No, I'm not crazy and I didn't lie to you, this is still the Kids Event, but I thought the mommas who are on here trying to win something great for their kids deserved the chance to win something great for themselves!
I had the chance to review some really great products from a company called South of France. As you know, I like good and unique smelling soaps, lotions, perfumes, etc. I found some really great ones from South of France.
I was sent the Almond, Citrus Mint and Honey French Milled Bar Soaps, The Tea Tree Sandalwood Glycerin Bar Soap, the Green Tea Liquid Soap and the Acai Pomegranate and Shea Butter Body Lotions.
So far, I have used the Citrus Mint French Milled Bar Soap, the Green Tea Liquid Soap and the Shea Butter Body Lotion and have loved them all.
I really like how light the body lotion is and how just a tiny bit goes a really long way. The lotion smelled light and fresh, not heavily perfumed and overbearing. The Green Tea Liquid soap has a nice clean scent and the color goes perfect in my master bath (I'm kind of weird like that and like for things to match). My favorite though is the Citrus Mint French Milled Bar Soap. I am extremely sensitive to bar soap for some reason. For one, I hate how it feels like it leaves a film on my skin and my skin always feels so dry after I use it. Also, I have some other sensitivities to it (but I don't want to get too personal LOL) so I was kind of feeling bad that they had sent me 4 bars of soap (which are huge, by the way). I decided to just test one out and see what happened though. I peeled off the wrapper and loved the smell of the soap. So different from any other kind of soap I have ever used. Then, to my surprise, it didn't leave a weird film on my skin. The true test though was seeing if I was sensitive to it and I have used it for the past 4 days with no sensitivity whatsoever! I am sold!
That brings me to wanting to share the companies goals and values with you...
The South of France Mission
South of France Natural Body Care is obsessed with the little guy. We’re so obsessed, in fact, that we’ll guarantee we have a product that’s perfect for you. All our products are crafted specifically to whisk you away from the ordinary — to break your routine and transform the time you spend in the shower into your daily luxurious getaway. An industry innovator and leader, South of France is dedicated to making natural body care options more accessible to individuals and families by emphasizing affordability and the idea that we can build safer, natural, better-for-you soaps, lotions and body washes.
Our Core Values
something just for you South of France offers an impressively wide variety of products & fragrances to ensure a perfect match for each customer — with over twenty unique fragrances, South of France covers the entire fragrance spectrum. Discover which scent will become the cherished disruption of your daily grind.
proactive products It’s difficult living in the age of science and technology, where information is abundant and scientists reveal daily how more and more of the products and substances we come into contact with are detrimental to our health. South of France has made a commitment to be diligent and proactive in seeking out this information, understanding how it applies to our products, and reassessing ways to make our products better for you. For example, South of France products don’t contain harmful chemicals such as EDTA, SLS, Parabens or Phthalates, even when many of our competitors continue to do so; another reason why the South of France experience is one that you can feel comfortable trusting.
do no harm The range of products under the South of France brand are Cruelty Free, which means they will never be tested on animals or contain animal by-products.
pride in quality South of France utilizes premium ingredients, such as Shea Butter, Pure Vegetable Glycerin, 100% natural Vegetable Oils, Mineral Pigments & Essential Oils, as well as the traditional Triple-French-Milled soap-making technique – all in an effort to provide customers a product with a measure of quality that is simply superior to the competition.
sustainability South of France searches for ingredients and packaging that decreases the impact on the natural environment. South of France also maintains East and West Coast divisions, which increases distribution efficiency and significantly reduces its carbon footprint.
Now, doesn't that sound like a company that you'd like to do business with? It does to me.
The really cool thing is that South of France would like to give one of my readers a South of France gift basket with an assortment of their body care products! Trust me, you should be excited about this. See below for how you can gain entries into this giveaway.
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This contest will be open until 11:59 PM on March 1st. At that time I will use random.org to determine the winner. The winner will then be emailed and have 24 hours to respond, otherwise I will choose a new winner. This contest is open to U.S. residents.
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I've been married to my husband, Brian, since June 12, 1999 and we have 3 amazing boys. I was fortunate enough to be able to stay home and raise my kids until they were all in school and I am thankful for that everyday. I'm a quirky, emotional, self-proclaimed dork and I've finally gotten to the point in my life where I'm cool with that.