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Orange Face & Body Hydrator


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2oz | Organic | Vegan | Handmade | Infused with Carnelian Crystal Chips
WARNING! Photosensitive! Please use as after sun care, at night, if you place to be home or cover up if in the sun. More info below

-Great for all skin type. Discontinue use if irritation occurs. Test on skin. (NO RETURNS OR EXCHANGES)

Benefit: Great for brighting, glowing, rejuvenation, acne, hydration and exfoliation. Amazing luxurious whipped soap scrub leaves your skin moisturized and glowing. Used to balance and activate solar and sacral chakras.

-Orange: vitamin c, brighter, and energizer
- Turmeric: hyperpigmentation and anti-inflammatory
-Carrot: Rejuvenation & helps repair skin tissue from radiant + sun rays. Nutrient beta-carotene get converted into vitamin A inside the body for healthy glowing skin
-Jojoba Oil: balance pH and helps with blemishes
- aloe vera: sooting and calming
-coconut water: skin hydration, elasticity, increase collagen.

Ingredients: Organic vegan sugar, organic shea butter, organic carrot extract, almond oil, jojoba oil, vitamin c non-gmo from plant. Essential Oil of turmeric, orange, and tangerine. Warning below for photosensitive essential or which are orange and tangerine in this product.

What makes an essential oil photosensitive?

While known for their bright, summery scents, citrus oils are among the most common essential oils that cause photosensitivity. That’s because compounds found in citrus oils—known as furanocoumarins—greatly increase UV sensitivity. And while most photosensitive oils are citrus, other oils can contain compounds or mixes of compounds that have the same effect as furanocoumarins, meaning they’re not sun-safe either. Always check the label before application to determine the oil’s photosensitivity.

What’s the best way to reduce the risks of a negative reaction?

Use photosensitive oils at nighttimeTangerine Essential Oil
Using photosensitive oils at nighttime helps reduce the risks associated with these oils. Feel free to add these oils to your nightly skin care routine, evening body wash or lotion, bedtime bath, or relaxing before-bed foot, neck, or back massage.

Cover application area
Blocking UV rays by covering up will also help reduce your risk of reaction. Apply oil to the back, lower chest, or temples and throw on a crewneck tee and hat. Just be sure that anywhere you apply oil is fully covered with a heavy or tightly knit material.

Follow label instructions
The best way to avoid a negative reaction is to follow the label instructions. Most undiluted photosensitive oils require 12 hours before sun exposure but some can take up to 48 hours. Be aware that the amount you use and whether you dilute both affect the concentration of photosensitive compounds—and always remember that sunscreen helps you stay safe in the sun, even after the recommended wait time.

What should I do if I have a reaction?
Lemon Essential Oil

If you or someone you know is having a reaction, get away from UV exposure immediately and follow one of the following procedures:

After skin reaction:

Immediately wash with cold water and soap. Rinse thoroughly.
Dilute and rinse the skin with vegetable oil to dilute the essential oil.
After eye reaction:

Rinse opened eye for several minutes under running water.
Apply vegetable oil with a sterile cloth around the eye to dilute any excess essential oil.
Always obtain medical advice if the skin is painful or the reaction covers a substantial portion of the body.

Spiritual Junky does not assume any liability for any damage or injury that may result from the use of our products.