the fresh perspective…

Malie Organics Body Wash


I’m back with a product review.  Malie Organics is a skin care line we’ve been carrying for a few years.   I can honestly say that I’ve been using the body wash exclusively for over six months and am noticing that it is the real deal.  I LOVE moisturized skin and will stop at nothing to keep it soft, supple and fresh.  The wash is moisturizing and freshly scented.  Koke’e’s scent is from the Hawaiian plant the Maile vine. It’s a little thin but dissolves and spreads quite easily.  I tend to be an over user but a little less is always better…

Apart from making me fresh, clean and moist, any time you purchase a Malie Organics product that uses the Maile vine, 1% of the proceeds goes back to the Koke’e Resource Conservation Program.  So now you’re doing a little more!

With the onslaught of information about the (watch the video if you’re okay with images of death) catastrophe in Bangladesh, I have really begun to try to learn where my hard-earned money goes.  Buying a $25 lotion over a department store $10 lotion seems a little extravagant, but let me say that the lotion I buy gives back.  The $10 drug store lotion that’s massed produced probably does not give back.  This was meant to be a product review and now has turned into a deeper post.

When you spend your money, what does it do after it leaves your hands?  What support does your money provide?  Think about this every time you swipe your debit or visa card.  Researching how your favorite goods and products are produced may seem foreign to some of you and commonplace for others.  If you want to learn more, just ask.  Once you know what your money does after it leaves you, you might think twice about how you spend it.

That’s the fresh perspective…

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