Dec 16

Jovial gluten free pasta & cookies


Have you heard of Jovial cookies and pasta? I had heard of it, but I had never tried either until recently when I was asked to review them, and I am so glad I did!

Crafted in Italy using time-honored production methods and carefully selected varieties of rice, Jovial brown rice pasta is as close to traditional as gluten free can be. Jovial brown rice pasta was developed for taste and texture first, gluten free second. Master artisans in Tuscany, Italy have skillfully transformed 100% brown rice flour into the most authentic gluten free pasta available. There is no need to feel like you are sacrificing any longer when eating gluten free. This healthful pasta will adapt perfect to your favorite recipe.

Jeremy and I loved the firm texture and delicate flavor of the pasta. It was just as you would hope a gluten free pasta would taste. The pasta is available in 7 shapes, including: 

  1. penne
  2. fusilli
  3. caserecce
  4. capellini
  5. spaghetti
  6. lasagna
  7. tagliatelle

I can’t tell you the last time I had tagliatelle egg noodles, and Jovial’s has the taste and texture of traditional tagliatelle I remember eating years ago. 


Tagliatelle with Prosecco Chicken, Rainbow Chard & Heirloom Carrots. Click photo for recipe.

Tagliatelle with Prosecco Chicken, Rainbow Chard & Heirloom Carrots. Click photo for recipe.

Jovial cookies come in 3 varieties: 

  1. sour cherry
  2. chocolate cream
  3. fig filled

Jovial gluten free cookies are baked in small batches, ingredients are mixed by hand and a unique and delicate process hides the filling in the center of the cookie before baking. The fig filled cookie was the closest thing I have had to a fig newton in years. With a tempting soft center filled with Mediterranean fig filling, it was sumptuous yet not overly sweet. The cookies are individually wrapped in packages of 2 for freshness and convenience. The fig filled cookies are also casein free. 

Fig filled cookie

Fig filled cookie

The chocolate cream cookies were my favorite. These European style sandwich cream cookies have a slightly crunchy chocolaty outside, as opposed to the fig cookies which has a softer outside, and a classic Italian hazelnut, chocolate cream filling. 

Caring about the environment means caring about the packaging. Jovial Brown Rice pasta is packaged in a carton made from 80% recycled cardboard and is 100% recyclable. The inner bag is certified 100% compostable, made from FSC certified wood pulp.

The cookies are made in a facility that was specifically designed to ensure an absolutely safe product, but it is not dedicated gluten free.They bake with dedicated equipment on separate production days. Certified gluten free at less than 10PPM.  Jovial® brown rice pasta is made in a dedicated facility free of gluten, casein, eggs, tree nuts and peanuts, but may contain traces of soy.

You can purchase Jovial products online and in stores nationwide, including Whole Foods, Stop & Shops, and hundreds of natural food stores. To find a store location nearest you, click here


Disclaimer: I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.  I was not paid to write this review. 

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This entry was posted in cookie, Kosher, pasta, Product Review, Soy free and tagged , , , , , on 16 December, 2015.

Dec 15

IBS in America

Tracking PixelI meet so many people who, like myself, not only have a gluten allergy/intolerance/sensitivity, but also suffer from other gastrointestinal disorders. Below is a sponsored post by the American Gastroenterological Association (AGA), which commissioned the “IBS in America” survey, but include my own experiences and opinions of IBS. 

Irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) is a common disorder that affects the large intestine (colon). IBS commonly causes cramping, abdominal pain, bloating, gas, diarrhea and constipation. IBS is a chronic condition that you will need to manage long term. It affects nearly 35 million people in the U.S. alone. 

The “IBS in America” survey is the most comprehensive IBS survey ever conducted, polling more than 3,200 IBS sufferers and 300 physicians in an effort to better understand the condition. The survey highlights physical, social and emotional impact that IBS can have on individuals. 

The survey demonstrated that the symptoms of IBS are often so bothersome and unpredictable that they interfere with daily life at home, work and school, and many people suffer for years before seeing a doctor. AGA suggests three things individuals can do to help their doctor manage their IBS — Speak Up Early, Completely and Often. With open, honest conversations and feedback, doctors are more likely to be able to help their patients navigate their own IBS treatment path.


