February 2016 Vitacost Haul
Doesn’t it always seem like the minute you run out of one thing, you run out of everything? That was the case for me last week. First I ran out of toothpaste. Next I ran out of dishwasher tablets. Then I ran out of rosehip oil, and the pattern just continued.
So, it seemed like the perfect time to place a Vitacost order (as if I really needed an excuse). Many of the things that I bought are new to me, so you’ll probably see some of them pop up in follow-up reviews and hopefully favorites posts as well!
(FYI- You can save 20% on any Vitacost skin care or hair care purchase using the promo code pamper.)
Acure is such a wallet-friendly nontoxic brand, but in this instance, a lower price doesn’t mean low quality. I haven’t used this soap yet, but Acure really has never failed me. Plus, I am a sucker for anything pumpkin scented (even if it isn’t pumpkin season right now).
This has been a favorite for ages, so while I’ve used other things, including oils, to moisturize my body, I just had to go back to it.
This is my second little bottle of rosehip oil from this particular brand. I’ve tried others, but I really like that this one comes with a dropper and have noticed that the vitamin E softens my skin. Find out how I use rosehip oil in my skin care routine here, here, and here.
Before I turned to natural products, I really loved a charcoal mask by Origins because it really sucked all of the impurities from my skin. I’m hoping that this one will be a nontoxic dupe!
These are my favorite dishwasher tablets. In fact, I even went so far as to dedicate an entire post to them not that long ago. That’s serious business, my friends.
Apricots are so good for the skin and digestive system, and I figured that these would be a great beautifying snack.
I’ve been using a toothpaste by Tom’s of Maine for awhile, but after hearing so many glowing reviews of this one, I figured that I’d make the switch. I haven’t used it yet, but I’ll definitely report back with my thoughts.
I go through rose water like crazy and spritz it onto my face throughout the day to keep it hydrated and refreshed. This is the first time that I’ve purchased one from this particular brand though.
I had matcha green tea a year or so ago and honestly hated it. But considering how good it’s loaded with antioxidants, I figured that I’d give it another try. This is a pretty big container, so I better like it this time!
I thought that this oil would be a nice little addition to my green cleaning routine.
Are you a fan of Matcha Green Tea? Any tips on how to prepare it?