I recently had the opportunity to try out a natural facial cream and body lotion by SeabuckWonders. I really appreciate the effort that SeabuckWonders has gone to ensuring that their products are of the highest quality: their products are organic, non-GMO, cruelty-free, and high in omega-7. Check, check, check, and check!
These products are full of great (natural!) ingredients. Even better, they work beautifully. They both have a faint hint of the scent of sea buckthorn (no surprises there, I guess), but it’s certainly not unpleasant, and in fact it’s rather a nice, understated scent. Both the facial cream and the body lotion are also exceptionally yellow in colour (again, no surprises!), but they smooth onto the skin without leaving any tinge of yellow, which is excellent.
Most of the time when I’ve purchased natural body lotions, they are either too heavy and thick, or too thin and greasy. This body lotion, however, smooths on and moisturizes the skin quickly, leaving your skin feeling soft and silky. The facial cream is very light and leaves your skin with plenty of space to breathe while making it smooth and well-moisturized. I also like that both the body lotion and the facial cream last for a significant amount of time – you can moisturize first thing in the morning and you will be good to go all day long!
Visit the SeabuckWonders website for more information on why sea buckthorn is awesome, the ingredients in their facial cream and body lotion (and many other skincare, health, and beauty kits and products!), and to purchase their products. You can even browse products by the benefits you are after (such as liver health, oral health, cognitive & thinking, cardiovascular health, and more), or learn more about sea buckthorn in the education section of their website.
I recommend you check them out! SeabuckWonders facial cream and body lotion are two great products to add to your beauty supply for naturally beautiful and healthy skin.
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Disclaimer: I received the products for free. The opinions and review here are entirely my own.