Friday, October 18, 2013

Friday Favorites!

Products provided for consideration.  All opinions are my own.

It's Friday...and you know what that means...another edition of my Friday Favorites!  Have a terrific weekend everyone!

1.  The Soap & Paper Factory - Roland Pine Candle - This natural, clean burning candle smells amazing.  I want my entire house to smell like this!  No, it doesn't smell like Pine-Sol like some of the pine scented candles out there.  This glorious candle is already bringing the excitement of Christmas to my home.  It's the best pine fragrance I've smelled in a candle to to, it's "green" with a cotton wick.  This clean and pure scent has a hint of berry that gives it a slight sweetness.  Mixed with the pine, it's absolutely wonderful.

2.  Goody Good Stuff - Yum!  Sweets that are good for you!  These gummy treats combine the highest quality blend of ingredients such as natural fruit juices and extracts.  Their entire line is vegetarian fat-free, meat-free, dairy-free, nut-free, Halal and Kosher certified. do they taste? GREAT!  My family loved them and I felt a lot better knowing my kids were eating an all-natural gummy candy with no artificial colors or flavors.

3.  Natural Life - Let It Be Boho Owl Pillow - Hoot Hoot!  This colorful owl features pretty layered fabrics with "Let it be" embroidered on the back.  We're using this cutie for fall decor, but won't stash him away once the season is over.  He's too dang cute to not have displayed year-round!  This pillow measures 13" in diameter and will add some sweet charm to your space.

4.  Waxelene - The Petroleum Jelly Alternative - If you're looking for a product that creates the same waterproof barrier found in petroleum jelly, but contains no petroleum or hydrogenated oil, this is the product for you.  Waxelene contains only natural and organic ingredients to moisturize, protect and soothe skin.  This formula won't clog pores and works wonders on dry skin.  Use it for hundreds of other things just like petroleum jelly, but without all the nasty ingredients.

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