FARM SOAP CO Rose and Sweet Orange Massage Body Oil

£18.00
Description

This rose and sweet orange massage body oil is a natural and gentle way to moisturise the skin after a shower or bath.

It is handmade in small batches in Shaftesbury, Dorset by Farm Soap Co, who specialise in using traditional artisan methods to make botanical soaps and natural skincare products.

When used after a body scrub, it enables you to add moisture to the skin, while gently massaging it and helping circulation.

Ideal for a little treat for yourself, or as a thoughtful gift.

Farm Soap Co explain how it works: “Cold processed camellia, peach kernel, apricot, grapeseed and sweet almond oils are highly moisturising and antioxidant, rich in Vitamin E, oleic and linoleic fatty acids. Rose absolute has the delicate floral scent of Rosa damascena and sweet orange essential oil has been used for millennia in perfumery and skincare for its uplifting and energising citrus tones.”

How to use
After showering or bathing, pour a small amount of oil in hands, rub and massage all over the body. Take care not to slip.

Details:

  • 250ml
  • Packaged in a recycled / recyclable / reusable PET plastic with aluminium cap
  • Vegan
  • Cruelty Free
  • Made in England 

Ingredients:
Camellia oil (camelia oleifera) 
Peach kernel oil (prunus persica) 
Apricot kernel oil (prunus armeniaca) 
Grapeseed oil (vitis vinifera) 
Sweet almond oil (prunus amygdalus dulcis) 
Rose absolute essential oil (rosa damascena 5% dilution in helianthus annuus) 
Sweet orange essential oil (citrus aurantium dulcis) 
Vitamin E Oil (tocopherol) 
Linalool and limonene (naturally found in essential oils) 

About Farm Soap Co:
Farm Soap Co. handmake botanical soaps and natural skincare products in small batches in their workshop in Shaftesbury in Dorset, using traditional artisan methods. In autumn and winter they use plants from warmer climes for essential oils, and in spring and summer they grow and distill skincare herbs and flowers from an organic walled garden. Dorset Sea Salt and seaweeds are sourced from the shores of the Jurassic Coast.