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February 10, 2012

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Michelle

I've read that calendula is excellent for the skin. Their products sound terrific - I'm totally checking them out. My strategy for dry winter skin? Organic virgin coconut oil. I use it all year long and it's terrific. I do add in some olive oil, make scrubs, and masks too. Mainly I try to eat healthy organic foods, exercise regularly, and drink clean water.

Peace. ;)

Micaela


Hi Michelle - yes, calendula is great for the skin! I like coconut oil mixed with other things - but on its own it has a heavy scent that I don't care for. Thanks for visiting!

Rieni

Hi Micaela,
This is wonderful.
I have lizard skin too (that's a funny way to say it, LOL)
Calendula hand cream seems to be the best to solve the problem.
Thanks for posting the review.

Moxie

LOL! Lizard skin. Yes, if I don't leave a rich hand lotion in spots, as you do, I would also have lizard skin. I have read about The Organic Skin Co, but I've never tried any of their products. Thank you for the review! x

Micaela


You are welcome Rieni - thanks for the opportunity to review the products!

Micaela


Hey Moxie - glad you found the review helpful. Thanks for stopping by!

Rosie

After reading your review I bought a tube of this and a couple of their other products on Amazon for 50% off. Awesome!

Micaela


That's great Rosie - I did not even know that Amazon carried the line! Enjoy!

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