The “IBS in America” survey found that a majority of IBS sufferers (67 percent) responding to the survey reported experiencing abdominal and bowel symptoms for more than a year before talking with a doctor, while some (11 percent) wait a decade or more. Additionally, 8 in 10 respondents (85 percent) have discussed IBS with someone in addition to their doctor. A majority (59 percent) of respondents reported receiving advice from “non-doctors,” and 9 in 10 report following this advice. It is time to replace speculation with science.


Recurring symptoms like abdominal pain, constipation, diarrhea, bloating or cramping can impact people physically, emotionally and socially. Symptoms were so bothersome survey respondents would give up caffeine (55 percent), their cell phone/internet (47 percent) or even sex (40 percent) for one month for the chance to feel one month of relief. Seven in 10 respondents reported suffering from common IBS symptoms at least two to three days per week, and nearly one in four (22 percent) report they are “not at all” able to accurately predict if they will experience symptoms on any given day. IBS symptoms interfered with their productivity and performance, on average, nine days each month, and caused those respondents to miss school/work two days per month, on average.


I was in high school and then college when my symptoms first started. Soon after I was diagnosed with a gluten intolerance but the IBS diagnosis, and symptoms persisted. For me, it was diet and exercise that helped, and still help me to this day, to avoid bloating, and all the other not-so-fun symptoms of IBS. 

Because symptoms can vary between patients, there’s not one list of off-limit foods. However, by avoiding some of the most common culprits of IBS symptoms, you may notice more regularity as well as less cramps and bloating.

For me, eating fiber every day is a must. But if I over do it, then I have problems. Finding the right balance took time. 

French fries and other fried foods are rough on my stomach. I don’t eat them often but when I do it really effects my IBS. I’ve tried to cut out fried foods, but when a restaurant has gluten free fried calamari on the menu, I can’t resist! This might sound familiar to some of you, and just remember moderation is key with fried foods. 

Artificial sugar was reeking havoc on my stomach. Once I gave up all artificial sugar, and switched to sugar in the raw for my morning coffee, I noticed a big difference in my bloating and discomfort. 

I was also diagnosed with lactose intolerant a few years ago, which I learned is very common with many IBS patients. This means my system can’t digest lactose in milk products, but for some reason, I am able to tolerate greek yogurt.

If you are interested in learning more about the survey results, join Dr. Kara Gross Margolis and Dr. Andrea Shin from AGA for a webinar on Thursday, December 17, 2015 at 1pm EST as they discuss the survey results 


While all experiences and opinions are my own, this post is sponsored by the American Gastroenterological Association (AGA), which commissioned the “IBS in America” survey, the most comprehensive IBS survey of both patients and physicians ever conducted, polling more than 3,200 sufferers and 300 physicians to better understand this condition, with the financial support of Ironwood Pharmaceuticals, Inc. and Allergan plc. For full survey results, visit 

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This entry was posted in Product Review and tagged on 15 December, 2015.

Dec 08

Zahler Magnesium


Magnesium is the fourth most abundant mineral in our bodies (following Calcium, Phosporus and Potassium). It is vital to health.  And MANY of us are deficient in it. The majority of magnesium is stored in our bones and most of the remainder is in our cells. Very little actually circulates in our blood. That little bit in our blood however, is crucial to our heart and plays a key role in maintaining a regular heart beat. It also helps maintain normal muscle and nerve function, keeps the heart rhythm steady, and keeps bones strong. Magnesium is needed for more than 300 metabolic reactions in the body.

As you grow older, your body becomes less efficient and effective in absorbing important vitamins and minerals. So, despite a healthy diet rich in fresh organic vegetables, you may still come up short in certain nutrients. Many people, including myself, have to take magnesium supplements. 

Zahler’s Magnesium Citrate is a bioactive full potent magnesium supplement. Zahler’s Magnesium Citrate is a highly absorbable, fast-acting magnesium supplement which helps regulate both blood sugar and blood pressure levels, alleviates constipation, contributes to energy production, and helps normalize the levels of many important nutrients.


Each capsule contains 200mg of magnesium, 50% of the DRV. 

