Last week, I was gifted these two products from Vegi, a new skincare and beauty brand that uses all natural and edible ingredients. I can't say I took a taste, but there is something comforting about knowing that what I put on my body is safe for me to ingest. Why would we want to put anything toxic or full of chemicals on if it's dangerous for them to go in? I don't know, maybe it's just me.

So the two products I tried out were the To A Tea Face & Body Scrub, and the Pit Deep Conditioning Treatment.

I'll start by talking about the Pit Deep Conditioner. The ingredients are simply just avocado, soybean oil, agave nectar, and corn flour, and its goal is to repair and moisturize. I got in the shower, got my hair wet and then put this mask in starting from my scalp to my ends. I focused more on my ends than anything, since that's where the majority of damage is for me (split ends, dryness, etc.)  I kept the mask in while I washed my face & body... sang a few songs... etc. altogether for about 15 minutes. I rinsed it out and used my normal shampoo and conditioner. What I liked is that when I rinsed it out, my hair didn't feel super heavy, which is the problem I have with a lot of other masks. My hair is pretty thin and fine, so I typically like to use products that add volume or texture, so using masks or deep conditioners can sometimes weigh it down and take those away. This product, because of its all natural base, just rejuvenated the natural oils in my hair. [Reminder: This product must be kept refrigerated]

While I waited for my mask to soak in, I used the To A Tea Face & Body Scrub. It's only ingredients are sugar, coconut oil, and green tea leaves, which gave a subtle, but calming scent. It was a little messy, but my skin felt like a little baby's butt after. It did a great job of getting rid of any dead and dry skin, and leaving it radiant and glowy. This would be the perfect product to use before using a self tanner or getting a spray tan. Alternatively, it can be used like a bath treatment if you add a few teaspoons to your bath water. 

I'd definitely recommend trying these products out if you have sensitive skin that is easily irritated by chemicals in a lot of other skincare products. A little can go a long way, and that's how I felt about how the ingredients in these products... simple, yet producing great results.