A quick Google search and you’ll realize just how popular the Lemongrass Spa Brand is today. I did some digging and learned that there are roughly 12,000+ people searching for this brand on a monthly basis. Most of the people searching are looking for catalogs to buy products and reviews on those products. Lucky for you, if you’re in the same boat with why you’re searching then you’ll quickly find that this is review covers just about all you need to know before making a purchase.
More About The Lemongrass Spa Brand
But first, allow me to cover the basics…Lemongrass is a very useful plant and it often finds its way into a multitude of cosmetics products. That’s one of the reasons why it Heidi Leist used it while naming her brand of natural beauty products. Thus, the Lemongrass Spa brand was born.
Here I’ll dig deep and share specific details about this company, their selling structure as well as the philosophy of the brand and most importantly, the quality of the products.
The idea of developing the brand came to Heidi when she was pregnant. The mother-to-be was in search of cosmetics products that were free of toxins and other harmful ingredients. She decided to create her own bath crystals by using natural ingredients and began showing her friends how to make their own. That was just the beginning and fast forward to today, Lemongrass Spa makes and sells a wide variety of natural beauty products.
Like all brands, this one started very, very small. The brand actually launched in the family garage and now currently has two manufacturing and distribution centers in both Colorado and Florida. They manufacture and sell high-quality, all-natural beauty products. Their selling strategy is the standard multi-level marketing strategy via certified sales consultants. While I’m not all that keen on this approach, I kept an open mind as to not taint my thoughts/beliefs on the products in general.
The advertising of the Lemongrass Spa products display claims stating that they are fresh, clean and natural. They also claim that their products are handcrafted and made in the USA. This can be confirmed easily, as the founders’ mother is one of the leaders involved in the handcrafting process of the specific Lemongrass Spa products.
The company site has a nice look and feel to it. It’s designed well and super easy to navigate. This is a necessity when it comes to e-commerce and shopping online. To purchase the Lemongrass Spa products, you can simply head on over to the online store. Either that or you can connect with their certified sales agents. Last but not least, you can apply to host a Lemongrass Spa party at your home and you’ll have a rep provide you and your guests with a presentation. Yes, product testing is possible at these events. When you order any product, it gets assigned to a sales agent nearest your location. So, you’ve got someone to reach out to if in need of anything at all.
Lemongrass Spa Ingredients
The whole idea behind the brand is the natural composition factor. The ingredients contain organically grown pure essential oils from lemongrass, peppermint, lavender, tea tree, spearmint, and sandalwood.
To add color to the products, they use natural coloring derived from the beetroot and from carrots. There are fruit extracts from pomegranate, raspberry, and cucumber as well. Other natural ingredients incorporated into the products are aloe vera, shea butter, mango butter, olive oil, jojoba oil, olive butter, as well as apricot kernel seed oil and almond oil, sugar, oatmeal, Dead Sea salt and activated charcoal. That’s an extensive list of natural ingredients – no doubt about that!
I should also mention that the products don’t contain paraben-based preservatives or isopropyl alcohol. Instead, they use mild preservatives in very small quantities like sodium benzoate, grapefruit seed extract, and Vitamin E oil. There are some scented products, but the added fragrances are phthalate-free and don’t cause skin irritations.
Among the many Lemongrass Spa products are those specifically for body care, hair care, skin care, mineral makeup, makeup brushes, lotions, hand-cut soaps, baby care, men’s products, hydrating body spritz, foot care, body butter, and sunscreen. I have selected a few products to share some more details on products related to the newest product line – Lemongrass Spa Detoxifying Charcoal Skincare line.
Lemongrass Spa Detoxifying Charcoal Skincare
This product line is made with none other than activated charcoal, which helps rejuvenate the skin. The line contains three different products that clean the skin, leaving it refreshed, smooth and as fresh-looking as possible.
Detoxifying Charcoal Facial Mask
This is a facial mask that is intended for all skin types. It contains activated charcoal which helps with the deep cleaning of the pores, effectively removing dirt and impurities. It also contains Bentonite clay and that my friend helps prevent over-drying of the mask and complete removal of the oil from the skin. It’s a happy balancing act one would say.
It is simple and easy to use. Just apply a small amount to your already cleansed skin, spreading it over your face. Leave the mask on for about ten minutes and wash your face with cold water. It should be used once a week for best results.
Detoxifying Charcoal Facial Soap
This product is a handcrafted soap that cleanses and moisturizes the face. It fits all skin types and is made with activated charcoal, which successfully draws out all the impurities from the skin, leaving you with great looking skin that’s clean and clear.
Detoxifying Charcoal Facial Polish
This is a skin exfoliating polish that’s once again made with you know what, activated charcoal, as well as several plant extracts that have anti-oxidation properties. These properties help the skin shed the dead layers, leaving smooth, glowing.
It should be used once a week, by applying a small amount of polish on the skin, rubbing and massaging it gently in an upward motion for best results. You’ll need to rinse with water once done.
Conclusion: Lemongrass Spa Products Aren’t Bad (Aside From The MLM)
Due to the nature of the sales, there are very few reviews that I could find online about the company. The main reviews I came across come from the sales agents, that, let’s face it, have a biased approach towards the Lemongrass Spa products.
From what I was able to gather, the reviews are generally positive and many of the customers are satisfied with the scents, consistency, and texture of the products, as well as the packaging. There were quite a few positive reviews/write-ups about the moisturizing effects of the products, and the pleasant feeling after applying the products which are left on the skin.
If Lemongrass Spa can live up to their promise of using natural ingredients, delivering them at a relatively affordable price and having the support team local if you have any issues, then I don’t see why this wouldn’t be a good choice or option for consumers today.