Zahler’s Magnesium Citrate is gluten free, soy free, dairy free, kosher and made in the USA. You can purchase a 30-day supply (60 capsules) Mahler’s Magnesium Citrate on Amazon for $9.07 and a 60-day supply (120 capsules) for $16.22. 




Disclaimer: I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.  I was not paid to write this review. 

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This entry was posted in dairy free, Kosher, Product Review, Soy free, vitamins and tagged , , , , on 8 December, 2015.

Dec 04

Great Taste No Gluten Health System – Book Review & 15% off promo code




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For many, eliminating gluten may not be enough to bring about lasting relief. That’s because even if their diet is completely gluten-free, if they are eating foods and meals that encourage poor digestion, they may continue to suffer. And not even know why! So the key to real relief from gluten-related health issues is to not only eliminate gluten from your life, but also to help support your body’s digestive process in general to encourage the complete breakdown of all your foods and ease the overall burden on your digestive system.
The effects of poor digestion can reach far beyond your digestive tract and cause other problems from head to toe. Ok, maybe some of you do know that but, when your digestion is not carried out as it should be, that may also cause poor elimination of wastes and deficiencies of certain essential nutrients, which in turn can interrupt the proper functioning of all of your body’s cells, tissues and organ systems. Plus lacking needed nutrients can lead to frequent feelings of hunger, which can result in excess weight and obesity. So, it is crucial to help support your body’s digestive process to encourage the proper breakdown of all your foods, promote efficient elimination of wastes and absorption of nutrients, and ease the overall burden on your digestive system. And a great place to start with this health-supporting goal is by putting the power of nutritious real foods to work for you with the Great Taste No Gluten plan.
The Great Taste No Gluten, by Sherry Brescia, is a one-of-a-kind, gluten free eating plan that shows you how to recognize and avoid hidden sources of gluten, plus gives you a collection of delicious gluten-free recipes. But it doesn’t stop there. Because Great Taste No Gluten takes an additional giant step beyond all other gluten-free plans by teaching you the principles of proper food combining, which is an eating lifestyle that centers on pairing foods together that require similar digestive enzymes (acid versus alkaline) so as to make meals less taxing on the system and encourage more efficient and complete digestion.
Great Taste No Gluten is the only program ever developed that incorporates proper food combining principles with gluten-free recipes and guides! This plan not only guides you in avoiding gluten and recognizing it in various foods and other sources, but also includes 160 mouth-watering recipes and easy to follow guides for pairing foods together in your meals to promote easier digestion. With Great Taste No Gluten, you can still enjoy foods you love and delicious meals that will leave you satisfied.
The Great Taste No Gluten plan:
  • Will explain why gluten is such a problem these days for increasing numbers of people—and why gluten-related health problems will most likely continue to skyrocket
  • Will tell you about the many faces of gluten sensitivity, and why gluten-related symptoms go far beyond just a stomach ache or diarrhea
  • Will show you the many places that gluten may be hiding, including non-food sources of gluten you might not even be aware of
  • Will show you how simple it is to put together gluten-free meals that are easier for your system to break down and that taste positively spectacular
See for yourself what a difference it can make in how you feel when you not only eliminate gluten from your life, but also encourage your digestive system to work more like it should! Use promo code hbaf2015 to save 15% off your purchase of Great Taste No Gluten. (code never expires)
The Great Taste No Gluten plan includes these Four Key Guides:
Guide #1: Unraveling the Gluten-Free Mystery
Guide #2: Your Gluten-Free Kitchen
Guide #3: Gluten-Free Substitutions
Guide #4: Gluten-Free Grain Guide
This handy guide details several gluten-free flours, meals, grains and seeds to incorporate into your gluten-free cooking, which can help make the transition to gluten-free cooking easy and delicious, and ensures that you will still be able to enjoy the nutty flavor of grains in your favorite dishes.

The cookbook really lives up to expectations. Sharing the same proven food-combining techniques for better health, it gives you more than 160 of the most delicious recipes for soups, stews, meats, pasta dishes, seafood, salads, desserts, breads, snacks, and dressings you’ve ever tasted. The recipes I’ve made so far are delicious delicious AND super easy to prepare! The recipes call for ingredients that I have on hand or are easy to find, nothing too expensive, hard to find, or just plain bizarre that you think to yourself when will I ever use that again? I also learned so much about how to properly combine foods so that they digest properly and I don’t feel so bloated. Thank you Sherry!  

