3 ways to use post shower nirvana body oil

As the seasons change, so does our skin, which is why it’s important to adapt your skincare routine accordingly. Spring cleaning your skincare and choosing uplifting, fresh scents over woody, wintery scents is the perfect mood-booster, but it’s equally important to keep the skin nourished and hydrated no matter the season. 

Post shower nirvana body oil is the ideal multi-use product, so we’ve put together 3 of our favourite, tried-and-tested ways to use it, meaning you can say goodbye to your dry winter skin. You can thank us later! 


Show some extra love to your dry spots

After showering, massage in post shower nirvana body oil, paying extra love and attention to the notoriously dry spots like the elbows, soles of the feet, knees and even the cuticles. 


Add a few drops to your bath

The organic plant oils in post shower nirvana body oil makes it double up as the perfect bath oil. Not only will it leave your skin feeling nourished and hydrated, but its mood-boosting aromas will help you feel uplifted.


Use as a massage oil

If you’re feeling tense or a bit stressed out, try taking a few extra minutes to practice some self-massage with post shower nirvana body oil. Take the palm of your hand and apply gentle pressure in large circular motions over any areas that need a bit of love and attention. 


Romy Van Haecke (@romyvanhaecke) gave us her top tips for incorporating post shower nirvana body oil into your evening routine, for those evenings when you need to unwind and get a good night's sleep. 

“I like to apply the body oil when my skin is still soft and warm from a hot bath or steamy shower. It’s the best way to let it absorb into the skin really well, but I also love how the invigorating scent reacts on the warmth of my skin. Perfect right before I dive into my PJ’s, make myself a cup of tea and read my book in bed.” 

We definitely agree with Romy! Post shower nirvana body oil feels extra special when used before bed.



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