Teadora Nourishing Body Polish and Bath & Body Oil in Rainforest at Dusk

Remember the last time I blogged about Teadora? I said I was in love with the product, but not excited about the scent - and I sort of, maybe, said that it smell like dirt? That scent was Rainforest at Dawn. And while I stand by my assessment that it smelled super earthy, I can tell you that I am madly in love with its counterpart, Rainforest at Dusk.

I was given the opportunity to try the Nourishing Body Polish and Bath & Body Oil in Rainforest at Dusk. I completely expected to be turned off by the scent, but I was completely blown away! It's citrus-y and light. It reminds me of lemon mint with hints of coconuts and flowers. Just fabulous. I've been using both the scrub and oil, and I can definitely tell a difference in my skin!

Above is the polish. So what in it? Antioxidant and vitamin-rich Buriti, Babassu, Brazil Nut, Rose Hip Seed, and Maracujá oils, plus potent exfoliants such as Açaí Seeds and Amazonian Clay our ultra-smooth Nourishing Body Polish removes dead skin while providing amazing hydration for brighter, healthier, smoother skin. That's from the website. And I believe it! My skin loves this stuff! I've grown accustomed to the non-abrasive nature, and even when I don't think it's working, I know it is.

After I use the polish, I follow up with the oil (pictured below). I have only been using this oil on my body, but there are other uses! You can put it in your hair or directly in a bath OR massage onto your scalp to reduce flakies - that's my next try. With the same ingredients as the scrub, this oil protects your skin against free radical damage, repairs elasticity and provides much needed hydration for younger-looking, healthier, smoother skin, according to the website.

Teadora is 100% vegan, and free of parabens, synthetic fragrance, silicone, gluten, phthalate, sulfates and other harsh chemicals. You can purchase both from Teadora's website. The polish is  $34 for 6 ozs. and $10 for 1.5 ozs. Pricing for the oil is $58 for 8 ozs and $15 for 2 ozs. I can tell you the oil lasts for a loooooonng time. I mean, I've been using mine for weeks, and I've barely made a dent in my bottle. I think it's definitely worth it, and will probably purchase another smaller size when I run out.

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