Naturally

Wednesday, February 27, 2013




Since moving from Philly, I have not yet found an organic beauty store like the one located around the corner from my old apartment. It was filled to the brim with well-priced organic lotions, oils, creams, and make up. I have to be honest, I was never an organic beauty product user until I ventured into the store one late afternoon after a serious shopping bingeI decided to give one of their face creams a try + have loved organic beauty products since. 
The only problem is that I have been lazy with finding similar products here in Cleveland...


I was ecstatic when Charleston Naturally reached out and offered to send me a package of their products. The timing also could not have been better. Its winter + my skin is looking rough. My skin tends to be oily + will get shiny at the drop of a dime, so I have real trouble with day creams. If you have oily skin like me, you need to try Suki face balancing day lotion. It smells like a facial and is super lightweight which means no oily face. I have used this lotion for over a month in the dead of winter + I love it. I'm also in my 30's early 30's so I appreciate that this lotion has natural retinol to help boost skin cell turnover.

Rahua shampoo + conditioner is amazing. 
I'm always on the hunt for the best volumizing shampoo and is this is it.  It smells like what I think an amazon rainforest would smell like + it really works. I suggest getting the jet-setter kit so your hair can look just as voluminous while out of town. 

Thank you so much to Charleston Naturally for letting me try out their fabulous + effective products. I'm hooked.

Disclosure: I was generously gifted these products from Charleston Naturally. All opinions and photos are my own. 

1 comment :

Leslie said...

These look like wonderful cosmetic picks. I agree that staying natural as much as possible is the way to go. Lucky you to receive these lovely products!

xxleslie

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