After Sun Body Soother
Why It's SpecialEver smelled any of Ouai's other products? Enough said.
What It DoesThis fizzing, foaming soother features aloe-infused bubbles and rose hip oil that work their magic on your skin.
What It IsA limited-edition super-cooling body soother that helps to instantly chill out sun-exposed skin.
What Else You Need to KnowScented with Summer OUAI—a blend of Fijian coconut and pineapple. This product is dermatologically and clinically tested and is safe for sensitive skin.
Anti-Oxidant, Anti-Aging, Fungal Acne, Anti-Aging
Radish Root Ferment Filtrate
Hydrating, Fungal Acne
OMG No ouai it’s And Ouai-t a minute - is that a nice Ouai product? Any-Ouai I make bad jokes I realise. I just wanted to show you some favourites I’m obsessing over. Like REALLY obsessing. I need back-ups of my back ups. That’s how good this stuff is. I’ll explain why. Ouai’s After Sun Body Soother is meant to be, yes you guessed it, for after sun. I can’t stop using it though! It fizzes and pops upon application, which makes me feel like an 8 year old with a packet of Fizz Wiz! It smells like sweet coconut and it hydrates beautifully. Contains aloe-infused bubbles, cucumber extract, and rose hip oil. I’ve been using this after my bath at bedtime and it feels lovely! I do need to stop using this now and save it for the summer as it also has a cooling effect, and I know I will be needing it on those sweltering days out! Then theres the gorgeous limited edition Goldie Rocks glowmotion by Sol De Janeiro. I’ve been using this on my arms and shoulders for shimmer and hydration but especially loving it as a highlighter on my face! It can even be used mixed in with foundation for a subtle dewy look! The scent is the same as Bum Bum and it contains Cupuaçu Butter, Açaí oil, and coconut oil. I really wish this wasn’t limited edition, it’s my favourite! This is my daytime hydration and shimmer, makes me feel like a queen! Last but not least, Ouai’s Hair Oil. My hair just LOVES this, absorbs without leaving my hair heavy and just makes it soft! The way I’ve been using this is a few drops in the ends of my hair, before wrapping a silk turban overnight. Absolute hair perfection the next day! Contains African galanga, argan, ama and Asian borage oils and has a gorgeous floral scent. My recovering bleached hair says thank you.
OUAI-After Sun Body Soother
These are some of my most used products right now (other than what’s in my usual skincare routine). I never really used to be good about wearing sunscreen, let alone sunscreen on my body on a typical summer day. But that was also from a lack of knowledge! I’ve become so much better at applying sunscreen everywhere everyday as well as reapplying throughout the day. The Coppertone glow sunscreen has been my favorite so far because it makes my skin shimmer a bit and it’s also no more than $10. The bottle is big compared to other body sunscreens I’ve tried, which run out faster and are more expensive 😬 The after sun body soother from Ouai has become pretty popular with my friends since I took it out of my bag one day 😂 I don’t usually burn and I do my best to prevent it, but I use this even just to cool down on hot days. I always reapply sunscreen after I put this on too.
OUAI-After Sun Body Soother
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