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Ayushi - Do Right by Your Hair & Skin


I had the chance to review a couple of items from a place called Ayushi. It's a company that prides itself on providing hair care and skin care products that are organic and do not have a strong impact on the environment. They use products made in organic farms and are free of pesticides or artificial ingredients. Also, it's completely vegan and are against animal testing. Basically you can purchase these items without an ounce of guilt. Find out more information here.

I had the chance to try out their summer herbal shampoo. My hair is temperamental I feel and most of the time I think when I use shampoos I use either too much or not enough and my hair ends up feeling either dry or too oily. I found that this shampoo matched my hair's temperament nicely. It didn't leave it too dry and not too oily rather gave it a nice sheen to it. You can purchase it for $17.95 and that may seem a bit pricey but considering you're purchasing good quality items, I think the extra cost is worth it. Purchase now.

I also had the chance to try out their Lavender Hue Moisturizing Lotion. This has a lot of good ingredients and I appreciated that it had a nice selection of oils to it. I tried this on my face but it seemed a bit too harsh on skin (remember, my skin is really sensitive) so I preferred using this lotion on my neck, chest and hands. I thought it worked better as a body lotion. Purchase now.

Lastly, I also had the chance to try out their paper soaps. I assumed at first the paper soaps would dissolve but they don't, which felt strange to me. You only use each sheet of paper once and they have enough soap on them for a nice lathering hand wash. I actually really liked these paper soaps. So many hand soaps leave my skin SO dry, so this was nice to use when washing my hands. These go a long way too and I really only needed one slip of paper per hand washing session. The prices of these are VERY reasonable - only $2 a pack. So I highly recommend this. Purchase now.

Overall I think Ayushi provides skin care products and hair care products worthy of your purchasing and consideration. I love the fact that they are vegan and use good quality ingredients in their products. Make sure you visit their website to find out all that they have to offer!

I received the above items in exchange for my honest review.

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  1. I hadn't heard of Ayushi until now, but I love trying new natural skin & hair products. I have diabetic dry skin, so I'm always looking for good products & I've found that the natural ingredients work best.

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