Amazon Rain is natural skin care from the rainforest. The recent discoveries of antioxidant compounds, taspines and other naturally-occurring phyto-elements in Rainforest plants set a new standard in natural skin care therapy.
These beneficial compounds give you a new natural choice for clear glowing skin that is alive and well-nourished. I really liked the Botanical Cleanser and Crystal exfoliator but my favorite item has to be the Deep Nourishing Oil.
The Botanical Cleanser is a smooth, non-foaming base, Lluvia™ Botanical Cleanser that reaches deep into pores to dissolve bacteria and fight blemishes. It has a unique ‘Rainforest' recipe, that nourishes and hydrates the skin—without stripping its delicate lipid-moisture barrier, dissolving impurities like dirt, oil and makeup, and cleaning without harmful foaming agents to totally restore your skin’s natural pH balance.
“Gently purify your skin and leave it feeling irresistibly clean with Lluvia™ Botanical Cleanser. Feel your inner beauty rise to the surface as you bathe your skin in a rich combination of natural Rainforest botanicals that leave it feeling soft to the touch.”
All Amazon Rain products are free of
• synthetic chemicals
• artificial additives
• carcinogenic dyes
• toxic fragrances
Using all natural Rainforest herbs and essential oils, their product lines give you that fresh, youthful glow you want. I know they did so for me. My skin can be very VERY finiky when it comes to products and I am very careful about WHAT I put on my skin – so I checked out every ingredient that went into these products before I started using it and can assure you along with recommending the product line, that you can feel completely confident that you will benefit from this product without fearing it may harm your skin, (or our environment).
The natural herbs and essential oils have a very fresh scent but look a bit ‘odd' for lack of a better word. Almost every product is an orangish color that is a bit speckly – which is totally fine, just unexpected. The scents are VERY refreshing and completely unlike any other product I've ever used; including those which claim total ‘natural' scents. Although, I have never been to the Amazon rainforest, I do live in the Hawaiian rainforest and the scent of these products is very similar to a rainy evening in my neighborhood! Delicious.
I was fortunate enough to sample the entire product line and I must say you would be doing yourself a disservice if you only ordered or tried 1 item. Trust me, get the entire line, your skin will be so delighted with you. It is simple, effortless and effective. This three-step skin care routine can be used alone, or as the foundation for a more complete skin renewal system. Simplicity is key for healthy skin: cleanse, treat and hydrate.
Here are their Key Rainforest Ingredients:
* Jatoba has numerous active compounds to cleanse, purify and soothe the skin. In testing, it's been shown to exhibit significant anti-inflammatory, antibacterial and antifungal activities.
* Iporuru calms the skin by increasing skin respiration and working as a topical analgesic. The bark and leaves of the tree have been used by Amazonian tribes for centuries.
* Stevia is commonly used to treat a variety of ailments in Peru and Brazil. Concentrated Stevia extract is applied directly to blemishes, acne breakouts and cold sores. It is also used in a variety of edible treats for those who look to avoid the caloric intake of cane sugars.
Amazon Herb Company has also contributed a percentage of its profits to the prevention, diagnosis, treatment and cure of cancer for every product sold. (Specifically, the funds from each sale go to support the Olivia Newton-John Cancer and Wellness Centre). Support continues all year round – not just in the month of October.
You can learn all about Amazon Rain products, its mission and vision online.
Don't take MY word for it, (though, my word is truth), try it yourself and you will see (almost overnight), the difference in the quality of your skin!
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