rachel’s plan bee | coconut beach body oil

In a desperate attempt to hang on to the last bits of summer, I’ve been drenching myself in Rachel’s Plan Bee Coconut Beach Body Oil as I prepare for a much-needed beach vacation this upcoming weekend …. which happens to coincide with the first day of fall.

Behind, much?

I’m hopeful that this smooth coconut-meets-pineapple body oil dream made its way onto your skin earlier in the summer while I was stressing away with a career change and apartment move (excuses, excuses for why I haven’t been blogging much).

But, if it hasn’t met your skin yet, you still have time. Scoop up this seasonal body oil (also available in a “shimmering” version!) to help you get through winter, after you take in all the pumpkin goodness that’s sure to come and distract you before Mother Nature turns her cold shoulder.

rachels plan bee coconut beach body oil

{Rachel’s Plan Bee sent me a sample of its Coconut Beach Body Oil for review. It costs $32 for a 3.8-ounce amber glass lockable pump bottle. Photos Courtesy Rachel’s Plan Bee}

 

OK, back to the coconut body oil details.

Rachel’s Plan Bee Coconut Beach Body Oil

If you’re a fan of Rachel’s Plan Bee Body Oils, you’ll find the familiar base of organic apricot kernel oil, sunflower seed oil, meadowfoam seed oil and more for a luxurious, moisturizing experience that leaves your skin soft and exceptionally touchable.

And, if you’re my cat, extremely sniffable.

You can use this Rachel’s Plan Bee Coconut Beach Body Oil as a bath oil, a shaving oil and, of course, on wet skin as a body moisturizing oil.

That’s my favorite use of it, as the scent stays all day and I get to enjoy a little total-body massage as I treat my skin to this sensory and moisturizing experience.

Half-a-pump per leg is all I need to stay soft, but you can also spoil yourself with full pumps if you’re feeling indulgent or have extra-dry skin.

(If you’re feeling extra indulgent, mix equal parts Coconut Beach with Jasmine for a truly exceptional experience. Fruity floral dream alert!)

Here’s the full ingredients list:

Apricot kernel oil*, sunflower seed oil*, meadowfoam seed oil, grapeseed oil, tocopherol (mixed)**, cranberry seed oil*, cocos nucifera fruit extract, citrus sinensis (sweet orange) oil*, vanilla planifolia, anthemis nobilis (chamomile Roman) flower oil* *certified organic **non-gmo

With the Coconut Beach scent, you’ll sniff a combination of coconut, sweet orange, vanilla and chamomile, which somehow yields a pineapple-coconut cake experience that will have you feeling both happy and hungry.

It’s summer, bottled, and will keep your brain feeling like it’s on vacation mode during your morning ritual.

As you’re stressing at work, don’t fear: this scent will last all day (as all of Rachel’s body oils are famous for!), so when you find yourself in between hectic meetings or unruly email, simply roll up your sleeve and get a whiff.

Vacation, baby. It’s coming.

And this sweet beach scent is coming with me as I take a much-needed mental break (and down a few coconut-infused drinks on the beach).

Speaking of beach vibes: Shopbop, one of my favorite online retailers, is having a fabulous end-of-season sale. Shop now with code EOTS17 for 20-25% off!

What are your favorite summer scents that you’ll be stocking up on for winter? Have you tried Coconut Beach Body Oil? Tell me in the comments!

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    Thanks for sharing!

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