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Nova Scotia Fisherman Hand Cream
This hand cream is absolutely amazing. It smells delightful and helps with extremely dry skin. I find that my skin gets drier (and comes with that sweet rash from hand-washing too much) much more when the seasons change than when it is just straight winter. Best of all? You can find this reasonably priced hand cream in grocery stores like Sobeys or Vita Health.
I tried the Sea Fennel and Bayberry – a little goes a long way with this hand cream!
Dadirri Naturals Bath Salts – Woodlands
These.smell.amazing. A small pouch is perfect for soaking your feet while bingeing your favourite shows. Soaking my feet in a bowl of hot water with bath salts is now my new favourite thing and feels almost better than a bath.
Burt’s Bees Lip Balm
This stuff has been around forever, and for good reason: it works. It’s simple, it smells great (especially the grapefruit one!) and is affordable. Finding a lip balm that doesn’t contain palm oil has been a nightmare, and although this one comes in a plastic tube, it’s very affordable, works well, and doesn’t contain palm oil.
I thought jade rollers were complete bullshit until I received one in a FabFitFun box when I was a subscriber (great box. I stopped only because products contain palm oil and I was trying to cut down on plastic). I absolutely love my jade roller, now! It feels amazing if you’ve a tight jaw, rolling it along your jawline and wakes up my eyes with the mini roller on the other end. M y skin feels better, and dare I say, looks better when I use the jade roller often.
Coal Face by Lush
I usually make my own charcoal face soap, but with the pandemic, it’s been hard to get together safely with friends to make a big batch. That means I ran out of my soap and went back to the tried and true Coalface. It works, keeping my skin looking fresh and clear (what’s up adult acne) and comes in zero packaging, something I can really get behind.