Target gets me…every…single…time.

I met a friend at Target a few days ago with no shopping list and no intention of buying anything. Guess what, those plans were completely overthrown by a powerful force much stronger than myself or my will power, as I strolled down the beauty isles of Target. One minute I am laughing and talking with my friend, and the next minute, products are being magnetically pulled (by said force) off of the shelves and into my shopping cart.

Side note: Does anyone else’s husband hate Target as much as mine does for this very reason? :)

Anyways, I am a sucker for natural anything, natural health, natural beauty products, natural cleaning products, you name it. So when I see these products I am all about buying them, supporting the company that provides them (as opposed to the toxic products from their competitors), and trying them out.

Random Fact: One of the many reasons why I love doTERRA is because they have so many natural and non-toxic goodies for me to try and fall in love with.

Ok back to my Target trip, I picked up a few items to try out and have linked them all for you at the bottom of this blog post. I also added a few of my favorite non-toxic makeup items from there too if you’re interested in cleaning up your makeup routine without breaking the bank.

  • I was already in the market for a good nose strip to unclog pores, but the brands like Biore had parabens and other sketchy ingredients in theirs, so I was really excited when I found the Yes to Tomatoes Nose Kit . The sample I got came with a cleanser/scrub to help open the pores and then the charcoal strip to remove all the junk. The nose strip worked really well, but I think the cleanser was sort of unnecessary, any face wash with some sort of exfoliant would work all the same.

  • I have heard so many amazing things about witch hazel for your skin, so I decided to pick up the Thayer’s liquid witch hazel and the towelettes (to keep with me on the go). I love, love, love them and the glow that they give my skin! If your skin is looking a little dull or dry, definitely give witch hazel a try.

  • The Pacifica Super Green Detox mask didn’t impress me too much, my skin felt good after I took it off, but I still like my doTERRA Detoxifying Mud Mask better for weekly face masks.

  • Lastly, is the Yes to Tomatoes Detoxifying Dots for breakouts. I haven’t had a blemish, so I haven’t been able to put it to good use, but I did open them up and try to peel one off the sheet and it tore very easily. I will probably be sticking to my Alba Acne Pimple Patch (also linked below).

If you’re interested in learning more about non-toxic or natural beauty products and ingredients to avoid check out one of my recent blog posts: Non-toxic Beauty Tips.

Thanks for stopping by loves. Until next time!

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