Size: 4 oz
This luxurious body oil is made with high-antioxidant, deeply nourishing yet lightweight carrier oils that quickly sink into the skin, leaving you incredibly silky smooth without feeling greasy.
Sweet orange and patchouli essential oils combine to create a well balanced, vibrant yet grounding scent.
Sweet orange essential oil is definitely the star of the duo, with patchouli bringing in a longer-lingering undertone of mellowness.
Aside from their beautiful scents, both sweet orange and patchouli have long been used in traditional medicine: sweet orange has traditionally been used to boost the immune system and mood, while patchouli has been used to calm inflammation and muscle tension.
Due to the nature of essential oils, the beautiful scent of this body oil is stronger upon applying and then fades, though the moisture lasts all day long.
- Sunflower Oil | Incredibly rich in the antioxidant vitamin E
- Kukui Nut Oil | Hawaiian natives have used this antioxidant-rich oil to protect and soothe skin for centuries
- Apricot Kernel Oil | Rich in the antioxidant vitamins A and E
- Camellia Seed Oil | Pressed from the seeds of the tea tree, this polyphenol-rich oil has been used in Japanese skincare for ages
Note: Sweet orange essential oil is non-photosensitive, meaning it does NOT increase skin’s sensitivity to the sun.
Ingredients: sunflower (helianthus annuus) oil*, coconut (cocos nucifera) oil*, kukui nut (aleurites moluccanus) oil*, apricot kernel (prunus armeniaca) oil*, camellia (camellia oleifera) seed oil*, tocopherol (vitamin E)**, sweet orange (citrus sinensis) essential oil*, patchouli (pogostemon cablin) essential oil* | *ORGANIC | **Naturally preserves the delicate oils
Though the essential oils in this product are extremely diluted, please consult with a doctor if pregnant, nursing, suffering from any medical condition, or using any medications before use.
All essential oil products should be tested on a small area of skin before being applied more generously.
Any statements or claims about the possible health benefits have not been evaluated by the Food & Drug Administration (FDA) and are not intended to diagnose, treat, prevent, or cure any diseases.