Maza | Best Of & Mini Giveaway

1/26/2017


If you, like I, have been dreaming of lavender fields to soothe the fact cloudy days are starting to be just a tad bothersome and melancholic - I'm opening the door to the most wonderful two products lavender afficionados will go crazy for. You know my philosophy - I like supporting natural, smaller brands of handmade products. Bosnian handmade natural cosmetics is such high-quality for an unbeatable price and here is another example of that.

I've already reviewed Maza Universal Cream and Maza  Deodorant with Pine and Tea Tree here and with both I've been extremely happy with. I've used up both products 'till the last drop but since natural deodorants still do take time get get accustomed to, I'd say it's more likely for me to get back to the cream as it's truly a pot of gold. Maza Universal Cream (40ml | 4 €) contains extra virgin olive oil, calendula and yarrow flowers, beeswax along with lavender and rosemary essential oils. Scent-wise, it's a lavender bomb - the natural, gentle and soothing lavender scent is captured so gorgeously. The cream turns to oil upon contact with warm skin so it's more of an ointment as it delivers intense nourishment. I use it to soothe psoriasis patches between my fingers and it's just lovely. A chance to win your own Maza cream is at the Facebook page of the blog (here).

For me, the real discovery here was the Maza Body Oil (100ml | 7 €). It's pure decadence hidden in a glass bottle. It makes me think of hidden islands and hidden gems. It makes me feel like I'm taking a stroll through the lavender fields of Croatian island Hvar. It contains organic cold-pressed almond oil, jojoba oil, essential oils of geranium, lavender and lemon. It truly has such a strong Mediterranean vibe - it transports you through the seasons and winter doesn't seem so dull and gloomy like before. The oil is divine and nourishes dry skin perfectly, feels silky smooth and gives a bit of slip without going over the top. It's a stunning product!

  • Ako, poput mene, u zadnje vrijeme sanjarite o poljima lavande kao o utočištu od tmurnih dana kojima zima počinje pomalo da nas melanholično zamara - otvaram vam vrata do najkrasnijih lavandastih proizvoda koji će vas očarati. Znate već moju filozofiju, volim pružati podršku domaćim prirodnim brendovima a bosanskohercegovački mali, vrijedni proizvođači stvarno imaju za ponuditi divne i kvalitetne stvari. Ovo je jedan os svijetlih primjera.
  • Već sam (tačno prije godinu dana) recenzirala Maza univerzalnu kremicu i Maza  dezodorans sa čajevcem i jelom ovdje i sa oba proizvoda sam veoma zadovoljna. Ipak, na prirodne dezodoranse se treba iznova navići zbog načina upotrebe pa ću reći da je veća šansa kako ću se iznova vraćati kremici koja je izuzetna. Maza visenamjenska krema sa lavandom i ruzmarinom (40ml | 8KM) sadrži  domaće ekstradjevičansko maslinovo ulje, cvijet nevena i kunice, pčelinji vosak i eterična ulja lavande i ruzmarina. Po pitanju mirisa, u ovoj kremi je zatočen izvorni, autentični miris lavande. Krema se u dodiru sa toplinom kože pretvara u njgujuće ulje tako da malo podjeća na njegujuću mast jer i pruža intenzivnu njegu. Koristim je za smanjenje suhoće i perutanja kože izmedju prstiju na rukama, gdje imam psorijazu. Ako ste već oduševljeni ovom najmaznijom mazicom, imate je priliku osvojiti na Facebook stranici bloga (klik ovdje).
  • A za mene je ovog puta pravo otkriće bilo Maza ulje za tijelo (100ml | 13KM). Baš je dekadentno ulje i pravi mali luksuz zatočen u staklenoj bočici. Kada ga koristim, pomišljam na skrivene lijepe kutke i otočja. Miris je magičan i vodi me kroz polja lavande na Hvaru. Po pitanju sastojaka, sačinjeno je od organskog i hladno cijeđenog ulja badema i jojobe, eteričnog ulja geranijuma, lavande i limuna.  Mediteranske note su izražajne i vode misli kroz godišnja doba tako da iznenada, zima se više ne čini tako mračnom ni hladnom. Ulje je fantastično i lijepo nahrani čak i suhe potkoljenice, ostavljajući ih svilenkastim te je fino mazivo. Jedan uistinu krasan proizvod!



*Post includes products sent for me to review. For more information read the disclaimer.

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