Wednesday, October 7, 2009

Review: Eden Allure Argan Oil and Soap



Hi ladies! I talked about Argan Oil awhile back, and since then have had an opportunity to try some other brands. Today's post is about Eden Allure Argan Oil and Soap. I was given the opportunity to try both of these, and Wow!

 Eden Allure's Argan Oil is 100% pure, so it can be used on your body, face, and hair. Most Argan Oil treatments for your hair aren't pure Argan Oil, they're a mix, and have silicones in them, and therefore aren't a good idea to use on your skin, especially your face! Eden Allure's Argan Oil is fragrance-free, and comes in a bottle with a pump. The pump really helps eliminate messiness. I haven't tried it on my face yet, but I have used it in my hair. The consistency is a lot different than typical Argan Oil hair treatments, it's a little bit thicker. I hardly had to use any, and it left my curly hair shiny, and really cut down on frizz. It is a bit pricey at $30 for 2.2 oz., but if you want to try pure Argan Oil you should check out their site.

Now, on to the soap. Eden Allure sent me two kinds; grapefruit and lavender. So far I've only tried the lavender soap, but I really like it. The soap really smells like fresh lavender. The soap is made with Argan oil, organic coconut oil, organic palm oil, and organic sunflower oil. It has a really nice lather, and it left my skin soft without being oily. I'm kind of picky about soaps, but I have to say that I liked this one. It makes my entire bathroom smell like lavender, and I promptly need a nap. :) Each bar of soap is $8.

If you want more info, or want to check out their soaps check out the Eden Allure website.

I'm going to be posting some more reviews of Argan Oil brands soon, so stay tuned! Have you tried Eden Allure? What's your opinion?

1 comment:

Anna said...

I found that organic soap is much better for my skin, im using Abahna just now!!the products are amazing foir your skin-natural and the smell great for quite a long time after you have bathed.