We have almost passed the first week of December and slowly moving towards the holiday season. I have been researching for quite some time what to post on a Christmas/holiday gift guide and after much consideration, I have picked 8 natural beauty products which can be easily given as Christmas gift. These products are affordable, unique and all made with good high-quality ingredients. You can use these for a relaxing pampering session for yourself or in a gift basket for a fellow natural skin-care lover.
8 Natural Beauty Products:
The products I have chosen are as follows:
- Honest Sea Salt & Sugar Body Scrub
- Green Goo Soap Bar
- Spongology’s Body Wash Infused Body Buffer
- Schmidt’s Natural Deodorant Stick
- Crystal Body Deodorant
- Belli Skincare Clearly Coconut Oil
- Green Goo Skin Repair
- W3ll people Universalist Multi-use Colorsticks
Honest Sea Salt & Sugar Body Scrub:
With the sweet smell of Vanilla and Lavender, this body scrub works pretty well. Unfortunately, I couldn’t find it online, but I found out how you can make the exact same thing at home.
Take 2 parts organic raw cane sugar or fine sugar, brown sugar, or sea salt (depending on the level of coarseness you like).
Add 1 part organic olive oil or coconut oil and a couple of drops of Vanilla and Lavender oil. Mix it well and store it in a closed lid jar in a cool place.
Green Goo Soap Bar:
The Green Goo Soap bars are Petroleum, Paraben Free and most of these are Gluten Free too. Those who are uncomfortable about using the harsh ingredients of soap products, you will be happy to know that these soaps are made of Organic Saponified Palm Oil, Organic Coconut Oil, Organic Olive Oil, Plant parts and Essential Oils. Find it online on Green Goo website.
Spongology’s Body Wash Infused Body Buffer:
Spongology’s Body Wash Infused Body Buffer is designed to exfoliate, massage and help stimulate circulation. Infused with a skin softening sulfate-free formula and organic extracts, this buffer will cleanse, tone and smooth the skin. The unique design is amazing for travel too! Get it online here.
Schmidt’s Natural Deodorant Stick:
Scented with essential oils, this natural deodorant stick is free of aluminum, propylene glycol, parabens & phthalates. It is certified vegan, cruelty-free, non-greasy, non-sticky, easily absorbed and you will only need a small amount. Get it online here.
Crystal Body Deodorant:
If you are not convinced by the above deodorant choice, I have something else for you. Crystal Body Salt Deodorant. This product is made from Potassium Alum (Natural Mineral Salts) that form an invisible layer of natural deodorant protection on the skin. It creates an unfriendly environment for odor-causing bacteria and prevents the bad odor.
To use the product, slightly moisten the top of the rock and apply generously to clean skin. For best results use daily and apply just after bathing or showering.
Belli Skincare Clearly Coconut Oil:
A coconut oil in spray form? Yes, please!
Belli BASICS Clearly Coconut Oil is made from 100% fractionated coconut oil and is ideal for any age- infants, tweens, teens, expecting moms, nursing moms, & beyond. The many uses of this oil are: Face Moisturizer, Body Moisturizer, Hair Anti-Frizz Moisturizer, Diaper Rash, Hypoallergenic moisture, Makeup Remover, Under makeup or over makeup.
Green Goo Skin Repair:
Another product from Green Goo is this Skin Repair Salve. This product is made with Aloe Vera and Vitamin E oils to nourish and improve your skin’s appearance. It helps to reduce inflammation due to minor burns and sun exposure. You can use it as a daily moisturizer or as a night eye cream to help relieve wrinkles, puffy eyes, and dark circles.
W3ll People Universalist Multi-use Colorsticks:
Last but not the least, I have these multi-use colorsticks from W3ll People for you.
These are satiny, smooth cream color sticks, free from artificial chemicals and ingredients. You can use it on your lips, cheeks, and eyes. The pigmentation is good and the product blends well with fingers or a brush.
I really hope you liked the product picks for today’s post. If you have found it useful, do share it with your friends and leave a comment!
Check out my previous post about essentials oils here.
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