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may lindstrom skin the good stuff body oil

The way that skin chef May Lindstrom describes her own “The Good Stuff” radiance oil has stuck with me:

“It’s my fabric-free lingerie,” she says, and I can only imagine a little wink and hint of mischief in her pretty eyes.

I concur with her five-word description, but today I’ll add some more words to describe my thoughts on this sexy body oil.

may lindstrom skin the good stuff body oil

{May Lindstrom Skin sent me a sample of “The Good Stuff” body oil, which retails for $110 for a 3.38 black glass pump bottle.}

Like the rest of her jaw-dropping line, “The Good Stuff” is packaged in a sleek black glass bottle with branding etched in gold. Typically, I’m not a total sucker for packaging (it’s what’s inside that counts!), but you just can’t help but appreciate the beautiful simplicity in May Lindstrom Skin’s delivery. A+ as usual.

Also like the rest of her collection, I’m smitten with “The Good Stuff.” I like to use it in the evening, after a warm shower or bath post-yoga, to feel a little more feminine and a little more sexy, after a tough Ashtanga session.

The amber-gold liquid oil has a bit of shimmer to it, thanks to mica, yet it’s barely noticeable and doesn’t leave that odd mica residue on your palms after application.

(See how May Lindstrom herself applies “The Good Stuff.”)

While this little detail doesn’t really matter if you’re using “The Good Stuff” before bedtime, think about the gorgeous cast it would have on your skin by candlelight — if you see where I’m going — that’s where that fine detail comes into play!

Another amazing detail that is sort of a big deal when it comes to this body oil is the intoxicating scent. Cocoa, cocoa and more cocoa fills you as you massage this oil into your skin.

But don’t think of straight-up chocolate. No, no. Not at all. It’s a more layered, balanced cocoa, complete with hints of lavender, rose and ylang ylang that balance out the powerful scent. In short, it’s heavenly — if your idea of heaven involves fountains of chocolate (mine does).

Here’s the full ingredients list:

Organic Jojoba Oil, Organic Macadamia Nut Oil, Organic Olive Oil, Organic Plum Kernel Oil, Organic Sunflower Oil, Organic Sea Buckthorn Oil, Organic Cocoa Absolute Oil, Organic Ylang-Ylang Essential Oil, Organic Rose Absolute Essential Oil,  Organic Lavender Essential Oil, Mica

I appreciate that May has chosen all-organic ingredients for her body oil — for something that is going on my skin from head to toe, I like knowing that it’s certified organic.

With that said, though, I wish there were just a few more exotic carrier oils (to replace the jojoba, olive and sunflower oils) to truly feel justified in the $110 price tag. I wonder what it would be like with rosehip and argan oils, or even something more exotic like kukui and hazelnut oils. Just dreaming out loud, here!

While I received “The Good Stuff” as a generous gift from May, I admit that I struggle a bit with the thought of purchasing it myself. It’s an expensive oil that needs to cover 5’7” inches of woman. Is it worth the splurge?

Given that I would just use it a few evenings a week, it would probably be a green light because I could make it last so long. It’s also a lovely multipurpose product, as it can be used to deep-treat the hair and scalp, too.

May has done such an amazing job with creating products that truly feel special that it would probably be difficult for me to use the very last drop and not reorder a bottle soon. I’ll be sure to let you know if May Lindstrom Skin’s “The Good Stuff” gets on my “products I repurchased” list.

Want to read my other reviews of May Lindstrom Skin beauty products? Check them out below:

Have you tried May Lindstrom Skin “The Good Stuff” yet? What did you think? What are your thoughts on the ingredients list and May’s line in general? Please tell me in the comments section!

 


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