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All-Natural Beauty: Body Lotion

All-Natural Beauty: Body Lotion

All-Natural Beauty_ Body LotionI love body lotion. It keeps skin soft and supple, while making sure you smell wonderful! Lotion is important for skin because good lotion will not only hydrate, but also help heal and protect skin. Furthermore, because the lotion’s ingredients will be absorbed into your skin, you want to make sure that you’re not piling on the chemicals. This is why I prefer to buy organic body lotion when possible.

Every pageant girl wants beautiful, soft skin. So why not make sure you can keep it glowing by using safe, organic products? Below are a few of my favorite (or highly rated) organic body lotions as well as a recipe or two if you’re the D.I.Y. type. Enjoy!

Organic Body Lotion Products:

1.    100% Pure Nourishing Body Cream (Coconut)

I received a sample of this in my Birch Box and absolutely loved it. It had a nice creamy formula, and was very hydrating. The biggest problem I usually have with body lotions are that they are too thin and do not hydrate enough. However, this product was perfectly thick and hydrating. I had a sample of the coconut one, and personally loved it. However, some people are not huge coconut fans. Luckily, they also have green apple, vanilla bean, and pink grapefruit to choose from!

2.    Bliss Body Butter (Lemon & Sage)

My mom received a set of bliss body butters for Christmas, and I quickly set out trying each and every one. The consistency is between thin and creamy, but still hydrating making it nice for the summer. These body butters are paraben free and contain Vitamin A and E, both of which are good for the skin. Furthermore, the body butters come in an array of lovely scents. I liked the lemon and sage because it smelled fresh and energizing due to the citrus.

3.    Alba Botanica Very Emollient Body Lotion (Unscented)

My parents use this body lotion, and naturally I was curious and helped myself to some. This lotion doesn’t smell like anything special, and because of this you can easily layer your perfume on top without any scent conflict. Furthermore, this stuff is gloriously thick, and thus super hydrating! It is paraben free and hypoallergenic, so it is great for those with sensitive skin.

4.    Nourish Organic Body Lotion (Almond Vanilla)

I received a sample of this product and was impressed by its all-organic list of ingredients! It has a pleasant smell and a very lightweight formula. This would be perfect for summer. Especially, for those living in more humid environments because the lotion is less thick than those mentioned above (but is also less hydrating). However, it is chalk full of good-for-you ingredients such as aloe vera, argan oil, and vitamin E making for beautiful, soft pageant-ready skin.

Still want more to choose from? Check out—Elle’s Beyond The Face: Moisturizing Lotions

Organic Body Lotion Recipes:

Here are some links to great D.I.Y. organic body lotion recipes!

Healing Oceans—Family Wellness Center: How to Make Body Lotion

Wellness Mama—Luxurious Homemade Lotion Recipe

Gorgeously Green: Lifestyle: How To Make a Simple Body Cream

P.S. What is your favorite all-natural body lotion? Let me know in the box below!

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3 comments

  • Madison Bai

    May 7, 2014

    Thank you for the shout out! I am happy to hear you are enjoying my articles. ☺ If you’re interested in makeup tutorials and beauty related product information for pageants or otherwise, your best bet is YouTube! One of my first blog posts was about finding “Glamour: In Under 15 Minutes” on YouTube (http://pageanttophdblog.com/beauty-tutorials-glamour-15-minutes/). Aside from the YouTubers I recommend in that article, I also think ClothesEncounters, HeyClaire, and Zoella are good. Additionally, check out our YouTube channel if you would like more pageant related advice (https://www.youtube.com/user/PGNTinterviewQueen).

    If you love fashion check out LookBook (http://lookbook.nu/) for a variety of styles. Also, FashionToast (http://www.fashiontoast.com/) is a very popular fashion blogger if you want something more personal. In terms of organic products, check out the book Gorgeously Green by Sophie Uliano (http://sophieuliano.com/) (https://www.youtube.com/user/gorgeouslygreen). Other than that, just reading and searching around is a great way to find other bloggers and sites that have what you’re interested in! ☺

  • Junko Koellner

    April 24, 2014

    Hmm it seems like your site ate my first comment (it was extremely long) so I guess I’ll just sum it up what I wrote and say, I’m thoroughly enjoying your blog. I too am an aspiring blog writer but I’m still new to everything. Do you have any points for first-time blog writers? I’d really appreciate it.

    • Madison Bai

      May 7, 2014

      I’m sorry that happened, but I am glad you decided to repost your comment! ☺ I am very happy to hear that you’re enjoying my blog posts, it is always inspiring to know that there are readers who like what I have to write. In terms of points for first time bloggers, there are many, but I’ll pick my top 5.

      1. Write for your audience. It is important to answer your readers’ questions and know what the demographic you’re writing for wants to read and know about.
      2. Write about things you know (and are passionate about). Personal anecdotes and writing confidently are important. If you know your subject matter well or are passionate enough to increase your knowledge about it, this shows in your writing.
      3. Write conversationally. Being able to write academically is important, but so is being able to reach a wide audience. Writing conversationally is a great way to communicate with a wider variety of people on a down-to earth level.
      4. Out of ideas? Ask your readers or friends! People will be happy to tell you what they want to read about or what they find interesting. Use your readers as a source of inspiration.
      5. Write frequently. Try to train yourself to post up to 3 times a week. The higher frequency of posts will usually draw more readers!

      Best of luck with your blog endeavors, and hope this helps! ☺

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