Good evening everyone 🙂 🙂
I love the upmarket beauty brands sold at Sephora as much as the next person, but sometimes I like to try out other, lesser-known brands, particularly ones that only work with natural ingredients. My aunt gifted me a perfume and lip balm from Saje Natural Wellness for Christmas, and I am completely in love with this brand.
- Environmentally friendly
- More supportive of the body’s natural functions than other products
- Pure essential oils distilled from a wife variety of fruits, flowers, leaves, trees, and grasses
- Pure essential oils only combined with natural-base ingredients
- 100% natural products
- Free of parabens, SLS, SLES, PEGS, glycols, petrochemicals, synthetic colours and synthetic fragrances.
- All ingredients are derived from safe and renewable resources
- Packaging is made of recycled paper and recyclable materials
- No products are tested on animals
- Canadian-owned and operated (So maybe I’m a little biased . . . )
- Most products are manufactured locally
- Natural remedies to cure a wide variety of ailments, such as a cold, the flu, a headache, and insomnia
I could go on and on about this brand and still have more to say, so I’ll curtail my prattling and delve right into my thoughts on these two products.
The perfume is Goddess: Fulfilling and Heartfelt, Ananda: Confident & Whole, and Shanthi: Serene and Tranquil. The packaging is beautiful, and it is all recyclable so there is no waste. Plus, it features a unique rose quartz rollerball for easy application and to inspire awareness of beauty in oneself and others. This fragrance is meant to connect one with her femininity, to lift spirits, and to instill feelings of love and happiness. With notes of sweet florals, citruses, and vanilla, this is such a lovely and light scent, perfect for everyday wear. Each fragrance is paired with a healing mantra, and the Goddess mantra is “I relax into the gentle power of my feminine being and let all that is good flow through me.” I have been wearing this perfume everyday and its scent gives me a little lift on the rainy days and is calming during lectures where stress typically abounds. I apply a small amount to all my pulse points, behind my ears, along the sides of my neck, and inside my wrists and elbows, as suggested. Of course, you can wear as much or as little as you want, but I wanted to try out their recommendation and see what it was like. I find all of these places to be too much but I do apply it to my pulse points and inside my wrists. Each perfume retails for $29.95, which I think is super reasonable for an all-natural perfume, and its size and rollerball applicator makes it perfect for traveling. And I am so happy that I can type out the ingredients in this lip balm post and pronounce them all!!!
Ingredients: Simmondsia chinensis (jojoba) seed oil; essential oils of citrus tangerina (tangerine), citrus aurantium amara (neroli), jasminum officinale (jasmine), rosa damascena (rose otto), cananga odorata (ylang ylang), vanilla planifolia (vanilla) alcohol infusion and citrus aurantifolia (lime).
The Sweet Lips Lip Balm doesn’t just have a sweet fennel smell; it has oils of fennel in it. Plus, it retails for $4.95, beating out almost every lip balm I can think of, and it’s 100% natural. My lips really dry out in the winter months, so I have been using this lip balm anywhere from once to five times per day since I received it for Christmas. It does an incredible job of soothing and moisturizing my lips, and completely alleviates any chapping and irritation. I am definitely going to purchase this again when this one runs out, and I might even try out the other ones available. Once again, here is a list of all of the easy to type and pronounce ingredients!!!
Ingredients: Cocos nucifera (coconut) oil, cera alba (beeswax), butyrospermum parkii (shea nut) butter, essential oil of foeniculum vulgare (fennel), theobroma cacao (cocoa) butter, stearic acid, tocomin®, stevia rebaudiana (stevia) leaf and aloe barbadensis (aloe vera) leaf juice.
I’ll type it one more time and then I’ll stop: I am addicted to this brand and I will definitely be having a shop through all their products once my university workload lightens up a little. I would recommend this brand to anyone and everyone, even if you are only looking for one product, because it offers high-quality and affordable products. Besides, why go for synthetic products when you can go for all-natural ones???
What all-natural brands are your favourites???