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Updated: February 4, 2013
My daughter and I started ThingsThatWeDo.com as a way to share our thoughts and opinions on the basic things we do in our family. We do product reviews, post recipes (whenever I have the guts to share), and talk about events or ideas that we get. This is an update post with special thanks to Erin for sending me an email regarding the Live Clean Sensitive Skin fragrance free lotion.
I had originally posted this product review back in January 28, 2012 which would make it just over a year ago. Well, I have to tell you all, as I told Erin, that I must have been sleeping or nearly asleep when I first did this product review. Somewhere along the way, I completely neglected to include the list of ingredients for the Live Clean Sensitive Skin fragrance free lotion. Erin was kind enough to send me an email inquiring about the ingredient list and so all of us benefit because I’m now updating the post.
For those of you interested in knowing, here are the ingredients used in the Live Clean Sensitive Skin fragrance free lotion: aqua (purified water) with certified organic botanicals: camellia sinensis extract, chamomilla recutita (matricaria) flower extract, glycerin, glyceryl stearate, cocoglycerides, dicaprylyl ether, vegetable oil, cetyl alcohol, stearyl alcohol, hydrogenated vegetable oil, euphorbia cerifera (candelilla) wax, sodium stearayl glutamate, xanthan gum, retinyl palmitate (vitamin A palmitate), tocopheryl acetate (vitamin E acetate), phenxyethanol, sodium benzoate. I’ve also included a photo image of the ingredient list. It’s not great because of the shape of the bottle but hopefully, you can see most of the words. Sorry, photography is just not my forte!
My thoughts on the list of ingredients? I don’t know what most of all this stuff means but I’m glad that the Live Clean company made the product 98% plant ingredients and ecofriendly. It’s phthalate free, paraben free, and is made for sensitive skin. The Live Clean Sensitive Skin fragrance free lotion is also petroleum free, mineral oil free, and is purely vegan. Probably the only question mark in my head is the use of sodium benzoate which some might find contentious.
So, now you all know the full scoop and again, special thanks to Erin for the email and for sending a shout out our way. If you’d like to drop me a line, feel free to do so by making a comment below (sorry, you’ll have to register to the site first, it’s a pain I know, but it removes all the fakers out there) or you can simply send me an email using our website name: thingsthatwedo.com and then add the @gmail.com to it.
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