Natural Body Oil with Essential Oils

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$15.00$25.00

Available in 4 scents.

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Natural Body Oil is now also available in Frankincense & Myrrh.

Our Natural Body Oil moisturizes your skin while also providing the aromatherapy benefits of essential oils.  It is available in 4 popular essential oil blends; Almond, Lavender Sage, and Lemongrass and now Frankincense & Myrrh.  The essential oils are in a base of safflower oil which some have even claimed to help with eczema. Use it anywhere you need the ultimate in moisture for your skin.   This is a light oil that absorbs quickly into your skin without leaving you feeling sticky or greasy.

You can also find these same scent blends in our soaps and body scrubs if you are looking to layer your skincare products.  

Susan likes to use this right out of the shower or before bed.  Just pour a little into your hand rub on legs, feet, arms; or where ever you need it.  Soothe and moisturize your dry, itchy skin with an all-natural moisturizer that smells delicious.

Ingredients: Safflower oil and essential oil.

Net Wt. 8.2 oz.

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Weight 0.75 oz
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Brand

Susan's Soaps & More

Manufacturer

Susan's Soaps & More

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  1. Nicky (verified owner)

    I purchased the Almond Oil one and absolutely love the scent!!! I’ve been on the hunt for almond oil the actually smells good (edible and delicious) and this one does. It also leaves my skin feel really smooth and moisturized. I have eczema and this stuff really helps with flare ups… Highly recommend!

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    • Susan Svec (store manager)

      Hi Nicky,

      Thanks so much for the wonderful review and for taking the time to write! I am so glad you are loving the scent and that it is helping your eczema as well. I heard back again from my supplier and they confirmed that the natural benzaldehyde I use is actually food grade. So although I probably wouldn’t want to drink it, you are correct Nicky it is edible!!

      All the best,

      Susan

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