Just the Goods Skincare Review

I fell in love with Just the Goods skincare when I received my July Vegan Cuts beauty box. Their lotions were so silky and gentle (to humans and animals). I had to have more! Milena, the brain behind the brand, is an amazingly sweet person. I ordered their Vegan Lip Balm in orange, their Vegan Sea Salt Body Scrub, and their Vegan Nut-Free Unscented Massage Oil. What I actually received was a bounty of amazing, natural, and vegan/cruelty free skincare products. 



This is the lovely, breath-taking, and amazingly generous package I opened up! Not only did I receive the products I ordered, but I also received the vegan home spa, unscented body butter, unscented body lotion, vegan cleanser, vegan toner,vegan facial lotion, and vegan facial scrub with kaolin clay! Each of these products was amazing in its own right, but here’s a break-down for you all. Trust me, this line is going to be your new BFF this winter (and all year long). 

The body lotions and butters are packed with gentle, natural moisturizers like cocoa butter & grapeseed oil. I love how this smells! The lotions come backed with comfy soft avocado oils. I loved how each of these was gentle and unscented. I used my regular fragrances with them and there were no scent conflicts. :) I used both of these after shaving and no burn! You all know that’s the test for me. The body butter was great on my feet before bed, too. I love how Just the Good’s body butters have a bit of cornstarch in them too. Unlike other butters I’ve tried, these are less greasy and apply easily. 

I enjoyed the facial products and having a cruelty free and vegan cleansing “system” to use. A lot of the product series sold in drugstores are not always cruelty free, so having a whole line of products to use was great. They have lines for oily and acne prone skin, but I used the normal/sensitive line. The cleaner lightly foams (which I like) and smells light and clean. The toner has a very thin consistency, but it absorbed quickly into my skin and made it feel completely clean. The lotion that followed worked as a perfect day cream and jived well with my primer and other makeup. As for the scrub, this took some getting used to! The scrub is dry and contains kaolin clay and cornstarch. I had to get a handle on how much water to add each time, but once I did the scrub worked its magic and left me matte and fresh!

Overall? I will be ordering from Milena and Just The Goods. This is a brand that puts its money where its mouth is and treats customers and clients to a little spa at home. 

Editor’s Note: The product(s) featured in this post were provided by a representative of the company named in this post for editorial consideration. I was not in any other way compensated for this post. All reviews are 100% honest and of my own opinion.

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4 thoughts on “Just the Goods Skincare Review

  1. Sam says:

    Y’know, I’ve been dying to find a lip balm that isn’t going to make my lips puff out or itch (I have SUPER sensitive skin, but I’m not sure of what weird ingredient I’m allergic to -_-). I will definitely be looking at Just the Goods web site, for sure! Their body lotion and scrubs sound great too!
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  2. Liz says:

    I kind of want to try this stuff out, but organic things and I don’t always get along. :s I do see they have sample sizes, though, so I’d have to try that first. c:

    I had a run-in with hives (first experience, too) at the expo when I tried organic sunscreen. Blah.
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