Friday, June 10, 2011

Tropical Traditions Organic Skin Exfoliator Products Review withGiveaway - Ends 6/25

Tropical Traditions Exfoliating scrub

I just celebrated my forty(mumble)th birthday, and I won’t lie.. I am very aware that time is ticking away.  One of the things I have always done to keep myself  looking and feeling young is to take good care of my skin.

I always take good care of my face, but I also make sure to use exfoliants and lotions to keep the rest of my skin healthy, too.

I just tried a new (to me) product that I absolutely loved.  It is the 100% natural Tropical Traditions Skin Exfoliator.  (citrus mint scent)

The exfoliator is made from a virgin coconut oil, organic jojoba, and virgin palm oil base making it high in antioxidant, retinols, carotenes and a very potent form of Vitamin E.

Sea salt is added to scrub away dead cells, open pores and reduce wrinkles.  Imported, distilled essential oils were added, to give it a fresh citrus mint scent.

This product is also available in lavender as well as an unscented version for people with sensitivities or allergies.

These skin care items are made by hand and contain no petroleum products, no alcohols, and no artificial fragrance.

You can buy this scrub through the Tropical Traditions website.  A  4oz jar is on sale right now for $11.99.  (regularly $16.95, and subject to change)

I absolutely love the way this scrub makes my skin feel.  Soft and smooth and ready for  the short sleeves, skirts and capris in my summer wardrobe.

I simply shake or stir the contents, rub the scrub onto my skin, then rinse it off.  The dead cells are down the drain, and soft, renewed skin is in its place.

If you’d like to try and win this scrub, Tropical Traditions has very generously offered one jar to put up for giveaway.

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*Canadian Residents should be aware that Tropical Traditions is not responsible for customs or duties that Canada may charge if you decide to participate in this giveaway.

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Disclaimer: Tropical Traditions provided me with a free sample of this product to review, and I was under no obligation to review it if I so chose. Nor was I under any obligation to write a positive review or sponsor a product giveaway in return for the product.