Review: Way of Will's natural deodorant and oils
I haven't had the chance to review a lot of products so I was excited to try out some new stuff from Way of Will.
These guys describe their product line as "a modern aromatherapeutic body care system designed for your active lifestyle." I think it's a cool concept, but that's not really a surprise since I'm a West Coast girl - everything here is so go, go, go and we spend so much time outside.
The brand definitely has its branding on point, which had me intrigued. But since a product is so much more than its packaging, I decided to try the following items out for myself.
02 NATURAL DEODORANT | TEA TREE + PUMPKIN SEED
I can't lie, I've been a little apprehensive about natural deodorant because I've worried that it wouldn't work. For the record, I'm OBSESSED with the constant usage of deodorant during the summer - the idea of smelling horrible scares the hell out of me. As someone who's obsessed with tea tree oil (I have that giant bottle from Costco) I was pumped to try this product out. I got a whiff of tea tree oil with a teensy bit of pumpkin, but obviously I wanted to test it out. I wore it to work all day and through a workout - pretty surprised as to how well it held up.
35 YOGA MAT SPRAY | EQUIPMENT SPRAY
I used to do a lot of hot yoga but put that on hold after I got a nasty bacterial infection (staph) from a mat I rented at the studio. Needless to say, it was a bad experience. They usually provide spray in yoga class but you have to wait a while to use it which isn't actually convenient when you're sweating out an ocean. This is a simple product but I will say that I wish I'd had this back in my yogi days - who knows, maybe its infusion of tea tree oil and lavender could have saved me from that gross swollen foot.
07 BREATHER | MOISTURIZING BODY OIL
What gets me about these products is their unusual ingredients - although they might just be unusual for me because I don't regularly use a lot of natural products. Breather, a 100% natural oil, is easy on the nose with its mixture of cedarwood and grapefruit. I have smelled both of these separately so I was a little skeptical about the double duo, but it was actually pretty uplifting. It also helps that it's full of Vitamin E, Omega 3, and Omega 6. Let's be real, I don't really know what those are, but you have to start somewhere, right?
15 DRY SKIN | FACE OIL
This one would do you well during the winter if your skin gets as dry as mine. A little went a long way and it's nice to put on right before you go to bed. Again, I suck with some of the ingredients but this includes camellia (high in antioxidants) and jojoba (hydrates your skin while improving its elasticity and suppleness.)