There’s still a couple of days of October left, but I figured that I’m unlikely to finish up anything else from my stash until it ends. So I thought why not to share what organic beauty empties I have already accumulated so they could be peacefully recycled instead of stored in my bathroom cabinet. I’ve probably said this many times before, but I’m not good at keeping track of my empties. However, I really tried this time, so here we go:
- Alchemy Oils Amla Hair Remedy* (100ml)
This hair treatment took me about 1.5 years to finish up. Which is no wonder since my thin hair needed only a tiny amount to cover it from top to bottom. After all this time, I still think it’s a wonderful product for giving the hair nourishment and fighting frizz. Also, I think I’ll be turning this lovely glass bottle into a tiny vase!
- Dr. Organic Aloe Vera Mouthwash (500ml)
I rarely write about dental care products (maybe I should?), but this vegan mouthwash did earn its place on the blog because I’ve been repurchasing it so many times. It is a blend of natural ingredients such as aloe vera, peppermint, tea tree, Icelandic moss, arnica, and grapefruit seed extract. Together all these ingredients create an antibacterial and soothing mouthwash with a pleasant minty taste.
- Lavera Organic Volume Shampoo (250ml)
I don’t get to visit Germany often, but when I do, I come back home with loads of organic beauty products. Lavera is one of my go-to brands for hair care and dental care products. Why? Because of its outstanding quality, clean ingredients, and reasonable pricing. I have reviewed it before so I won’t be getting into much detail. It’s just an excellent everyday shampoo for those who have fine hair or just want to give some volume and life to their locks. It also has a lovely orange scent.
A nice and light face cream that gives the skin hydration and dewiness. And one of my all-time favorite organic skincare products as well, which already has a dedicated review. It is more suitable for the warmer season rather than the colder, so I finished it just on time. I’m sure I’ll be repurchasing it again in spring, though.
Packed with blackcurrant seed oil, evening primrose oil, and carrot seed oil, it was a lovely addition to my night-time skincare routine. This vegan serum is formulated for all skin types but mostly recommended for a dry, mature, and sensitive skin. I found it a little too oily for daytime use since it took forever to absorb, and I don’t always have the time to wait. But in the evenings, it gave my skin a much-needed nourishment and calmness.
Have you tried any of these products? Also, if you have your empties post up, let me know in the comments, and I’ll check it out.