Cheriís Country Cottage
By Jill Sterling
After the unintelligible ingredients of some of the other
products, Cheriís County Cottage Green Tea Soap was a
welcome change. I enjoyed this soap a lot.
green hunk of soap with chunks of sloughing agents (they look
like seeds) did a great job of sloughing off dead skin and
getting me clean. The smell is like ivory soap with a slight
hint of a tea scent.
The bar is packaged very simply and
contains shea butter, mango butter, silky jojoba oil, almond
oils, green tea extract, Vitamin C, spearmint, tea tree, and
rosemary essential oils. $4.59 for 4oz Ė a nice product at a
Cheriís Country Cottage Gardener's
Hand Cream, with shea butter, rose hip seed oil, green tea
extract, lavender, rosemary and eucalyptus essential oils and
vitamin E, is a wonderfully thick, fluffy and aromatic (the
scent is reminiscent of cinnamon and spice) concoction.
really like hand creams that actually moisturize beyond the
topical and this product definitely delivers. Upon initial
application, the cream is greasy and oily Ė like Vaseline; but
after only a very short while, the greasy feeling disappeared
and my hands felt incredibly moisturized and soft.
label promises that "This cream will massage into skin
eventually!" Be patient Ė it does and itís well worth it.
My hands felt incredibly moisturized - almost heavy from the
deep moisturizing properties. The pleasant scent and
moisturizing effects stay with your skin over time, which is
Donít think you have to be a gardener to use it. If you want
your hands to feel like a babyís bottom, try this product. The
2-ounce tub, which sells for $8.84, is a nice product for
gardeners and non-gardeners alike! Another added bonus is that a
little goes a very long way so the price is most certainly