Wednesday, July 30, 2014

Unboxing & Review: Petit Vour "Set Sail" July 2014

I love that there are so many more subscription boxes available in Canada now. What I love even more, is that Petit Vour is a vegan and cruelty free subscription box that has a great selection of beauty products. For *July's box, they teamed up with vegan beauty Tashina from Logical Harmony. Seeing as I'm a huge fan of hers, I was super excited to see what products she chose for the box.

Petit Vour believes that... 
"Beauty is bold. Beauty is kind. Beauty is self-expression and emotion, inner glow then outer glow. We strive to enhance these elements for you and help make it easier in maintaining a compassionate lifestyle. Every aspect of our beauty box is thought out and constructed to provide you with the highest standards. To us, that means no animal testing, animal products, parabens, phthalates, formaldehyde, sulfates, and so much more."
Can I just say how much I love the pink box? Anyone else?

LVX 5 Free Nail Polish in Lolli (full size) - This is a beautiful pale pastel pink that I feel would work year round on any skin tone. While my hands don't normally have polish, because of work, I will definitely be trying Lolli on my toes!
Retails for $16.

Modern Minerals Mineral Eye Shadow in Cherish (full size) - This is a beautiful neutral brownish/pinky/gold (rose gold-ish?) shade that would look amazing in the crease or brushed all over the lid. I look forward to playing with it and seeing what sorta of looks I can come up with.
Retails for $12.50.

Schmidt's Lavender Sage Deodorant (sample size) - This is the only product that I've tried before this box. I'm a big fan of Schmidt's, despite the fact that the baking soda irritates my underarms. They have beautiful scents, lavender sage being a personal fave, and it really does work at keeping stink at bay.
Full size retails for $9. 

Pelle Beauty Face Oil (sample size) - Woot woot for including a Canadian brand! I actually haven't heard much about or tried Pelle Beauty before but I'm excited to. Especially since we're in the same city, we're practically neighbours. I love this this face oil doesn't contain any argan oil (which irritates my skin) and is instead filled with other beautiful oils like rice bran and meadowfoam.
Full size(s) retails for $29 - $68.

I'm extremely impressed with Petit Vour and think that they're only going to get better. I love that they include a combination of full and sample sized skin care and makeup, you get a little bit of everything. This box is still available and they do ship within the USA ($15), to Canada ($23), and Internationally ($30). To find out more about the Founder, box, or to subscribe, visit Petit Vour.

Have you tried Petit Vour before or are you planning to?

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*Box provided for review consideration. All opinions are entirely my own.

Trash Talk July 2014 (Empties)

Another month has passed us by, and I'm thrilled to be killing my stash. August will likely be all skin care and the last of these huge empties posts. As I've mentioned before, I plan on taking the minimalist approach to my skin, body, and hair care routines. Especially with the colder months coming, less is more for my skin.

Grab a drink and snack, and let's get started! 

*New Leaf Naturals Chai to Relax Hand Soap - review here - I really did enjoy this hand soap, despite the scent not being as strong as I normally like, and it worked really well for cleaning makeup and dirt off of my hands. Sadly, castile soap bases irritate my hands.

*Pure+Simple Organic Hair Oil - I've had this hair oil for a very long time and never reviewed it because they've discontinued it. It had a unique scent, that I can't even described, but worked well to condition my scalp and hair.

Deep Steep Body Mist in Honeydew Spearmint - Maaaaan, this is my favourite Deep Steep scent. So refreshing! This body mist was lovely as a refresher, especially when I worked long days and felt stinky. The scent wasn't overpowering and didn't linger for long (sadly) but filled its purpose. I have already repurchased.

Deep Steep Body Wash in Honeydew Spearmint - review here - Love, love, love! The scent was perfect, the foaming action was great, and my skin always felt soft after using it. My boyfriend used up most of this bottle (Thanks Chris) and so I didn't get to enjoy it for as long as I had hoped. Iherb was out of this scent, so I picked up Chamomile Lavender and will say that I'm not loving the scent as much as this one.

*New Leaf Naturals Stink Stopper - review here - Fantastic deodorant! It never irritated my pits and kept me stink free almost all day. I wasn't a fan of the scent and didn't like that it turned white close a bit green (even though it washed off). If there were more scents available and shipping wasn't insane to Canada, I'd 100% pick up another one.

*Organic Bath Co. Stress Less Body Scrub - review here - Nothing has changed from my initial review. It exfoliated really well and left my skin soft without feeling greasy. The scent grew on me, but it wasn't my favouritet. I'm currently using Zesty Mornings...swoon.

