Beach-Tonic-Dry-Body-Oil

Is Awesome!

Really, I don’t even need to elaborate because you just need to take my word for it.

My favorite thing about it:

The scent is not like all of the other “beachy” blends for your skin.

It’s more sweet without that suntan lotion-esque aroma that drowns my other favorite summer scents.

Another thing I like:

It’s a dry moisturizing oil that doesn’t feel “dry”. Some dry oils are hard to apply and you have to use more of the product for even coverage.

Beach Tonic is an oil for your skin that isn’t oily, and it’s so much lighter than other body oils (and any other lotion for that matter)!

What is it?

A blend of lightweight yet nourishing oils that moisturize, condition, and restore elasticity and suppleness to the body.

What does it do?

Absorbs instantly and leaves a satin finish without a greasy residue. Treatment mist contains a blend of cotton seed oil, rich in cell nourishing vitamin E, and sunflower oil- for deep conditioning and softening of even the driest skin.

How should you use it?

Mist onto slightly damp skin. Massage in thoroughly. Use whenever and whenever skin feels dry. Can be used under lotion for more skin conditioning.

Do not use on your face!

 

Features & Benefits:

  • Cotton seed oil, rich in cell nourishing vitamin E
  • Sunflower oil deep conditions with linoleic acid, an essential fatty acid
  • Absorbs instantly, and leaves a satin finish- never a greasy residue
  • Lightly fragranced with a pleasant blend of citrus and floral notes
  • Fine mist spray provides an easy application
  • Does not contain parabens or sulfates
  • $23 on Julep.com, or get it for $18 if you’re a maven!

 

Pro Tip:

If you’re wearing shorts or a skirt, spray some Beach Tonic on your legs before you head out the door. The fast-absorbing formula leaves a subtle satin sheen on bare skin.

 

*Disclosure: This post contains affiliate links. Some information is courtesy of Julep.com

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