Sunday, October 6, 2013

Soak, Spritz, & Exfoliate with Natural Garden Soaps by Paula Parrish

It has been one of those weeks! Between working with my hubby at our law firm and doing contract work for another attorney, I feel like I’ve been going a million miles a minute – and in heels no less! 

A good foot soak is exactly what I needed after this hectic week and this Jasmine Fizzy Foot Soak from Natural Garden Soaps really hit the spot! A few spoonfuls of this pale pink foot soak in a tub of warm water and I was on my way to some relaxation! The soak left my feet soft and smooth – and my favorite part – no oily residue on my feet or the tub! The water had a slight floral scent, but was not over powering like some jasmine products I have tried in the past. Paula Parrish, the mastermind behind the business, includes dried organic jasmine flowers in her soak, which for me, added a fairytale touch to this product! Who doesn't want to soak in a tub of flowers? 

Paula also creates an incredible Lavender Rose Facial Toner. This toner smells like what I’d imagine a morning stroll through an English garden would smell like – fresh and dewy with hints of fresh lavender and rose petals. I drenched a cotton ball in the elixir and swiped it across my face. It picked up all the oils and grime from my day and made my skin glow. I’ve even spritzed my face a few times throughout the day for an afternoon pick me up. The lavender is soothing and the rose petals are energizing. I’m planning on bringing this product with me on my next plane trip so I look fresh and put together when I land. 

I love hand crafted artisan soaps and this Honey Bee and Oatmeal soap is one of the best I’ve tried! The soap smells like milk and honey and features big oatmeal clusters that serve as gentle and natural exfoliates. The soap leaves skin feeling clean and doesn’t have any perfume in it, making it perfect for the mornings so I can apply my go-to fragrance. 

The products I sampled from Natural Garden Soaps were wonderfully crafted and beautifully packaged! With the holidays just around the corner, I’d recommend stocking up on some specialty gifts for any of the ladies in your life!

Be sure to check out Natural Garden Soaps at their online site and on Etsy, and be sure to check out Paula Parish’s blog for a chance to win some of her products. For more information on Natural Garden Soaps' bath bombs, check out Kir's review from earlier this week!


1 comment:

  1. I am so honored that you enjoyed all of my handmade skin care goodies. Thanks for the fabulous review. ;o)