Do you say Yes (Yes To Cucumbers)?
Do you say yes or no? I say why not?! Yes To Cucumbers is part of the Yes To family of natural skincare, bodycare, hair care products. What I like about this line is that natural or organic used to always translate into "expensive." This line is affordable and easily available at drugstores, supermarkets (which is wear I bought this) and Target stores. There isn't skimping on the quality. And they are socially conscious, a portion of proceeds go to Yes To Carrots Seed Fund, a charity helping people through sustainable agriculture.
Now let's get the the product at hand. (Yes to puns). Yes To Cucumbers Cool Conditioning Hand Cream is one of 3 hand cream products from the Yes To family. I picked this formulation particularly because I wanted something to keep close to my desk that was light yet moisturizing but not greasy or oily. What I was looking for was a hand cream that soaked into my skin and retained moisture. Well, I found that and a bag of chips. This cream just sinks below the surface and hydrates my hands, but I don't have a waxy or slippery build up on my hands. The cooling sensation is a nice and invigorating bonus. I was concerned slightly about the cucumber scent, but it's extremely mild and rather aromatic. No Bath & Body Works cucumber melon sweetness overload here. Just a fresh, crisp hint of cucumber fragrance.
What I like about this most about this is that you are not missing anything. You don't feel that you are settling on performance because it doesn't have parabens, petroleum or SLS. And you don't feel like you are overpaying because of the natural and organic ingredients.
So say yes, yes, YES!
99.6% natural ingredients looks like this.
So do you say yes? I did and I might say yes again. I definitely want to try more of this line.
Say Yes To Cucumbers Cool Conditioning Hand Cream 100ml, 3.38oz for $9.99 and is available at Target stores, drugstores nationwide and www.yestocarrots.com. Check the Yes To Carrots website for special deals.
Do you go for natural products? Do you tend to skip them because you are afraid you are either missing out or overpaying? Have you tried anything from the Yes To Carrots line?