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Product Review: Olivares Organic & Natural Products

Last year in November, I was given some products to try our from Olivares Organic & Natural Products Corporation. These products are given to us with no extra cost and this review is of my/our own and in no way affected by the collaboration with OONPC. 
OONPC is engaged in the cultivation, production, distribution of natural and organic products such as Guyabano Leaf Tea and other dietary food supplements. The company has set up an organic farm in San Ildefonso, Bulacan to cultivate organic vegetables and fruits produce. As of today, the farm has cultivated almost twenty (20) hectares of Guyabano, Moringa and Oyster Mushroom. 

The belief in the prospective future and critical importance of organic farming to human is the power engine for the growth of OONPC. The pursuit of health, of moderate and sustainable development of agriculture forms the solid foundation for OONPC to dedicate to natural and organic farming.

Health, Ecology, Fairness and Care, the four principles of OONPC, are also the guidance integrated in its daily toil. Through its natural and organic farming OONPC hopes that more people will have the opportunity to enjoy healthy food and are willing to take the responsibility to preserve our motherland.

Here’s a short review of the products I was/we were able to try.

Aya Guyabano and Malunggay tea. I have previously mentioned I’m not so much into teas but I was able to try these out, they don’t smell bad nor taste bad at all, guess who loved them the most – my mother! I brought these with me when we were in Tagum and my mother loves the teas. She said it was almost like the ones she used to drink before. 

Seaweed Detox, Kam Obena and Castile Liquid Soap. I have to say that these products are nice but I didn’t like how they smell. Also, they make my skin dry after use, I’d always need a moisturizer after. What’s great about these is that they’re all natural – so you can be rest assured that they don’t have any chemicals on them that can harm your skin. I didn’t really notice any difference in my skin after trying them out, but the fact that they’re all-natural makes them worth trying. 

Caress by Nature Power Herb Skin Recovery Lotion – First of all, this lotion doesn’t smell really good for me but I kept using this one when I was in Tagum. It helps moisturize my skin but my sister did notice the smell and it did not smell good for her. Also, this lotion is too watery, which makes it “tipid” when you use it, because a few drops can already moisturize a larger area in your skin. Except for the smell, I like this lotion. 
Porcelana Whitening Face & Neck Creme with Natural Plant Oil & SPF. I have only tried this product a few times because of the same reason as the others, I didn’t really like how it smelled. Although, in all fairness, it is a good product, I like it on my face, I like that it stays long on my face and that it’s got a natural color that fits my complexion. One concern with Porcelana though is that distributing the cream on your skin can be a bit ‘challenging’ if that’s the word. lol. It’s because it does not evenly distribute it right away. You’ll have to rub the cream more than the usual cream so it evenly distributes on your face.

Thanks once again to Olivares Organic & Natural Products for the opportunity to try their products out. Would I recommend these? For those who are into all-natural products, I highly recommend these for you to try out! Those who are used to commercialized products may not really like them at first try but I’d say give the products a try because they work well, they just don’t smell good for me. 🙂

Are you into organic products? Have you tried the Olivares Natural Products yet? I’d like to know your experience with the products!

*Disclaimer: This is not a sponsored post. My opinions on the products I review are 100% my own. I am not held responsible if you decide to purchase the product and is dissatisfied with it. 🙂

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