The Good Stuff Botanicals!

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After discovering The Good Stuff Botanicals and doing my own research, I knew they were another great natural company I had to try for myself! They work hard to make sure that every ingredient is high-quality & that it is added for its beneficial value to the body. In other words, these guys don’t add artificial junk-AND most importantly, they are committed to keeping their products GMO-free! That’s what I’m talking about!
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I received 3 of their products:
*Montana Mud Scrub
*Earth Tone (toner)
*Gypsy Cream

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First, I tried their Montana Mud Scrub!This scrub gently buffs away impurities, dead skin cells, oil and dirt while detoxing your skin leaving it smooth and soothed. These cleansing grains are a great soap replacement product that nourish your skin and reduce fine lines. The bentonite clay they use in Montana Mud Scrub comes from the beautiful Swan River fed by Rocky Mountain Spring run-off. When the clay come in contact with a liquid, it promotes an electrical charge which bonds with and removes heavy metals and toxins. The instructions on the back of this scrub ask you to mix this scrub with 1/2 a cup of local honey and 1/8- 1/4 cup distilled water. I will admit this was a little different than I expected using honey and all, but it ended up being one of the best exfoliating cleansers I have ever used- and that is saying a lot! My skin felt so fresh and beauitified! 😉
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Next I tried The Good Stuff Botanicals toner: Earth Tone! They infuse a combination of the beneficial herbs with apple cider vinegar for a 6 week period. Then add 100% alcohol-free witch hazel and voilà.. an unbeatable concoction perfect for all skin types! Helps to tone and tighten the skin, eliminate blackheads, aids with acne and troubled skin, minimizes wrinkles and fine lines. Great antiseptic and itch relief too! I have been waking up in the wee hours of the night with an itchy baby belly and this toner has been able to help cool and soothe it. Who would have thought?!
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I saved the product I was looking forward to trying the most, for last: The Good Stuff Botanicals Gypsy Cream! They really did go above and beyond creating this cream- and they know it! This nourishing Gypsy Cream was inspired by an old Gypsy recipe, and the desire to find a powerful combination of nature’s offerings to heal damaged skin that actually works without all the unneeded fillers and chemicals. After a year of tinkering and research, The Good Stuff Botanicals found the benefits of Hemp Seed Oil to be unmatched. Hemp Oil is the first ingredient in Gypsy Cream and makes up over 1/3 of this product compared to a suggested usage of 3% in cosmetic formulas. This cream is great for anti-aging, sunburn relief, and soothing healing skin. This cream is as smooth as butter, but did not leave my skin feeling too oily! I think I’m a fan of this whole hemp stuff ;)Also, this is another great product I can safely use on my itchy belly, or on my sometimes irritated hands! This cream is great for all seasons, but I know I will be getting the most use out of it come winter!

While it is VERY obvious I was a little pumped up about trying this arsenal of products by The Good Stuff Botanicals , they really lived up to their name & have totally blown me out of the water! I know they are very passionate about what they do and it is great to see people out there making quality products keeping their wholesome vision intact. Needless to say, I am very impressed with each item individually, but love using them together as well! It’s good stuff, y’all! 😉

To see more/order from The Good Stuff Botanicals you can click here! Be sure to visit them on Facebook & show them some love!

Feelin’ Good,
Brandi

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