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This lotion cannot be conveyed via words or its pricey payment. It is 100% amazing, that is for sure. It has healed my splits, cuts, burns, and acne.It keeps my skin feeling soft and healthy. It contains no oil so you don’t put oil smudges everywhere you touch. It soaks up really quickly and protects you during the day. I have tried eating it, but it does not taste very good.

Cons: If I use it on my face and then go to work and am hot and sweaty, my face will feel hot because the lotion is not letting my face sweat! It must clog the pores while it is on the face. Also, the original kind is very fragrant in fruitiness. Next time I get the lotion, I am going to get a scent like eucalyptus or lavender, or fragrance free.

It’s pretty expensive. Like, hella expensive. 8 ounces for $21.98 and 16.5 ounces for $41.98. So if you are rich, really get after this product and buy it for your poor friends and family. If you are poor, save up some money from this and next months pay check.

Good thing: On the website right now, if you buy any size of Healing Lotion, you get one item of your choice for free! That is a really great deal. Go go go and get it!!!

 

100% Amazing Organic Ingredients: Mountain spring water, coconuts, cinnamon, apples, thyme, geranium, sea salt, green tea, rosemary aloe, matricania, orange, vitamins A, C and E

Coconut Cleansing Milk did not have an amazing smell. It was very too much coco-nutty. But it makes my face feel really clean, moisturized, and nourished (really, i’m not sure quoting from the brand’s name). I have to use it twice to get off excess oils and lotions and makeup. I feel like it doesn’t mega-clean how I like my soap to, so I like to use it as a morning refresher, instead of at night when I want to get my make up and lotions off. It’s good for when my skin is damaged, as opposed to already healthy and thriving. For example, I’d use it if I had a sunburn, but not if I want a really fresh, squeaky clean face. The price is $15 for 8oz. Is it worth it? I’m borderline yes/no mostly because of the strong smell I dislike, and because it takes quite a bit to clean your face (it doesn’t lather up). Go ahead and try it and see what you like/dislike about it.

CONTAINS: Organic aloe vera gel, coconut milk, vegetable glycerin, kukui nut oil, coconut oil, vegetable emulsifying wax, xanthum gum, coconut flavoring, glucose, and enzyme.

http://www.supersalve.com/nurish-daily.html

Okay, this stuff is rad, super rad, amazing, the best, ever ever ever ever ever. It really is a great sun screen.

I don’t get sunburned with this stuff, but I have to reapply if I start to sweat a lot or if I go swimming, or after 4 hours. But it’s worth it because there isn’t the bad cancer-causing sun screen ingredients like other sun screen out there. It has zinx oxide (the only ingredient I didn’t know from nature. I researched about zine oxide and I didn’t find any bad dangers or side effects that I should be wary of so far. It does not leave a white residue either. Honestly, it makes my skin feel great because of all the great ingredients that are in it, like aloe vera, vitamin E and grapefruit seed extract. This sun cream smells amazing as well. Store in the fridge to retain freshness.

CONTAINS: Purified mountain rain water, olive oil (olea europaea), aloe vera gel (aloe barbadensis), orange blossom water (citrus aurantium), active sunscreen ingredients [zinc oxide, jojobaoOil (simmondsia chinensis), African shea butter (butyrospermun parkii), hemp seed oil (prunus dulcis), neo heliopan (comes from cinnamon or cassia oil)], beeswax (apis mellifera), mimosa flower wax (acacia mearnsii), lecithin (made from soybean oil), vitamin E oil (tocopherol), grapefruit seed extract (citrus paradisi), glucose enzyme, and essential oils of almond (prunus amygdalus dulcis) & ylang ylang (cananga odorata genuina).

http://www.supersalve.com/creams.html
scroll down on the website page to find it.