Teadora Nourishing Body Polish
If you’re like me, you are in the midst of a brutal winter. Your skin is dry, itchy and you can’t seem to catch a break. You just want to have your soft skin back. Teadora’s Body Polish will give you just that.
Teadora’s Body Polish is full of vitamin-rich oils like Brazil Nut, Rose Hip Seed, Buriti, Babassu, and Maracuja. With powerful exfoliants added such as Acai Seeds and Amazonian Clay, your skin will start to thank you after the first application. Nourishing Body Polish removes dead skin, while working in synergy with the oils, providing your skin with a boost of hydration creating soft and smoother skin.
With dry air and cold temperatures, maintenance of your skin is crucial. With no more than three applications per week, the vegan, paraben, synthetic fragrance, silicone, gluten, and phthalate sulfate free formula is just what you need. Pair this polish with one of Teadora’s beauty bars or whipped body butters for a perfect finish.
This product comes in two scents:
Rainforest at Dawn: earthy, with a bright and sparkling citrusy burst of bergamot and lemon, swirled with woods, fresh florals, basil and eucalyptus to awaken your senses and ready you for the day ahead. It’s like waking up in the rainforest.
Rainforest at Dusk: smooth, sexy floral notes of Rose Absolute and Geranium blend with a hint of orange and coconut to soothe and revitalize your senses after a long day. It’s like a relaxing twilight in the rainforest.
For more information or to purchase Teadora’s Body Polish, visit their online store. You can also purchase Teadora Body Polish in a variety of scents on Amazon with free shipping.
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