Saturday, 18 October 2014

Forever living review

As a little side note I am sorry for the lack of posts lately. Things have been so busy that I havn't had time to do all the things I want to do so unfortunately my little blog has been a bit lonely recently but here is a little review to get back in the game.

I have heard so many good things about the Foreverliving range and how their  Aloe Vera and bee products are naturally pure and free of all the nasty stuff. So when someone lovely offered me the chance to try a sample hamper I jumped at the chance! My first thought was how lovely the presentation was and how the packaging was clean and minimal. I liked how the packaging wasn't cluttered and they really kept it neutral keeping with the theme of natural goodness. Out of all the products I tried I'd say the three above were my favorite aswell as the little sachet of tooth gel. When I first tried the gel It was a little unusual for me as I'd never tried anything like it before. The green gel foams straight away and really left my mouth feeling fresh and as silly as it sounds I felt proud of my teeth after using this product.

Next up was the Aloe - Jojoba shampoo and conditioning rinse, this stuff was lovely to use, it lathered up really quickly and smelt amazing. Once I dried my hair it felt soft and I absolutely loved the clean feeling it gave my hair. 

Finally the product that really stood out to me was the Aloe Propolis Creme. Now this stuff impressed me from the first application. I suffer from really dry hands especially in the colder and recently I have even having some trouble with them. So when I heard that this Creme helps to heal dry skin I was excited to see if it would help me. Imidately after rubbing this into my hands they felt hydrated. I saw that the redness had reduced pretty soon after and in a few applications of just a tiny amount I have noticed a suprising change in my hands. 

I am really glad I got the chance to try these and I must say I would happily use them again. 

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