Liven Up Your Daily Routine with The Body Deli's Fresh Food for the Skin!8:00 am
- vitamins and minerals
Fresh, raw, natural and organic ingredients (including organic yogurt, amino acids, fresh fruits and vegetables and all-natural plant oils) are blended together in small batches every day.
Take that, factory manufactured drugstore brands!
The other difference? These ones are refrigerated to keep 'em as fresh as possible! You simply keep them in your fridge. They have a refrigerated shelf life for 3-6 months.
There are products for your face, body, hair and even men-specific ones for all you fellas wanting in on the action!
The Body Deli says, "We like to focus on exfoliating, feeding/nourishment and hydrating. It is incredibly important tot be sloughing off dead skin cells daily, feeding your cells with the highest nutrionally viable superfoods available and hydrating in abundance."
So I tried a couple of their face products:
I know the value of exfoliating (clean, clear, smooth scrubbed skin), so I tried the Blueberry Fusion Scrub.
First of all, the smell of fresh blueberries is a great way to start your day! Secondly, this scrub gets all of the daily residue and dry skin off without scraping away at your face like sandpaper. It gently rubs away all of the bad stuff (thanks to ingredients like oatmeal and earth!) and leaves you with a smooth, shiny face.
Use it 2-3 times a week to keep your skin looking fresh and supple.
For getting at grime every day, you need a good cleanser.
I love the invigorating scent of the Fresh Cell Sage and Grapefruit Cleanser - so fresh!
Many cleansers contain harsh chemical detergents which strip away your skin's natural oils. Luckily, you won't find any of those here! This sulfate-free contains rich essential oils such as sage, grapefruit and tea tree that feel so good and keep your skin clear and breakout free. You only need 1-2 pumps applied to damp skin, which means it will probably last way longer than your current cleanser.
Hmmm. Freshly made products from real ingredients or ones that are pumped full of chemicals that can last forever?
I think you know the answer.