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In The Spotlight Vermont Lavender By A Lifestyle Blog Writer

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Vermont Lavender LLC owner Diane Maurice-Brault

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Brittany Blaze of Trulyblazey.com blog had this to say about Vermont Lavender. Visit her site to find out more about this article. Here's the article as written by Brittany. She was kind enough to let me post it in my Vermont Lavender blog as a featured article.

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Vermont Lavender was founded in January 2018 by Barre, Vermont resident Diane Maurice-Brault out of a desire to create a natural skincare line to treat skin conditions including Eczema and Psoriasis. Visit her blog to read more.

My Vermont Lavender Skincare Routine

1. Calendula Body Butter (Unscented)

 

       

This 100% all-natural body butter is made with 95% pure Ceramide powder. Ceramides are naturally occurring within our bodies in order to make new skin cells. I also like that the product is unscented because when you have sensitive skin fragranced products can often cause redness and irritation. The texture is very rich making this butter the perfect product for winter when dry skin often needs a bit of extra hydration. This body butter is not at all agitating to my sensitive skin and did the trick for reducing the redness of the Eczema on my hands. I also have bad rough patches on my hands which this product treated effectively by hydrating and smoothing them out!

2. Maple Lip Balm  

This lip balm is 100% all-natural and made with nourishing ingredients including cocoa butter, coconut oil, sweet almond oil, castor oil, and Vermont maple syrup. Maple syrup is packed with nutrients, antioxidants, and anti-aging properties. It’s also anti-bacterial which is great for serious cases of eczema (open-wounds) that need to be treated with an anti-septic as well. This lip balm is very gritty which I found to be a bit odd. It’s an extremely unique product as it exfoliates like a lip scrub but as you keep rubbing your lips together the grittiness dissolves into a creamy balm. I found that this product will keep your lips hydrated for hours before having to reapply and it takes away all of the dead skin which is amazing too! I would say this product is absolutely worth giving a shot. I should also note that it tastes so incredible!

3. Calendula Lotion (Unscented)

This 90% natural product reminds me of an unscented and way more gentle version of POND’S® Dry Skin Cream which I used to use in high school. I took this cream with me on a snowmobiling trip because I knew my skin would get extra dry. I used this product as a moisturizer after showering and it kept my skin soft and hydrated without clogging my pores.

 

4. Lavender Linen Soap Lavender Linen handmade soap with ocean wave whale design

While it may seem a bit odd, but one of the first things that I do when I get in the shower is washing my hands. I do this because the shower is where I do all of my skincare and I want to make sure my hands are completely cleaned before applying. I use this bar soap in the shower to wash up. I like the fruity and florally fragrance that it has. I also like that this bar soap foams into a rich and luxurious lather!

 

 

I tried a few products from Vermont Lavender, but my favorite of the bunch is definitely the Calendula Body Butter! It really helped soothe my itchy Eczema and to reduce redness. Check out Vermont Lavender on Facebook or Instagram Pinterest and visit their website to support this Vermont-based organic skincare business.

What’s your favorite Vermont-based skincare line? Let me know in the comments below!

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