Recently, Swanson Health Products sent me a $25 coupon to review some products on their site. Swanson is a family-owned business that sells a variety of organic foods, vitamins, supplements, teas, eco-friendly cleaners, natural beauty products, etc. for very low prices. You can learn more about them HERE.
I was very excited to choose some products to review, and after a couple hours of searching (They sell everything! I couldn’t decide what to get! I wanted it all!) I chose a nice variety of products.
- Kiss my Face Liquid Rock Roll-On Lavender Deodorant: It smells good and it doesn’t have a bunch of nasty chemicals like most deodorants. Rolls on easily, and yes, it works. $3.69
- NOW Foods Completely Kissable Lip Balm Pomegranate: I’m a sucker for chapstick. I am always putting it on, and I love the fun flavors! But I do not like the chemicals most have. This chapstick is great because it doesn’t have those chemicals; and instead contains healthy and moisturizing Beeswax, coconut oil, sunflower seed oil, vitamin E, shea butter, and cacao seed butter. It also has a great fruity flavor, but not overly fruity-which I like. It also rolls on clear, so it doesn’t turn your lips strange colors! $1.18
- Nutiva Organic Hemp Protein Powder+Fiber: I actually have yet to try this, but I have heard such wonderful things about the benefits of hemp protein. This one as only one ingredient: Raw certified organic hemp protein powder. No added sweeteners, which is huge for me. Have you tried hemp powder? If so, do you have any good recipes? $8.91
- Organic Raw Cacao Nibs: I love cacao nibs! I haven’t had them in while because they can be rather expensive. Swanson sells them for a great price, though, so I might be able to have them more often! My favorite way to eat them is rolled on a spoonful of peanut butter. $4.99
- Bob’s Red Mill Stone Ground Whole Grain Spelt Flour: I was excited to experiment with this new flour (see what I made below). Spelt is actually not gluten-free, but some with gluten intolerances my be able to handle it. A whole grain ancient wheat that dates back 9,000 years. It has a nutty flavor and can be substituted in most recipes calling for wheat flour. $2.84
Thanks again, Swanson!