My Favorite Natural Products of 2011!

Hello!  I hope the sun is shining in your area of the world today!

So, I decided to do another video~ this time showcasing my favorite products of 2011 that are all natural products!  I try very hard to find and use products that are good for my health as well as good overall products.  These are all of my favs and I wanted to share them with you!  I love all of these products that I just keep buying more of them when I run out. 🙂

And yes, as I mention in the video, many of these products are the only product in their category that I use!  I didn’t realize how true this was until I watched this video 🙂

I’m probably not going to post all of my youtube videos on my blog since some ideas I’m thinking about doing are maybe more youtubeland than my blog.  However, if any of you would like to see them, you can either go to my youtube channel www.youtube.com/sunnymothernature, or if you would prefer me just posting them on this blog too, let me know!  🙂

The products I mentioned in this video are:

1) Josie Maran Whipped Argan Oil Body Butters in Sweet Citrus and Vanilla & Apricot (Available at Sephora.com, QVC.com, and Josiemarancosmetics.com typically for $35 each)

2) Josie Maran 100% Pure Argan Oil (Available at websites mentioned above; 1.7 oz for $48; 0.5 oz for $14; or 4oz for $96)

3) ArganUSA Argan Oil 32 oz (Available at zamourispices.com for $100 in plastic, or $110 in glass)

4) Dr. Bronner’s Magic Soaps in Lavender and Unscented Baby-Mild (Available at Target and drbronner.com for about $4.49 each)

5) Dr. Bronner’s Organic Hand Sanitizing Spray USDA certified organic (Available at drbronner.com for $3.99; it was available at Target, but I don’t believe it is anymore)

6) Josie Maran Argan Lip Gloss (These are only available at josiemarancosmetics.com for $18.  QVC and Sephora only have her Natural Volume Lip Glosses which I have not tried)

7) And lastly- Local Pure Honey!  or USDA Certified Organic Honey

I hope you enjoyed this video~ If you have any questions, or want to request a video, please leave them in the comment section below! 🙂

Also, check out my blog at http://www.sunnymothernature.wordpress.com

(I’m still using my laptop to record, so I know the quality isn’t the best.)

FTC: I bought all of the products mentioned in this video myself, except for this round of honey which was a Christmas present from my sister and brother-in-law, and this round of the Dr. Bronner products were Christmas presents from my parents 🙂  I do typically buy my products either in kits, or when there are sales, to save money though.  Also, I am not affiliated with any of these companies, nor was I contacted by any of them.  I just love all of these products and wanted to share them with you!

Have a sunny day!

~Kim

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5 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Dana
    Feb 05, 2012 @ 23:18:02

    I love Dr Bronners! Especially baby-mild (so I can add my own essential oils) and the almond. Also love pure honey and buy local too. Great reviews 🙂

    • sunnymothernature
      Feb 05, 2012 @ 23:40:59

      Hi Dana!

      Me too! I almost wonder how I lived without Dr. Bronner’s in my life 😉

      I think I’ll have to try their almond soap- both you and sugarpuffish love it! And so far, I’ve loved all of their soaps I’ve tried 🙂

      And yay! You love honey and buy local too! Random but I’ve been craving these peaches I get from this one local orchard~grocery store peaches just can’t compare (even when they are in season). I can’t wait til it’s warmer so I can get some 🙂

      And thank you!

      ~Kim

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  3. sugarpuffish
    Feb 03, 2012 @ 08:20:38

    I love Dr Bronner’s soap, almond and peppermint are my favourites 🙂

    • sunnymothernature
      Feb 03, 2012 @ 16:09:20

      Hi sugarpuffish!

      Yay! I’m so excited to hear that you love Dr. Bronners soaps too! Peppermint does smell amazing. I haven’t tried almond yet though~ does it smell similar to sweet almond oil? 🙂

      ~Kim

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