Thursday, July 24, 2014

Review: Just Natural Organic Skin and Hair Care Products

**Disclaimer:  This post has been compensated through a free product (s) or monetary payment.  Opinions are solely mine. All links are "no-follow" links.**

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Just Natural Organic Skin and Hair Care Products

The more nutritious your diet, the better your chances of staying well.  The same principle applies to your complexion. Feeding your skin in the same fashion as you do your body with natural organic ingredients to nourish it instead of a chemical cocktail can help a complexion thrive as well since you are giving it the elements it needs to stay healthy.

Just Natural Organic Products has the same philosophy in the pure products that they produce with no GMO’s, parabens, or sulfates.  Everything is made fresh in small batches here in the United States.  The company sent me several of their skin and hair care to see what I thought.  

The Anti-Aging Day Facial Cream ($49.99) was the first product I experimented with.  This is a wonderful, lightweight anti-aging moisturizer that includes sea buckthorn, rosehip oil, borage, camellia seed oils, as well as aloe vera to intensely moisturize and rejuvenate skin.  I used this regularly in the mornings after I washed to start my day. 

This day cream felt comfortable, didn’t make me greasy, and allowed my skin to breathe instead of weighing it down with heavier, pore-clogging ingredients.  It gave me a petal soft complexion and did seem to lessen some finer creases over time.  

The second product that I want to tell you about is their Anti-Aging Renewal Serum ($37.99), which is packed with beneficial natural anti-oxidants and other soothing, restorative oils from ingredients such as jojoba, sea buckthorn, macadamia oil, hazelnut oil, squalene, and carrot oil.  


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Just Natural Anti-Aging Renewal Serum

Immediately, I did notice my complexion took on more of a peachy, healthier color after I started applying two drops after cleansing each night for nearly three weeks now.  I liked that this oil did not sit on top of the skin, but absorbed somewhat as it went to work.  This concentrated serum left my skin extremely soft and wonderfully hydrated.  The best part was how it kept brightening my skin tone.  

I also received a bar of their handmade Paradise Soap ($11.99).  This lathers up beautifully with somewhat of a citrus scent and gently replenishes skin with plant oils and butters like macadamia and coconut oils, tacuma butter and guava leaf extract for its healing benefits. You might even want to skip following up with your body lotion after bathing with this soap. 

To see how their hair line worked, I requested their Extreme Dry Hair Shea Butter ($28.99). This product is rich in nuts butters and plant oils to rectify suffering hair and bring it back to life.  With my medium length of hair, I only needed to use a small amount (nickle size) of this leave in conditioner.  After I styled, I was greeted to hair that was softer, shinier, and more manageable without bogging my hair down.

I really liked this sampling of organic products for the beauty it brought out in my skin and hair.  In fact, I was so taken with these that I plan on trying more in the future.

Anyone looking for a more holistic, natural approach to skin and hair care should visit Just Natural Skin and Hair Care Products and try some, too!  

*Disclaimer: Free products were provided to facilitate this review--not my opinion.*

2 comments:

Emily Dougherty said...

I love your reviews! they are so thorough and I love reading about natural products!

Do you have a review of Vain Pursuits? I'd love to read what you have to say... my girlfriends are all talking about it.

Mary B. (Nuts4Stuff) said...

Hi Emily,

Thank you so much. I do try to relate my experience and product information to the best of my ability.

I never heard of Vain Pursuits but now you got me curious. I will definitely look into it.