Seagrape Exotic Fields Bath + Body Oil Review

~I received this item for free in exchange for an honest review.~

oil2When Shevibe sent me a sample of Seagrape’s Edible Honey Dust and Deep Light Massage Candle,  they also sent me one more thing: Exotic Fields Massage Oil.

A little bit about it:  Seagrape’s Exotic Fields Massage Oil, like Seagrape’s other wares, is full of natural goodness.  If you’ve been reading along, you know that I like my bath and body products to be as natural as possible, and this massage oil fits right in.  It contains a blend of oils (grape seed, sweet almond, jojoba, apricot kernel, avocado, coconut, soybean, and olive), vitamin E, herbs, and essential oils.  The particular scent is peppermint, rosemary, lemon, and clove.  Pour it in your hands, warm it up in your palms, and use it like you would any massage oil.

What I loved: Of course, I dig natural products, and so far have loved everything I’ve tried from Seagrape.  This oil smells absolutely heavenly.  It has a medicinal twang of a scent to it, but in a good way.  And believe me, I’ve racked my brain trying to find a word for “medicinal in a good way.”  I couldn’t come up with a word.  I even asked all of Twitter, with no good answer.  I suppose therapeutic would be closest, but trust me.  It smells medicinal in a good way.  The peppermint, rosemary, lemon, and clove scents work together in such an amazing way that I just want to bathe in this stuff.

In use, I noticed the oil doesn’t feel cold on my skin like so many other oils I’ve tried do.  I’m not altogether sure why that is, other than perhaps the warming essential oils it contains.  The oil itself rubs into the skin easily, but not too quickly, so you can get a decent massage out of it.  The warmth of the oil, the slickness that eventually rubs in, and the amazing scent combine to give a simply amazing massage if you know a few basic strokes.

Finally, the bottle contains bits of rosemary and cloves.  That’s kind of adorable.  It gives it a nice, rustic, homey sort of touch.oil

What I didn’t:  Guess what!  This space will be blank.  I loved everything about it.

Final thought: I love this massage oil.  It’s warm, comforting, and works amazingly well.  I try to find oils that last long enough to get at least a few minutes of strokes out of it before I have to reapply, but also absorbs and doesn’t leave skin greasy.  Seagrape’s oil wins on both counts.

Want your own?  You can pick it up in one of Seagrape’s Sexy Weekend Kits or Sexy Travel Kits sold at Shevibe.  If you want just the oil, not the kit, you can find it at Seagrape’s site.

Special thanks to Shevibe for giving me the opportunity to review products from this amazing new company!

~I received this item for free in exchange for an honest review.~


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