04, 12, 2015
Not only are a lot of us cautious about what ingredients we feed into our bodies nowadays, but also what we put on it as well. Companies like Ellovi are paying attention to what customers want while having a passion and drive to create the best and most purest natural skincare possible. What makes this certified vegan company something special is that they products never contain any synthetic chemicals, fillers, preservatives, or hidden ingredients. Ellovi was kind enough to send me over their products to try out, and as someone as myself who has been adapting into a healthier lifestyle I was ecstatic to try them out.
Vanilla Lip Butter
I have only a few favourite lip products and treatments but this lip butter came to me as a big surprise. In all honesty I underestimated this lip butter when I first received it, but after continuously using it every single day it became the only thing I grabbed for whenever my lips were dry. It’s been over a month now and I can’t live without this baby in my bag! It keeps my lips very moisturized and smooth, and I don’t ever really have to keep reapplying it unless after eating or drinking. I can see this being a major lifesaver for fighting off the cold winter temperatures which makes it the perfect lip product ever.
Chamomile Blossom Butter
There have been tons of positive feedback and reviews about Ellovi’s body butters so I was pretty excited to be able to try this one out. Boy does this NOT disappoint! This by far has been the best body butter formula I’ve ever tried since it keeps my skin very soft, extremely hydrated, and dare I say silky smooth – crazy enough there are only six ingredients used to make this body butter. It’s actually a very multipurpose product so it can also be used as a makeup remover, a night-time facial moisturizer, and best of all is suitable even for sensitive skin types. Since there are no chemicals or preservatives there’s also no strong lingering scents which can be taken as a pro or con to some people. Although the price tag can be a bit steep at $26 a pop, I believe it’s still worth every penny!
Have you tried any Ellovi products yet, and if so what are your favourites?