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Gift Ideas: Keomi Skincare - Gentle, All Natural Soaps


I had the chance to try out the most amazing soap. I'm sort of the cheap soap purchasing type, so I was really really excited to try this out.

The one thing that jumped out at me immediately was how natural the ingredients were to each soap I had the chance to try. The Keomi Skincare soap comes in a variety of kinds, and you can purchase it right now on Amazon. They offer gift sets and these would make PERFECT gift sets for Mother's Day.

I had the chance to try out four types: Luscious Lavender, Green Tea Goddess, Golden Crown, and Sea Breeze.

Luscious Lavender

I would say this was one of the best smelling soaps of the bunch. It smelled like a wonderful lavender garden and it made bath time so relaxing to me. One of the things that I love about this soap were the ingredients. You won't find any unnatural items in these soaps. These were all natural and my skin appreciated that.

Green Tea Goddess

I loved this on my skin the best! It didn't have a strong smell at all, but left my skin feeling smooth. Another thing I love about these soaps is that they don't melt away fast or dry out fast. I'm currently obsessed with green tea and love drinking this stuff (I swear it has kept away colds) and so why not put it on my skin?

Golden Crown

This was also a wonderful smelling soap. It felt like I was washing my hands with a gentle sunrise. Again, the ingredients were fantastic and I felt good about using this on my skin. It wasn't harsh at all either.


Sea Breeze

Oh this was a gentle soap. I liked this smell as well. It felt just as good as the Green Tea Goddess soap I especially loved though that this had olive oil as an ingredient. It really made it stand out. It didn't have an overly strong smell, like the lavender one, but it had a very gentle clean smell.

Overall these are a must purchase for your own bathroom or if you want to make a lady in your life very happy. To me, lavender is my favorite smelling. It gives the nicest scent to your skin without overwhelming (the one reason I'm not a huge fan of most body washes).

If you would like to purchase soap of your own, visit their website (and you can even have a free sample if you are willing to pay free shipping!) . 

Make sure you sign up for their emails in order to receive exclusive coupons and deals by visiting this link.  Also visit their online Amazon store to purchase their products. 

I received these soaps in exchange for my honest review.

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