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  • I tend to avoid anything that doesn't smell like a musk or spice or food of some kind or another
  • I found the Aromatherapaes Body Oil with Lavendar & Grapefruit for $8, and though the price was a bit higher for a body oil than I'd typically like to pay, especially when considering its only a four ounce spray bottle, I do love the smell of lavendar, which is about the only floral smell I can take and not end up with a headache at the end of the day
  • The smell was noticeable by others, but not overpowering by any means, and I didn't have any negative experience with the scent, most likely because it was all natural and not lab-created on any level


    • by Anasuya
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      I never used to be much of a girly-girl growing up. I’d be the girl wearing a dress, but climbing trees and throwin rocks and walking barefoot in the creek with all the boys too! And, as I grew up, I really really never thought I’d be the type of girl who collected bath products like a starving made would collect tootsie rolls! But alas, here I am in my thirties, and I can honestly say that I’ve tried hundreds and hundreds of cosmetics and bath products, so much so that I could make the most experienced shoppers weep at times. I’m not sure if that’s something I should proudly admit to, but there you have it. And it’s strange that I should have such a love affair with bath and beauty products, because I usually can’t STAND the smell of girly type things like that. And it’s not just that I can’t stand it and find it obnoxious, but I actually have allergic reactions

      occur when I use floral smelling products. I tend to avoid anything that doesn’t smell like a musk or spice or food of some kind or another. Vanilla is dandy, but rose makes me sneeze and gives me some pretty massive headaches, so I have to be careful with any products that use artificial perfumes in it.

      I found the Aromatherapaes Body Oil with Lavendar & Grapefruit for $8, and though the price was a bit higher for a body oil than I’d typically like to pay, especially when considering its only a four ounce spray bottle, I do love the smell of lavendar, which is about the only floral smell I can take and not end up with a headache at the end of the day. And, because it’s in a spray bottle, you don’t use more than what is necessary to get a good all-over coverage, so the $8 actually lasted about a month and a half, before I was twisting the cap ...


      • off and squeezing every last little bit out of the bottle and finally done with it. I would use it after I got out of the bath because I’d read somewhere that it was best to use lotions and oils then because your skin is more absorbant. If you wait until you’re completely dry after a bath or shower, your body is less likely to take in the oils and lotions as well, and you’ll end up feeling dry ten minutes later. I live in Michigan, and the climate is often pretty harsh, and my legs and arms typically get pretty dry to the point of being painfully itchy at times. I’ve laid awake in bed at night just consistently scratching at my dry skin, so much so that I would leave red welts on myself in the process! I’ve tried all kinds of lotions specifically formulated for this kind of climate, but none of them have worked as well as I’d hoped, as they
        effectiveness of it tends to wear off after only a half an hour and I’m dry and itchy all over again. I work in retail and don’t have the time to keep applying lotion throughout the day.

        I’d apply this oil just by spritzing a few times on each leg and arm and then rubbing it in pretty thoroughly. It wasn’t so oily that it would stain my clothes afterwards, and it didn’t leave my skin looking oily either. The smell was noticeable by others, but not overpowering by any means, and I didn’t have any negative experience with the scent, most likely because it was all natural and not lab-created on any level. It’s a vegan product too, and no animal testing, which was nice to read on the product label, and I have a lot of friends I’ve since recommended this to because of this fact. My skin stayed soft and nourished for almost the whole day, which is far longer-lasting than anything else. I loved it.




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