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Wednesday, October 21, 2015

Review: Koru Naturals (TOS Review)

Koru Naturals Review

For this review I received from Koru Naturals:

Skin Clear Cream
Manuka Honey Propolis Soap and
Emu Oil and Blue Tansy Oil Cream

It’s always fun to get review items JUST FOR ME, and I LOVED the last batch of Koru Naturals I reviewed!

Skin Clear Cream

This is very thick cream that comes in a jar.  When you first open it there is a plastic cover over the top and a small little spatula.  I ditched the clear cover, but kept the spatula….it always falls down into the cream though.  Maybe I should have kept it?! It has a very mild smell to it.  Reminds me of lemon scents, but I don’t see lemon listed anywhere.  It does have shea butter, manuka honey and several other natural ingredients.  It goes on smooth with no greasy after feel, which is great!  I really like it.  You can use it on your entire body, but external use only.  It may smell good, but don’t eat it!  ha!  I always have dry skin, and this has helped a lot!  I’m really looking forward to giving it the real test this winter!  I get so dried out with our pellet stoves running to heat the house!  It comes in a 4 oz bottle and sells for $19.20.

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Manuka Honey Propolis Soap

The soap is great as well!  It smells great…my whole bathroom smells great!  I don’t typically like soap, it always dries my skin out (even when it says it won’t). So (confession time), I don’t usually use soap.  This was not the case with this soap, I even skipped using the cream a few times to see how the soap left me, and I was not dry!!  I wish it wasn’t in bar form…I mean soap bars are just slippery and hard to use (in my opinion), but the fact I loved it so much made it easy to overlook that minor detail! The bar is just under 5 oz and sells for $7.90.

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Emu Oil and Blue Tansy Oil Cream

This was great too!  (Starting to see a trend here??  Koru Naturals is great!)  I have Fibromyalgia/Lupus and get these crazy aches and pains.  This really helped ease them!  I just rubbed them into the achy spot, and soon the main minimized or vanished all together.  It goes on smooth with no greasy feel (which is great).  The smell is mild, so you don’t smell like you are wearing a medicated lotion.  It’s all natural ingredients, another bonus!  I wish it had a little more of a tingle as it worked, b/c I like that feeling…makes it feel like it’s working.  It really doesn’t feel like anything at all when you put it on, but it’s obvious it works (and that’s what is most important)! It comes in a 4 oz container and sells for $14.80.

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Koru Naturals offers free shipping on all orders over $35. Koru Naturals uses all natural ingredients from New Zealand and makes sure that no animal testing is done by any of their suppliers.  They are earth friendly and have a wide range of natural products.  Several other items were tested this cycle by other TOS reviewers. Check them out!

Koru Naturals Review
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