I should note that I do not work for Product Body, nor was I compensated for this post. I am simply trying to spread the gospel of Product Body because oh dear lord I love this stuff.
So, without further ado, here are the products I've tried and loved (emphasis on Crush on You because I might be a little addicted to it):
- Crush on You (which is officially the company's top seller): I first learned about this magical* substance through Not Martha and BUST Magazine - and since two of my trusted resources stood behind it, I thought I'd give it a try. Oh boy. Wow. It's like heaven. I have tried Yuzu, Lemon Essential and Sexy Laundry Day, and they are all wonderful. Sexy Laundry Day smells like it sounds - it's hard to explain, but just think of laundry day. But sexy. Yeah. It's good. I hope Jo makes more Lemon Essential because omg that stuff makes me want to eat it right up! Yuzu was a bit too sweet smelling for me, but it's pretty dang good too. The trial sizes last a good month or two, depending on how often you use it, and at $13.50 a pop, they're a worthy splurge. Get a few, test out the scents, see what you like. Warning: You may love them all. Marvelous in the shower, obvi, but according to other reviewers, it's good as a facewash, or as a kitchen soap, or for a multitude of other reasons. So. So. Good. It exfoliates without drying, and moisturizes without leaving an oily residue. And after 20 years of "suffering" with Keratosis Pilaris, I have found that this is the only thing that actually minimizes the little bumps. So there you go. That was a long and gushing review, but I can't recommend this stuff highly enough.
- Sugarfoot: Real Simple raved about this stuff in their article about easy at-home pedicures, and for good reason. Great for calloused feet, dry heels, and pampering your tootsies. Dancer-friends of mine have confirmed that it is a godsend to their overworked feet, and I agree.
- Cream: I have this in Sexy Laundry Day, and it is a post-shower luxury. $13 a tub, and lasts a long time. Or a very, very short time, depending on how frequently you use it. And you will want to use it a lot. Rich and delicious, infused with Shea Butter, you will moisturize to your heart's content.
Oh, and did I mention that Product Body products are all natural? Sometimes made with organic/sustainable/made with local-ingredients? Minimally processed and never tested on animals? Yeah. Her Mama Bomb line is safe for newborns, and babies-in-utero (containing no parabens, preservatives or chemicals - so it's safe to be absorbed into your skin). It's really a body care system you can feel good using.
You can follow her at www.twitter.com/productbody, and also on her blog, where she will sometimes post discounts (like the recent 15% off for Facebook/Twitter followers) or information about the store she opened in Florida. Joanna Schmidt is a savvy and talented business owner, and I fully support her efforts.
More press here if you're still not convinced.
*note: magical powers have not been scientifically proven