Eminence Debuts a New Bodycare Line For At-Home Use

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Craving that nourishing spa feeling but from the comfort of your home? Eminence Organic Skincare’s new collection, Stone Crop Body Collection, advances self care to give consumers an at-home spa experience by promoting full-body healing as the products help reduce stress while soothing and contouring the skin. 

The launch is an extension of their popular Stone Crop line as it harnesses the hydrating and healing powers of the stonecrop succulent. The plant, commonly found in the desert, is known to thrive in the hottest and driest weather conditions by retaining moisture from the limited water it receives. 

The natural, organic and biodynamic skincare brand includes a body scrub, body cream, and body oil in the new launch, completing a full bodycare routine. The first step of the routine is to use the Stone Crop Revitalizing Body Scrub, a creamy foam made of the succulent, turmeric, and lemon peel, which polishes skin with raw sugar and energizes it with rock salt. 

Next, the routine calls for the Stone Crop Contouring Body Cream which tones, tightens, and helps reduce the appearance of cellulite with a blend of coffee and microalgae, while the stonecrop, shea butter, and jojoba oil hydrate and nourish the skin. 

Lastly, the hydrating Stone Crop Body Oil finishes the protocol. The lightweight formula made of stonecrop, arnica, rosehip oil, and Indian gooseberry absorbs quickly into the skin for a matte, satin finish that soothes the skin and muscles. The oil is ideal for massages and hand or foot treatments. 

For a full spa experience, the collection also includes a professionals’ only Stone Crop Restorative Body Wrap.  The gel body treatment encourages all-over skin rejuvenation and hydration and to increase circulation with powerful detoxifying actives such as stonecrop, aloe, horsetail, caffeine, and horse chestnut.

 

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