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Belli Facial Scrub and Body Lotion for Summer Skincare

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Belli Facial Scrub and Body Lotion for Summer Skincare

Dead skin cells, dehydration, sunburn. Those are some summer adjectives for your skin. After cold winters comes heat and then you add in some UV rays and we have dry skin that needs some tender loving care. One of the best things you can do for the largest organ of your body is exfoliate and follow up with a hydrating lotion. The scrubbing with an exfoliator removes dead and tired skin cells preparing it to “drink up” the moisturizer you put on after.

We feed ourselves and bathe ourselves so we need to to take care of our total body all year long. Helping your skin get rid of the cells it is trying to shed and giving it some moisture like with Belli Facial Scrub and Body Lotion for summer skincare is a great way to keep your skin healthy.

I like using products that do not contain artificial dyes or fragrances and that do not include phthalates, parabens or preservatives. Those just are not necessary. I like a fragrance but from natural sources and I like it to last with healthier oils. Belli products use ingredients like lemon oil, green tea, peppermint oil, chamomile and more similar oils and natural additives. It makes skin products like these best for pregnant or nursing Moms and those with sensitive skin. Here is a dynamic duo I would recommend this season below.

Belli All Day Moisture Body Lotion

A cream that deeply moisturizes and contains lemon oil, chamomile and vitamin E. Use all over from face to legs.

Belli Fresh Start Pre-Treatment Scrub

An invigorating scrub that contains green tea, ginseng and peppermint oil. Use on body 2-3 times a week. I keep this in the shower and ready to use.

Visit Belli and find safe skincare products that will meet your summer skincare needs or for all year round.

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