3.30.2011

One Love Organics!

One Love Organics is a brand dedicated to creating supreme products that are filled with exactly what your skin truly needs. They use only the highest grade of ethically sourced raw materials and even go so far as to hand make and hand fill their products. The real selling factor for me was that their products are so pure that you can use them on anyone - even your newborn child.

I really liked all three products I tried from One Love Organics. The Easy Does It Foaming Cleanser was gentle and easy to use. It is made using only plant based ingredients and I found it to be soothing to my skin. The foaming lather didn't leave my skin feeling dry and I would definitely use this on a daily basis. I also thought that the Brand New Day Microderma Scrub and Masque was a really cool product. I loved how effective it was as a facial scrub but still so gentle I could use it daily on my sensitive skin. I thought it was really neat that it could also be used as a body scrub as well. However, my favorite feature of this product was the ability to use it to create distinctly different facial masks. You can simply mix it with 1-2 tablespoons warm water to create a mask or you can change things up by adding ingredients from your kitchen. Mixing the powder with raw honey (my favorite combo) creates a mask that so moisturizing (and healing) or you can mix it with yogurt to get a mask that becomes an astringent  & cleanser. It's pretty cool to have one product that has so many possibilities.

My absolute favorite was the Skin Savior. I was just amazed at all the uses it has! I used it mainly as a moisturizer and with this product - a little goes a long way. I would keep it in my purse and use it on my children as well because their skin was getting so dry during these cold months. It also makes a great cleanser because you basically give your face a massage with it and then wipe off with warm water. It was perfect for removing makeup and I loved that it left my skin feeling extremely moisturized. My favorite thing to do with this unique product is to create makeup out of it. You can actually mix it with your mineral powders to create an exceptional foundation. The coverage is easy to adjust based on how much powder you add to this amazing multi-use balm. You can mix it in your hand and then apply with a makeup brush. I loved being able to create basically a light tinted moisturizer for my skin. Once applied you simply set it with a light coat of powder. The more you use Skin Savior the more uses you find for it. I am completely addicted to this wonder product.

Simply Stated - This brand has put such great attention to their products and the result is truly superior results. I use them daily and continue to be impressed with their quality.

One lucky reader will win their own set of all three amazing products I spoke about above complete with the adorable carrying case you see in the picture! To enter to win the Essentials To Go Travel Kit - visit One Love Organics and comment back with the answer to the following question: What do you think are the top 3 reasons not to include water in beauty products? The deadline to enter is April 7th at midnight EST and this giveaway is open to US Residents only. You can increase your winning chances by the methods below: THIS GIVEAWAY IS NOW CLOSED.
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72 comments:

Tiffany said...

1. reduces the effectiveness of the main ingriedients
2. makes the product to wet
3. stops the absorption in your skin



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Denise S. said...

I'm only guessing here:
1. Its cheap and you aren't getting as much for your money
2. It makes the product runny
3. Might effect the other ingredients negatively

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kendra22 said...

We give skin what it needs, using only ingredients that provide direct benefits. (Hint: water isn't one of them.

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kellyr78 said...

1. water doesn't directly benefit the skin.
2. Removing water from their products helps prevent risk of bacterial and fungi growth
3. Not adding water increases the actual product concentration

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lilun2005 said...

1. Makes product less effective.
2. Makes product too runny.
3. Water is free, so you aren't getting your money's worth!

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BethElderton said...

1. Leaving the water out prohibits fungal growth
2. Dilutes the effectiveness of the plant oils
3. Actually inhibits the absorption of the beneficial ingredients
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Stephanie said...

1. It dilutes the product's potency.
2. It will over-hydrate your skin, causing blemishes.
3. It gives an undesired consistency to the product.

Anonymous said...

1 makes it runny
2. makes it less effective
3 makes it cost less

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turner.jordan said...

Not using water allows the product to be 1-more concentrated and therefore more environmentally friendly 2- helps prevent bacterial and fungal growth 3- and water doesn't directly benefit the skin. Interesting!!
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Melissa said...

1. dilutes the product
2. encourages bacterial and fungal growth
3. Decreases absorbance into skin

alissa4illustration said...

