Organic beauty products for people and pups!

October 26, 2009By 3 Comments

Jackson Sage has a fabulous, luxurious line of pure, botanical bath and body products for humans and our furry friends (canines in particular).

Jackson Sage makes amazing soaps that are all handmade, cold-processed and contain natural oils, butters, herbs, clay and pure essential oils. They are beautifully packaged and they smell divine.  A single bar of soap just sitting on your bathroom counter will scent the entire room, eliminating the need for any type of air fresheners or plug-ins.

Handmade organic soaps $6.50 each

Handmade organic soaps $6.50 each

These soaps rock my world:

Blue Eucalyptus & Lavender Soap ($6.50): This exfoliating and deep cleansing bar of soap contains Fair Trade Shea Butter, Organic Almond Oil, French Green Clay, Apricot Meal, Blue Eucalyptus and Lavender Essential Oils. Eucalyptus and Lavender – two my favorite scents together? I’m sold. I’ll take 12! Speaking of, holiday season is just around the corner and these soaps would make great gifts!

Rhassoul Lavender Soap ($6.50): This soap contains Rhassoul Clay, Shea Butter, Lavender Essential Oil. I like the word Rhassoul; I think it’s beautiful (go on, say it out loud). This soap has detoxifying, toning and moisturizing properties. It smells wonderful and makes my skin feel super smooth.

Garden Hippie Soap ($6.50): Before even reading the ingredients I figured Hippie = Patchouli… and I got a lil’ nervous. Even though I’m not particularly a fan of patchouli, this combo of Rose Clay, Shea Butter and Pure Essential Oils of Patchouli, Geranium & Lemongrass was perfect! I’m in love with this soap.  Maybe it’s also called “hippie” soap because it inspires love (for the soap). ;)

After sudsing it up, I highly suggest you moisturize with some Lavender Recovery Body Cream ($27): This cream contains moisturizing shea butter, healing aloe vera, skin firming Atlantic kelp, anti-oxidant rich red rooibos tea, age fighting hibiscus extract and calming, pure lavender essential oil. This cream is pure, vegan, it smells beautiful and the consistency is just right. I’ve been using this cream on my body right before I go to bed and it really helps ease me into a sleepy, relaxing mode.

Body Recovery Cream $27

Body Recovery Cream $27

Pooch Products:

Dog Shampoo Bar ($10): This gentle bar of soap contains natural glycerin, moisturizing jojoba oil, healing neem oil and pure essential oils. This formula has anti-inflammatory and insect repellent properties and it’s perfect for dogs with dry, itchy and sensitive skin. Your pooch is your baby, and your baby deserves the finest and purest skin care.

Dog Shampoo Bar $10

Dog Shampoo Bar $10

Jackson Sage also make amazing an Herbal Dog Shampoo ($16), Hot Dog Balm ($13), Therapeutic Herbal Mist ($12) and Dog Conditioning Mist ($12). Don’t judge me but I used a lil’ of the dog conditioning mist on myself and it added a beautiful, healthy shine that my hair desperately needed. I only used a little bit and it totally helped keep my frizzies at bay. :) Hmmm, researching all of these dog beauty products makes my want to adopt a pooch pal. Perhaps it’s in the forecast.

For more info: Jackson Sage

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  1. The best thing about these dog natural remedies is that they are safe for your dog’s health. Since most of the ingredients in these supplements are organic, you do not must worry about side effects. A number of clinical studies have been done on the herbs and it is been proven beyond doubt that they are safe to be consumed by animals.

  2. awesomevegan says:

    Are you going to adopt a lil baby from your local shelter? :) Make sure you share pictures if you do! :) This may be a beauty blog but animals are beautiful too! :) That conditioning mist sounds lovely. I still need to look into the doggie shampoo that you gave a good review! I am open to trying anything vegan for my hair!

    • Sunny says:

      As much as I want a pooch, we’ve got a full house – I have 4 rescued furry purry love muffins. One day… :) I will eventually get around to posting some pics of my kitty cats. >^..^<

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