Plant Apothecary Start Happy Bodywash
Just finished up a mini of plant apothecary start happy body wash. It always leaves my skin feeling... happy! It’s a very nice, simply, straight to the point body wash. Foams up very well, doesn’t dry out the skin and smells very nice and fresh. This mini lasted me around 3 weeks; you don’t need to use a lot to get foam. This is definitely something I’d repurchase in the future, just because of how good and straight to the point it is. PLANT APOTHECARY - Start Happy Body Wash
Jan. 23, 2020
Give me the Charcoal Soap
I literally LOVE me some @pachasoaps!! You know when you get something from them.... that it’s going to smell Amazing!!! Now they have turned some of our favorite bar soaps into premium hand wash soaps!!! My favorite HAS to be the Clarifying Charcoal. Not only is the bar soap so pretty to look at ... it smells fabulous! The activated charcoal powder gently cleanses both the face and body. I love that they are all vegan and gluten free products. Cleanse your hands without any harsh chemicals and is made with saponified vegetable oils. Pacha Soaps not only package their products in recyclable bottles... your pacha purchase goes to support clean water initiatives, hygiene education and small business opportunities worldwide!! Plus this huge hand wash is ONLY $9 and the bar soap is only $4 PACHA SOAP CO - Clarifying Charcoal Premium Hand Wash
PACHA SOAP CO-Clarifying Charcoal Premium Hand Wash
My favorite body wash!
🖤🌿 One of my favorite products I’ve discovered this year is their body washes. The all-natural body washes have a beautiful gel texture that lathers well on the skin. They have many different scents but BE WELL (pictured above) version has a blend of eucalyptus and bergamot organic oils. I have eczema so I appreciate the gentle formula. This has become a staple product in my bathroom.
PLANT APOTHECARY-Be Well Organic Body Wash
Relaxing night shower!
I loved every bit of this body wash. Small amount goes a long way. It has a nice ginger scent to it which is not over powering. The scent did a really good job at taking away all the stress at the end of the day and helped in getting that immediate relaxed feeling. O would definitely repurchase this product. This bottle lasted with over 3 months and I guess that is money well spent. It comes in two sizes. There is a smaller size which costs $7 and the bigger one (this one) cost $18. The best part is it is cruelty free, gulten free and vegan. Also certified organic. PLANT APOTHECARY - Calm Down Body Wash
PLANT APOTHECARY-Calm Down Body Wash
sleepy new formula!
sleepy shower gel smells so amazing like lavender and has a beautiful purple gradient color to it, lush body washes lather so well and last forever i have about 6 and don’t need anymore for probably 2 years!!! so good to use before bed so soothing smells so calming LUSH - Sleepy Shower Gel
LUSH-Sleepy Shower Gel
Intoxicating Beauty Bath Product
INTOXICATING BEAUTY - Body Rinse on the Rocks Intoxicating beauty products are inspired by wine, beer, vodka & sake! I love the fun packaging! I have dry skin on my arm and chest area that oil infused bath products come in handy especially during winter. Body Rinse On The Rock is a Hand and Body Wash😂 How amazing is that. It does smell a little bit like cocktail but they call it “Lime Vodka Tonic fragrance” I believe it’s a bit sweeter scent than it sounds. The formula uses organic vodka & blend of nourishing oils. I love that all of their products are made from natural and organic ingredients, free of harmful toxins, parabens, and phthalates and made with natural fragrances (no synthetic fragrances). I really liked using this I highly recommend this to anyone even for a fun gift!
INTOXICATING BEAUTY-Body Rinse on the Rocks
Awake with EO grapefruit & mint shower gel. 🚿 One thing I discovered though is that my skin can no longer handle too much essential oils in a product. So I can only use this once a day to avoid breaking out in rashes. 😕
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