Ziaja Cosmetics Review Natural Olive Regenerating Shampoo, Mask, and Goat’s Milk Body Butter

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Ziaja Cosmetics Natural Olive Regenerating Shampoo, Mask, and Goat’s Milk Body Butter

Ziaja Cosmetics is a Polish-based company that I was unaware of until the company reached out and asked if I would be willing to review of few of their products.  After exploring their website, I was more curious than ever on how their very reasonably priced skin and hair care products would perform.  I selected the Natural Olive Regenerating Shampoo, Natural Olive Hair Mask, and the Goat’s Milk Body Butter so I could get a better feel for each line.

**Disclaimer:  This post has been compensated.  Opinions are solely mine. **

The Goat’s Milk Body Butter was so luxurious and rich.  This cream was delightfully fragrant and pampering to my skin with its goat’s milk proteins, vitamins E, A, D, omega 3, omega 6, and olive oil for keeping every inch of me baby soft.  I have been having a rough patch of skin on the back of the arm from being attached to the computer and constantly reaching for the mouse on my desk.  Anyway, I’ve been using this cream and it has been smoothing the skin without excess greasiness so I can still work.  I really think this body butter has been lubricating that arm quite well because it is coming along very nicely now.  It’s hard to believe this big 7-oz. jar retails for $9.99.

I wanted to see how Ziaja hair products would work on my hair.  The next time I shampooed, I tried the Natural Olive Regenerating Shampoo.  This is bit thinner than some formulas with vitamins and olive oil, but it lathers well with a lovely fragrant foam.  I didn’t find if this product was color-safe on the label, but did read it was a gentle shampoo.  Therefore, I assumed my hair color should be fine.  Good news, this is, indeed, a color-safe shampoo because it did not strip away any color.

The Natural Olive Regenerating Hair Mask was what I used following the shampoo to my clean, towel-dried hair.  The directions suggest leaving this vitamin and olive oil-infused mask on for three to five minutes before rinsing out.  When I through drying and styling, my hair had more bounce and body.  It also felt softer, however, it wasn’t as shiny as after some products I have used.  Regardless, I was still pleased with the look of my hair.

As you can guess, my favorite of the three products sent for this review by Ziaja Cosmetics is their Goat’s Milk Body Butter.  In fact, I would like to try more of their body butters after this experience to see how they would compare.  Do pop over to the Ziaja USA website and pick some up or browse their fine selection.  Nothing is over $10!


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