Product Review: Ecodrops Organic Face Cream

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I am always on the hunt for great organic skincare products, so I was always really pleased to find this gem on Amazon some weeks ago. This Ecodrops Organic Face Cream is a natural daily moisturiser. I have been using this product daily for many weeks and it is an organic moisturiser for the face. There are many things I love about this face cream and I will be sharing my thoughts down below.

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Product Description

This amazing facial cream is 100% organic and has been formulated to support all your skin’s daily needs – from protection, hydration, healing, and rejuvenation – all at the same time.

Made up of 9 different yet all-natural essential oils rich with skin-saving nutrients, this cream is light enough to be used daily. It is non-greasy and suits all skin types.

Ingredients:

Rosa Damascena (Organic Rose) Hydrosol, Aloe Barbadensis (Organic Aloe Vera) Gel, cetearyl alcohol, polysorbate 60, Prunus Amygdalus Dulcis (Organic Sweet Almond) Oil, Butyrospermum Parki (Organic Shea) Butter, Cocos Nucifera (Organic Coconut) Oil, Organic Vitamin E Oil, Organic Glycerin (Vegetable), Stearic Acid (Vegetable), ethylhexylglycerin, phenoxyethanol, Organic Essential Oils of Lavender, Chamomile and Tea Tree.

Directions:

Use daily, on a freshly cleansed face.

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Product Review: Ecodrops Organic Face Cream

Here are my thoughts on this Ecodrops Organic Face Cream:

PROS
  1. This face cream is 100% natural and organic
  2. It is suitable for all skin types
  3. I love the fact that this face cream is light and non-greasy. It easily absorbs into the skin
  4. It moisturises and hydrates the skin really well
  5. I really like the packaging. It is glass and bamboo and looks so pretty.
CONS

None

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I think this natural face cream by Ecodrops is a lovely moisturiser to try. It looks good and works even better. You can shop this product via the Amazon link below:

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Product Review: Hugo Boss Deep Red

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Hugo Boss is a well known brand I have had the pleasure of shopping many times. I remember using the Hugo Boss Intense perfume many years ago and I still remember the amazing fragrance. The Deep Red Hugo Boss perfume is one I have come across many times. I have given it away as a perfume and I think I have used it before now but I am not too sure. Anyways, I had the opportunity to use this perfume again and I decided to review it as well.

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Hugo Boss Deep Red was launched in 2001. The notes are:

Top Notes

Blood Orange, Black Currant, Clementine, Pear and Mandarin Orange.

Middle Notes

Ginger, Ginger flower, Tuberose, Freesia and Hibiscus Seed.

Base Notes

Vanilla, Sandalwood, Musk and California Cedar.

Here are my thoughts on this perfume:

PROS
  • I like the light fruity-floral fragrance. It smells nice and not too overpowering.
  • It is great for the spring/summer months.
  • The red bottle is a beauty.
  • It is an EDP fragrance so it contains more perfume oil.
  • It is quite affordable at £29.99 for a 90ml bottle. You can grab a bottle via the link below.
CONS
  • The scent is not long lasting at all for me. It only stays on for a couple of hours. I like my perfumes long lasting so I will probably not be using Hugo Boss Deep Red again.

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So there you have it! I like to keep my product reviews short, sweet and straight to the point. I think the perfume is average but I like my perfumes to be more than average.

What do you think of Hugo Boss Deep Red? Have you tried it? Please share your thoughts in the comments section. Thanks for reading, liking, commenting and sharing. Have a good one and stay safe.

 

Tips for caring for your natural 4C hair

The journey to loving and embracing my natural 4c hair has been long but I can finally say I have gotten there. I love all aspects of my hair; the coarseness, dryness, and all. It is growing like a weed these days as I mentioned in my last hair related post and I am happy with the look. My 4c hair needs a lot of tender loving care and lots of oils. I mix my hair oils and I really like how they leave my hair so moisturised and healthy. Caring for your natural 4c hair is not easy. I almost gave up because I didn’t know what to do right and what I was doing wrong.

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Tips for caring for your natural 4C hair

Here are ways to care for your natural 4c hair –

Wash your hair every 2 weeks

For 4c hair, it is best to wash it every 2 weeks. Washing the hair too frequently will make it even drier. The hair products massaged into the hair need time to work their magic. Washing the hair every 2 weeks will keep the hair clean without stripping off the moisture.

Moisturise the hair every day

I moisturise my hair at least twice a day with hair oils, morning, and last thing before I go to bed. My hair gets really dry and I find that it needs more moisture than normal. Moisturising your hair every day will keep the hair long and healthy. Skipping the moisturising bit is not an option for me and it shouldn’t be.

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Keep your hair tools clean

I wash all my hair tools regularly to ensure they are clean for when I need them. The last thing your hair needs is s dirty comb. Dirty tools cause hair breakage, dandruff, and an itchy scalp.

No heat

I can’t remember the last time I have used a hairdryer or any form of heat on my hair. I air dry my hair when I wash and it dries quickly. Excessive heat can damage the hair, which is why I rather stay clear from any form of heat except there is no other way around it.

Careful with the protective styles

I have not had my hair in cornrows for over 3 months now. My hair stays in loose plaits and twists most of the time. I believe this has helped my hair grow even more. Some of the protective styles can damage our hairline. It is also not easy to moisture the hair properly when it is cornrows. You can only moisturise the scalp but not the actual hair. It is also very tricky to give the hair a proper wash when it is in a protective style. These are some of the reasons why I decided to not visit my hairdresser for some time and manage my hair on my own, so I can properly care for it. The rate at which my hair is now growing tells me I made the right decision.

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What do you think of these tips for caring for your natural 4c hair? How do you care for your hair? Do you have any tried and tested tips to share?

 

 

 

 

 

 

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