Friday, November 4, 2011

Eco Emi Box: October

It's already November but I just want to post what I got from Eco Emi at the end of the October.

This time everything was in this reusable velvet mini tote.

*Candle in Rejuvenation by. Big Dipper Wax Works 

"This is such an amazing spicy uplifting cozy scent anytime of year but especially in the fall. Sweet Orange and Clove revive and help restore inner strength. 100% pure beeswax aromatherapy travel candles in recycled tins. Each therapeutic aromatherapy blend combines only the finest essential oils with the purest beeswax."

*Organic Vegan Lip Balm by. Crazy Rumors
"Sweet taste and the awesome cozy flavors. Incredibly soothing. Brew line is inspired by some of the worlds most exotic and aromatic herbal teas."
***What I got was peppermint lemongrass flavor.
       This works pretty well but I don't like the flavor...
       They have other flavors which are spiced Chai, apple spice, orange bergamot.

*Vegan organic Mulling Spice by. Simply Organic 
"This is so simple and will make your house smell sooo good! Perfect when entertaining or around a bonfire. Full of cozy spices such as clove, cinnamon, allspice, ginger and oranges."

***I haven't tried it yet so I cannot say anything about it...

*Gin Gin's Boost Ginger candy by. The ginger people 
"Ginger is very healthy for you and you should try to incorporate it often into your daily meals. Referred to as a potion for the motion, meaning it heals you of motion sickness or nausea. Gin Gins BOOST is a super-delicious, super-soothing candy packed with a whopping 30% fresh ginger, its a softer chewy texture with a warm ginger kick!"
***I love this soft candy!! This reminds me of Japanese chewy candy that a grandma usually has.

*Herbal Soap in Almond Spice by. Herbaria 

"This is an amazing line of soap from Herbaria. This soap is cruelty free, super hydrating and soothing. Cloves, cinnamon, citrusy, floral bergamot and natural almond essential oil make up this warm, comforting soap flecked with calendula petals.

***Another spicy scent, but I will try it:)

*Vegan Organic Bars by. Rise foods in Blueberry Coconut 
 "Great in your purse or desk drawer, super convenient, easy and such a delicious energy bar on the go! Made with almonds, coconuts, dates, brown rice syrup and more! NO gluten, GMO's, preservatives, dairy, soy or peanuts."

***This is delicious. Sweet but not too sweet and almond and coconuts are great combination.
     I would buy it.

*Organic Fair Trade oolong tea in Peach Blossom by. Zhenas Gypsy Tea
"Herbal tea is wonderful all year but especially while the seasons are changing and the cooler weather starts to trickle in. This flavor is not too fruity or sweet, just enough peach flavor. Great hot or over ice with some mint leaves"

***I like oolong tea and peach so I hope it's going to be a great combination. I cannot wait to try it.

*Neuma's hair care line
" They carry a large assortment of hair care items that are wonderful using renewable plant based ingredients, and organic extracts that are mild and do not test on animals leaving your hair soft, silky and full of shine. Their bottles are 85% recycled materials and the products are created with 100% wind power."
    --Renew shampoo and conditioner
      "These products are incredibly moisturizing bringing life back into dry and damaged hair. These two amazing products will restore volume and fullness with lasting body that works great for normal, fine or over processed hair."
    --Blow Dry Lotion
      "This is a must for those of you who blow dry often. Just add this to your towel dried hair and you will get maximum protection from the harsh wind and heat from your dryer."
     --Style Texturizer
        "This is a must when trying to create that perfect look. Not sticky or crunchy just silky smooth and perfect for creating your desired style."
     --Soothing Creme
       "This is wonderful for calming curly, frizzy hair or hair with static. This transforms your hair to be silky smooth and manageable."

If you wanna see what I got in September, Click here!

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