Your skin is the largest organ of your body—and the one most susceptible to paint fights. Care for the suit that nature gave you with $50 worth of natural skin care products from Garden Girl Skincare for $25. All products are paraben-and phthalate-free, ensuring that you never have to make a Faustian trade-off between health and beauty.
Garden Girl offers four lines of skin care products: face, bath & body, lips, and baby care. You can check out its not-so-fine-print ingredients list, which includes such gentle components as cucumber extract, ground vanilla beans, and fountain-of-youth water (use sparingly) here. Fight the aging effects of nature with nature, using a line of repair+prevent potions. Rewind the VHS with a cookies and cream face masque ($38 for a 2-oz. jar) that dissolves impurities and tightens pores like a spell-check for your face. Dunk your head in a glass of milk to reap the full benefits.
Make shower time more lemony, limey, and jasminey with Jump Start Bath and Shower Gel ($16 for 8 oz.) or pamper your paws with Hand It To You, a hand cream loaded with antioxidants and rejuvenating moisturizers ($15 for 4 oz.).
Exfoliate your beautiful face with the Break Free Fruit Acid Gel ($50 for 4 oz.) cleansers and toners. Grace your lips with a gentle kiss from Mother Nature by gliding on 100% natural lip balm in Minty Smooth or Berry Silky ($3.50 each).
Here’s what a reviewer from Bionic Beauty said during her second review of Garden Girl Products:
- So, over the past few months I fell for Garden Girl all over again. I mean, who wouldn’t get love bumps and that silly tingly feeling just knowing what great products Garden Girl has and they’re free of parabens, petroleum products . . . , sulfates, and are never tested on the ‘lil critters. And be sure to check out the eco-friendly refill option! – Joycey Couture, Bionic Beauty
A reviewer from Mythbuster Beauty was completely smitten by the At Long Last cleanser (among others):
- The At Long Last Cleanser ($30) however, oh, I’m so in love! There are so many things I like about this cleanser, most notably the fact that my skin has remained so much clearer during my usual breakout period. . . . Most cleansers for oily skin have way too much lather and strip your face, but this gel has a minimal amount of lather and leaves my face feeling soft. ¬– Mo, Mythbuster Beauty
The Rights of Aging
Garden Girl Skincare brings you a number of treatments that zap you with magic to reduce the appearance of age. But be careful! Don’t reduce your age so much that you lose out on some of the rights and privileges that come with age. Here’s a guide to age-defined liberties:
Age 18: Right to vote
Age 30: Right to plan entire life around contents of DVR
Age 50: Right to be confused by the ordering process at Wendy’s
Age 65: Right to yell at anyone younger than you at any time
Age 77: Right to invest heavily in robot-body technology
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