Summer Wardobe and Tree Hut Natural Beauty Products

This is a Sponsored post written by me on behalf of Tree Hut. All opinions are 100% mine.

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It's not a secret that I love hair, skin, nail, and beauty products. It's also no secret that I like those products to have good ingredients in them. I was recently introduced to Tree Hut products, which I'd never heard of before. Their products aren't completely natural, but they contain certified organic shea butter and natural oils and extracts, and are paraben free. 

Summer is here, which means sandals are here. The Polyvore board below pretty much sums up what I anticipate to be my summer staple wardrobe, maxi dresses, cute wedge sandles, and small care-free purses. Dealing with the hot weather to come is all about being comfortable for me. I believe there is a maxi dress for every occasion and I intend to prove it!

I've been trying to get my feet right for extended sandal wear with DIY pedicures, and vinegar foot soaks. I definitely want to try the Tree Hut foot cream. It has Argan and Rose Hip oils, which have natural anti-aging properties and a non-greasy formula (because who doesn’t hate moisturizing your feet and slipping and sliding inside your sandals?!)


They also have a Tree Hut foot scrub with real sugar for a natural exfoliant  to smooth the skin. Their Tree Hut hand cream contains aloe vera, nature’s first moisturizer after water, and peppermint oil. 

A very accesible line of products, you can get Tree Hut on the ground at Walmart, Ulta and Target stores. You can like Tree Hut on Facebook or follow Tree Hut on Twitter to keep up with new products and deals. 

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  1. Here we go again! I'll be broke by the end of summer following your posts! Lol! You have to know I'm gonna look for Tree Hut products this weekend, right? Especially the foot scrub. Thanks for sharing!

    1. LOL! I'm sorry. I guess I'm subliminally spreading my product junkie ways through my blog.


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