In 2003, Nourish became the world’s first USDA-certified organic skincare collection. Naturally (pun intended!), I was happy to try their organic hand soap and provide a review for my readers.
“We create and produce healthy, concern-free, eco-friendly skin care products that really work (and that are as pure and clean as the organic fruits and vegetables you find at your local market). In addition to being completely natural and organic, our products are also cruelty-free, gluten-free, and mostly vegan. We display all of the following badges with pride on all of our packaging, so you can be sure that no product you buy is kinder to your skin, and to the earth and the animals with which we share it.”
I love organic products. I love eating organics and using organics because I like knowing that it is better for preserving the health of the environment and the health of my family. That said, I am impressed by Nourish Organic because they were the first company in the world to develop USDA-certified organic beauty products that are made with only nutrient-rich fruits, vegetables, and plant extracts. Pretty awesome in a great way, if you ask me!
No parabens. No phthalates. No sulfates, petrochemicals, synthetic dyes or silicones. No propylene glycol, mineral oils, synthetic dyes, triclosan, EDTA or aluminum. And absolutely no artificial fragrances or preservatives. Again pretty awesome.
Nourish Organic Hand Soap: Ultra-Moisturizing Organic Hand Wash Quattro Set Review
- pH balanced to clean without drying hands
- Heals and softens dry skin with quinoa protein
- Replenishes moisture with a unique combination of aloe and shea
I really enjoy having a lovely hand soap. It makes the mundane activity of washing your hands into a relaxing experience. The Nourish Organic Ultra-Moisturizing Organic Hand Wash is a creamy hand cleanser with a good lather. I love the natural fragrances of the organic hand washes from Lavender Mint to Vanilla Almond. My skin dries out easily so I also enjoyed the nourishing ingredients that kept my skin feeling moisturized and clean- soothing aloe, rich shea butter, healing quinoa protein and a proprietary blend of moisturizing essential oils. I really like the organic hand soap and I feel great having it in my guest bathroom for guests to enjoy too! I also like that all of Nourish Organics packaging is made with at least 25% post-consumer recycled content.
You can check out the whole line of Nourish Organic hand soap and other skin care products on their website nourishorganic.com
After washing your hands, don’t forget to use a natural hand cream on them to keep them soft and smooth.
Which organic hand soap do you think would be your favorite?
I was provided with Nourish Organic, organic hand soap, in the hopes that I would share my honest opinions. I did not receive monetary compensation and the opinions expressed are my own.