Use promo code hbaf2015 to save 15% off your purchase of Great Taste No Gluten. (code never expires)


Disclaimer: I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free.  Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.

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This entry was posted in book, cookbook, Product Review and tagged , , on 4 December, 2015.

Dec 02

WonderVeg Vegetable Spiralizer


Do you ever scroll through instagram and see all the delicious looking vegetable spaghetti dishes and wanted to know how they were made? I have a handheld spiralizer and my veggies NEVER turn out that way. The only thing I can use the handheld spiralizer for is cucumbers and zucchini, nothing else works for me, so how does it work for everyone else?! Well, the answer came along for me in the form of the WonderVeg Vegetable Spiralizer. When I was offered the chance to try the WonderVeg Spiralizer I just knew I was going to love it. 

If you have been looking for a spiralizer, or maybe you want to incorporate more veggies into your diet, then I highly recommend the WonderVeg Vegetable Spiralizer. I’ve had my WonderVeg for two weeks, and I have made zucchini chips, curly fries, veggie spaghetti, and potato chips… the possibilities are endless! 


Right out of the box the product is pre-assembled and ready to use. No assembly required. :) It has three different blade attachments that are beyond easy to interchange for your choice of veggie slicing. And it couldn’t be easier to use. All you need to do is cut off one end of your vegetable, set it on the WonderVeg, and turn the handle. Then, perfect shreds, chips, and slices of veggies waiting for you to cook or just eat raw! It really is that easy to operate. Unlike the handheld noodle makers where you do all the work, this machine requires NO Strong Hands. It is 100% safe, your hands never get anywhere near the sharp surfaces.


This Vegetable Spiralizer has 3 stainless steel blades for versatility:

  1. Shredder: creates long, spaghetti-like spiral strands (zucchini noodles, vegetable spaghetti, curly fries)
  2. Chipper: creates long, thick spiral strands
  3. Straight: creates long, ribbon-like strands (for making potato chips as snacks)

This PREMIUM vegetable spiralizer has powerful suction feet for stability on your table. This makes it even easier to operate! The WonderVeg Spiral Slicer is made from high quality BPA-free ABS stainless plastic frame.


The WonderVeg Vegetable Spiralizer will give you healthy zucchini spaghetti,vegetable pasta/noodles, and apple slices within seconds. This has become one of my favorite kitchen gadgets!

The WonderVeg Vegetable Spiralizer comes with a cleaning brush that easily removes the tiniest pieces of veggies and helps you avoid have to touch the sharp blades. Plus, it is dishwasher safe, for an easier and quicker clean up.  You can purchase The WonderVeg Vegetable Spiralizer on Amazon on sale from $59.95 to $21!! 



Disclaimer: I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free.  Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers. I was not paid to write this review.

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This entry was posted in Product Review and tagged on 2 December, 2015.

Dec 01

Urban Farmhouse Personalized Wine Glasses

I love wine! But you know that already. For those of you out there that love wine, or who have wine-loving friends and family, then I think you are going to love today’s post! 


Urban Farmhouse Tampa specializes is personalized gifts, great for wedding party gifts (I hope my bridal party is not reading this!) and perfect for holiday gifts!  Personalized wine glasses from Urban Farmhouse Tampa make a great gift for those who enjoy sitting back and sipping wine around the holidays! Each custom glass is customized with a laser engraving machine for a unique gift that will last many years. The glasses are dishwasher safe and have a lifetime guarantee on engraving quality. 

These snowflake wine glasses are just one of hundreds of personalized gifts Urban Farmhouse Tampa offers. From wine glasses, beer glasses and mason jars, to coasters, hammers and ornaments, they can personalize just about anything! 

So if you are looking for a unique personalized gift for this holiday season, then check out Urban Farmhouse Tampa on Etsy! And you can save 10% off any purchase of $25 or more with promo code HOTHOLIDAYGIFTS!

I am giving a set of four snowflake glasses ($42) to one of my best friends, so that is why you do not see any personal pictures in this post, I don’t want to ruin the surprise in case she is reading this post! Who are you buying for this year? Do you think they would like these personalized snowflake wine glasses

Disclaimer: I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free.  Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers. I was not paid to write this review.

