Monday, October 17, 2016

Giving Soaps Holiday Gift Guide 2016

Given Soaps will only make products that they use themselves and if you place an order it remains open into you are completely satisfied. They ship the package and at zero cost to the environment and reusable boxes filled with mixed shredded paper and being naked soaps are wrapped in recycled tissue paper. The mission is to give you a product that allows you as a consumer to give to a worthwhile cause. The charities are thoroughly vetted online. I was recently sent some products to test out and I would like to share them with you Black Current Vanilla Lotion in a 2-ounce jar the scent is sweet but light, just like current tea with vanilla flavoring. This is homemade and vegan which goes on smooth and leaves a silky feel. Soap Sweater you use this to put your bar of soap in it well stay snug inside until the last little bit is gone. Just remember to hang it up to dry between showers. It is made with Ramie which is a gentler exfoliation. 

Headache Eraser Yes, these actually work! Seriously, just roll some into areas where you're experiencing pain (making sure to avoid the eye area). According to those who've reported back, a headache takes between 15-45 minutes to completely disappear. Cinnamon Almond Bar Soap the sweet almond scent with just a pinch of cinnamon easily puts one in mind of the winter holidays. A delicious blend of natural fragrance, orange, and cinnamon essential oils creates a light, pleasant scent in your shower. Lavender Bar Soap this is made with lavender essential oil, lavender 
buds & lavender powder. If you love the herbaceous, floral scent of lavender, this is your bar.
Bath Bombs Take Me Away Lavender 
My Opinion: I really love the smell of the black current vanilla lotion and it does go on my skin silky smooth. The cinnamon almond bar soap also smells yummy and is a scent that reminds you of the holidays so I can see why it sells a lot in November and in December. The lavender bar soap also smells good and does not leave a film when you wash with it.
Disclaimer: I received one or more of the products or services mentioned above for free in the hope that I would mention it on my blog. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission's 16 CFR, Part 255: "Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising.

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