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Monday, October 12, 2015

Head-to-Toe Beautiful with Palmer's Cocoa Butter Formula Skin Therapy + Giveaway

palmer's cocoa butter formula skin therapy review + giveaway (2)
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A Happy Thanksgiving, to my Canadian ladies on this fine Monday. A Monday made better by the fact that most Canadians get a day off work and a fridge full of leftovers, so no need to cook- a double win! It's also going be a triple win for three lucky ladies, as there happens to be a sweet little giveaway at the end of this post. Oh yes! But I'm getting ahead of myself... Let's get to the goods, the Palmer's Cocoa Butter Formula Skin Therapy family of oils that make head-to-toe beauty that much easier. Read on!


Let's start off with the new Skin Therapy Cleansing Oil, which not only deeps cleans, brightens, and balances skin's pH but is super budget friendly. Actually, all of Palmer's products are, but it's not often you find a really great cleansing oil under $10 (especially no one that's mineral oil free too.) The unique formula blends an array of anti-oxidnant rich oils (grapeseed, jojoba, and rosehip) with cocoa butter, vitamin C for a light feeling oil that melts away dirt and makeup. A small pump of this oil works to take the day off with ease and cuts trough long-wearing and waterproof formulas without the need for rubbing and tugging. I love that this not only removes everything the first time, but it leaves no oily film on skin, and has a soft rose scent.


Once cleansing's done you're likely going to want to moisturize. Obviously Palmer's has you covered in that department too. The Skin Therapy Oil Face might come in a little bottle, but it's specially formulated blend combines ten oils to create a pretty great hydrating, anti-aging, multi-purpose skin perfecting product. You've got sweet almond, sesame, coconut, macadamia, apricot, grapeseed, argan, rosehip, camelina, and sunflower oils with vitamin E, C and Retinol. This little wonder oil works to brighten skin, reduce the appearance of discolouration, smooth skin texture, and of course, hydrate. The oil absorbs really easily with a clean feel and a soft rose scent. I'm pretty picky when it comes to rose scent, but this is very natural, and light, so no worries if you're not a fan of scented face products.


The body wasn't left out of the fun, as the Skin Therapy Oil Body with Rosehip is a fast way to banish dryness and treat skin. The body oil is a dry oil that combines rosehip, sesame, and canola oil and cocoa butter and vitamin E. The light texture (see the trend?) absorbs pretty much instantly, with no oily feel and a rosy scent. The scent is the strongest in the body oil, but it's a really nice, realistic rose. It works to hydrate skin nicely, leaving is supple and soft, but it also treats common skin issues like scarring and stretch marks, uneven skin tone and aging.

palmer's cocoa butter formula skin therapy review + giveaway (1)

Want to in everything you've seen here? Good, because three Canadian readers have the chance to do just that. Simply leave me a comment telling me what your favourite skincare or body care scent is and fill out the Rafflecopter widget below. Ends October 26th, 2015. Good luck!