Deep Marine Sea Kelp Foaming Bath Purify & Hydrate
What It IsDr. Teal's Sea Kelp Foaming Bath contains nutrient-rich Sea Kelp that helps to hydrate and nourish skin. It has long-lasting bubbles that gently cleanses.
Sunflower Seed Oil
Soothing, Hydrating, Anti-Oxidant, Fungal Acne
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Light a candle n relax😌🛀🏽
Sunday’s are for self care, just call it my spa days. That’s the day I exfoliate my body and wear my mask grab my tea ☕️. I like to take bubbles bath n soak. Dr Teal's - Deep Marine Sea Kelp Foaming Bath Purify & Hydrate I starting using this to make my bubbles. I use to do bath n body works but I’m very sensitive down there so this works perfect. It has the same benefits it’s just liquid. Dr Teal's - Cannabis Sativa Hemp Seed Oil Pure Epsom Salt I’ve been using this for years. It makes my skin feels so smooth and plus I workout a lot so it’s good for sore muscles. They have a lot different kinds to choose from depending on your needs. You really can do any day but Sunday’s to me is like a reset button because your getting ready for the week ahead and we have a lot going on in our lives. Do anyone dry brush? I just love how it makes my skin feel. I have been doing it for over a month n I do see that it helped out with my cellulite at the back of my legs. You guys should try out and tell me how it make tou feel. I hope everyone have a good week.
Dr Teal's-Cannabis Sativa Hemp Seed Oil Pure Epsom Salt
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