So far, I’ve purchased three products by Dr. Organic: the Tea Tree Face Wash, the Olive Oil Face Mask and the Vitamin E Body Butter. After being really impressed with the quality of all three products, I wanted to try some more. Since I ran out of my usual vegan face scrub a while ago (I used to use Let The Good Times Roll by Lush), I opted for the Rose Otto Face Scrub. It claims to be an anti-aging, cleansing exfoliant that leaves the skin toned, rejuvenated and nourished. Let’s see if it lived up to my high expectations…
Two weeks ago, I wrote a review about the Dr. Organic Virgin Olive Oil Face Mask. I was really impressed by the quality of the product and I mentioned that I wanted to try out some more Dr. Organic products. After that, I went to the store and picked out a few of their products that I was most curious about. One of them was the Vitamin E Body Butter. Dr. Organic describes it as a ‘Richly hydrating and restoring body butter with Aloe Vera, Shea Butter and Jojoba.
With the cold weather from the past few months making my skin terribly dry and rough, I decided that a few adjustments to my skin care routine were in order. A new face mask was one of those. Because I wanted something that was moisturizing as well as purifying, I opted for the Dr. Organic Virgin Organic Olive Oil Face Mask. It claims to be deep cleansing and detoxifying as well as deeply hydrating. Here are my thoughts on it.
A couple of weeks ago, I had a breakout that made me switch things up in the skin-care department. I was in desperate need of new cleansing water anyway, so why not go all the way and try a new face wash as well? An online search for perfume-free cleansers suitable for sensitive skin lead to these two products.