*Hush & Dotti Original Cleansing Balm (sample) - I cannot get into cleansing balms. I struggled to use this up and while it was nice, it's just not my thing. I also found the essential oils a little much for my sensitive skin. Will not be picking up the full size.

*Blissoma Mild Rice Facial Cleanser - review here - I thoroughly enjoyed this cleanser. It was actually used on my face and shoulders to keep acne at bay, worked well! The scent wasn't my favourite though and I'm not sure this would work as well for me in the colder months. May repurchase next summer.

*evie Lovingly Pure Toning Rose Water - review here - Loved this soooo much! The smell was beautiful, it hydrated my skin well, set my makeup, and refreshed my skin mid-day. This beautiful bottle comes with a $50 price tag and I'm still debating on whether to splurge.

*Thayers Cucumber Witch Hazel - review here - I forgot how long a bottle of Thayers lasts, geez. This was a long time favourite of mine, until I started branching out a bit. The ingredients, size, and price are all right. I really liked using this to mix up clay masks, but can't see myself repurchasing as I've found other toners I love even more.

*Wedderspoon 100% Manuka Honey - This is one item that I can't live without, I actually have a tablespoon left that I scooped into a smaller container. Works well as mask (alone) or mixed with clay. It reduces redness, softens my skin, and kills breakouts. Will definitely be repurchasing.

Living Libations HealthyGums Clay Toothpaste - review here - This toothpaste worked just as well as the one I originally reviewed (Neem Enamelizer) but tasted a billion times better. Living Libations has their toothpaste perfected. They have worked so well for my teeth and gums, and I can't even believe the positive changes that I have seen. I've since picked up the Frankincense Fresh Truth ToothPaste and have been enjoying it.

Zoe Organics Everything Balm - I picked this up to see how it would compare to my beloved NBW Healing Balm and it doesn't even come close. Don't get me wrong, the packaging is super cute, application is easy, and ingredients are incredible but it doesn't work as well for me and my skin issues. Will not be repurchasing.

*The Mystic Masala Spicebodhi Kapha Body Oil - review here - While I never got used to the scent, this was a lovely body oil. I enjoyed using it on my legs and sore lower back. Will not repurchase.

*One Love Organics Gardenia Body Serum (sample) - The scent of this body oil was to die for, so damn good! It moisturized my skin beautifully and never left me feeling greasy. My only issue was that the scent didn't last longer. For that reason, I will not be purchasing the full size.

Physicians Formula Organic Wear CC Mascara - As with most of PF mascaras, this one smudged within minutes of applying. At work, I'd have to constantly check my eyes to ensure I didn't look like I had slept with makeup on and just rolled outta bed. The wand is similar to their others, large with short synthetic bristles, however, it's curved. The curve makes for easier application and the outcome was long, thick lashes. Of all the PF Organic Wear mascaras, FakeOut remains my fave.

*Graydon SPF 30 Sun Cream - review here - So much sadness going on, the pump on this amazing sunscreen stopped working (for the second time) and refused to pump out what's left :(. Still, this remains one of my favourite sunscreens. I loved how it could be used on face and body, didn't leave a white cast, moisturized, and blended with ease. It was a little gritty, but that disappeared the more it was blended in. Will be picking up a jumbo bottle for my next vacation. 

Update (Aug. 3) - I did contact Graydon before doing this post and she was kind enough to offer a replacement, without hesitation, and her apologies. Really though, it's not her fault and that's why I didn't want to accept a replacement bottle. I was able to pop the top and scoop out the remaining sun cream into a little container. No waste!

Told ya it was a long one. Guess that's just expected of me now, eh? haha. What have you finished up this month? See any faves in my empties?
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Tuesday, July 29, 2014

