Soften that body with Eight Skincare Body Softening Oil!

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How amazing does Body Softening Oil sound? Pretty amazing, right? Well it IS!

I am obsessed with this Eight Body Softening Oil in Tangerine. If I took a picture of it right NOW it would be about half-way full. It’s amazing. Heaven in a bottle. It absorbs into your skin, without leaving a greasy residue, and soothes you ALL DAY LONG! After showering, I put this on my hands, elbows, legs, everywhere! The smell is divine, and the feeling is spectacular.

Eight Body Softening Oil is a luxurious blend of essential oils, specifically formulated to leave the skin velvety smooth, softened and toned. These essentials bring natural benefits to the skin such as:

Safflower Seed Oil – provides a protective barrier to prevent water from leaving the skin.

Evening Primrose and Avocado Oils – powerful oils that include Vitamins A, B1, B2, D, E, Beta Carotene, Omega 3 and 6.

Soybean and Sunflower Oils – protein rich and contain antioxidants, providing excellent emollient properties.

Wheat Germ – contains fatty acids helping provide structure and elasticity to the skin.

Coconut Oil and Gardenia Flower Extract  – rejuvenates and moisturizing the skin

Eight Body Softening Oil is a silky hydrating oil spray which penetrates quickly. Scented with a light, delicate, slightly citrusy smell of tangerine.

Directions: Spray and massage gently into the skin after bathing or showering. Apply directly onto clean dry skin for a moisturizing “glow”.  Use with any of the Eight Skincare products

Each Eight Skincare product can be used separately; however, to experience the ultimate hydrating treatment, we suggest 1) Dry Brush body  2) Shower and cleanse with Eight Crème Body Wash  3) Exfoliate and soften with Eight Sugar Scrub  4) Lightly towel dry and apply Eight Body Moisture  5) Spray Eight Body Softening oil for a moisturizing “glow”

$22 – BUY IT HERE!


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