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As the weather changes in the next couple months, so will the texture of your skin. Make sure the climate doesn't weather away your smooth skin by keeping it soft with skin care products good not only for you, but also for the planet.
Keep Buzzin' Body Products
Not only does this hand cream and foot cream skin care line keep your skin smooth and buttery, but all of the ingredients are 100 percent natural. The Keep Buzzin' Body Products are never tested on animals and don't contain any of the following — petrolatum, lanolin, phthalates, sodium laureth, oxy benzone or carmine. There is also no added color in this skin care line. The one preservative that is used is propanediol zemea, which is all plant-based and eco-certified.
Immerse yourself in the honey-almond hand cream or the peppermint foot cream for silky, smooth skin.
LUSH Cosmetics is a skin care line made of fresh and organic products — and they are all handmade! A lot of love and care goes into creating these specifically-designed skin care products. All products are made by hand using little if any preservatives and only vegetarian ingredients. And LUSH doesn't test their products on animals. Indulge in their fresh, delicious face masks or dive into a hot bath using one of their magical bath bombs.
This line is America's original natural apothecary manufacturer, and to this day it's still all natural. J.R. Watkins uses only natural and environmentally friendly ingredients strictly from renewable resources and avoids chemicals such as parabens, sulfates and phthalates.
The line includes skin care, household, gourmet and remedy products. All products are all natural and eco-friendly, of course. Try one of their creamy hand lotions or fresh body scrubs.
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