This summer, keep clean and fresh with these olfactory-pleasing essentials for your daily routine:
Scents for the Shower
Sabon’s Olive soaps are using with a base of olive oil and coconut oil. Gentle and moisturizing, they contain a diversity of aromatic oils and herbs to soothe and invigorate in the shower.
Scents for the Bath
Sabon’s Bath ball is a combination of Dead Sea Salt, aromatic oils and minerals, packed into a delightful planet-looking ball. It contains over 26 essential minerals such as magnesium and calcium to ensure healthy skin as rose petals unfurl and come to life.
Find out more as we list the best Sabon NYC bath and body products.
For Minty Fresh Breath
Earthpaste is a natural product made from purified water, Food Grade Redmond Clay, xylitol, peppermint essential oil, Redmond Real Salt, tea tree oil.
At an affordable price point, this is also a great alternative for children who might not adapt well to using other natural tooth soaps and droppers. Also comes in spearmint, lemon, wintergreen, and cinnamon flavor.
See our list of the best natural teeth cleansing products for a naturally improved, and eco-friendly smile.
To Keep Fresh
Keep fresh with a natural deodorant stick. Sensitive underarms will appreciate this stick deodorant with a blend of naturally deodorizing cornstarch and vegetable protein, soothing shea and cocoa butters, beeswax and coconut oil that leaves you feeling fresh. Available in six scents; Almond Vanilla, Fresh Fig, Lavender Mint and Pure Unscented and new Forest and Geranium.
Checkout our list of great natural deodorants to try.
Scents for Your Home
Cire Trudon’s luxury scented candles lifts and transforms the atmosphere of your home. The Cyrnos candle evokes a citrus garden situated off the Mediterranean blue shore, that borrowing scents from the nearby Provence. Head notes -lemon, myrtle, and thyme; heart note -black fig, cedar wood, lavender and pine; base -cashmere wood, musk, and patchouli.
Learn more about Cire Trudon and their scents, history, and the making-of.
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