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Kiss My Face- 4 in 1 Moisture Shave Review

Winter is over... which means it's time to shave your legs to get ready for shorts, dresses, swim suites!  Let me just say that I do shave during the winter so don't think I have these nasty legs!  

So what do you use when you shave?   Shaving cream?   Soap?   Water?  Recently I have been reading more and educating myself on using more products that are natural and not filled with icky chemicals.   The more I learn the more I am searching to find products that are safe. 

I was thrilled to review Kiss My Face 4 in 1 Moisture Shave contains zero parabens, phthalates, or artificial ingredients.

Thank you Kiss My Face for sending product to review in exchange for an honest review.  I was not paid for this review and all opinions are 100% mine.  

I have used the Kiss My Face 4 times so far.  My favorite scent is the Key Lime.  The moisture shave provides a close shave and I can safely say I have not had any razor rash since using this.  I have only used the product on my legs so I can't speak for face shaving.  

This product retails for only $7.95 for an 11 oz bottle.  I think that is a fantastic price since you use only a little squirt for each leg and comparing it to other products that are natural and safe! 

Kiss My Face has many more products that use natural ingredients.  

These all natural formulas include aloe vera, coconut oil and olive oil which work together to soothe the skin.  So naturally, these shaves keep skin fresh, smooth and healthy. 

Kiss My Face Moisture Shaves
·         Antiseptic peppermint cools and stimulates the skin
·         Olive oil, aloe vera and coconut oil moisturize and heal the skin
·         Soapwort, a lathering herb, cleanses the skin and reduces acne
·         Lady’s mantle, sage, horsetail and orange flower act as astringents with styptic properties
·         Vitamins A and E nourish and moisturize for healthy skin

Available in the following flavors:
·         Fragrance Free
·         Key Lime
·         Lavender and Shea
·         Cool Mint
·         Pomegranate Grapefruit
·         Patchouli Moisture
·         Green Tea and Bamboo
·         Vanilla Earth

Kiss My Face Moisture Shaves are available for $7.95 (11 oz) and $4.99 (3.4 oz) at Whole Foods, Natural Supermarkets, and natural thinking retailers nationwide. 


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