Namasté Bath & Body Oil

Here is a product that I use relentlessly. Who suffers from dry skin? I do, I do! If you don’t already know, I live in Calgary, Alberta, where the winters are very dry, and cracked skin is hardly avoidable.

VERDURA naturalternatives is a company that I stand by 100% Not only do they have high-end quality products, but they’re eco-friendly, modern, elegant, compassionate and of course vegan. They continuously use the highest quality ingredients from around the world, and carefully select the finest ingredients for their purity, sustainability, medicinal properties and skin benefits.

I started using the Namaste Bath, and Body Oil, a couple months ago and it’s gotten to the point where my skin CRAVES it!

Although instructions say to apply it after a bath to wet skin, I use it in the bath, on my wet skin, and on dry skin throughout the whole day leaving my skin feeling soft, and smooth! The scent is subtle yet invigorating!

My skin has never thanked me so much!

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This oil is a unique high-end, non greasy blend of exotic & skin nutritive dry oils rich in powerful antioxidants that soothe and repair damaged skin. Its delicate floral aroma comes from a proprietary blend of pure essential oils promoting a sense of peace and serenity.

This product is 100% vegan, with a strict policy of no animal testing. Their entire skincare line is entirely vegan, and they promise to never test on animals. They only use organic, plant based and wild crafted ingredients.

Their formulas are without fillers, synthetic chemicals, artificial colorants or perfumes. Every product is created and hand blended in their loft studio.

Something I LOVE about this brand is that due to deforestation, and destruction of wildlife’s habitats and driving orangutans to extinction they choose to exclude the use of palm oil in all of their products. As someone who’s eyes have recently been opened to this issue, and am trying to eliminate this product out of my day to day life it’s amazing to see this!

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