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Skincare Review, Ingredients: Nourish Organic Skin Calm, Cool, Boost Essential Oil Treatment

Weeks ago, I attended an event by Nourish Organic, their tagline is: Food for healthy skin! I was not familiar with the brand, so I was intrigued to try the products. I adored the packaging of the products and the fact that they all had an aromatherapy mystique to them.

The company is the world’s first USDA certified organic beauty and bath collection. They firmly believe that everything that you put on your skin is consumed into your body. According to recent research, studies show that there are dangerous chemicals in a lot of beauty brands, which can prove detrimental to your health.  Nourish Organic uses all nutrient-rich USDA certified organic fruits, vegetables, and plant extracts.

The 3 new products that were introduced were Nourish Organic Skin Calm, Skin Cool & Skin Boost, $24.99 each.  They are all cream to oil treatments, cruelty-free, gluten-free, and vegan.

Rob Robillard, CEO of the company, gave a brief presentation showing a better perspective on how what you put on your body affects your overall well-being. He said, “80% of cosmetic ingredients have never been tested for safety. Your skin absorbs 64% of material from topical products and it takes 26 seconds for the ingredients in a personal care product to absorb into the bloodstream.” This really made me appreciate Nourish Organic and what they have done to change the industry, by giving the consumer a better, healthier product.

Skin Calm with chamomile, ylang ylang & patchouli oil – this blend will provide skin relief from stress and reduce skin inflammation.

Skincare Review, Ingredients: Nourish Organic Skin Calm, Cool, Boost Essential Oil Treatment

 

Skin Cool with peppermint and wintergreen -this blend promotes relaxation and reduces pain while providing a cool and soothing effect on the skin.

Skincare Review, Ingredients: Nourish Organic Skin Calm, Cool, Boost Essential Oil Treatment

Skin Boost with lemon and cassia – this blend reduces stress and enhances positive emotion; strengthens the body’s defenses.

Skincare Review, Ingredients: Nourish Organic Skin Calm, Cool, Boost Essential Oil Treatment

 

The products smelled great and natural. The cream to oil formula took a little getting used to, but I am now hooked and it made my skin look and feel better in a matter of days. I would definitely recommend trying their product line because natural products will make your skin feel and look better.

You can buy the products at Natural Health food stores, Whole Foods, CVS, & Target or on-line at  http://nourishorganic.com.

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