#NoBuyJanuary My February shopping list

The end of #NoBuyJanuary is near my friends, and two options are blossoming up: I could either frantically shop as soon as February starts, or I could reflect on this shopping ban and draw some valuable lessons from it. I choose the latter. Once February shows up, I’m going to purchase products that I do indeed need

(From left to right)
1. Dr Bronner Hand Sanitizer
Self-explanatory, I’m not particularly germaphobic, but when you are taking public transports or when you’re on the run all day with no place to wash your hands, this hand sanitizer will surely come in handy. The ingredient list is simple: Organic Ethanol (62%), water, organic Glycerin and organic Lavender Oil. Also appreciated by fellow green blogger GFMGFY and very affordable, I have no reasons not to get it.
Bonus: on their website, it says it could be also used as a deodorizer (I’ll definitely get some weird looks if I spray some into the air, while on the bus or on the train though 😉
2. Deep Steep Body Mist in Honey dew & Spearmint
I’ve been meaning to try this brand for so long! They offer a wide range of natural products and the packaging is quirky and colorful. After thoroughly browsing their product section, I came accross their body mists. Technically it’s not a fragrance, but it should normally leave a nice and fresh smell on the skin. I’ll go for the mint scented one (they also have Lavender, Rosemary, grapefruit, vanilla…) Mint for the win!
3. Lulu Organics dry shampoo 
I’ve never used dry shampoo, but since I don’t wash my hair everyday, I could seriously need something against oily roots ( I can’t be always wearing a bun;) I have dark, but fine hair, so I hope it won’t look “dusty” on my head, hence why I’ll start by getting the travel size of Lulu Organics dry shampoo in “Jasmine”.  If dry shampoo suits me, I’ll even try to do my own version at home 🙂
4. Gressa Skin Rejuvenating Mist
My beloved S.W Basics toner  is almost empty as I type these words (in my James Blunt voice: “Goodbye my toner, goodbye my friend…“) so I need to replace it pronto.
Gressa skin products have been on my wishlist for a few months, so now is the time for me to try the Rejuvenating Mist. It is probably the “fanciest” on the list, but let’s count this one as a reward for being a very good girl all January. The revuneting mist contains Neroli oil, which works as an emollient, helping the skin maintain the right moisture and improve its elasticity. Neroli is also known for its antidepressant properties in aromatherapy. It relieves anxiety. Good skin + good mood = what a great combo!

Soothe
headaches and relieve sinus congestion naturally… with Sinus Headache
Relief. A unique synergy blend of pure and essential oils known to
treat headaches and sinusitis, including Hinoki wood, Lavender,
Rosemary, Peppermint and Eucalpytus oil. Hinoki wood is said to have a
decongestant effect on the body. It has a sweet, woody scent. Lavender
is credited wit – See more at:
http://www.nuworldbotanicals.com/products-page/signature-roll-ons/aromatherapy-personals%e2%84%a2-sinus-headache-relief#sthash.rnRR7F92.dpuf
Soothe
headaches and relieve sinus congestion naturally… with Sinus Headache
Relief. A unique synergy blend of pure and essential oils known to
treat headaches and sinusitis, including Hinoki wood, Lavender,
Rosemary, Peppermint and Eucalpytus oil. Hinoki wood is said to have a
decongestant effect on the body. It has a sweet, woody scent. Lavender
is credited wit – See more at:
http://www.nuworldbotanicals.com/products-page/signature-roll-ons/aromatherapy-personals%e2%84%a2-sinus-headache-relief#sthash.rnRR7F92.dpuf

5. Aromatherapy Personals Sinus-headache relief

Aromatherapy Personals™ Sinus-Headache Relief

I initially wanted to get the Breathing Sinus remedy from Hope Gillerman Organics but the high shipping costs are forcing me to put this on on hold. In the meantime, I found a more affordable version by Aromatherapy Personals.
I suffer from chronic sinusitis,  and while I work hard to control and treat it, I really need a little aromatherapy roller to carry with me, just in case. A blend of Lavender, Rosemary, Hinoki wood, Peppermint and Eucalyptus oils, this roller has analgesic, decongestant and bactericidal properties. It is supposed to soothe and relieve  headaches naturally.

So that’s all folks 🙂  Have you tried any of these products? What is on your wishlist?

Take care,
Liz

Simmondsia
chinensis (jojoba) seed oil*, Limnanthes alba (meadowfoam) seed oil,
Hinoki wood, Lavandula angustifolia (lavender) oil*, Eucalyptus
polybractea (eucalyptus) oil*, Rosmarinus officinalis (rosemary) leaf
oil*, Mentha piperita (peppermint) leaf oil*, Hippophae rhamnoides
(seabuckthorn) oil, Tocopherol (natural vitamin e). – See more at:
http://www.nuworldbotanicals.com/products-page/signature-roll-ons/aromatherapy-personals%e2%84%a2-sinus-headache-relief#sthash.rnRR7F92.dpuf
Liz

Green hunter, wellness junkie and pun maker on the website, I'm on a journey towards a kinder and healthier life. @lizthegreenspirit on Instagram.

9 Comments
  1. Haven't tried Lulu Organics but always think the packaging looks so cute. Dry shampoo is just so easy to make at home I can never bring myself to splurge on it! One day…one day…

    Mayah x

    1. That's why I'm getting the travel size 🙂 1st time using dry shampoo, so I'll see how it makes my hair look. The packaging is surely lovely! xx

    1. Ah wonderful! If you liked it, I'm sure I'll like it then 🙂 Dr. Bronner's hand sanitizer is such a useful product, I wonder how I did not get this earlier. xx

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