Thursday, July 21, 2016

Cove Castile Soap Lavender

It is funny how we get into a routine and everything we do ends up being such a habit. I remember as a kid that as soon as I hit puberty and had smelly underarms, I was instructed to wear deodorant. It was not until recently that I encountered aluminum free deodorant. I was thrown for a big loop... I have been putting a stick version of a metal alloy on my underarms all these years?

I am a huge fan of Bath and Body Works body wash. Even that product has bad ingredients. Two of these bad ingredients are Benzoyl Alcohol and Methylparapen. Benzyol Alcohol can cause problems with the liver while Methylparaben can cause cancer and mess with the hormones of both men and women. I cant believe that 99.9% of my shower routine is THAT bad for my overall health!

I recently was able to review Cove Castile Soap. Lately, I have been so overwhelmed with final exams and final projects for college, I honestly thought it was just a plain old body wash. When I was given the opportunity to review this product, I thought cool! I get to review a Vegan, Organic body wash. BOY I was wrong! I found out that this soap is concentrated  and has to be the jack of all trades when it comes to washes!

First, let me explain the product itself.  This soap is a "pure and vegan" product. There are two "scents" in this soap. Lavender and Unscented. I chose the lavender. I love to take night time showers because it relaxes me and I figured the lavender would further the effect of my relaxing shower! This soap has certified organic oils Argan, Jojoba, and Hemp in it.

Here is the cool part. Notice I keep calling it soap? I am not only doing this because it is what it says on the container, but because of how many uses it has! On the soap bottle there is a list of uses and how to dilute it, since its concentrated. From body wash to a multi purpose cleaner there are so many uses for this product!

The recipes are easy to follow and does not call for many ingredients. For example, the body wash/ hand soap recipe calls for half a cup of water and half a cup of this product. Not only is that awesome, but it smells SO good!
I cannot wait to try as many uses of this product I can. I think I will try the hand soap and hand washing dish soap next!

Disclaimer: I am not affiliated with the company Cove Castile or any of Cove Castile's employees. I received a Cove Castile Soap solely for the purpose to properly give my opinion on the product. Other than the soap, I did not receive any compensation for this review. Even though I did receive the product for free, the details in this review are 100% my thoughts and opinions.

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