Sunday, August 7, 2011

New Product Giveaway: Coconut Snow Deodorant!

I am far from being a purist. I use natural products when I can for a number of reasons.

For me, the main reasons are that I'm chemically sensitive and I have Rosacea and sensitive skin. I get sick from fragrances, and strong products irritate my skin.

For my kids, I can't stand the thought of them slathering chemicals on their skin, the body's biggest, porous organ.

I've heard the argument that, "We've been using those (chemical-laden) products for years and we turned out okay." To that, I would respond that it's time to open your eyes and look around. How many people do you know who have cancer? How many others have auto-immune diseases? How are you feeling?

Chemicals in personal care products are certainly not the only cause of disease or poor health, but I think that the junk we're putting in and on our bodies plays a big part in it.

As much as I like natural products, I just wasn't satisfied with some of them. Deodorants are a prime example. You'll have to trust me when I say that I've tried a multitude of different deodorants! Some were so strongly scented with natural herbs and essential oils that they stank. With many others, I was the one who stank! I tried the crystals, and the sprays and the roll-ons...none of them worked. I tried the powder, which we sell. It has a light, natural scent that doesn't bother me. I actually like it. I just didn't stick with using a powder every day because it was messy. I still use it occasionally, sometimes as a body powder. I'm not a great salesperson, I know; I'm just being honest!

So, I asked friends who used natural products what worked for them. Most said, "Nothing." They used the conventional stuff. I got desperate enough to try a couple of them but I couldn't stand the smell. I also couldn't stand the ingredients list!

I continued on my quest. I heard about Coconut Snow. I heard that it really worked. I'd heard the same thing about so many others, though, so I wasn't impressed. I kept looking. I finally went back and tried Coconut Snow. I was impressed. It actually works! And, there's absolutely no scent!

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The application is a bit different. It comes in a squeeze tube, which you shake and then apply with your hands. Not weird, just different. I got used to it right away.

I don't know if this is unique to my kids, but some of them developed body odor at a very young age. With Coconut Snow, I don't have to worry about them using deodorant, no matter how young they are. The ingredients are simply organic jojoba oil, organic cornstarch, baking soda, organic coconut oil, jojoba ester, and Vitamin E.

Safe for kids, no scent, no mess...and it works! I think I've finally found a winner!


GIVEAWAY!

We're giving away one squeeze-tube of Coconut Snow Deodorant.

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UPDATE: And the winner is Nancy!
Congratulations!
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