One of my new favourite 100% natural product lines is without a doubt SEED. Developed by a husband and wife team, SEED is the go-to skincare for consumers looking for an alternative to chemicals and preservatives. (Editor’s Note: SEED is 100% vegan and cruelty-free!)
As the name suggests, SEED is created using detoxifying grape seed oils. In addition to the seriously yummy scent, the benefits of the grape seed are endless. Powerful antioxidants help naturally condition skin, and the body lotions feature added shea butter and green tea extracts for mega moisturizing.
All the products in the SEED line are paraben-free, and don’t feature any phthalates or preservatives. Better yet, they contain no animal products, nor are they tested on animals. The result is pure, unadulterated skincare that doesn’t just coat the skin in artificial additives. It actually promotes healthy skin that feels, looks and smells awesome. And with products starting at just $4.49, you won’t have to break the bank either. If you’re looking for a skincare line that’s as great for your budget as it is for your body and soul, SEED is your perfect match.
My personal favourite is the body lotion, which has become a permanent fixture on my bedside table. The fragrance is strong but not overly pungent, and it’s not heavy or greasy. I also love the shampoo & conditioner bars. They’re rich in conditioning essential fatty acids, and the small size and shape makes them ideal for traveling. For an added bonus, the packaging is made from recyclable and biodegradable materials.
My skin and hair looks and feels healthy after use. The warm fruity fragrance combined with the deep, rejuvenating conditioning properties makes this a great choice for upcoming spring!
To learn more about SEED and purchase your own 100% natural products, visit SeedPowerBodyCare.com.
Guest Post by: Jemima, a fashion and beauty writer based in Toronto, with a particular penchant for organic and natural products. Her work has been published on Sympatico.ca, Style Republic Magazine, Plaid Magazine and 29Secrets.com among others. To check out some more of Jemima’s work, visit her at www.jemimacodrington.com, or follow her on Twitter!