Closed: Skin Free Review & $30 Gift Card Giveaway

 

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I had the opportunity to review Niaouli Scrub for Blemish Prone Skin by Skin Free. If you live in Virginia, you will particularly like the fact that Skin Free products are made in Virginia. Skin Free products were formulated by a pharmacist for people with allergies and severly sensitive skin. These products are all natural and contain no perfumes, colorants or petroleum products.

I have always had problematic skin. I suffer from blemishes and oil skin. I chose to try the Niaouli Scrub for Blemish Prone Skin to see what it could do for me. I really liked how the scrub left my skin soft and smooth. Most importantly, the Niaouli scrub did not strip all of the oil from my skin. Although I have oily skin, there needs to be a balance. Over stripping oil from your skin will make blemishes worse by over activating the oil glands. I was very pleased that the Niaouli Scrub left my skin well balanced.

I first tried the Niaouli Scrub before bed using a wash cloth at the sink. I found that it was difficult for me to remove all of the pumice with this method. Using the Niaouli Scrub in the shower resolved this problem.

Skin Free makes a variety of soaps, scrubs and body lotions. Their Extra Moisturizing Soap & Shampoo Bar is wonderful to use on babies- all natural ingredients for delicate skin. The bar is reasonably priced for an all natural product at $3.99. If you are looking for all natural organic skin care, check out the Blue Ridge Gypsy product line. There are a variety of essential oil fragrances available for the Blue Ridge Gypsy products.

Skin Free products are currently available for purchase at select CVS and Walgreens stores. They can also be purchased online from Skin Free.

Giveaway

Skin Free is generously giving one Madame Deals reader a $30 gift certificate to be used for Skin Free or Blue Ridge Gypsy products!

To enter please leave a comment on this post for each method of entry. You are allowed to enter up to three times daily. Giveaway ends January 22nd at 10pm. The winner will be drawn at random.

Entry Methods:

  1. Go to Skin Free or Blue Ridge Gypsy and tell us what products you would purchase if you won.
  2. Subscribe to Madame Deals via RSS feed, e-mail or follow us on twitter. If you already do, just leave a comment letting us know.
  3. Tweet the following:
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I was provided the Niaouli Scrub for purposes of this review. I was not compensated in any other way. The opinions expressed in this post are solely mine.



Comments

  1. Lydia says

    I’d love to try a green clay mask, Acai Scrub for Sparkling Skin, Sweet & Smooth Sugar Scrub, and/or some Whipped Tamanu Body Butter…

    THANKS!!!

  2. Mcihelle L. says

    The Niaouli Scrub for Blemish Prone Skin sounds great! I have problem skin myself, so I’d love to try that.

  3. Jessica S. says

    I’d try the correctibe face nectar, and the Eczema body lotion. These company’s are perfect, since I have beyong senstive skin and allergies.

  4. Elena says

    Hand-made Shea Butter Soap, Butter Crème Hand and Body Lotion and Natural Liquid Soap from Blue Ridge Gypsy in Honeysuckle.

  5. says

    I have problem skin, too. I always have and have often wished to find the perfect (and affordable) skin products for ME. These really do catch my interest, and I’d be trying the one you did, plus this sounds nice, too: Green Clay Mask for Blemish Prone Skin. I think it’d make me feel much more beautiful. :)

  6. Alicia says

    Oh, I would love the Whipped Tamanu Body Butter – my hands are so dry & icky from winter, that would be wonderful!

  7. Mandy says

    I would purchase the After Shower Moisture Spritz from Blue Ridge Gypsy and the Spa Scrub Power Pak from Skin Free!

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