Strawberry Milkshake Moisturizing Body Oil- 4oz
- How To Use
This non comedogenic body oil is lightweight, extremely nourishing, and a protective moisturizer with notes of fresh strawberry, coconut milk, vanilla, butter cream with a hint of ripe banana. It absorbs into the top layers of your skin, rapidly improving the quality and tone of your complexion.
You've come to the right place if you're looking for the best body oil that will keep moisture trapped in your skin for hours and help you maintain a healthy radiance all day.
Oils regulate sebum production: Many vegetable-based oils, such as avocado and grapeseed, replicate the natural lipids found in our skin, which is ideal. For one, the structural similarities can aid in the repair and re-regulation of your skin's moisture barrier, which controls oil production.
Oils boost skin barrier function: Studies demonstrate that when these oils are absorbed by the skin, the top layers of our skin treat them as if they were their own, resulting in a healing and moisturizing effect.
Saves you money: Another significant advantage of switching to a body oil is the cost savings. It's true that a little goes a long way. Especially if you apply body oil to damp skin immediately after getting out of the shower. You'll be shocked at how far a few drops can go. It may take many liberal pumps of body lotion to restore hydration to your skin. A small bit of body oil, on the other hand, will likely be sufficient to moisturize the majority of your body.
After cleansing your skin in the shower or bath, pat it dry lightly and apply your body butter. After that has been absorbed for a couple of minutes, you will use the oil to seal in moisture. Allow two to three minutes for the oil to absorb before dressing. This keeps your skin moisturized and your clothes free of oil.
It smells okay it kinda has a weird smell
It smells so good! And it feels so good and silky on my body!
AMAZING!! Smells soooo good and leaves my skin unbelievably soft!! I am in love
I am loving everything I purchased so far