Treat Yourself with Vanilla Bean, Coconut, Shea Butter, and Palm Oil
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Do you have sensitive skin? I should be your sensitive skin poster child. Everything I try just agitates my skin. All store-bought products and then some. I can’t even use bar soaps as it severely dries out my skin and causes major rashes and break-outs. Very frustrating. =(
Is there anything out there where the ingredients just simply say something like: vanilla bean, coconut, shea butter, and palm oil? Stay tuned….
How about body washes? Some body washes my skin can tolerate, but then looking at the ingredients, it’s unsettling. Is there anything out there that is natural and truly gentle and not harmful to your skin?
I finally came across a pretty awesome company that offers the best skin care products that I have ever tried. Perfect Posh is my favorite. Becoming a Rep has been fun, but honestly, I am my best costumer. I will always purchase the products as long as they are around as well as promote them.
I finally can use bars or “Chunks” as PP calls them. Most of the body chunks are infused with essential oils, shea butter, etc.
My favorite chunk bar is called Treat Yourself Chunk.
It smells like a sugar cookie. It is so amazing and the scent stays with you most of the day. It’s a “nourishing organic soap-based with Tonka bean in a delightfully sweet experience.” Key ingredients? Vanilla Bean, Coconut Oil, Shea Butter, and Palm Oil.
My skin is the best it has ever been if not better. No more break outs, rashes, etc. I think I finally found something I can use on a daily basis and I’m so happy. The best part is, the products aren’t expensive. Yay! Seems like everything I have tried in the past that was more natural costs an arm and a leg. All Perfectly Posh products are $25 and under. This was definitely a selling point for me also and now I want to share it with all of you.
Do you have sensitive skin? Are you tired of searching high and low for something that actually works, but without breaking the bank? I would love to hear from you.