Beauty Buzz | Osmia Organics Body Oils: Sunset and Water Lily

If you are looking to truly treat your body from neck to toe, look no further than Osmia Organics Body Oils. I have tried and loved two other oils from Osmia, in the scents Wood and Flower. Sunset and Water Lily are the newest additions to Osmia’s growing family of body oils. Each oil is blended with a plethora of organic and nourishing oils combined with natural essential oils to create the most unique (and addicting) scents.

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“These sublime body oils, like the soaps, may be addictive. They are to be applied to WET skin. Seriously – don’t even dry off first. It will make the oils more effective by mixing with the water on your skin, and you will use less oil this way. After applying, just walk around (or, better yet, dance a little bit) in your birthday suit for a few minutes before getting dressed. Your skin will stay incredibly soft all day.

The base oil is the same for all of them, comprising 11 incredibly nourishing oils (9 certified organic), each with its own set of benefits for the skin. With healing organic jojoba oil, antioxidant kukui oil, powerfully anti-aging and regenerative organic rosehip seed oil, and anti-inflammatory organic hemp seed oil, our body oil strengthens, rejuvenates, and deeply heals your skin.  The scents are achieved with organic and wild-harvested essential oils, and are available in a 7.5 ounce bottle with pump, or a 2 ounce bottle with a screw top. Also available unscented.”

SunsetVanilla and Jasmine

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“Organic vanilla and jasmine extracts combine for a warm, feminine scent that lasts all day on your skin. The quiet spice of coriander, and the lift of Italian bergamot make this oil anything but plain vanilla. (The organic bergamot we use has had the photosensitizing element removed, so it will not cause a reaction in the sun.)  It is distinctly possible that you will want to lick your arm while wearing this oil. You’ve been warned.”

Ingredients: caprylic/capric triglyceride (fractionated coconut oil), simmondsia chinensis (jojoba) oil*, aleurites molaccana (kukui) oil, prunus amygdalus (sweet almond) oil*, rosa rubiginosa (rosehips) seed oil*, cannabis sativa (hemp) seed oil*, persea gratissima (avocado) oil*, borago officinalis (borage) seed oil*, oenothera biennis (evening primrose) oil*, hippophae rhamnoides (sea buckthorn berry) CO2 extract*, rosmarinus officinalis (rosemary) CO2 extract*, and a proprietary blend of organic and wild-harvested essential oils and CO2 extracts

Water Lily – Vetiver and Ginger Lily

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“It starts with vetiver – a grass from Sri Lanka that instantly evokes a feeling of ancient earth and sacred ritual. It is a deeply calming and grounding oil – sweet, rich, and sensual. Wild-harvested juniper oil and ginger lily add a gentle spice, and lift the vetiver up to meet them. The scent will last for hours, in a very subtle yet addictive way.  Beware – you may find yourself sniffing your arm during meetings. This scent can be worn by men or women.”

Ingredients: caprylic/capric triglyceride (fractionated coconut oil), simmondsia chinensis (jojoba) oil*, aleurites molaccana (kukui) oil, prunus amygdalus (sweet almond) oil*, rosa rubiginosa (rosehips) seed oil*, cannabis sativa (hemp) seed oil*, persea gratissima (avocado) oil*, borago officinalis (borage) seed oil*, oenothera biennis (evening primrose) oil*, hippophae rhamnoides (sea buckthorn berry) CO2 extract*, rosmarinus officinalis (rosemary) CO2 extract*, and a proprietary blend of organic and wild-harvested essential oils and CO2 extracts

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Although I seriously love both of these oils (and feel absolutely magical wearing them), I have an affinity towards Sunset as apparently I had some inspiration behind it (Sarah knows of my Vanilla obsession and love for Jasmine) which makes me feel giddy and if I must admit, a little special 😉

Sunset particularly lingers throughout the day and almost wears as a light perfume (think random whiffs of vanilla and jasmine). In a word it is heavenly. Water Lily is also wonderful and I love the hints of Vetiver and Ginger Lily. These two are definitely my favorites out of the oils I have tried from Osmia and I will absolutely be purchasing a full size of Sunset once I run out! I don’t even use moisturizers or creams on my body anymore. These are my go-to moisturizing oils for day and night. I get out of the shower, slather these babies on my skin, dance around in my birthday suit and within fifteen minutes the oils are absorbed. My skin is left looking luminous, feeling soft, supple and smelling delicious!

Are you a fan of body oils? Which one of these oils would you like to try most?

xoxo,

Britanie

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13 thoughts on “Beauty Buzz | Osmia Organics Body Oils: Sunset and Water Lily

  1. I think I would like to try Sunset the most because I’m looking to give one of her oils to a friend of mine for a gift. I received a sample of Forest and on the surface I didn’t think I’d like it so much, but I do! I agree her body oil is amazing.

  2. I’d love to try Sunset one, ooh jasmine<3 The fact that it lingers on it's amazing!:) I like body oils if they aren't too oily, at the moment i'm a big fan of coconut oil, it makes my skin really soft<3 xx

    1. It’s always a bonus when body oils have a lingering scent. I find that Sunset is the best at this. it’s just so delicious. Coconut oil is wonderful! My other fav. I don’t find Osmia’s oils to be too oily at all. They absorb very well, the outcome reminds me a lot of coconut oil actually.

  3. I have these, too! I am in love with Sunset … anything vanilla and jasmine = yes please! That was an easy purchase for me 🙂 I got a sample of water lily, too, but haven’t tried it yet. Body oils are my weakness (well, any oils, really). I am just too lazy for lotions! 🙂 I love that we are both jasmine freaks. I can do vanilla in waves, but this blend is just too special … look at you, miss muse! Miss you!!!

    1. I figured you would also love these because I know how much of a Jasmine freak you are also. Whenever I come across a Jasmine product I always think of you! I am also too lazy for lotions, hah, I just find oils so much easier! I miss you too so much. xoxo

  4. There’s just no comparison between oils and moisturisers…once you go oil you never go back! Sunset sounds absolutely beautiful, I’m a bit of a vanilla and jasmine freak too.

    Mayah x

    1. Jasmine is so wonderful. I adore it. I have heard great things about Indie Lee’s body oils. I am a big Sandalwood fan. I think Sunset would be a wonderful oil for you if you are looking to change things up 🙂

  5. I am a huge fan of body oils, I always make my own! Right now I’m using one infused with cloves, it’s heavenly. If I could try it, I would definitely go with Sunset, because I am totally obsessed with vanilla in everything. I will have to get some vanilla and jasmine essentail oil and try this at home. 🙂 Thank you for the idea!

  6. I love Osmia’s body oils! It has helped my dry, itchy skin a lot in this fall weather. I’m using Forest now but the scent doesn’t stay. Can’t wait to try out other scents!

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