Vitacost Review and Giveaweay

Vitacost Review and $100 Giveaway

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I love Vitacost and have shopped with them to purchase products in the past. I was excited when they asked me to review some products and offer you the chance to win a $100 Vitacost Gift Card. My package arrived the other day and I was treated to a variety of goodies to try and review. Read about the products below and then enter to win in the Vitacost Giveaway!

Method Pure Naked Body Wash Surfside with Aloe Vera

This Body Wash is free of parabens, phthalates and EDTA and I was especially interested in how my skin would feel after. The body wash rinsed off clean and left no residue. The next morning, my skin was still soft and moisturized. For only $4.99 this price is comprable to other body washes on the market. Plus it only takes a small amount to get the foaming effect and it was enough for both my husband and I. This is going on my Must have list from Vitacost.

Redmond RealSalt Nature’s First Sea Salt

This fine sea salt is void of any extra ingredients, including dextrose (sugar) and anti caking agents, that are commonly found in other salts. It is an unrefined salt that brings you all the minerals that nature intended. It dose not contain iodine (as found in normal table salt) because it is not processed. I will be honest it is a rare occasion that I use salt on my dinner plate but use it frequently in cooking. This RealSalt blends in perfectly and I found that I don’t need to use as much as I normally use of other salts.

Vitacost Multi-Vitamin Gummies for Kids

My daughter will only eat gummie vitamins but many are almost 50 calories for one vitamin due to the added sugar. I was happy to read the nutritional information and find that these Multi-Vitamin Gummies by Vitacost only have 1 gram of sugar and only 5 calories. My daughter thinks they taste yummy and we know that these are keepers.

Vitamin Friends Multi Vitamin Vegetarian Gummies Grape Pectin

These vitamins like the Vitacost brand are better nutritionally wise than other competitors. They only have 2 grams of sugar and 6 calories. They best part is they are Free of: Gelatin, yeast, wheat, corn, milk, egg, soy, gluten, salt, nuts, shellfish, artificial colors, artificial flavors and preservatives.  That makes these the perfect choice for families battling with food allergies and sensitivities.

Kiss My Face Kid’s 100% Natural Sunscreen Stick SPF30 White

Nothing is worse than a child with sunburns on their face but applying sunscreen to that area can be tricky. This sunscreen stick takes the hassle out of sunscreen application. It is the perfect system to make sure the sensitive face areas such as the nose,cheeks and forehead are covered. You can also easily apply it to the tops of the ears.Because it is 100% natural you do not have to worry about reaction to chemicals in the sunscreen. Its compact size makes it easy to slip into a purse, diaper bag or even your pockets so you can easily take it on the go.

Promax Fit N Crisp Protein Snack Vanilla Marshmallow

Since having Gastric Surgery for weight loss, I have been on a strict high-protein diet. I was excited to give these snacks a try because they boast 13 grams of protein. These snacks are very similar to rice krispie  treats but with extra protein.Although they do not have high fructose corn syrup they do use a sugar in the form of glucose. They are a very light snack for a high protein treat but at 140 calories are little more than I can consume for a snack.They are individually wrapped which makes them good to put in lunches.

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