The “Key” To Safe Skin CareBy Natural Organics
Today I will be sharing some product reviews of an incredibly pure, safe line of skin care products. Keys products are the best kept secrets in organic skin care!
Keys was created by Wendy Steele after her survival of melanoma. Many skin care products are too harsh for delicate skin, especially after cancer recovery. I applaud Wendy for her creation of “Clean Green Therapy.” Keys promotes “Beauty and Healing Naturally Chemical Free.” The products are free of man-made chemicals and are derived from fruit, vegetable, botanical and herbal ingredients that contain no sythetics, fragrances, or compounds.
All the ingredients in each product are listed by amount and function on their labels, like how the USDA lists nutrition facts on food. I totally agree with this practice, as skin care products are absorbed into the body the same way food is. Keys products are not just for cleansing, moisturizing or conditioning. They actually can heal and cure certain skin ailments, according to Keys customers. Keys products are vegan with absolutely no animal testing. If the ingredients come from nature, animal testing is just not needed.
I used the complete line of Keys skin care products including:
My absolute favorite Keys product is the Galleyon Naturally Antibacterial Spearmint Foaming Castile Soap. It comes in a foaming pump and lathers up amazingly in the shower. The scent of spearmint is wonderfully refreshing and all natural. It cleanses without harsh sulfates or detergents.If you like Dr. Bronner’s castile soap, you’ll love Keys. It left my skin soft and very refreshed. This soap is quite versatile as well. You can use it on yourself, your kids, your pets, and even in the kitchen to wash utensils! It also has therapeutic properties to remove sap from poisonous plants, such as poison ivy. I give this product a 10!
I am also in love with the skin care line. Most of the products have a slight citrus scent. The Island Rx Therapeutic Foaming Facial Cleanser is castile soap with clary sage and blood orange oil. These natural oils left my skin moisturized and toned. It is also great for treating acne prone skin! After cleansing, I used the Luminous Hydrating Moisturizer. It’s a light cream which left my skin soft and made an excellent base for applying makeup afterward. It leaves a “soft focus” effect which makes your skin look beautiful and improves your skin with every use.
Many of us need to use eye cream to soften and moisturize the delicate area around the eyes. Introducing Keys Eye Butter. It contains shea butter and organic cucumber and contains no water, thereby eliminating the need for harsh preservatives. With 100% safe ingredients, it reduces fine lines and increase skin tone.
A refreshing change from poisonous chemicals sunscreens, Solar Rx Broad Spectrum Sunblock protects your skin from the sun naturally with zinc. It received the lowest (meaning safest) score on EWG’s Skin Deep report! Since I live in a climate where it is 80 degrees or above about 350 days of the year, I am always looking for safer sunscreen and Keys delivered. It’s perfect for under makeup, although it is not waterproof or for strenuous activity.
Do you have sensitive skin, dermatitis, eczema, rosacea or acne? They also offer a Topical Healing Therapies line containing natural oils to soothe, nourish, and regenerate the skin. Try Keys products and your skin will thank you for it.
Stay natural…stay beautiful…go green!
Disclaimer: I was not paid for this review however, I received full sized Keys products for my use and review. My reviews are based on my experiences. I am an affiliate of Pure Body Solutions which proudly carry Keys Soap Products.
Robin started her career as an educator of children and has now become an educator for adults everywhere who want to know the truth about what they put into their bodies through the skin. She is passionate about educating people to make better health and beauty choices.
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