Boots Botanics: Affordable, Natural Skincare

Boots Botanics: Affordable, Natural Skincare

posted on: 4.14.2014

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If you've stuck around here for awhile, you probably know I've gone a bit "hippie" and have been trying to go as "natural" as possible ("natural" does not mean makeup-free because I'm not a monster!). The problem with natural products is how expensive they can be because they have magical pixie dust sourced from an underwater cavern underneath the Antarctica continent or whatever. Realistically speaking, spending hundreds of dollars on non-toxic beauty products is probably not going to happen if you're on a budget. So, if you're on a budget, just know that the non-toxic beauty gods are smiling down on you, because the brand Boots Botanics is not only affordable, but available at Targets across the nation.

The products I've tried are the Boots Botanics Rebalance Refining Body Scrub and the Boots Botanics Organic Rosewater Toning Spritz. Both products are free of parabens, mineral oils, paraffin waxes, SLS, and SLES (yay!).

The body scrub ($11.99) is meant to soothe and "bring harmony and balance into your life" and has a nice, earthy scent. Sometimes when people refer to things as smelling "earthy", they really mean "dirt," but that is not the case here. The body scrub uses sea salt and golden sugar to retexture and restore the skin, while also using a blend of almond oil and cocoa butter to leave the skin feling soft and smooth. I can definitely say that my skin feels amaaaazing after using this, and this will definitely be repurchased by me.

The Rosewater Spritz ($8.39) is rich in organic Rosehip which contains omega 3 and 6 fatty acids and fruit seeds to nourish, relieve dryness, and boost skin's radiance. You are supposed to spray it generously after cleansing to help tighten pores and remove any trace of makeup. Okay, this spray feels amazingly refreshing. Like, I would bring this with me on a roadtrip and just spray my face to my heart's content- so this is obviously going to be another "repurchase" for me.

Basically, the moral of this review is that you should give Boots Botanics products a chance. They're affordable and made with great, natural ingredients. And really, like I needed another excuse to make a "quick" trip to Target. Have you ever tried anything from Boots Botanics? Tell me what I need to try next!


Disclosure: These products are PR samples. This is no way, shape, or form influences my review on these products. All opinions stated here are my own. This post also contains affiliate links.

2 comments:

  1. I own both their organic facial oil and their hydrating day creme. The oil hasn't gotten much use yet because I haven't yet found a good moisturizer to pair it with, but their day creme is amazing! I bought it because my cetaphil moisturizer was burning when I'd apply it. The boots one is super smooth and so lovely feeling on the skin! I definitely recommend it. :)

    xxTanya
    minacoleta.blogspot.com

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