Spa of the World™ Thai Makrut Lime Firming Oil

Citrus scentVegan

4.8/5
What does it do for you ?

Our new body oil is infused with zingy makrut lime, praised by Thai women for its stimulating and uplifting scent – ideal for re-awakening your senses. Discover a firming oil that’s quickly absorbed to nourish your skin, infused with marula oil sourced from Namibial. Use as part of our Spa of the World™ Firming Ritual.

  • Firming massage oil
  • Infused with nourishing marula oil and zingy makrut lime
  • 100% vegan
  • 85% agreed that skin looks and feels firmer (User trial on 107 week after 4 weeks)
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Spa of the World™ Thai Makrut Lime Firming Oil
$30.00

How to use

For smoother and firmer-looking skin, massage in circular motions focussing on the arms, abdomen, hips, buttocks and thighs until full absorbed.

8 Reviews


4.8 / 5
75% would recommend this to a friend

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Smell Refreshing and easy to absorb

Spa of the World™ Thai Makrut Lime Firming Oil

JustC
Skin Type: Sensitive
Age: 40 - 44
Time using product: 1 week
Posted date: March 2022
Country : Australia
Not sure if it really firms yet or not. But it's nice and refreshing. Massage your tummy to help to reduce bloating too.
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Fresh and light citrus perfume

Spa of the World™ Thai Makrut Lime Firming Oil

OllyP
Posted date: February 2022
Country : Australia
This body oil smells really refreshing and wonderful without being too strong
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Light & breezy

Spa of the World™ Thai Makrut Lime Firming Oil

kath_1967
Skin Type: Normal
Age: Over 45
Time using product: 1 month
Posted date: September 2021
Country : Australia
It is not a greasy oil, very light and absorbs quickly into the skin. you can mix it with essential oils for fragrance or apply it on its own.
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