New Obsession: Goodness Me! Natural Food Market

Move over Whole Foods, there's a new and even better big boy in town! I'll be the first to admit that I'm a bit of a health/natural food market snob. My criteria is as follows: clean, friendly and helpful staff, wide selection of products, fresh and organic local produce, and reasonable prices. Goodness Me! has that all covered and I'm thrilled that they've opened up a brand new location near me.
How it all began....
Over forty years ago, Scott Jacks was diagnosed with type 1 diabetes. His father had suffered the same disease, as did many of Scott’s family members, and when Scott was diagnosed, Janet made the decision to change the path of his condition. Recognizing that her five children were more likely to develop diabetes because of their genetics, and wanting to provide her husband with the best life and health possible, Janet began researching how to deal with and prevent diabetes. All her research pointed her in one direction: natural foods and nutrition as the key to healthy living. A fiery passion was born in Janet, and in 1981, Janet and Scott opened to the doors to the first Goodness Me! Natural Food Market in Hamilton, Ontario. 
Back then, Janet was the only employee in that first small store. She baked, ordered, priced, ran cash, and talked to and educated customers, all the while raising her young family and expanding her knowledge base on how to naturally treat diabetes and other health conditions. Goodness Me! was one of the first and only resources for people to access nutritional foods and supplements, and perhaps more importantly, information and education about health and nutrition. It was a much needed addition to the community, and Janet thrived on reaching out to and helping people of all walks of life. 
Today, Goodness Me! has grown to five locations, hundreds of knowledgeable and friendly staff, and thousands of beneficial natural and organic products. Janet’s passion for education has lived on, creating a dedication to education for all of our customers. We have remained strong due to Janet’s commitment to bringing people together, motivating them to take the steps necessary to achieve their optimal health, and helping them along the way. We understand our role and responsibility in protecting and promoting health and nutrition, and we take it very seriously. 
At Goodness Me!, our goal is, and always has been, to empower you to be as healthy as you’d like to be, and to help you get there. What will your success story be?
Not only is their story motivating, but so is their mission and commitment to healthy living and eating.
Janet Jacks
Scott & Janet outside of their very first store in Hamilton, Ontario (Canada)
There are currently 6 Goodness Me! locations; Hamilton Mountain, West Hamilton, Burlington, Waterdown, Brantford, and (my favourite) Mississauga. They will be opening up other locations towards the end of 2014 and beginning of 2015 in Guelph, Waterloo, and Barrie. Hang on folks, they're coming!! 
Now, shall we get on to the virtual tour of Goodness Me! Mississauga??

Entrance. Need I say more? haha. I love their logo. Not sure why I'm so drawn to it, but I am.

The second you walk in, you're greeted by a friendly staff member (or two) and this juice bar!! What?! I love me a good juice bar, although, I'm sad to admit that I haven't tried anything from it yet. Usually when I go in, it's either super busy, I'm in a rush, or just not in the mood. Behind the juice bar is an incredible variety of reasonably priced fresh and ORGANIC produce. My parents aren't big into the organic thing, but even they were impressed by the produce department. Actually, they were impressed by the entire store!

As with any grocery store, there are aisles and aisles of every thing you could possibly need. Here we have the freezers, jam packed with all sorts of goodness like frozen fruits and veggies, prepared frozen foods, breads, ice cream, etc.

This is my second favourite part of the store, produce is first, The Eatery! I cannot even tell you how delicious their hot foods and baked goods are. Their hot food selection is great and contains several meat, vegetarian, and gluten free options. Try the mac and cheese, you won't be disappointed. While I'm not a vegan and this isn't a vegan store, I'd love to see more delicious vegan options in the hot section. On that note, they do have an extremely impressive salad bar. The ingredients are fresh, vibrant, and delicious. Scroll down, you'll see what I mean.
Also, there`s a classroom in this area where they offer a variety of classes from cooking to just learning how to treat certain issues like ezcema. You can find out more about each class and where they`re offered by clicking here.

See? beautiful!

The baked goods on this table are my absolutely favourite! I've tried a few of the muffins and cookies here. What? I have a problem, I know. Most of these are vegan, with the exception of one or two, and the red paper on the muffins indicates that it's gluten free. My only wish is that there were full ingredients listed for those with severe allergies or diet restrictions. You can ask any of the staff to help you figure out if there's something in it that you can't eat, however, that's a bit inconvenient for both the customer and staff. It would be much quicker and easier to just have them listed. Just sayin! You should definitely try the chocolate chip oatmeal cookie, chocolate almond muffin, and chocolate zucchini muffin though. To. Die. For.

This is the end of our tour. You get cashed out by a friendly face and begin planning your next shopping adventure at Goodness Me! Natural Food Market.

UPDATE: I got so excited about their fresh produce and delicious food that I forgot to mention their beauty section. Their beauty section is packed full of skin, body, hair care, and makeup. Many of the brands I'm familiar with, but they do have some that I've never heard of before and some of which I haven't been able to get at a health food store near me (like Ecco Bella and Zuii). I love the selection of brands, both local and abroad, and the competitive pricing. Will likely be trying out some new goodies from there as soon as I use up more of my stash. Of course I already have my eye on a few things :).

