May 102010
 
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I’ve received a lot of fun curriculum products as a member of the Homeschool Crew. And I really like curriculum, but I have to share the curriculum with my children. Beeyoutiful sent us some products just for us, the homeschool moms. (Or any woman, of course.) I know that I spend very little time on my own appearance, and rarely take the time to pamper myself. So it was nice to have an excuse to.

I received the following 2 products from Beeyoutiful. I’ve copied the product descriptions from their website.

Beeyoutiful Laveshmint Hydrating Toner is the ultimate culmination of clean refreshment. Made with certified organic Aloe Vera, Laveshmint’s astringent properties naturally close the pores after cleansing. Aloe Vera leaves skin hydrated and gently restores proper pH balance. To top this off, we’ve added a unique blend of lavender and peppermint essential oils to cool sunburns, cleanse wounds, and uplift your countenance. With its captivating fragrance, Lavender has sedative and deep relaxational qualities, as well as being renowned for helping all manner of skin irritations. Cool and tingly on your skin, Peppermint essential oil is an incredible aid for acne, dermatitis, fever, headaches, and mental strain. Together, the all-natural ingredients in Laveshmint have manifold functions and endless applications. Just spray it on your skin and feel the cooling refreshment wash over you.

Beeyoutiful Laveshmint Daily Moisturizer

Laveshmint is Beeyoutiful’s soothing new moisturizer that hydrates and nourishes with the power of pure Aloe Vera. It has the same PH level as distilled water and is perfect for daily use over your entire face and body. It is gentle enough for even the most sensitive skin. Aloe has been used for centuries to help repair dry and damaged skin, soothe burns, and relieve irritations. Grapeseed is a light oil which quickly disappears into the skin without leaving a greasy residue, while Coconut oil is known for its skin nourishing and softening qualities.

 

Beeyoutiful Laveshment is refreshingly scented with pure lavender and peppermint essential oils, creating a cool, tingly sensation on your skin. Lavender gently helps to repair damaged skin and relaxes the nerves, while peppermint leaves you feeling clean, uplifted, and invigorated. Laveshmint is best used after gently cleansing the face and neck and toning with Laveshmint hydrating toner. Although created as a facial moisturizer, Laveshmint feels great on any part of your body, especially tired feet! Just keep it away from eyes and mucous membranes, as peppermint can sting on these areas.

My thoughts:

I liked both of these products. The toner feels refreshing to the skin without leaving it feeling dry or tight. I found it a little difficult to use in a spray bottle for my face, so I usually sprayed it on a cotton ball, and applied it that way. I also sprayed it on a minor sunburn and it soothed the burn. It does have a strong lavender scent. I personally like it, but some people might find it too strong. The moisturizer is very light and not greasy feeling. It also smells very nice. I didn’t find the moisturizer to be as soothing as the toner, but I imagine it would be more so to dry skin.

You can order these products from Beeyoutiful. The toner is $14.00 for a 4 oz. bottle. The moisturizer sells for $12.00 for a 4 oz. jar.

Disclosure: This product was provided to our family for free as members of the 2009-2010 Old Schoolhouse Magazine Homeschool Crew. Reviews and opinions expressed in this blog are our own.
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  2 Responses to “Beeyoutiful Laveshmint”

  1. Lavender is one of my favorite herbs and the products sound great 🙂

    Edited by CreativeLearning on May. 10, 2010 at 8:55 PM

  2. I doubt that I'd like them myself [not big on lavender] but it's great that you did & that you got a treat for YOU!

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