Coconut & Papaya Body Wash
Size: 13 fl. oz.
Product Description: A gentle, creamy body wash cleanses with nourishing Coconut Oil soap and vitamin-rich Papaya as our original blend of pure Shea Butter, Aloe Vera, and Vitamin E softens, soothes and renews skin.
Coconut & Papaya Lotion
Size: 13 fl. oz.
Product Description: A nutrient-rich, sweet-scented body lotion, created from our original blend of pure Shea Butter, Aloe Vera, Vitamin E, softening Coconut Oil, and vitamin-rich Papaya, provides superior, lasting hydration.
Product Description: This all-natural soap lathers up loads of sulfate-free suds, exfoliates with Papaya Enzyme and leaves your skin soft and silky from Shea Butter and Virgin Coconut Oil. Sweet-scented and nutrient-rich, the Nubian Heritage Coconut & Papaya Collection pays homage to the bounty of natural tropical ingredients.
Coconut & Papaya Hand Cream
Size: 4 oz.
Product Description: Our Coconut & Papaya Hand Creme is a delicate blend of nourishing Shea Butter, Coconut Oil, healing Aloe Vera and anti-aging Vitamin E, which delivers superior hydration and nourishment, transforming chapped dry skin into soft supple hands.
Product Description: Nubian Heritage infuses pure Shea Butter with Coconut Oil and Papaya Extract to create this extraordinary skin softener, moisturizer and protector. These Pacific Island beauty staples lend superb anti-aging and skin brightening properties to this Shea Butter treatment, which is high in vitamins, minerals and essential fatty acids.
Ingredients: These products are organic and contain… No Parabens, No Phthalates, No Paraffin, No UREA, No Propylene Glycol, No Mineral Oil, No Synthetic Fragrance, No PABA, No Animal Ingredients, No Petrolatum, No Synthetic Color, No DEA.
My Experience: When the box arrived, I promise I smelled the fragrance before opening the package. It was such a sweet, clean fragrance that I couldn’t wait to try the products. When I finally opened the package, all of the items were in tact. I was initially very impressed with the line up of products because I was surprised at the fact that they had everything from bar soap to hand cream with this fragrance. Each container was very easy to open and close with a great amount of product. I’m still shocked at how big the bar soap is!
My Results: These products are amazing! I love the sweet, fresh smell that they all have. Plus, they all give such great moisture. At times, I suffer from dry skin, but when using the body lotion and/or shea butter, I never experienced dry skin. Also, the lovely fragrance lasts most of the day. The hand cream became a staple in my bag without a doubt because of how well it moisturized my hands. Since I work part-time as a cashier, I definitely know the value in a long lasting hand cream and this did just the trick.
Price: As with most natural products, my limit is typically $10. However, these products weren’t far off from the mark and with the moisture quality and amount in each bottle, I can say they are worth the splurge. I have been using these products daily for over a month and haven’t used even half of the product in each bottle. You are definitely getting a bang for your buck.
Final Thoughts: What can I say? I am definitely impressed by these products. I haven’t owned many organic body products so this was a new yet pleasant surprise. I can’t get over how moisturizing these items are and the quantity in each bottle. Even the bar soap lasts a long time. These products make me reconsider the notion of organic products and I will definitely be looking more closely next time around.
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