Wednesday, July 15, 2009

Sabon Goes Organic

I am a fanatic for Sabon body products. The souffle body cream may just be one of my favorite body treats of all time.

While beauty addicts everywhere are realizing the importance of organic skincare, Sabon has finally launched their organic line... and it's pretty spectacular - and affordable. Given the coveted Ecocert Seal Of Approval ( 98.75% of the total ingredients are of natural origin), Sabon Organics are a must for eco-conscious bodies.

I tried the organic day cream and while I was a bit skeptical at first, my skeptism quickly turned into bliss when my face had that reinvigorated glow. The cream is heavy and while I'm not a fan of thick for my face, I found this particular moisturizer to completely penetrate, not leaving a thick layer or oily residue, and hydrate. Made with macadamia nut oil, the day cream smells and feels deliciously healthy and soothing. I've been using it every day and thus far, my skin has yet to have any sort of negative reaction (sigh!).

A word (or several...) from the company:
"The cream contains many fine organic ingredients such as macadamia nut oil, jojoba oil, olive oil, shea butter, and aloe vera, as well as other medicinal plants.These medicinal plants significantly slow down skin aging, help reduce wrinkles, contribute to the skin's elasticity and vitality, and aid in tension reduction. Similarly, they protect against skin oxidation processes and allergic reactions. Their special abilities increase protection against UV-rays, and soothe irritable skin."

If you're super oily, I'd stay to steer clear, but if you have sensitive, combination or even dryer skin, this cream is for you. And the pretty, homemade packaging is a bonus.

Other organic products from the brand include a body scrub, body cream, face serum and hand and foot cream. For more info, click here.

PRICE TAG: $39.00


Jenni said...

I was just about to place an order there and I wanted to try the body souffle you mentioned, but I can't find it on the it called something else?

Beauty Banter said...

Sorry! It's called sorbet - here is the link:

Beauty Banter

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