If a Caribbean getaway eludes you, then let the Caribbean come to you by way of Caribbean skin care line, Calypso Glow. Consider Calypso Glow a great beach time basic because it contains the purest of ingredients to treat dry, aged, and damaged skin. the kind of skin you want to see on the beach. #WeSeeYouJessicaAlba
Calypso Glow is a hand-crafted line of skin care and body care products made with 100% organic ingredients to help deeply nourish your skin so you reveal a health glow, naturally.
Two body care products to try the Calypso Glow Enriching Body Bar in Mango and Papaya and the Calypso Glow Mango Balancing Body Oil.
The Calypso Glow Enriching Body Bar features real mango and papaya extracts in a base of coconut oil to nourish and brighten skin and its grounded papaya seeds to help exfoliate skin. This body bar is great for all skin types and can be used all over your entire body. The Calypso Glow Mango Balancing Body Oil has a coconut oil base, with a hint of vanilla infused with organic tropical scent, and is a wonderful complementary product with the enriching body bar. It leave your skin feeling hydrated and luminous.
Why You’ll Love It
As a long-time user of Johnson’s Baby Oil, I wondered how the Enhancing Body Oil I received would compare. Whoa is what I thought from my first time I used it. It has a comfortable thickness to it, which leads you to believe that it will actually deeply moisturize your skin…it does. To be honest, I’m more a baby scent girl when it comes to my body oils, but I did enjoy taking a fragrance risk in this instance. While, I haven’t had a chance to use the Mango & Papaya Body Bar yet, I’m excited to see what will my skin feel like after I use it in the shower. What I appreciated seeing is the “Eco Clear Certified Compostable Bag” label the body bar was packaged in, which goes to this brand’s commitment to keeping the earth beautiful. You get a thumbs up Calypso Glow.
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