What I am using now…

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I’ve crossed over into the dark side…or the light side depending on your view.

 I’ve crossed into natural, non-toxic territory and I don’t know if I can go back. Makes sense, though doesn’t it? Don’t use harsh ingredients on your hair, especially if you have color treated tresses- or else the color will be stripped and your hair will dry out. I’m sure the jason1-1505893percentage of detergents used varies from company to company but for now, I’m  liking the non-toxic, more natural products like this Kiwi Apricot conditioner from JASON Naturals.

My thirsty hair absorbs this conditioner and leaves it soft but not weighed down. It smells good although the scent isnt the big draw. This particular product is from their Natural Salon Care line which offers products for Smoothing, Strengthening, Color Treated etc. The Kiwi Apricot is for Volumizing. I think I’d like to try one of everything here! 

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No more harsh soaps to leave my skin dry. I currently use this every day, Nature’s Gate  Aloe Vera Body Wash.  It smells amazing, reminds me more of a candy than of an aloe plant.

It does an A+ job of cleaning and also gives moisture to the skin. This product contains, Shea Butter, Almond Oil, Soybean Oil, Apricot Kernel Oil, Vegetable Glycerin, Vitamin E all used for  hydrating.  There are some ingredients that I don’t recognize but many I do, which is  a good thing.  Know what you are putting in and on your body!

Downstairs in my kitchen, I have the Pomegranate Sunflower Velvet Moisture Liquid Soap. I don’t know why but if I have a nice bottle of liquid soap, my kids will wash their hands more frequently!  This is made with Pomegranate, Acai and White Tea plus other moisturizing ingredients.

And last, although I’ve reviewed Aubrey Organics before, I have to mention, yet again, the Natural Herbal Facial Cleanser. I adore this product – it cleanses well and using this is like having your own little aroma therapy session. The menthol-rosemary-sage scent has me hooked!

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