Alba Botanicals

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The ingredients from Alba Botanical Rainforest have been sourced from the rain forest and are Rainforest Alliance Certified. I take that to mean the ingredients are natural and come directly from the rain forest. Nothing is being destroyed to make these products.  This an entire line is pure and rain forest friendly, utilizing fruits, nuts and oils. You couldn’t do a better job of making skincare, bath and body products unless you went to the rainforest yourself and mixed and blended nuts and fruits to make lotions and soaps right there under the Brazil nut trees.

I tried the Exfoliating scrub which, although is brown in color- not the prettiest to look at, is a great at sloughing off dead skin and leaving you feeling smooth, skin is noticeably smoother. The Andiroba Lotioncontains andiroba oil which  benefits cellular renewal, its ideal for everyone since the scent is not too fragrant and it does a good job of melting into the skin and hydrating. Andiroba Oil is rich in essential fatty acids and ‘has been known to heal wounds, kill bacteria and reduce pain’ so there are clear benefits to using these products!

I like learning  about the ingredients including acai, brazil nut, andiroba, tiger nut (a tropical grass), passion fruit oil and more.  I am loving natural products and highly recommend checking out Alba Botanicals.

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