Seventh Generation: What Is Natural Beauty To You? #7DayJourney

by Diana Ajih on March 5, 2013

in Green Products

I’m celebrating natural skincare with Seventh Generation by taking on the 7 day journey to natural beauty.

So what does natural beauty mean to me?

Well natural beauty is defined in many ways but, I look and feel beautiful everyday because I’m comfortable in my own skin. I think what you feel on the inside will manifest on the outside letting your natural beauty shine through.

Now, that doesn’t mean that we can’t all do with some help every now and then or daily if you like. I love testing all kinds of beauty products from hair care to makeup. I especially love products that are eco-friendly and can enhance our natural beauty which is why I decided to take on the 7 day journey with Seventh Generation skincare.

Seventh Generation is a new line of personal care products, derived from plant and mineral based materials and not harsh chemicals and additives like other brands, which helps bring out you healthiest and most beautiful skin.

I had the chance to review their new line of products:

My daily routine included the Peppermint Cleansing Bar, Mandarin Hand wash, Chamomile Sensitive Care Lotion, Lavender Nourishing Body Wash, and Lavender Cleansing Cloths. I love that these products are all-natural with essential oils, botanical extracts, and plant-based ingredients.

I’ve been using the products for a couple days now and I’ve already noticed a difference in my skin. The body wash and soap doesn’t dry out my skin which is what you expect at times from products made with harsh chemicals. The lotion is very moisturizing and leaves my skin so soft. I also love all the simple scents from this line.

Seventh Generation wants to get you started on your journey to natural beauty.

Visit 7 Day Journey to natural beauty for tips and information on their new line of USDA approved biobased products ranging from facial wipes to body lotion!

This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Seventh Generation. The opinions and text are all mine.

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