Mama Likey: Nature’s Gate Velvet Moisture Body Wash and Liquid Soap
Just in time for the cold weather, we recently started using Nature’s Gate new Velvet Moisture Liquid Soap, as well as the Body Wash. The company touts this new line with being enriched with seven natural moisture boosters, which include Shea Butter, Sweet Almond Oil, Apricot Kernel Oil, Soybean Oil, Sodium Hyaluronate, Vegetable Glycerin, and Vitamin E.
I currently have the Tea Tree soap in both the kitchen and bathroom, which is a nice change from our trusty Dr. Bronners. After hand washing dishes, on top of wiping you know who’s booty all day, my hands take a beating. This soap is, like its name suggests, moisturizing. We previously tried the Pomegranate scent, which was a bit much for me; however, I’m a big fan of the Tea Tree scent. This liquid soap definitely does the trick and best of all, it’s natural.
Right now, we have the Aloe Vera Body Wash in the shower. Again, we normally use Dr. Bronner’s as our body wash, so if you’re familiar with castille soap, it’s not as thick as other soaps. Nature’s Gate Velvet Body Wash is quite similar in texture to the liquid soap, and is equally, if not more, moisturizing. I’m one of those people that must lather on lotion immediately after the shower, but after using the Aloe Vera Body Wash, I felt like I could’ve gone without. I’m a big fan of the Nature’s Gate Velvet Body Wash.
We use many of Nature’s Gates products already, so the new liquid soap and body wash will be welcome additions in our home. We’re big fans of all of their products, so the fact that the company is socially responsible and extremely eco-friendly are huge selling points for our family too. The Velvet Moisture soaps come in four different flavors and can be found at stores that sell Nature’s Gate products.