I’m new to the organic hygiene product world. I’m, therefore; open to discovery and skeptical of everything I had heard previously. It was time to see what it’s all about, for myself! I Xed out all my normal shampoos, soaps and conditioners, even ignoring my coconut oil for a couple weeks. I wanted to see what Jinsa Essentials products could do for my precious hair and skin.
I gave three products a test run: Their Exfoliating Bath and Shower Gel, their Botanical Light Oil Spray and their Natural Moisturizing Olive Oil. Note: One of the coolest things about each of these products is that they can all be used interchangeably! The shower gel can work as a shampoo or body wash, the moisturizing oil can substitute for your conditioner or moisturize your skin and the oil spray can be used on your hair’s tips along with your whole body!
These products smell amazing and they aren’t too girly. My first thought was, “My boyfriend is going to love this!” They were literally intoxicating. I couldn’t stop smelling them, as if I would have been happy to drown in them. I’ve played with essential oils before, but nothing I’ve put together could have smelt nearly as delicious as these babies.
Delightfully so, the products were more than just a pleasing smell. Lately I have been dying for a hair trim, and still am, but the oil spray and moisturizing oil both helped heal my split ends and add some flexibility back to my hair. The body wash/shampoo gave my hair a new texture that I’ve never felt before. At first, it felt dirty and well, just unusual, but after a week of using it, I honestly saw my hair take a 180 and bounce up and down joyfully (literally).
Check out the ingredients in the Exfoliating Bath & Shower Gel:
Distilled water, Organic Coconut Oil, Organic Olive Oil, Organic Glycerin, Shea Oil, Hydresia, Meadowfoam Seed Oil, Jojoba Oil, Lotus Flower Essential Oil, Citric Acid, Moringa Oleifera, Vitamin E, Iron Oxide, and Annatto Powder.
Despite my good reviews I still feel stuck and frustrated! Once you use products made of all natural ingredients, it feels wrong to go back to whatever-the-heck they sell in the grocery store, but my budget can’t cope with the price tag. It is a balancing act between my pocket book and the love I have for my assets. 😉 Hopefully, these natural products gain some real ground and the prices start to compete with conventional products. Now, wouldn’t that be fab.
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