Let me know if you`ve ever visited a Goodness Me! (or would like to) and what you loved most (or think you`d love most) about it.
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*I genuinely love this store. I wasn`t compensated or given anything to write up this post.

Monday, July 21, 2014

Brand Focus: New Leaf Naturals

A few months ago, I was contacted by the super sweet Shawna who owns New Leaf Naturals. They are a USA based small business that hand makes (in small batches) all natural, tea inspired bath and body products. In love with the extensive range of products and the sound of the scents, I happily offered to provide some feedback.

Shawna was kind enough to send me a full sized *Chai to Relax Foaming Hand Soap, samples of *A Hint of Mint, *Chamomile Lemongrass, and *Lovely Lavender Foaming Hand Soap, *Stink Stopper Natural Deodorant, and three lip balms; *Honeyed Grapefruit, *Peppermint Stick, and *Lime in the Coconut.

Foaming Hand Soap: After long hours deliberating with our legal, marketing, and communications teams, we have gained a consensus on the following description of our foaming hand soaps: they are soaps, and they foam. Ok, that's not entirely true...we don't have a legal team, and I am the marketing and communications team. In truth, our soaps are handmade in small batches with the highest quality ingredients we can find so that they are tough on dirt and germs, but gentle on your skin.  

Available in: Chai to Relax, A Hint of Mint, Lovely Lavender, Chamomile Lemongrass, and Orange You Glad. Retails for $7 USD for 8.75 oz. Click here to view ingredients.

ha! Soaps that foam, there ya have it folks! Love their wit. These soaps are lovely for getting off dirt or, in my case, makeup. Since castile soap tends to irritate and dry out my skin with continued use, I only use these when my hands need a deep clean. While all four scents are nice, my favourite has to be A Hint of Mint. I've been digging the minty scents lately, they're so refreshing. In terms of fragrance, they're all lightly scented and don't linger. Personally, if something smells nice, I like it to linger a bit. While that's a downfall for me, I know that there are many who would appreciate the faint/light fragrance of each of these.

Stink Stopper All Natural Deodorant: A natural deodorant that works! Tamanu and Coconut oils lend their anti-microbial, anti-bacterial, and anti-fungal properties to a skin pampering body butter base. Add in some bakng soda and tea tree and lavender essential oils, and you have an all natural deodorant with some serious stink stopping power.  

Retails for $7 USD for 1 oz. Click here to view ingredients.

This is the very first baking soda containing deodorant that actually works, for me, without irritating my pits! It's always creamy, no stirring required, and applies easily under the arms. The texture is actually whipped, like a whipped mousse or something. Ready for it? I'm not a huge fan of the scent. It smells like cilantro, which I know one of my good pals just loves. I got used to it for sure, I just wish there were more scents available. On really hot days, this deo did need at least one reapplication. For the most part though, it stands up to stink well! Another thing to note, it has a light green colour to it (thanks tamanu) which can transfer (a bit) on white clothing. So when I wear white, and sweat, it turns the under arm part a little green. Luckily, it washes out but I thought I'd let you all know. This is my absolute favourite product of all the ones sent to me by New Leaf Naturals and one to check out!

Lip Balms: Winter's cold, dry air taking its toll on your lips? Our natural lip balms, made from beeswax and mango butter, will help to heal and protect them. Keep those lips healthy, soft, and kissable!  

Available in: Honeyed Grapefruit, Peppermint Stick, Lime in the Coconut, Chai to Relax, Orange Smoothie, and Chocolate Covered Orange. Retails for $3 USD. Click here to view ingredients.

I have really mixed feelings about these lip balms. The texture and formula is spot on; smooth and creamy. It's, once again, the scents that don't do it for me. All three smell exactly like you think they would but, the scents have changed over the last couple of months. Peppermint Stick smells stale (might be the vanilla), Lime the Coconut smells like nothing, and Honeyed Grapefruit smells like a very faint sweet grapefruit/orange. All of the balms were never strong in scent to begin with, but they shouldn't have changed. So while I enjoy the formulas, the scents need work.

My American friends can purchase New Leaf Naturals directly from their website. Anyone outside of the USA can contact Shawna for an estimate on how much shipping will cost.

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*Products provided for review consideration. All opinions are my own.

Friday, July 11, 2014

June 2014 Empties!

