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(A Hidden Gem!) Free Spirit Farm Homemade Soaps and Lotions Review

I love when I find an unexpected hidden gem online and I found one with the Free Spirit Farm soaps and lotions. I can't wait to tell you guys about them! These are products made by two sisters and are made with trustworthy ingredients. Plus, the prices of these awesome soaps and lotions are the best I've seen in any beauty store.

So, here's the items I had the chance to try -



I absolutely loved their Lavender Dream soap. I have pretty sensitive skin these days and I know my face just LOOKS for reasons to break out or get weirdly dry in some patches. So I am always wary of new soaps to put on my skin. This stuff, this "Lavender Dream" soap was amazing. I loved it. It didn't dry out my skin, left me with just a really soft feeling and I used it daily for a couple of week. Plus, it smelled really nice and it didn't over do it with the scent at all. I'm also really happy to tell you that the price of this soap is extremely reasonable. I highly recommend this Like, really recommend. Please go out and buy this soap if you want quality good soap. Right now you can purchase their items on Etsy.com via this link here.

I also had the chance to try out some of their lotion! I really liked this a lot as well. I appreciated the healthy ingredients here too. I mostly used their lotion on my neck and hands but I toted this lotion with me to work and put some of the Peppermint Breeze lotion on my hands and I really enjoyed the fresh scent! It made me want to lick my hands. It wasn't oily at all and it just made my hands really soft. I tend to hand wash dishes a lot and that soap leaves my skin really dry and so using this lotion made for such a nice follow up.

Also I had the chance to try out their Chocolate Delight lip balms! And I have to tell you that if you are a chocolate fanatic I highly recommend purchasing this. This tastes like you  are rubbing cocoa on your lips. It's like a dessert and would honestly make for a perfect date lip balm if you know what I mean (wink wink, hint hint).

I may be overgushing here you guys but really these are such nice products at such reasonable prices. So go check out their web page here and also visit their Etsy page. If you don't see things on their Etsy page that you are interested in, I would say send them an email and find out when the product is available. These products would make such perfect Christmas gifts or stocking stuffers!

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

Comments

  1. Nicole Carter (Weasley)November 6, 2016 at 3:51 AM

    It says a giveaway but I don't see one on the page? Thanks!

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    1. Oh good grief! No giveaway with this one, I'm sorry! I need to fix that! I forgot to edit the post title!

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  2. These are really nice, and they have the cutest flower soaps on their Etsy page. I want to try them!

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