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Small Business Spotlight and Product Review: tgin(Thank God It's Natural) Moist Collection

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So excited about this full on @tginatural review I'm doing! Amazing, affordable, high quality products...and do you see these SIZES?! I mean seriously.... EVERYTHING is 12oz (Shea Moisture jar size, for comparison). Even though I just chopped off my hair, I still need hecka product. I can definitely appreciate these large, full to the brim jars of creamy goodness. More info to come!!!! #naturalhair #naturalhairproducts #supportsmallbusiness #tgin

Once in a while, a brand comes along that makes you wonder why you didn't know about them a lot sooner. That pretty much sums up how I feel about the tgin (Thank God I'm Natural) line. Easily skyrocketing into my favorites category, tgin has a solid line offering rooted in affordability, and quality ingredients.

One of the first things that stood out to me about the tgin line was value. All of the products are 12oz, and are priced at $14.99 regularly. Even without special discounts (although who am I to turn down a sale), that is a great value considering that some products charge the same or more for 8oz or less of product. I don't know about you, but I'm heavy handed. I need enough product to last. And tgin definitely delivers. Founder Chris-Tia Donaldson and her team definitely set out to prove that good quality products don't have to be expensive. And with their clean branding and labeling, can't you just see this product making its way to the shelves of ULTA, Target, and more? I surely hope so. Let me show you why.

Read the full tgin review at NaturallyCurly.com!

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2 comments

  1. Hiiiiiiiiii Christina!!!! It's me again. As you can see, I basically stalk your blog. So I was window shopping on the tgin website (as product junkies who are on a no buy do) and I saw that they have changed the formula for the conditioner you love so much. I love it too, and I trust that the makes of tgin know what they're doing, but I was wondering if you would review the new conditioner and see if it is indeed better than the old one????? Or should I break my no buy and stock up on the old formula while it's still on the shelves??

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  2. Hey girl!!! You mean the formula change with the addition of argan oil, right? I think that's the one I currenty have in my stash. If it is, the transition has been seamless and I haven't noticed any difference. But I will DEFINITELY check and let you know!!!

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