This fragrant oil is inspired by Polynesian spa rituals. It can be used as a body moisturiser, massage oil, bath oil or hair conditioner.
• Scent of gardenia and coconut
How to use:
For use as a moisturiser, massage into skin. For massage, pour into palms and apply in smooth, firm strokes. For bathing, pour into a bath and stir to disperse the oil. To condition hair, apply to the ends, leave for a few minutes or overnight, then wash with shampoo.
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Price: Rs. 935
My Experience with The Body Shop Polynesia Monoi Miracle Oil
This is miracle oil and can be used as body oil, massage oil, bah oil or for hair conditioner but personally I’m using this as bath oil and for hair conditioner. It comes in a sturdy plastic bottle with the top having small hole and the texture of the oil is light and has floral jasmine smell. As bath oil, I pour 2-3 drops in the Luke warm water and massage it on my body before bath and it leaves my skin super soft. This is multi-functional oil and works great in every field. As a hair oil also it works well I just massage this oil to treat my dry ends and leave it overnight and then rinse off next morning, it makes my hair manageable and splits-end at bay. I’m quite liking this product a little goes a long way. You can mix it up with makeup to give a shine and smooth touch to your legs and hands especially for any great occasions.
Pros of The Body Shop Polynesia Monoi Miracle Oil
• Multi functional oil.
• Less split-end.
• Multi-functional oil
• No mineral oil, all natural.
• Makes skin soft and smooth.
Cons of The Body Shop Polynesia Monoi Miracle Oil
• Some of you may not like the fragrance.
IMBB Rating: 4/5