A combination of natural oils, that are rich in essential fatty acids and botanical extracts. It offers optimum skin nutrition, with healing properties and leaves the skin silky smooth.
For body apply to damp skin after shower or bath massage all over to hydrate and moisturize skin.
Scent Notes: Pumpkin, Coconut, Vanilla Sugar, Caramel, Warm Spices, Grated Cinnamon and Cardamom
Not Heavy nor Greasy!
* Absorbs quickly
* Seals in moisture
How To Use: After shower or bath while your skin is still damp, rub oil all over body to seal in moisture. Let your body dry naturally, or simply pat dry with clean towel. In bath, add to water and soften skin while you bathe.
Sesame Seed Oil-This oil has been used as a healing oil for thousands of years. People of ancient civilization in India, China, Egypt, and in the Middle East discovered that sesame seeds are good for producing oil. It has many powerful therapeutic and medicinal properties. Anti-inflammatories reduce inflammation, Emollient moisturizer and heals dry skin, Skin regeneration promotes repair and regrowth of skin cells. Detoxifying one of the few oils known to remove toxins from the body.
Chamomile - Anti-inflammatory suited for sensitive skin that are prone to inflammation. Soothes irritation of the skin and helps relieve symptoms of eczema, Helps calm dry itchy skin while helping speed up healing process.
Jojoba Oil- Jojoba Oil mimics our skin sebum. The sebum is produced by the sebaceous gland and protects the skin from losing moisture. Jojoba Oil contains a large amount of vitamin e, which is strong in antioxidants that help to protect the skin from aging.
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