Eucalyptus & Mint Body Oil
A Moisturizer for All Seasons
Our Eucalyptus & Mint Body Oil moisturizes and rejuvenates your hard working skin while providing a crisp cool aroma that provides clarity, focus, and balance. A unique blend of organic oils will replenish and renew the natural balance of your skin, absorbing quickly and penetrating deeply to offset the harsh effects of our day to day lives.
Each batch of our Eucalyptus & Mint body oil is blended and poured by hand using certified organic oils and essential oils, providing you with a product that is effective, pure, and a dream for your skin.
To use, simply apply after a shower or bath. If you prefer you can also put a few drops in the bath but be mindful that it will make the bathtub slippery.
Net Weight - 4.5oz
Ingredients: Organic Sunflower Oil, Organic Avocado Oil, Organic Jojoba Oil, Organic Sweet Almond Oil, Organic Essential Oil
A wonderful compliment to our Natural Body Oil is our Hand & Cuticle Salve. It is a wonderful heavy moisturizer for those hard-working or extra dry spots like your hands, heels, and elbows.
Natural & Organic
Smells great in a bath or mixed with a carrier oil. I gifted this to my mother in law as well and she also loved it
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Using Whispering Willow's Rose body oil is a morning self-care ritual I LOVE. It smells so nice, and makes my skin feel silky smooth. I usually mix it with a little unscented body lotion, but the oil is wonderful on its own as well. At night, after a bath and before bed, the oil is a sweet way to prepare for a lovely relaxing sleep. All WW products are top notch!
Rose Body Oil
I really wanted to like this product since natural, hand-crafted, small batch, rose-scented bath and body products are my go-to for my signature scent. A little goes a long way which is wonderful! The glass packaging is simple yet elegant, and the consistency of the oil is high quality. However, this rose body oil does not smell like rose (to me). The geranium notes are so overpowering there's barely a hint of rose. Wondering if you'd be open to restructuring the recipe for this rose oil to significantly reduce the amount of geranium and bring in more rose; or even exclude geranium and opt for a different middle note like clary sage, lavender, or bergamot?