VLine’s Intentional Skincare Ingredients

Our skin protects and houses our entire being. Our skin shows up for us the way a good friend would too. We take care of our protectors, and our skin care regimen should reflect that. When it comes to intentional skin care ingredients, choose products that reflect your core values, nourish your body and are an accessible means of working with a business that has your best interest in mind.

Coco Rose Moisturizer

Moisturizers are everything. They nourish, encourage skin cell rejuvenation and keep ingrown hairs at bay. Like most people, you’ve probably been through the gamut looking for a moisturizer that gets the job done, exceeds expectations and is aligned with your needs. Our Coco rose moisturizer is the holy grail product you’ve been sleeping on.

Organic, cold-pressed, virgin coconut oil

One of the main ingredients in the Coco Rose moisturizer is organic, cold pressed, virgin coconut oil. This means that this coconut oil has not been bleached in an attempt to brighten its natural color, scent and benefits. 

coco rose moisturizer

Containing fatty acids that aim to reduce dry skin, this moisturizer goes to town retaining water, plumping your skin and creating that supple, glowing look. Collagen stimulation is essential, and this moisturizer is chock-full of collagen producing ingredients. The Coco rose moisturizer keeps chafing to a minimum by offering a layer between your skin and the clothing you wear. Getting in those cracks and crevices up the booty, over the vagina and down the thighs keeps irritation to a minimum.

Rosehip Oil

Enter Rosehip oil. Famous for its anti-inflammatory and skin regeneration properties, Rosehip oil has been utilized to ward off ingrown hairs and address scarring. Packed with antifungal and antibacterial properties, it’s fast absorption ability scares dry skin away without leaving a greasy feel or texture. It’s also a natural retinol that helps with lightening and brightening your skin!

Ground Rosebuds

There are 1 billion things that rosebuds can offer. One of the most versatile flowers, when rose buds are ground up, they have antioxidant properties and can double as an astringent, antiseptic and anti-inflammatory agent. Ground rosebuds are an organic form of salicylic acid; it’s a great ingredient for those struggling with acne and bacteria.

Cacao Almond Scrub

Scrubs are a staple in the exfoliation world, and for good reason. They’re versatile, quick in the shower and give our bodies the feeling of being a whole new canvas. The cacao almond scrub combines an earthiness that leaves you satiated and refreshed, leaving to be desired since it covers all the bases. The cacao almond scrub combines 300 compounds of minerals, amino acids, photon nutrients and vitamins. It contains zinc, known for alleviating stressors on the skin and stimulates blood flow through microcirculation.

Organic cacao powder

Cacao powder is rich in antioxidants, making it a divine anti-inflammatory agent that smooths blemishes and revitalizes the skin's complexion. It’s an excellent ingredient for those who suffer from rosacea or redness throughout the body.

Organic almond meal

Next up is organic almond meal. These finely milled almonds contribute to gentle exfoliation and are safe for every skin type. Because of how soft and soothing this exfoliant is, it can be used daily.

Organic raw coconut oil

Filled to the brim with antimicrobial and antioxidant properties, coconut oil can improve oral health, skin health and more. With healthy fats and plenty of nutrients, raw coconut oil can contribute to healthy skin cell turnover and the proper dose of fatty acids.

Pina Colada Scrub

Is there anything more delicious than a tropical paradise? Bringing the scents and sounds of summer love to your shower is an act of self care all on its own.

Organic cane sugarskincare ingredients

If you’re scrubbing with sugar, it better be organic cane. Packed with Alpha Hydroxy Acids like glycolic acid, organic cane sugar is a must have for ditching the dead skin and dull skin tone.

Shredded coconut

Let’s keep it real and acknowledge that coconut mixes well with everything. It’s the perfect complement to all things tropical and delicious. The shredded coconut in the piña colada scrub is a gentle exfoliant that errs on the side of nourishment rather than aggressive exfoliation.

Turmeric powder

If the last decade has taught us anything, it’s that turmeric is an absolute staple. Whether you’re taking supplements, using turmeric-based products or getting ready to incorporate it into your daily regimen, a shower scrub packed with turmeric can address hyperpigmentation, uneven skin tone and even contribute to the reduction of scars.

Tea tree oil, pineapple oil, coconut oil

The holy Trinity of oils bind together in the scrub to bring you to a state of reinvigoration. When combined, tea tree oil, pineapple oil and coconut oil are a triforce of tantalizing aroma, incredible for your skin and hard to give up.

Seasonal Products

Shifting scents and flavors are the reason for the season. 

Actually, maybe it’s the other way around. Regardless, we’re here to tell you that there’s no rules when it comes to utilizing your favorite scrubs. Stocking up while your favorite product is back on the shelves means using your guilty pleasure scrub throughout the year.

Peppermint Candy Cane Scrub

Who doesn’t love a little candy cane action? The Peppermint Candy Cane Scrub is the perfect pick me up, wake me up, lather me up shower product. With gentle jojoba beads and glycolic acid to coax out some collagen production, this scrub utilizes organic, cold-pressed coconut oil and peppermint essential oil to clear up those nasal passages.

PSL Booty Scrub

And you saved the best for last. A little something for the basic bitch within us all: the Basic Bitch PSL booty scrub is a major key when it comes to exfoliation. Organic coffee is the secret foundation to this heavenly smelling, beautifully textured booty scrub.

We’re ready when you are. Check out our favorite scrubs on our website.

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