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Nov 30

Gluten Free Cyber Monday Deals

Did you avoid the mall on Black Friday? I did. I didn’t want anything to do with the mayhem that takes place that day. But I still want to get a Jump start on my holiday shopping, and avoid the stores this holiday season as much as I can. And you can too with these great Gluten Free Deals! Below is a list of my favorite Gluten Free gift ideas that are offering Cyber Monday specials. Start shopping today and take advantage of these spectacular savings!

Try LoveWithFood at 15% off for Cyber Monday and get a 2 year subscription of Rachael Ray Magazine and $100 worth of gift cards included!

Perfect for any foodie, Love with Food, helps you discover new gluten free organic or all-natural snacks delivered to your door every month, starting as low as $10/month. Every month, Love With Food members will receive a curated box of unique, hard-to-find tasty snacks which varies based on seasonal themes and a bonus 2 year subscription to Rachael Ray Magazine and $100 in gift cards on Monday only!


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Amazon if offering Amazing deals all day long, including deals on gluten free grocery and gourmet food items. Save on beverages, snacks, candy, breakfast and more. And don’t forget to check out all the coupons you can use. It’s just like shopping at the grocery store, but without having to leave the house! 
Tate’s Bakeshop, makers of gluten free cookies and gift baskets, is offering 20% For the Holidays.



Tate’s Bakeshopseller of Gluten Free cookies and gift baskets, is offering 20% off until December 2, 2015 with code CYBERMONDAY



On Cyber Monday, Abe’s Market will have over 1,000 products on sale for up to 50% including items from your favorite gluten free brands, and shoppers can see additional savings when they stack these one-day only coupon codes on top of the sale price! AND, Free Shipping on all orders over $49.


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Need to work off those extra calories you ate during Thanksgiving? Check out Reebok for 50% off site wide with promo code CYBER. And get Free Shipping on all orders over $125 until December 19th. 


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Nov 23

Gluten Free Pine Bros Softish Throat Drops



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With another snowy and cold winter predicted for this year, I am preparing early. Taking vitamin C pills [almost] daily, when I remember (!), stalking up on cough medicine and Pine Bros throat drops.

Ulysses S. Grant was President, the population of America hovered at 39 million, and the telephone was still a pipe dream, when in 1870 J. Herman Pine hung out a confectionery shingle on 8th Street above Walnut in Philadelphia and, along with his brother, sold their first batch of what they called ‘Pine Brothers Glycerine Tablets.’ In an attempt to relieve his own sore throat and those of his family members, Mr. Pine, a former German confectionery maker, determined that by combining the soothing natural qualities of glycerin with the healing properties of gum acacia, he could sooth and mitigate the mild discomfort of a sore throat. Add in some natural flavoring and a sweetener and voila, Pine Brothers Softish Throat Drops were born.

Pine Bros Softish Throat Drops are available in four flavors: Lemon Citrus, Natural Honey, Wild Cherry, and Black Licorice. In 2015-2016 they plan on releasing a new flavor— Lemon Citrus. The original recipe has not changed since it was first introduced to the public over 140 years ago.

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The texture is unlike any other cough drop I’ve had. It’s smooth and, well, a “soft drop”.  They are not chewy, but dissolve smoothly to form a coating, soothing syrup down my throat.

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All drops are gluten free and only 5 calories per drop. Please note, Pine Bros are manufactured in a facility that processes peanuts and tree nuts. The only thing I don’t like is that the licorice flavor uses artificial coloring, so I don’t think I’ll ever try those.

Pine Bros products are available nationwide at CVS, Rite Aid, Safeway, Kroger,
or at your local drugstore or supermarket, and can be purchased online.

Disclaimer: I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free.  Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers. I was not paid to write this review.

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This entry was posted in Product Review and tagged on 23 November, 2015.

Nov 19

November is Gluten Free Diet Awareness Month

In honor of November being Gluten-Free Diet Awareness Month, I’ve partnered with Foster Farms to share some things I wish other people knew about living a gluten-free life.