This post should have been up last week but, it's never too late to talk about trash. Right? I haven't really been buying new products or accepting PR samples, I'm just working on my stash in hopes of simplifying my entire routine.

Lulu Organics Hair Powder in  Lavender + Clary Sage (sample) - I really enjoyed the scent of this hair powder and it worked nicely at refreshing my greasy hair, however, straight up arrowroot powder works even better for me.

Tata Harper Regenerating Cleanser (sample) - This cleanser didn't wow me like I had expected it to. It had exfoliating bits and left my skin soft but, it also left it really red.

100% Pure Burdock & Neem Healthy Scalp Shampoo (sample) - There's something about the 100% Pure hair care range that just doesn't work for me. This left my hair clean but my scalp irritated.

*SBT Seabuckthorn Juice Bar - I used this as a hand soap and while it was nice, I prefer something with a scent (like lavender). I also didn't like that it contained canola oil.

Province Apothecary Regenerating + Stimulating Exfoliator (sample) - This stuff was seriously exfoliating! It didn't irritate my skin at all, just left it super soft and bright. I may need to pick up the full size at some point.

*Mont Echo Sea Buckthorn Cleansing Cream - review here - I forgot how much I liked this cleanser. It left my skin so clean, soft, bright, and even toned. Mont Echo actually sent me this bottle because they've changed their packaging! It went from a jar, to this lovely airless pump. If you do try this cleanser, note that you need to pump it a million times before any product comes out. I actually thought it was broken at first. Will repurchase at some point.

*Consonant The Perfect Sunscreen - review here - So sad to have finished this bottle :(. It really is the perfect sunscreen. It left absolutely no white cast and created the perfect base for makeup. I find it works best for my skin in the warmer months though, is that weird? I do have a couple of sunscreens to use up but this one will be on my repurchase list!

Andalou Naturals Illuminating Toner - review here - I've talked about my love for this toner many, many times. I've already repurchased.

Pretty Ginger & Cypress Mud Mask - review here - This is another long time favourite and staple in my routine, I've already repurchased.

Weleda Calendula Face Cream - review here - Yes another favourite and staple in my routine. I love this for the ezcema/dermatitis on my hands, as well as my face. I'm currently trying out some other hand and face creams, however, it's very likely that I will be repurchasing in the near future.

OM Organic Matter Shampoo (Damage Level 1) - review here - I can't be without this shampoo! It works so well for my hair and scalp. Already repurchased.

On a Branch Soaps in Tea Girl - review here - I love the On a Branch Soap soap range and while this one was lovely to use, I had mixed feelings on the scent. Sometimes I smelled the lavender, other times it smelled a little weird. I won't be repurchasing this particular scent.

*nyl Whipped Hand & Body Lotion - review here - Another sad empty. This lotion was super hydrating and left my skin incredibly soft. Will be repurchasing at some point.

*Dr. Sponge Original Body Sponge - review here - Sorry, I can't get into these sponges.

Origins Planscriptions Concealer - This concealer has been sitting around for a long time and I almost never reach for it. It's not the worst, in terms of ingredients, but it's also not the best. Tossing it out and will not be repurchasing.
Pure Anada Mascara in Black - review here - I believe this was my third tube of Pure Anada mascara and I can now officially say that it really irritated my eyes. I stand by my initial review of how well it holds up in heat, doesn't smudge, budge, smear, melt, flake, etc. If it didn't burn my eyes, it would be my holy grail forever. Sadly, I've had to move on.
Alima Pure Blush in Freja (sample) - Loved this beautiful blush! It was a gorgeous shimmery (not glittery) pink blush that I think would suit most skin tones. May purchase the full size.
That's it! Hope you enjoyed my trash :).
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Brand Focus: evie

Wow, this is the first time that I've sat down at my computer since my last post. THAT'S how busy life has been. What better way to return to the blogging world than with a review of a beautiful skin care line? 

Back in April, I was contacted by Green & Pure Organic Beauty. They're a boutique that specializes in natural and organic personal care products and not only are they an online retailer but, they also have a store in Richmond, BC. They kindly offered me the opportunity to try out a gorgeous skin care line called evie.  
Passion – the passion for life fuelled by positive energy – is the reason for evie’s existence. 
evie has been founded to help people enhance their well being and return to nature through amazingly effective personal care products that are beautiful – and make people beautiful – from the inside out. evie Personal Care products are thoughtfully formulated with certified organic essential oils and premium inorganic ingredients to deliver lasting positive results, giving your skin and hair a radiant glow while making you feel absolutely revitalised within. 
We give our best to each one of our customers because we know you deserve that, and nothing less. We understand you are pursuing your ideal lifestyles, and here we are, to play a positive role in your quest with our amazingly effective products and our passion for brighter and better living. 
‘e’ for energy, ‘vie’ for life – positive energy in life. The name says it all.
Read more about evie here.

