BB Update: Bring Back Summer

September 03, 2020

BB Update: Bring Back Summer

By: Melanie Peres


Hello Brooklyn Botany Babes!

Who misses summer?

The school year has started for many of us and summer seems to be fading into the background. Whether we were locked in quarantine or social distancing on a giant beach, something about a little sunshine can make most of us happy. 

If you're feeling this vibe, hold onto the sweet summer a little longer with the Sweet Orange Scrub!

Some of the main ingredients in this container include Dead Sea Salt, Aloe Vera Juice, Coconut oil, Jojoba oil, and most importantly Sweet Orange Oil.

For those who haven’t heard about orange oil (also known as Citrus Sinensis Oil), it's known to destress and invigorate. This is great for after a long workday or waking you up from a night of deep sleep. 

It is also known that this oil can freshen you up and relieve pain or inflammation. It helps with acne and scarring and is overall, a pick-me-up product. 

It’s like slicing open an orange in the bathtub or sipping on a fruity cocktail by the ocean, the smell boosts your mood almost automatically. 

Feel fresh after the shower, and most importantly feel happy. 

This is definitely a go-to scrub. So if you’re feeling it, go check it out!

Laters, 

B.B. 






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