Monday, March 2, 2015

Koru Naturals


Koru Naturals Review

Hey Neighbors!

I was recently allowed to review two different products from Koru Naturals.  The first was Koru Naturals' Pure Emu Oil, the second was the Manuka Oil and Manuka Honey Shampoo and Conditioner.  I was really excited to have the opportunity to try some of their products.

Koru Naturals is based in New Zealand.  They feel that New Zealand products offer a better value and emphasize natural substances more than those found in America.  Their symbol, the Koru, comes from a Maori name given to the newborn fern frond.


Koru Naturals Review

Before
I want to start with the Emu Oil.  My son has extremely dry, chapped hands.  During the winter months his hands are often so badly chapped that they crack and bleed.  He has tried several creams and lotions.  He seemed a bit skeptical when I mentioned the Emu Oil, but he was willing to try it.  Both of us noticed a marked improvement in his hands after using the Emu Oil for several days in a row.  His hands were not as red, and they were not cracked open and bleeding.  He even mentioned how soft they felt, compared to how rough and dry they used to be.  He keeps the Emu Oil in their bathroom cabinet and uses it each morning and often other times throughout the day.  It does not take much oil to spread on both hands.  A 2 oz. bottle is $9.85.  It should last awhile as it only takes a little drop or two to work in.


There is a big difference between the before above and this one.  I know he has a small cut, but that was from basketball, not dry, cracking skin.



Manuka Oil and Honey Shampoo and Conditioner is next.  I always have to remind myself that natural shampoo and soaps do not lather the same way others do.  I really like the fragrance of the Manuka Oil and Manuka Honey Shampoo and Conditioner.  I only used this once, because my original thought was this would be perfect for my 14 year old.  She has very fine, flyaway hair, and her bangs have a tendency to get slightly oily is she does not keep them off her forehead.  The Manuka Oil and Manuka Honey Shampoo and Conditioner seemed to help.  She likes the fragrance too, which really encourages her to use it!  She has also learned to condition the ends more than her bangs and to occasionally skip using conditioner on her bangs.  I especially like that this is a natural shampoo and conditioner for her to use.  My older daughters use varying products, but for her I appreciate being able to use something not full of chemicals.  The ingredients include New Zealand Manuka Oil, Manuka Honey, Lavender, Chamomile, Rosehip Oil and the strongest ingredient you can smell, Peppermint.  You can purchase the set for $14.95.



Koru Naturals Review





Be sure to visit the Koru Naturals website and take some time to see what else they have to offer.  You may also wish to follow them on their social media sites.
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Then take a moment to see what the other Crew members had to say.  Some of them reviewed other products too!


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