Product Review: Made From Earth Products (Part:1)

I was given the opportunity to review several products from Made From Earth. Not only do they have 100% organic products for hair, they also have products for skin. I have to admit, I'm one of those people who will read the ingredients on every hair care bottle, but when it comes to skin and foods. Well, sadly I don't even glance at the ingredients. I decided to not only review their hair product, but also their skin care line. 

Lavender Calm Soap

Our Lavender Calm Soap contains relaxing essential oils and plant materials designed to soothe your skin and calm your senses. Lavender’s natural properties soften and cleanse, while providing aromatic wonders to lift you to a peaceful place. The calming properties of the lavender flower are recommended and gentle even for the most sensitive skin types. A must have for those seeking harmony and tranquility in the shower.
Ingredients: Saponified oils of Coconut, Lavender Essential Oil, Lavandin Essential Oil, Alkanet Root, Comfrey Root, and Rosemary Extract.

Blood Orange Soap

The moisture-rich Blood Orange Soap is designed to invigorate the skin with vibrant citrus groves aromas and light moisturizers to repair and leave skin soft. The Blood Orange Bar Soap contains an zesty scent with a hint of blood orange spice leaving the body clean and refreshed. Excellent for use while showering in the morning.

Ingredients: Saponified oils of Coconut, Blood Orange Essential Oil, Bergamot, Orange Essential Oil, Tangerine Essential Oil, Madder Root, and Rosemary Extract

Lemongrass Tea Soap

Contains essential fatty acids and antioxidants to prevent skin damage and cleanse your skin. This lemongrass soap is a citrus blast with an herbal tea undertone. The aroma is designed to sedating the nervous system for soothing headaches and aiding relaxation.

Ingredients: Saponified oils of safflower, sunflower, palm, and coconut (with retained glycerin), essential oils, rosemary leaf, annatto seed, rosemary extract.

Review: Fall is here and winter will soon follow, N's skin has changed over the past 2 years. She had regular, to kind of oily skin and was never ashy. But last winter, I noticed her knees and elbows were becoming dry. She started to apply cocoa butter to her skin after her bath. Then in the morning I would add some baby oil to those areas, to help her skin to not look dull & dry. This worked okay :/ So I knew we needed to step our skin care game up for this winter. She bathes with these soaps, and then I add some olive oil to her bath. This works sooo much better, than the cheap cocoa butter she normally used. Since these soaps contain oil, there was no need for me to add anything the next day.

Now, when it comes to shampoos and soaps, there is 1 thing I cannot stand!! and that is a product with no lather. Well ladies & gents, these have a really nice thick lather! Which is an A+ in my book, and they also have a "true" scent. Some products that contain lavender, lemon, or orange, either have a faint smell, or is too overpowering. All of these scents were great. My favorite soap would be the Lavender Calm Soap, the scent was perfect. I bathe my Son with this, and we all know what that scent does to the little ones. Yes, he was knocked out shortly after his bath. Normally organic stuff is a tad pricey, but these prices are great, ranging from only $4.99-$6.50. Now that's a deal!


Elena Cunningham | Tuesday, October 09, 2012

Ms Bree's skin has become very ashy too, specially around her knees and elbows. I had tried Triple Lanolin and Cocoa Butter but an hour later it looked like I had not applied anything to her skin. I will def. will try the Lavender Soap. Where do I find them? or is it an online product only?? Thanks for a great review!

Kandy | Tuesday, October 09, 2012

It is available online at http://www.madefromearth.com/content/soap-lavender-calm
and I hope it will stop the dryness on Ms Bree's skin.

Elena Cunningham | Wednesday, October 10, 2012

Thank you!!

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