DAZZLE MEREVITALIZING BODY OIL
Time to shine! Dazzle Me Revitalizing Body Oil is expertly formulated to absorb in the blink of an eye and leave your skin perfectly moisturised, soft and with that I-just-spend-the-weekend-somewhere-amazing kind of glow.
Nourishes, moisturises, adds glow
All skin types
Clean. Crisp. Slightly floral
Silky and light
Take yourself to the most blissful state of mind with this delicate, glorious glow-getter. Packed with skin-loving vitamin E and a power blend of antioxidant algae extracts, nourishing jojoba and skin-silkening sweet almond oil, Dazzle Me Revitalizing Body Oil is the perfect match if you’re looking to pamper yourself. It absorbs in a flash and leaves your skin velvety smooth and with a deeply moisturised, revitalised, radiant glow.
Dazzle Me Revitalizing Body Oil has been awarded the Nordic Swan Ecolabel, the COSMOS Organic Label and the Vegan Trademark.
This is how you do it
Apply post-shower while your skin is still slightly damp. Massage gently and let yourself be dazzled. All you need is a tiny pump.
the leading stars
The Ingredient Ensemble
Brassica Campestris Seed Oil* (Rapeseed Oil), Brassica Napus Seed Oil* (Rapeseed Oil), Helianthus Annuus Seed Oil (Sunflower Seed Oil), Prunus Amygdalus Dulcis Oil* (Sweet Almond Oil), Simmondsia Chinensis Seed Oil* (Jojoba Oil), Olea Europaea Fruit Oil* (Olive Oil), Triticum Vulgare Germ Oil (Wheat Germ Oil), Caprylic/Capric Triglyceride, Tocopherol (Vitamin E), Alaria Esculenta Extract (Algae), Parfum (Natural)
* Ingredients from organic farming
100% natural origin of total
93% of the total ingredients are from organic farming
Recycling is one of the most effective ways to save natural resources. When it comes to our packaging, we make sure as much as possible has a past. We hope you’ll help us give it a future, too. Not sure how? Check out our afterlife guide.
Dazzle Me Revitalizing Body Oil FAQ
When is the best time to use this bathroom staple?
To maximise the effects of your body oil, apply it after a stimulating shower or a therapeutic bath soak (i.e on damp skin) to seal in the moisture you just gained. Another option is to apply the oil while you are still in the shower. Piece of advice: be careful not to slip.
What is the difference between lotion and oil – and which one is better if I have dry skin?
Good question. Body oils consist primarily of — well, you guessed it — oil. Oil creates a physical barrier on the outer layer of your skin that helps seal in moisture and prevent transepidermal water loss. Body lotions, on the other hand, add water and water-binding ingredients (such as hyaluronic acid or glycerin) to the skin and help lock water in the skin. Usually, lotions also contain ingredients with hydrating molecules, such as hyaluronic acid, which help absorb water.
Bottom line: while oils are in charge of moisturising (i.e retaining moisture), lotions have the ability to moisturise and hydrate your skin at the same time. Dehydrated skin needs hydration. Dry skin needs moisturising.
Can I use Dazzle Me Revitalizing Body Oil for a massage?
The main purpose of a massage oil is to lubricate the skin and reduce friction during your massage, while the main purpose of body oil is to moisturise the skin. That’s why body oils are formulated to absorb quicker than massage oils, and why you’ll most likely have to use a bit more product if you use your body oil for a massage. Other than that, it’s perfect for the job.
Can I use this glow-getter on my face? And what about my hair?
Face first. You can use Dazzle Me Revitalizing Body Oil on a cleansed face – and don’t worry: it won’t clog your pores. If your skin is acne-prone, however, we recommend using an oil rich in linoleic acid.
About your hair. Dazzle Me Revitalizing Body Oil will definitely deliver a boost of shine to your locks. If you’re looking to stimulate growth or amp up the overall health of your hair, however, we recommend an oil made to meet these specific needs.
Why is there no pH level mentioned for this product?
pH is a quantitative measure of hydrogen ion and expresses the acidity or alkalinity of a solution. It can only be used to measure water-based solutions, and therefore not oil.