Top 3 reasons: 1) Lasts longer 2) Prevents bacterial and fungi growth 3) Good on the environment.
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Tabathia said...

1.It dilutes the product
2. Makes it less effective
3.too much of a good thing
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Melissa O. said...

They said that it doesn't directly benefit your skin. I'd also imagine that it dilutes the products and using water also allows a company to create more volume of product without any added value, and this company chooses not to do that.

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hbbs55 said...

1. Makes product less effective.
2. stops the absorption in your skin
3. Removing water from their products helps prevent risk of bacterial and fungi growth

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julis55 said...

1. water doesn't directly benefit the skin.
2. reduces the effectiveness of the main ingriedients
3. Not adding water increases the actual product concentration

ky2here said...

1- some dirts are oil based and like cuts like
2- creates a barrier for some serums to work properly
3- dries the skin by stripping essential oils

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Jan said...

1. makes it less effective.
2. sometimes can make it too runny
3. diffuses the oils.

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rsbryswrrl said...

1. It waters down the product.
2. Gives poor consistency/texture.
3. Reduces effectiveness.

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jsc123 said...

Product is more effective without water

You use less when water is not added

Product is pure and therefore safe for all members of my family.

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Jan said...

This company doesn't use water:
so their products aren't watered down
because water can promote bacteria
because water doesn't benefit our skin.
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Falon H. said...

Water cannot dissolve oil buildup on the skin.

Water is not occlusive, therefore unlike many oils, it does nothing to prevent transepidermal water loss.

Water evaporates, so it does not effectively moisturize or lubricate the skin.

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AmyLynn said...

1. Reduces effectiveness
2. The addition of preservatives
3. Runny product

Anonymous said...

1.makes it runny.
2. not adding water makes the product stonger.
3.it will overhydrate your skin causes blemishes.
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Chisum Crew said...

1. water doesn't directly benefit the skin.
2. Removing water helps prevent risk of bacterial and fungi growth
3. Not adding water increases the actual product concentration

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kat said...

1) Removing water from their products helps prevent risk of bacterial and fungi growth
2) It will over-hydrate your skin, causing blemishes.
3)Makes it less effective

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susan1215 said...

1. Water is free, so I'm not getting my money's worth

2. Removing water from their products helps prevent risk of bacterial and fungi growth

3.It dilutes the product's potency.

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kakihara said...

1. stops the absorption in your skin
2. reduces the effectiveness of the main ingredients
3. strips skin of essential oils

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BusyWorkingMama said...

1) water makes the product less effective
2) water makes products runny
3) water isn't always beneficial to the skin
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Tylerpants said...

The top 3 reasons not to include water in beauty products: You get less product, it's a useless filler ingredient and no has direct benefit to the skin. tylerpants(at)gmail.com

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pridelandmama said...

1. Not adding water makes the active ingredients more concentrated.
2. Makes product last longer.
3. You can use a smaller amount at a time.
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susansmoaks said...

1. the product isn't as strong
2. you get less for what you are paying
3. it's not good for the skin
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Diane52 said...

1Don't get as much quality
2 More runny
3Makes other products less effective
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ezmerelda said...

1.It dilutes the product
2. Makes it less effective
3. It provides a medium for bacteria

Who wants to pay for water in a skincare product.

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kylie8cake said...

1. could promote bacteria to grow
2. makes product runny and/or not as effective
3. is a cheap filler


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Erin G said...

1. dilutes it 2. makes it less effective 3. makes it runny

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Erin Cook said...

1) makes it harder to apply to the skin
2) looses the effectiveness
3) makes it runny

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JudyZ said...

1. Water dilutes the product
2. Water makes the product too wet
3. Leaving the water out prohibits fungal growth

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trixx said...

1. Dilutes the product
2. Less packaging will be used if the product is dry
3. Water may not be puried

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Gianna said...

Removing water from their products helps prevent risk of bacterial and fungi growth.
Makes product less effective.
It will over-hydrate your skin, causing blemishes.

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masonsgranny59 said...

1. It dilutes the product's potency.
2. It will over-hydrate your skin, causing blemishes.
3.
stops the absorption in your skin

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