What started as a simple experiment in the farm turned into an all-natural skincare line by sisters Julia and Rebecca Sinclair-Smith. I was recently introduced to Smith Farms and here is what I've been testing so far as part of the winter survival kit!
Smith Farms Nourishing Hair & Body Oil: Now that I'm a huge advocate for body oils, I wasn't afraid to give this one a try. The difference between what I was using up until now and this oil is that Smith Farms has found a way to make it multi-purpose, for body AND hair. This product is ideal for those days when I have to wake up, throw myself in the shower + be ready in less than 20 minutes. If it can help keep my daily routine as simple as possible, I'm all for it! I love that it's very light and doesn't weigh down my hair or skin.
*Fun tip: you can add this oil in water when taking a hot bath in the winter!
Smith Farms Shea Butter Lip Balm: While this all-natural treatment softens my lips and adds a lot of moisture (just what I need in the winter), I am really not a fan of the scent and that is unfortunately keeping me from using it. It contains shea butter, cocoa butter, extra virgin coconut oil, avocado oil and beeswax; all amazing ingredients that make up for a good product for your lips!
Smith Farms Vitamin Rich Hand Cream: This lavender & peppermint scented cream is god-sent. It's non-greasy, absorbs well and is supposed to help regenerate skin and cuticles; I've been using it on my hands AND feet! I'm always on the hunt for durable creams to add to my collection, and I promise you I'll be getting this one again once it's finished.
The price-point for Smith Farms is reasonable, considering it's all natural products -- ranging from $4 to $40! You can purchase these items directly from their website. I'm excited to see what else is in store for this young brand and hope to try more products this year!