More Body Oil Comparisons

I have reviewed several body oils in the past. This post it to add two new ones and compare them to the ones in the former post found here. I’ve recently been trying Rahua’s hair products, I love the natural ingredients so I tried their new Body Amazon Oil recently. It retails for $57 for 2 fl oz which makes it the priciest of the bunch. It has a spray cap style. The main ingredients are: coconut triglycerides, Ungurahua oil, Sacha Inchi oil, vitamin E, Buriti fruit oil, Palo Santo oil, pomegranate seed oil, rosehip fruit oil, lavender oil, eucalyptus oil and vanilla fruit extract. The scent is very minimal, it smells just like the shampoo and conditioner. It is a light oil like the Nuxe. They feel about the same and are the least moisturizing of all I have discussed. The Nuxe is cheaper. I’m not a fan of the spray style bottle as it leaves oil on my bathroom floor, I prefer a pump. But that would be the only thing I would improve about it.

Omorovicza recently had a Black Friday sale, so I grabbed a few backups of other stuff and this Firming Body Oil. It retails for $75 for 3.4 fl oz. This has a pump bottle which is my favorite for this type of product as it’s the least messy. The main ingredients are: jojoba oil, rice germ oil, coconut triglyceride, squalane, apricot kernel oil, sunflower seed oil, plum seed extract, calendula extract, sage oil, vitamin E, chamomile oil, geranium oil and rosemary leaf oil. This is a thicker, heavier oil. It’s more moisturizing as well. It’s just like the Omorovicza Blissful Frankincense Oil and the Tata Harper Revitalizing Body Oil I talked about in the first post. I did notice while looking up the ingredients for this on the Omorovicza website that the Blissful Frankincense Oil is off the site so it might have gotten discontinued.

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