Don’t know about you but I love to be indulged! I love all things spa and relaxing. Yuppers, I’m a girly girl and if you are too (or know one) then you’re gonna love Kio Kio! What I don’t love about girly girl products are the junk added to them and the price. Reasonably priced around $35 each piece, Kio Kio uses no parabens, petroleum derivatives, by-products, propylene glycol, PEGS, silicones, GMOs, artificial colours, synthetic fillers, isothiazolinone, DEA or TEA, IBPC, harsh detergents or surfactants. The company has not commissioned or conducted any animal testing on their ingredients or products. How cool is that?
Kio Kio’s body soap, wash, lotion, mist and cream are available in four Pacific inspired fragrances from the company’s native New Zealand:
CITRUS PETAL & TARATA (yellow) Tarata tree has sweet, lemon scented leaves & flowers that are used as potent scented healing oils.
PACIFIC TIARE & TI KAUKA (blue) Ti Kauka is naturally cleansing & nurturing. Traditionally used to heal skin, ancient people also regarded it for good luck & fertility.
RAINFOREST & KOROMIKO (green) Koromiko renews and smoothes stressed skin. It was used in ritual ceremonies & for healing skin complaints.
FRANGIPANI & PURIRI (pink) Puriri provides natural balance and was also traditionally used to treat sore throats, common aches & pains.
Head to Apothia or Anthropologie and scoop some up for that lovely lady in your life (or yourself!)
Someone is going to win a Pacific collection valued at over $120! You’ll get the (blue) wash, mist, cream, and lotion! All you need to do is fill out the form below!
**Contest closes on August 31 at midnight EST and the winner will be picked randomly (by random.org) and announced on September 1. Don’t forget to leave a way for me to contact you!
One last note, the giveaway is only open to US residents.
I blog with integrity: I wasn’t paid for this review but I was given the above prize to try and am giving one away to one of my readers. Although I kept the product the opinion remains my own. Facebook in no way sponsored or endorsed this.