2020 Holiday Gift Guide,  Bath & Body

This Stuff Goes Bad Body Butter


 

This Stuff Goes Bad Body Butter

We received the mentioned products in exchange for an honest review. The thoughts contained within this post are ours and may vary from the thoughts of others.

 

About This Stuff Goes Bad Body Butter

INGREDIENTS (AND THEIR PURPOSE)

DAY: shea butter (get yo vitamins and moisturize), cocoa butter (moisturizes, improves blood flow, and smells like cake), jojoba oil (similar to your natural skin oils, helps to regulate your body’s oil production), zinc oxide (sun protection), blood orange essential oil (wake up and smell the oranges), and lemon essential oil (brighten your skin and your senses)

NIGHT: shea butter (get yo vitamins and moisturize), cocoa butter (moisturizes, improves blood flow, and smells like cake), jojoba oil (similar to your natural skin oils, helps to regulate your body’s oil production), rosehip seed oil (reduces scarring and evens skin tone), lavender essential oil (calm tf down), and chamomile essential oil (relax your muscles, too)

 

Prices Start at $20

 

What We Thought

I love making sure that my skin stays soft and young looking (I will be 35 tomorrow… how did this happen?!?!) as much as possible. I also love products that are made from things I can actually pronounce. This Stuff Goes Bad is something that I can absolutely stand behind.

When approached by Bonnie with this amazing company I had to include this in our guide. This is why:

We’re the good kind of bad. The strong kind of bad. The take no sh*t kind of bad. Because all womxn have enough sh*t to deal with, and we don’t need any more of it in our skincare. At TSGB, I believe that everything that goes on your body should be just as healthy and nutritious as what goes in it. I always choose fresh food over junk food because I don’t want to eat any chemicals or preservatives, and I feel the same way about my skincare. This stuff does go bad after six to twelve months, depending on the product, because it is only made with natural and perishable ingredients, right here in Los Angeles. There are no preservatives, so yeah, it goes bad. But if you use your lotion when it is fresh and most powerful, your skin will thank you. I know mine has.

But how long does this stuff last? 6-12 months. Either way I will use mine up well before then because this is like a whole body experience. I love that there is a day and a night formula so that I can have a great little moment to use these products not once but twice per day.

To me there is no better experience than ending my day with a nice bubble bath (and maybe a glass of wine) and then making sure that I am headed to bed in comfy pajamas with great feeling skin. Maybe I am a total weirdo, but to me this is pure bliss.

These products have made me feel amazing about myself during a time of year that my skin truly struggles with dryness and not feeling its best. I am noticing not as much dryness and no patchy feelings especially on my legs.

Now… for the great stuff. These products make the BEST holiday gifts. Pair them with a nice warm robe, some fuzzy socks or even just giving them by themselves and you will have one happy giftee.

For more gift ideas please check our our 2020 Holiday Gift Guide


Samantha hails from Virginia and is a proud wife to a retired Deputy Sheriff and mother to two amazing little boys named Jack & William. A veteran product reviewer; Samantha has been reviewing products for 8 years and offers high quality product reviews with original photography.

Samantha hails from Virginia and is a proud wife to a retired Deputy Sheriff and mother to two amazing little boys named Jack & William. A veteran product reviewer; Samantha has been reviewing products for 8 years and offers high quality product reviews with original photography.

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