Here at the cottage we work hard and play hard and the messes we make are usually really big.
The weather has gotten warmer and so we have been able to get out into the garden and get into the dirt. It feels so good to have the sunshine on your shoulders and the soil on your hands, watching the gardens all spring to life once again when the winter seemed like it would never end. It really can do a number on our hands and fingernails though and the sun can be hard on your hair.
You all know that we are always searching for amazing new products so we were super excited when we were approached by Black Mountain Farm to review their products.
All of their products are farm-made, organic, cruelty-free, and biodegradable with no plastic waste. A few days later we got a package delivered to our door filled with all kinds of goodies!
Personally, I’ve never used bar shampoos and conditioners but I am really impressed. These bars are really easy to use, and leave my hair clean, soft and smelling amazing. I have a lot of hair (it is down to my bottom) so it takes a lot of product for my hair so I was concerned about it using the entire bar but it didn’t.
This is a delicious soap poured over an all natural Lufa sponge.
I really love this soap! Perfect for when we come in from the garden and need to scrub the dirt off. The soap does not burn my skin or dry it out and the lufa is just abrasive enough to scrub the dirt and dry patches off of my skin.
We keep this lotion bar right by the sink so that after we use the lufa soap we can moisturize our hands. This bar works and leaves our skin nice and soft.
The Rosevine Cottage Girls are a mother and twin-daughter team. We intercede into the lives of men and women to speak truth into their lives and remind them of their worthwhile inspiring them to try new things and embrace the mess and turn it into their message. We’ve heard so many times from people in our life that they struggled with recognizing their worth. We’re here to tell you that you are priceless, even on your messiest day, and remind you that you have an impact on the world around you.