You’re Gonna Love Me: Tropical Traditions Lavender Liquid Soap
Or perhaps I had never smelled pure lavender essential oil. When you smell the good stuff . . . ahh, it is pure nostril enjoyment.
I use lavender essential oil for a variety of body ailments and for relaxation. I have only successfully grown lavender in my garden once.
Lavender and I are friends. When I discovered that Tropical Traditions had combined lavender with their coconut liquid foam soap . . . my hands begged me to try it out.
And they weren’t disappointed.
I wash my hands a lot throughout the day. During the winter season, I used to DREAD washing my hands. They would become painfully dry and split from all of the times I had to wash my hands after changing a diaper to washing dishes for five people . . .
BUT I just realized that this year I have YET to have this problem.
I have the Tropical Traditions liquid soap foam pump at my kitchen sink. And I hope that I don’t gross you out, but often I wait to wash my hands from a dirty diaper that was changed upstairs until I get to the kitchen sink downstairs. The lavender hand soap smells good and leaves my hands feeling soft and moisturized without using lotion!
You won’t believe the ingredient list – organic virgin coconut oil and an organic essential oil, if that is what you ordered! They are packaged in a foam pump dispenser that adds air to the soap, causing a rich lather of foam to come out. You can also purchase a 32 oz refill container and use the foaming pump over and over again (that is what we do for our bathroom dispenser).
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Tropical Traditions Lavender Liquid Foam Soap Pump?
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Contest ends 03/01/10 at Midnight
Author’s Note: I was given this product to review from Tropical Traditions, and I do not have to return the product to the vendor. I was not paid for this post. All opinions expressed in this post are mine unless otherwise noted.