Review: Raw Gaia Organic Living Moisturiser for Her Daughters

Most moisturizers are the same type of consistency: creamy lotions that range from thin to thick. There are a few products like coconut oil that can be used as moisturizers, that come in the form of solids but turn into oil. Raw Gaia makes a unique moisturizer that is similar to coconut oil in its application, but it smells of heavenly chocolate. Read on for my review of the Living Moisturise for Her Daughters.


Pros:
  • Amazingly pure ingredients
  • A little goes a long way
  • Smells like dark chocolate-covered fruit
  • Great night moisturizer
  • 100% organic and vegan
Cons:
  • May be hard to find locally in the U.S.
Summary:
Raw Gaia is based in the U.K. and offers some unique beauty products that are raw and very pure. This moisturizer smells wonderful and I enjoy using it at night, as I always wake up with soft, hydrated skin. I love the simple, organic ingredients and how many applications come in one small jar. This product could be used elsewhere on the body, making it a nice choice for travel. Please note that it should be kept cool, however, as it may melt at higher temperatures.

Also available from Made Raw, an online store in the U.S.

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