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Tuesday, June 20, 2017

Get in to a Summer State of Mind With Kneipp




Summer is right around the corner! Introducing the ultimate summertime experience for the senses from Kneipp. Three brand new body washes and one enriching hand cream. Infused with summer-perfect scents designed to refresh and nourish your skin, body and soul, providing you with everyday moments of warm-weather wellness. {Product provided for review/feature consideration}





BODY WASH ($14)
Boost your summer mood every morning in the shower. Soap-free, pH-balanced and formulated with natural plant oils, these three refreshing, gently foaming body washes deep clean and condition the skin, leaving it soft, smooth, and exquisitely scented for an irresistible shower experience. Available in three new fragrances:

· Endless Summer: An energizing infusion of citrusy lime and revitalizing mint

· Summer Mood: A juicy blend of summer-fresh watermelon and stimulating mint

· Tropical Dream: An exotic, vacation-evoking mixture of mouthwatering mango and sweet starfruit

HAND CREAM ($10)More than 100 years of research have gone into perfecting these enriching, plant-based hand cream, which is formulated with highly nourishing ingredients to retain moisture deep within the skin for long-lasting hydration. Available in:

· Spring Awakening: A sweet, floral fragrance infused with shea butter, almond oil, mayflower and magnolia



Not only does the packaging for these products scream summer time, their contents do too! While all of the body washes smell AMAZING, Summer Mood and Tropical Dream are my favorites.  Kneipp products contain the most unique blends available in the natural body and skincare market, and all are dermatologist tested and recommended, primarily vegan, and free of preservatives, paraffins, silicons, and mineral oils. Until next time...



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