Wednesday, February 19, 2014

Terra Dolce Review & Giveaway {CLOSED}

It's been dreary in Connecticut lately. Lots of snow/rain/ice. Yuck. Is it summer yet? I hate when people say that and here I am complaining. I just miss that warm sunshine, ya know?!

Terra Dolce's Floridian body scrub helps bring a little sunshine to my day. It reminds of me of sweet summer time and leaves my body silky smooth. Perfect for my dry winter skin!

Terra Dolce explains their Floridian body scrub… "Experience a real Florida body scrub.  Made with Florida sugar and citrus, the Floridian is whipped to perfection.  This 16oz Sugar Souffle will leave you feeling radiant & beautiful ! Use head to toe to help remove dead skincell build up, allowing new skin turnover. Can also be utilized as hand and foot care treatments." 
INGREDIENTS: Florida Cane Sugar (Surcrose), Oldea Europea (Olive) Fruit Oil, Vitis Vinifera (Grape) Seed Oil, Polysorbate 20, Pure blend of Flordian essential oils, Certified Organic Butyrospermum Parkii (Shea) Butter, Certified Organic Orange Peel Certified Organic Tocopheryl Acetate (Vitamin E)
One 10oz of the Terra Dolce's orange peel collagen boosting sugar scrub retails for $27. 
I absolutely love that Terra Dolce uses only the highest quality ingredients, including certified organic ingredients! I love that it is made in the USA using Florida grown oranges and sugar. 
Terra Dolce plants a tree for every product sold!
Terra Dolce products also are cruelty free & vegan!
I especially love that Terra Dolce (sweet earth) is a family owned company that evolved from a love of nature and plants! Read more about the company here!
I feel great supporting a company that is fueled by passion and inspired by Mother Earth!
HISTORY OF THE ORANGE: Christopher Columbus is credited with bringing the first citrus fruits to Florida during his first voyage. A few decades later in 1513, the Spanish explorer Ponce de Leon planted the first orange groves in Florida. The orange was immediately embraced by the local population who continued to cultivate the tropical fruit for centuries before the citrus industry was born. It’s no surprise that the orange is Florida’s state fruit. The surprise is that it was not named so until 2005.  Symbolic of luxury, growth, and health, oranges suit Florida both culturally and agriculturally. Rich in vitamin C, the orange fruit is the true Fountain of Youth that so many explorers and settlers lusted after. 
I highly recommend Terra Dolce's Floridian body scrub! It is sure to brighten your day!
Use the coupon code "ORGANICALLYOU" at checkout for 20% off! This code expires on March 6th so don't miss out!

Enter to win one Floridian body scrub using the Rafflecopter widget below!
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This giveaway will start February 20th and close March 6th 2014 at 12am EST
Open only to the USA ~ I'm sorry International friends! Must be 18+ 
Winner will have 48 hours to respond to the email or another winner will be selected
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38 comments:

Caitlyn said...

It is not warm at all, and I could definitely use some Florida sun.

Lindy Davison said...

We've had some really cold weather where I love, and I could definately use a Florida beach! Thanks!

David Fultner said...

Its Hot enough here.

Terra Dolce said...

YES! Love FLORIDA!!! LOVE CITRUS! LOVE SUGAR! lol

Terra Dolce said...

thank you for your kind words Jessica :) So glad you are enjoying the FLORIDIAN !

Urd-chan said...

I'm near Chicago, and we've been dealing with the Polar Vortex since early January. It's only been above freezing during the day for the past couple of days, and it's predicted we'll be going back to the 20's and teens starting the weekend. You have NO idea just how badly I could use some Florida sunshine right about now.

sarahhhhhh said...

It just warmed up to 62 today! Weeee! After the snowpocolypse last year

JR Pickett said...

I';m in Washington state so while it's certainly not as warm as Florida at least it's not as cold as some places. We're into the rain and grey skies at the moment, no sunshine for us.

Darlene Carbajal said...

I live in Sunny California!! I love the sunshine!

Dale said...

It's warm right now, but stormy!

Sally said...

It's not warm at all we just had a blizzard yesterday got 12 inches of snow 60 mph winds and very cold! I could definitely use some sumshine!!

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Georgette C said...

Oh heck no, it is NOT warm where I live. I'm outside of Chicago. LOL. I could totally use some Florida sunshine after this awful winter!

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Camille said...

I'm from Austin, Texas, so it's not TOO chilly (50 degrees right now). But we're moving to small-town Missouri next month... I don't know how I'll survive!

Adrianna said...

It's warm here in Kentucky, but I could always have it warmer :)

Eric Duhs said...

It's currently 38° outside and oooooohhhh how I could use some Florida sun and sand!

Anonymous said...

I live in Jersey so no it is not warm
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Stephanie Gawel said...

it is currently 26 degrees outside! Yes i could use some florida in my life!!

Clara King said...

I live in Texas. It warms up into the 70's!

Sally Bridges said...

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susan1215 said...

No it's cold and snowing. I'm ready for Spring.

K Roberts said...

It will be 65 today, but we're getting snow and ice tomorrow. I could use some Florida sunshine!

Kassie H said...

It is absolutely not warm when I live in Oregon right now... it's snowing and I'm freezing. I used to live in Florida and I could really use the warmth and sunshine that I remember! I loved spending all of my time outside either enjoying nature or floating in the gulf.

richelle bowers said...

I live in las vegas....it's warm 9-10 months out of the year

Wendy Mastin said...

I live in Upstate NY and it is not warm for sure. I would love some of that Florida sunshine

jenna tomaszewski said...

I live in Florida, moved about 2 years ago. That was the best decision ever.

Helga said...

Its warming up thankfully!

Michelle Proper said...

It is the worst and longest winter ever for me in NY. I am usually in Florida for the Winter but not this year of all years! Sure miss Florida and all the memories I have of past Winter's spent there with my Dear departed loved one <3

jcwega27 said...

It usually is, but not currently!

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Jessica Keeton said...

I live in Buffalo, NY so we're very used to the cold. This winter has beat thirty year old records with kids missing more school than ever. I could def. use some Florida Sunshine up here!

Candie L said...

Right now we are on day 3 of the most recent snow storm. We are up to about 20 days missed this year. The good point, it is over freezing right now and we may have school tomorrow!!!!!! Thank you

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Jessica Keeton said...

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Sky Evans said...

It is warm here.

Jay said...

It is NOT warm where I live at all! In fact, it's below freezing here in Michigan!!

annemarie562000 said...

It is cold here. We could use the sunshine!

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Robin said...

I'm in ND, it is NOT warm where I live, I would so love some sunshine!!

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