Tropical Traditions **GIVEAWAY CLOSED**

How many times have I raved about Tropical Traditions on this blogazine?  If you’ve been a reader for any length of time, you have surely seen a post or two at least once a month.  I can’t tell you how much I love their products.  All of them.  But for this review, I’ll just stick to their organic moisturizing lotions.

On Tropical Traditions‘ website, it states that…

Filipinos are well-known for their youthful appearance and soft skin, even though they live in a climate that exposes them to the sun’s rays year round. Coconut oil is their main dietary oil, and is also the main ingredient in their skin care products.

Soft and youthful would be nice, but when you think of coconut oil in a lotion, you think greasy, right?  And no one in their right mind would ever want to apply a greasy lotion on their face, fearing clogged pores or (eek!) a break out.  So I nervously took the ultimate greasy lotion challenge just to prove to the world that this lotion wouldn’t do that to my face.  And not once or twice either.  Actually, I’ve been using it on my face everyday for a couple of months now and have permanently replaced my face lotion for the Tropical Traditions organic lotion.  It goes on smoothyl and absorbs quickly, leaving behind soft, touchable skin with no greasy residue, clogged pores or break outs.  Unfortunately, I can’t attest to its performance on wrinkles since I really don’t have any major ones yet.  (But I will let you know if it works on those in the future.)

What’s in these natrual, hand-made lotions?  Not alcohols, nor petroleum products, no toxins, no soy,  and definitely no artificial fragrances. Instead, they start with a base of Tropical Trraditions’ high quality organic Virgin Coconut Oil (containing more antioxidants than other coconut oils on the market) and Virgin Palm Oil, which is rich in natural carotenes and contains higher concentrations of tocotrienols (a more powerful form of Vitamin E than what most skin products on the market contain).

Other ingredients include a plant-based (non-soy) emulsifying wax, grapefruit seed extract, purified water, and organic jojoba.  In the scented varieties, there are added organic essential oils.

Varieties:

  • Unscented
  • Lavender (relaxing and soothing)
  • Citrus (revitalizing and uplifting)
  • Peppermint (invigorating and stimulating)
  • Arnica (aids in massaging tired muscles)
  • Baby Silk (most popular scent)

The organic moisturizing lotions range from $14.50 to $15.99 for an 8-ounce size bottle.  (Although these lotions are not just limited to your face, I did once pay more than that to moisturize my face.)

Be sure to check out Tropical Traditions full skin care line while you’re at it.

If you do decide to place any order with Tropical Traditions, as a first-time customer you can receive a FREE copy of their Virgin Coconut Oil book (valued at $14.99).  Simply select “Referred by a Friend” at checkout and enter code 6132915 to receive your complimentary copy.

And to keep up with their weekly specials, deals, and free shipping, make sure to sign up for the Tropical Traditions emailed newsletter.

**Win** Tropical Traditions is offering one lucky reader his or her choice of an organic moisturizing lotion!

MANDATORY ENTRY

To enter, visit Tropical Traditions and leave a comment on this post letting me know something else you like from their website.

This is required and must be done before the extra entries or your entries will not be valid!

BONUS ENTRIES

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***Giveaway closes March 6th @ 11:59 pm EST and winner will be chosen via Random.org. Open to US Residents.***

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Disclaimer: The sample product(s) reviewed was provided free of charge. NoM was under no obligation to review it if we so chose, nor was NoM under any obligation to write a positive review or sponsor a product giveaway in return for the free product. The views and opinions expressed in this post are solely that of NoM, and are completely honest and without influence. NoM has reviewed this product(s) because we like it and think it would benefit our readers. To view our full policy, please click here.

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    Susan Smith says:
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    Susan Smith says:

    FAN of Tropical Traditions on Facebook Susan Smith

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    Susan Smith says:

    .Follow Tropical Traditions on Twitter.
    susan1215

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    Susan Smith says:

    Follow A Nation of Moms on Twitter susan1215

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    Susan Smith says:

    Become a FAN of the **brand new** A Nation of Moms on Facebook Susan Smith

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    palm oil or raw honey

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    I love their lavender massage oil

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    # Become a FAN of Tropical Traditions on Facebook.

    toni marie caravello

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    # Follow Tropical Traditions on Twitter.

    tonic67

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    # Follow A Nation of Moms on Twitter.

    tonic67

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    # Become a FAN of the **brand new** A Nation of Moms on Facebook.

    toni marie caravello

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    # Subscribe to A Nation of Moms blogazine via Email on the sidebar. (You must confirm/verify your subscription by checking your email inbox to complete the process.)

    done

    reannenny at aol.com

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