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Beauty Review: Nature's Gate Organics

Beauty Review: Nature's Gate Organics

Nature's Gate has introduced a new line of bath and body products called Nature's Gate Orangics, which contain Certified Organic essences and extracts, locally grown in California on land dedicated to growing Nature's Gate botanicals. I'm already a huge fan of their tea tree shampoo and conditioner, so I was excited to receive the following 3 complimentary products to try out. Unbiased review after the jump!

Neroli Orange & Chocolate Mint Body Lotion: First, let me say I love the new packaging. It's shiny and green and matches my bathroom decor. This lotion smells yummy, like Terry's Chocolate Oranges. It gets absorbed quickly and a little goes a long way. ($9.99 SRP)

Organics Chamomile & Lemon Verbena Shampoo: Another awesome product. It cleans without drying out. Nice consistency and invigorating scent. Love it. ($9.99 SRP)

Organics Lavender & Aloe Liquid Soap: One of my complaints about Nature's Gate in the past was that the herbal scents were too overwhelming and "hippie." Not with these! This handsoap has a light, refreshing scent that doesn't linger. This might sound like a weird thing to say about a soap, but I think it's classy. Something you'd be proud to have in your guest bathroom. ($6.99 SRP)

When I use up these 3 freebies, I'll definitely continue to buy Nature's Gate products. They work well and I can always find them on sale in the beauty aisle of my local grocery store (next to the Burt's Bees!).

I love the nature's gate stuff, I have their lavender conditioner and it is wonderful. I have been meaning to try out their lotion!
#1 Justine on 2010-03-02 14:52 (Reply)
Just a heads up, but I found the old packageing of Nature's Gate at Big Lots weekend for $1.50!!! I bought 4 bottles!!! I might head back and pick up more!
#2 Erin on 2010-03-08 22:28 (Reply)
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