OUR SHOWER MUST HAVES


There are some products that we have found that we can't live without. Over the course of the years, we have tried several shampoos, conditioners, lotions, and cleansers but these products have won us over a million times, mainly, because they are great multi taskers.

Here we share the Fantastic Four as we like to call them, and some of their uses, hopefully you will fall in love with them too!

This is our favorite one, and if you don't know where to begin to make the switch, this is a great product to start with. 
  • Shaving cream. Simply grab some with directly from the jar and rub it in your palms to melt it. During warmer weather you don't have to do this as it will most likely be liquid. Apply it on your legs, arms, armpits, and even face to get a clean shave and leaving your skin super soft. 
  • Hair Mask. You can warm it up in the microwave and apply it to your hair 30 min before showering for a super moisturizing hair mask. Apply to ends to avoid split ends, on the roots if your scalp is dry, or just everywhere for a full treatment. 
  • To enhance your curls. For those with curly hair, you can apply some after shampooing your hair, again rubbing it on your palms and then applying on the ends. Let it sit for a couple minutes and then apply your conditioner and rinse both together. 
  • Deodorant. You can apply a little bit on your armpits and then top it off with some baking soda and you are ready to go! 
  • Face scrub. Use it along with your cleanser or by itself. You can leave it on for a few minutes, or you can rinse it right away. 
  • Deodorant. See the above on coconut oil uses 
  • Face and body scrub. It helps eliminate dead skin cells, fight cellulite, stretch marks and more. You can leave it on for a few minutes to let the goodness sink into your skin and then rinse. 
  • Use it on your face but be careful not to scrub to hard. 
  • Body Wash. We mix it with olive oil and honey and voila! We have a great, super foamy and moisturizing body wash. 
  • Shampoo. Even though we love trying out new shampoos, sometimes we ran out at the most unexpected moment. You can do your own shampoo by mixing equal parts of water and castile soap, and adding a few drops of the essential oil of your choice. 
  • Pet Shampoo. Lola is not a fan of taking a baths, but she loves when her fur is wet after a hot summer day. We use a simple shampoo using castile soap, coconut oil, acv and essential oils.

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