Dr Jacobs Naturals is a line of body cleansing products that is made right here in the USA in Brooklyn, New York. I was sent a few of Dr Jacobs Naturals' products to try and I love them!
The products arrived securely packaged with a lot of care and were in perfect condition when I received them.
The first product that I received was Lavender Castile soap. This wonderful exfoliates the skin and soothes away my day. It leaves my skin feeling soft and relaxed. This soap is triple milled with organic shea butter. It has all natural ingredients and is void of chemical derivatives. My skin felt moisturized and smelled so pretty.
The second product that I received to try was Almond Honey face and body wash. This is also a liquid castile soap. This body wash is made to help keep moisture in the skin. It has almond oil in it, which is often used in aromatherapy. It has vitamins A, B and E. This rinses nicely and keeps my skin feeling hydrated.
The last product that I received was Eucalyptus Liquid Soap which is also a face and body wash. This product has a convenient pump. Eucalyptus has a nice cooling effect which is great for sinuses. It is a very refreshing body wash. Did you know that the eucalyptus leaf was used for infections, upset stomach and to help loosen coughs? Of course this product is not consumable, but it is great for anti-inflammatory and cooling the skin.
Dr Jacobs products are available in many natural scents including:
Dr. Jacobs was a Swiss chemist that perfected the long-standing Castilian tradition of making Jabon de Castilla or Castile soap before the turn of the 19th century. Today, we still use the same recipes and work to uphold the long-standing tradition of making natural Castile Soap products.
The company Dr. Jacobs was created by Joey and Ezra Aini in the spring 2011. Familiar with cosmetics and skincare from other brands they have launched, they are answering the call of demand from customers for a multi-purpose natural soap product.
Disclosure: I received products to review for my honest opinion. Your opinion may differ.