When I was contacted by Julie, the founder of Skin Free skincare in order to do a review and giveaway I was very interested in the product. I have very sensitive skin and some days it behaves and other days it does not. So I was very interested by the fact that it was formulated by a pharmacist for people with extremely sensitive skin, allergies, very dry skin or those who have other conditions that affect skin troubles.
I was sent a selection of Skin Free products to review and to get my honest opinion on. I received the Whipped Tamanu Butter and the Lite Moisture Cream for Daily Use. The Lite Moisture Cream for daily use is a very sheer cream that packs a whole lot of power. I love that this cream was formulated with the summer heat in mind and that it's light because it does not make my skin oily especially when it's hot. There is a blend of anti-inflammatory organic extra virgin olive oil and macadamia nut oil to make this cream last all day long. My face was truly was soft and supple and this lasted all day!
The second item, the Whipped Tamanu Butter has a delightful citrus scent that is not overwhelming. Tamanu Oil is a traditional oil used centuries ago by the Polynesians to treat such things as severe sunburn. Scientists have discovered the unique property of this oil: a fatty acid that has the ability to stimulate skin cell growth. As well as containing chemicals that are anti-bacterial and anti-inflammatory. They have whipped this Tamanu Butter with such ingredients as olive and shea. I usually have really dry legs and must always put lots and lots of cream on it to keep it hydrated so I thought that the Tamanu Butter would be a good shot at getitng my legs hydrated. I didn't have to put much on but I could really tell the results would last. I put it on at night and in the morning my legs were still soft and they didn't have the tell-tale whiteness of dry skin. I now use it almost daily to keep my legs nice and moisturized.
Skin Free is a skincare revolution that is now hitting your local pharmacy stores. There is a great demand for skin care products that have low toxicity or in Skin Free's case none at all. Skin Free was awarded a Toxicity Rating of "0" from the Environmental Working Group. And their soap has received the National Exzema Association's Seal of Acceptance. That's a lot of prestigious awards! The fact that they are sold in over 2,500 Walgreens stores as well as on their website, in addition to other well known stores is testament to this fact. Skin Free is also sold on their own website here. While the prices may seem a bit pricey at first, you have to consider that it is your health and your skin. Would you really want to slather on products that contain toxins that will leak into your system causing untold damage? It is well worth the price knowing that not only will these products ease your skin problems, but they won't cause any additional health concerns and that is simply priceless.
Julie was so generous in offering one of my readers a chance to try out these amazing products by offering a $30 gift certificate to use towards any product!! What a great opportunity to try some amazing products!!!
How to Enter:
1) Go to Skin Free's website and choose what you would pick if you won for one entry
2) Include one fact that you learned that was not included in this giveaway post for one entry
3) If you become a new follower you get four more entries
4) If you are a current follower I am sending you some love for being awesome and giving you six more entires
5) If you post my button on my blog you get five extra entries (Please include your blog if it's not easily accessible)
6) If you blog about this contest you get five more entries (Include the link please!!!!)
7) If you enter any of my current giveaways on this blog, you can get one extra entry for each contest you enter!
Wow that is a lot of entires you can recieve!! And please have a way for me to contact you! If your email is on your blog profile that will also work!
The contest will run until July 24th!
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