Product Review: Raina Zeal’s “Depression is Not a Flow” Hoodie

A fellow blogger and mental health warrior, Raina from Raina Zeals, asked me to check out some of her products from the store on her website/blog so I could give her an honest review. And I have to say, I was highly impressed. All of her products support mental health awareness and I think that is absolutely spectacular.

By raising awareness for mental health, Raina is helping tear down the some of the stigma that is associated with mental health. Her products can be a wonderful conversation starter to get people talking about the importance of mental health awareness and issues.

I received the “Depression is Not a Flow” hooded sweatshirt from Raina’s store. I adore this hoodie. It is perfect for cold weather and cooler days. It’s very soft and comfortable. It is also very warm but not to the point where you’ll overheat in it. The sizing was also perfect; it wasn’t too big or too small.

I can wear this hoodie everywhere. I have even slept in it already because it was so comfortable. It is a unisex sweatshirt so both males and females can wear it which makes it great when you sometimes share clothing with your significant other.

This hoodie is designed well and it feels like it’s built to last. It appears to be very well put together so I don’t have to worry about the outside pocket tearing off which sometimes happens with my other hoodies.

If I were to give this product a star rating, it would get 5-stars. I am overall very pleased with this product and highly recommend that other’s check out Raina’s Store.

Raina also has a blog called “Raina with Chronic Illness” and her tagline is “We’re More than Our Challenges.” Which says a lot with few words.

You can CLICK HERE to be taken to Raina Zeal’s store catalog. She has some very inspirational products which I love. What are you waiting for? Go check it out!



Categories: Anxiety, Bipolar Disorder, Borderline Personality Disorder, Depression, Entertainment, Featured, Mental Health, Other, Samantha Steiner

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