FIVE fantastically nourishing hydration heroes power-packed with nutrients and essential fatty acids. FIVE fantastic uses to rescue parched skin from head to toe: BODY OIL, CUTICLE CONDITIONER, BATH OIL, HAIR OIL, MASSAGE OIL. Five ingredients. Five ways to use. This is one fantastic multitasker. Buy less, waste less, get more.
Dehydrated, dry, flaky, itchy skin = unhappy skin and an unhappy you! Nutrient-dense oils are a fantastic way to keep perpetually parched skin happy and hydrated. Skin from the neck down generally needs richer butters for proper hydration but for some, oils are enough. For super dry skin, when an oil, butter, or cream are not enough, apply a layer of oil and then a richer butter or cream on top, this double duo seals the deal and lets skin say bye-bye to dry.
Safflower oil is packed with essential fatty acids, visibly increases skin’s elasticity, and reduces the appearance of wrinkles.
Avocado oil delivers essential fatty acids, vitamins, and nutrients which makes it ideal for extremely dry and aging skin.
Apricot oil contains gamma linoleic acid that visibly firms and tones skin, and vitamins A and E to soothe and slow the visible signs of the aging process.
Dragon Fruit Also known as pitahaya, this tropical fruit contains highly beneficial antioxidants and vitamins that prevent skin’s oils from becoming rancid, which deteriorates collagen and accelerates skin aging.
Use from head to toe, in the bath, or during massage for a complete moisturizing treat. There’s nothing this oil can’t do!
- Skin that appears smooth, soft, dewy, and supple
- Visibly reduced signs of aging and dryness
- Moisture-rich skin
Carthamus tinctorius (safflower) oil, Persea americana (avocado) oil, Prunus armeniaca (aprioct) oil, Olea europaea (olive) oil, Hylocereus undatus (dragon fruit) seed oil.
I use this oil when shaving my legs and it's been amazing.