A wonderful self care ritual for your shower, used on a weekly basis or when desired. Massage this scrub in a circular motion over the body to buff away dry skin, encourage circulation, and leave you feeling soft and glowing after the rinse (be mindful the oils that moisten your skin may leave a slippery residue in your tub). I have also used this product in the bath if I'm feeling under the weather- applying the product gently to my chest and to the bottoms of my feet (keeping them out of the water) to allow the healing benefits of eucalyptus and rosemary to work their magic.
Pairs wonderfully with KODO Eucalyptus shower steams.
Smells like a forest in a jar
4oz glass container
How To Use: before you shower or sink into the bath. Scoop out small handfuls of Jade Body Polish and apply to skin, scrubbing in circular motions all over skin. Start with your feet, and work your way up your legs, thighs, glutes, stomach, chest, arms, underarms and back (if you can reach). This is one of the most satisfying body treatments, as you scrub and slough away the dry, dead skin cells you will also hydrate and nourish your skin with the jojoba and coconut oils.
More Info: Jade body polish is a healthy way to start your day. Eucalyptus, pine and rosemary essential oils all have anti-microbrial, antiseptic, and anti-inflammatory properties that help to keep your skin clean while helping to stimulate deep breathing. Breathing in these organic essential oils in the shower or bath can aid in calming a cough, clearing your sinuses, and soothing your chest. Turn your shower into a eucalyptus steam room. Be careful, this product can make your shower floor slippery.
For longer shelf life, store away from heat and sunlight and try not to store it in the shower.
Ingredients: solar evaporated Pacific Sea salts, organic cocos nuciferia (coconut) oil, organic simmondsia chinensis (jojoba) seed oil, organic essential oils of: eucalyptus globulous (eucalyptus) leaves, lavandula angustifolia (lavender) flower, rosmarinus officinalis (rosemary) leaves, pinus sylvestris (pine) needle, pelargonium graveolens (geranium) flower/leaves.