I was using my third different major brand of body lotion for the dry skin problems we experience here in Michigan winters, when I was introduced to Aubrey products, so a dry skin lotion was my first thought of what to check out.  Other (companies) products touted themselves as "natural" but a look at their list of ingredients was a real challenge to my pronunciation abilities.  And, I have since discovered that some of the ingredients were actually contributing to the problem.  I feel much more comfortable rubbing the organically grown ingredients from Aubrey onto my body than the others.  Similarly, it seems logical to me that the absorption of chemicals would be particularly high in such areas as the underarms.  That is why I feel far safer using Aubrey's deodorant for men on a daily basis.  I have now used these two products for years. 


The first product I used of Aubrey's was their Green Tea Shampoo (my wife and I were visiting my mother in Georgia, who uses their products).  I liked it but needed something different for dry scalp issues, so I tried the Calaguala Fern Shampoo when I got home.  I ultimately decided on their Selenium shampoo (no longer pictured here) as my first choice for scalp problems.  Unfortunately, it is not available in Aubrey's line anymore, and much to my dismay, I have not found a suitable Aubrey's replacement. 

An Aubrey customer service person suggested I add the GPB Hair Conditioner as a rinse.  I have used it now for several years and continue to do so. 


I have tried and occasionally use several other Aubrey products including their bath products.  Eucalyptus is my favorite of the bath products I have added into wintertime baths here in Michigan. 


I always felt spraying Insect repellant onto my body was like drenching myself in poisons, but was a necessary evil.  Good results  with Aubrey's "Gone" changed that (but it cannot handle deep woods exposure).


As I was developing this page, I asked myself why I was doing this.  It is unlikely most of you reading this are living close enough to the Center to get your Aubrey products here.  However, I decided that it was important to encourage people to use items from companies that are putting out high quality organic and natural products because consumers drive our economy.  The more people who purchase truly natural, the more manufacturers will be forced to move in that direction.  And the more we see the benefits nature offers to us, the more likely we will be to preserve and protect it.  It is all a big circle, and we are all a part of it.  The link below will take you to Aubrey's website for more product information and for ordering.

Special offers:  Members of the Teaching & Sharing Centers (see the tpcM page in the corporate website for details) receive a minimum 10% discount on all purchases made at Cherokee Bill's Trade Center and, of course, Aubrey coupons are honored for all customers. 



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