They were very generous in sending me the *Bare Basics Kit which includes the *Amazingly Soothing Makeup Remover (180 ml), *Lovingly Pure Toning Rose Water (120 ml), and *Miracle Oil (12ml). This entire kit retails for $139.95 CAN and below I will price out each individual item.

Can we just discuss the packaging first though? I'm obsessed with the embossed detail and overall look of the boxes. So pretty!

*Amazingly Soothing Makeup Remover: A concoction of natural Jojoba, Grapeseed and Sweet Almond oil, combined with certified organic essential oils from Bulgaria, England, Italy and France. This silky smooth formula soothes the mind while it gently and thoroughly removes all traces of makeup, leaving your skin bright, soft and supple. Retails for $49.95 CAN for 180 ml.

What a gorgeous cleansing oil! I love the sturdy plastic bottle because it's light enough to travel with and won't break if you drop it in your shower. The scent isn't too strong and definitely doesn't linger, perfect for someone like me who isn't the biggest fan of rose. One pump of this luxurious oil, on dry skin, is all you need to melt the day away. Makeup doesn't even stand a chance. Seriously. Once I've worked it all over my face, I add a bit of water to transform it into a milky consistency and then just rinse it off. My skin is left well cleansed and soft without any greasy/oily residue. A total winner!

*Lovingly Pure Toning Rose Water: This all-natural toning rose water is the fruit of essential oil extracted from organic Bulgarian Damask rose. The highly concentrated toner provides moisturizing, anti-bacterial, oil-balancing and regenerative benefits, leaving your skin with a radiant glow while enhancing the effectiveness of moisturizers. This can also be used as a makeup setting spray. Retails for $45.95 CAN for 120 ml.

My favourite of the three! As someone who doesn't like rose scents, there's something about this rose water that just intoxicates me with each spray. It smells like a fresh bouquet of roses and while I'm very happy that the scent doesn't linger (because it would be a bit much for me), I still enjoy it while it lasts. I love using this as a toner after cleansing, mid-day refresher, and makeup setter. I feel like it has softened, calmed, and brightened my skin. Until now, I never thought there was a difference between rose waters, and maybe there isn't, but I feel like one has worked the best for my skin. It comes in a rather heavy, but strong, glass bottle with a spray cap that mists perfectly. Love. I'm in love with this toner.

*Miracle Oil: Combining the benefits of Rose Otto and Rose Hip with Vitamin E, this luxurious, all-natural, facial oil will moisturize your skin and repair the signs of aging. Your skin will be remarkably brighter, smoother and firmer. Retails for $69.95 for 12 ml.

Since high amounts of rosehip irritates my skin, this little bottle was given away in my Blog Birthday Giveaway. It does seem a bit overpriced, but maybe it works like no other rosehip has worked before? Hopefully the winner will provide us with some feedback once she's tried it.
evie can be purchased through Green & Pure Organic Beauty. Since Green & Pure only ships within Canada, you can visit evie for a list of other retailers and even contact them to find a retailer closest to you.
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*Products provided for review consideration. All opinions are my own.
Amazingly Soothing Makeup Remover Ingredients: Prunus amygdalis var. dulcis (Sweet Almond Oil), Vitis vinifera (Grapeseed Oil), Simmondsia sinensis (Jojoba Oil), Sorbeth-30 Tetraoleate, Cetearyl Glucoside, Sorbitan Olivate, Glyceryl Oleate, Polyglycery-3-Polyricinoleate, Olea Europaea (Olive) Oil Unsaponifiables, Tocopherol (Vitamin E), Lavandula angustifolia* (Lavender), Pelargonium graveolens* (Geranium), Cedrus atlantica* (Cedarwood Altas), Citrus bergamia* (Bergamot), Cananga odorata* (Ylang Ylang), Matricaria chamomilla (Chamomile German Blue), Rosa damascene (Rose Otto)
*Certified organic

Lovingly Pure Toning Rose Water Ingredients: 100% Rose Hydrosol*
* Certified organic

Miracle Oil: Rosa canina* (Rose hip oil), Rosa damascena (Rose Otto), Natural Vitamin E
*Certified organic
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