What is Gluten? Gluten is a protein found in wheat, barley, rye and triticale.  Gluten helps foods maintain their shape, acting as a glue that holds food together. Basically, it binds starches together.

Why do people go on a Gluten-free Diet? A gluten-free diet is the only way those diagnosed with celiac disease, an antoimmune disease, can receive relief from their gastrointestinal symptoms.  People with non-celiac gluten intlerance or sensitivity do not have damage to their intestinal lining. However, they experience headaches, bloating, fatigue, or diarrhea after eating foods containing gluten. As a result, they find that a gluten-free diet improves the quality of life. 

Wheat is commonly found in breads, baked goods, soups, pasta, cereals, sauces, salad dressings, and roux.

Barley is commonly found in malt, food coloring, soups, malt vinegar, and beer.

Rye is commonly found in, rye bread, such as pumpernickel, rye beer, and cereals.

Triticale is a newer grain, specifically grown to have a similar quality as wheat, while being tolerant to a variety of growing conditions like rye. It can potentially be found in breads, pasta, and cereals.

Gluten is often used as an inexpensive filler or thickening agent in many food products and can be hidden in many unsuspecting products. Make sure to always check labels and ingredient lists.  

For those who do not have celiac disease or gluten sensitivity, they do not think twice about the pot they use to boil water, the plate they put food on or even the shelf where grocery items are stored, but for people with celiac disease, these every day considerations can be a virtual mine field. That’s because gluten can show up just about anywhere in our food supply chain — even if it’s not intended — from growing to processing to preparation and consumption. When a person with celiac disease eats foods or products that contain gluten, it triggers an autoimmune reaction in which the intestines are damaged and nutrients cannot be absorbed for use by the body. Cross-contamination — when a gluten-free food comes into contact with gluten — is a common concern for those with celiac disease or gluten sensitivity. But there are ways to reduce the risk:

Thanks to the increasing selection of gluten-free foods, it has become far easier for people with gluten problems to eat healthy diets and find good tasting alternatives. Unfortunately, not all the foods being marketed are healthy. Some are high in saturated fat or cholesterol. Others may be high in calories but contain very little in the way of nutrition. So, just because something is gluten free does not mean it is healthy (another common mistake many non-celiac people think!)


What is the one piece of advise you would share with other who are new to the gluten free diet OR with people who do not know about gluten free?



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Nov 18

C*Perfect Skin Organic Foaming Face Cleanser is Gluten Free

This Organic Foaming Cleanser from Sweetsation Therapy will be a favorite of anyone. The Foam delivery of the product (rather than a liquid form) makes it very gentle on the skin, and making it ideal for all skin types. I’ve tried a fer products from Sweetsation Therapy now, and this is by far my favorite. 


You only need to use a small amount and it removes everything; make up, sunscreen, etc. It does not dry my face out at all. My face actually feels so refreshed after I use it, and I love that the ingredients are all natural and organic. 

The proprietary combination of Papaya, Strawberry, Apple, Banana and Vitamin C help to keep your skin soft and clear. 

Ingredients: Purified Water, Saponified Organic oils of Cocos Nucifera (Coconut Oil), Organic Helianthus Annuus (Sunflower), and Organic Castor Seed, Kosher Vegetable Glycerin, Guar Gum, Juglans regia (Walnut) Seed Oil , Organic Argania spinosa (Argan) Oil), Pyrus Malus Extract (Apple), Citrullus lanatus Extract (Watermelon), Fragaria vesca Extract (Strawberry), Musa spp Extract (Banana), Carica Papaya (Papaya), Organic Urtica Dioica (Nettle), Organic Matricaria Recutita (Chamomile), Organic Calendula Officinalis (Calendula), Organic Litsea cubeba (Litsea) Oil, Vanilla Absolute, Organic Ganoderma Lucidum (Reishi), Sodium Ascorbyl Phosphate (Vitamin C), Hyaluronic Acid, Cucumis Sativus (Cucumber), Organic Camellia Sinensis (Green Tea), Macrocystis Pyrifera (Kelp), Citric Acid, Rosemary Seed Extract.

Disclaimer: I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free.  Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers. I was not paid to write this review.


This entry was posted in organic, Product Review, skin care and tagged , , on 18 November, 2015.