I love how this sunscreen smells, it's a subtle botanical smell. I use this for the rest of my body, while I use a tinted version for my face.
My only problem is that the label appears to be made of plastic. I tried to look for more information from the Raw Elements website, but could not find anything about the label.
This facial cleanser works great for my skin and has cleared some of it up (I have the recommended oily skin). It also has a calming smell that isn’t too strong. This is my second time buying it (I bought it the first time in store) and I can confirm that it is worth the money. It lasted me for a over a year, and I wash my face at least twice a day. Would 100% recommend to anyone who has oily skin like me.
I am so happy I was told about this bar by Genevieve (I think that's how you spell her name (sorry!) She is one of the co-owners of Eco Collective). I have always been nervous about switching up my skincare routine because my skin is my biggest point of low self-esteem if it doesn't look good and I'm acne prone at times, but I'm glad I made the switch! I feel like I almost have less breakouts, and when they do happen, they go away so much more quickly! I also started using jojoba oil from Eco Collective as well after I wash my face. I'm about to start using rose water as well just to see what happens! Thanks for all you guys do at Eco Collective!!!
I have mild acne and using this soap has really helped my skin look less oily and more healthy! I also think the scent is quite calming and very nice on your face. Would highly recommend!
Can scrub hard with it when drier and gentle when wet. Really happy with it and it is holding up nicely:)
Have been using botanical loofahs as bath sponges for a few years now and I love them. Exfoliating, gentle, and they dry out quickly which is a blessed quality for a sponge to have. The first one that I observed falling apart after thousands of back scrubs split open and is transforming from a useful cylindrical sponge to a useful flat scrubbing pad.
Cut in half to use as dish scrubber. Softens like a frosted mini wheat when wet so more pliable. Works great and dries nicely between uses.
I like that it feels exfoliating, but not harsh on my skin. Great quality and very affordable. Once mine aged out, I kept it as a bath tub scrubber.
This was my first attempt at a plastic free dish washing tool. It took a few tries to kind of soften the loofah a bit and figure out how to use it, but overall I'm satisfied with how it cleans my dishes. It's definitely different from a kitchen sponge - it won't be super useful for wiping off surfaces but it does have more scrubbing power in my opinion. And it still holds onto soap. I'll probably buy one of the wood handle dish scrubbers when my loofah starts falling apart, but I'll happily compost it when that day comes :)