Nubian Heritage Coconut Papaya Body Wash & Lotion Review

In the last couple of months I’ve been trying some new body and hair care products, and I’m eager to share some of them with you! Today I’m sharing my experience with Nubian Heritage’s body wash and body lotion.

I found these products at my local Co-Op, and they had a variety of scents to pick from. I decided on Coconut Papaya for it’s bright, fruity scent and moisturizing properties. The coconut oil in the body wash helps hydrate while it cleanses, while the shea butter and aloe helps soften rough skin. It’s free of parabens, phthalates, petroleum, and paraffin, and the polishing and renewing claim is true. My skin almost felt like it had a shiny layer on top of it when I got out of the shower, and it was extremely soft.

The scent was pleasant and wasn’t overwhelming, and although this body wash doesn’t lather a lot, I still feel like it cleanses well. It’s gentle on my sensitive skin and has never caused an allergic reaction, which was a big reason that I made the transition into more natural body wash and lotion. I’ve gone through a bottle of this with no trouble, and I had to go out and buy more!

I love this body lotion. It’s creamy without being too greasy. It sinks in quickly, my skin feels so soft, and the scent is there but it’s not overwhelming. A majority of the time I will have to cut scented lotion with some unscented because the smell will be too strong for me. But, I’ve found that I can use this lotion by itself with no problems. Paired with the body wash, it definitely helps give my skin some much-needed moisture in these winter months!

For more natural care, check out my review of Field Day’s Honey Almond Shampoo and Conditioner here! For more articles, check out my article on how stress affects us here, or my November and December SipsBy Box here! For updates and more content, check out my Instagram tarynstales here! Thanks for reading!

Give yourself the same care and attention that you give to others and watch yourself bloom.

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