Purepotions skin salvation bath and body emollient

About the brand:

Lula after being prescribed medicine for her eczema but she found they stung and didn’t work. Understandably, Natalie was desperate to find a product Lula could use. She wanted to make a moisturiser that didn’t contain anything unnecessary that may harm Lula’s skin.

Natalie started experimenting with cooking up traditional ointments and salves in her kitchen; she used combinations of herbs and oils such as hemp, calendula, nettle and olive use in skincare for centuries, which is now known as the skin salvation moisturising ointment.

Appearance and texture:

This body oil is lovely with a very viscous texture which looks very light, absorbent and glossy. The packaging of this product is very natural and looks very easy to the eye, the bottle is very sturdy with a plastic bottle and cap, the oil easily drips out of the top of the bottle and the packaging suits the body emollient as some packaging can be more complicated but this is simple easy to use honest body care which is another big reason why I love this brand they are honest and the products are strait forward and amazing to use.

Application and results:

This body oil apples nicely to the skin moisturising the epidermis and not leaving a greasy film on the skin after use which is nice. After using this product a few weeks I fell in love with this body oil but I especially loved this in the bath, personally I prefer baths for a relax on a Friday night and I adore bath oils as they are so relaxing which is great for a wined down after a long week reading a book in a silky soft scented bath with candles are the bust night for me filled with self care.

Reccomendation and rating:

This is a lovely body oil and applied nicely to the skin I would reccomend this body oil and rate this product 8/10.

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