Meow Meow Tweet's Body Oil: "Forget about lotion! Nurture your skin from head to toe with this gentle, moisturizing, and non-greasy oil blend. Scented only with essential oils, massage this luxurious blend of oils into your entire body, put a few drops in your bath, or work a little bit into the ends of your hair to tame and moisturize. Available in a Lavender Lemongrass, Geranium Frankincense and Sweet Orange Neroli." $22 for 112 ml or $10 for 30 ml.
They had me at ‘non-greasy’ (but it’s hard to believe that an oil blend can be totally non-greasy). And all three scents sound very tempting, although Sweet Orange Neroli would probably my first choice.
It is hard to believe — it’s sunflower seed oil, hemp seed oil, jojoba and coconut oil.
Yep, I checked the ingredient list and thought the same thing.
I do find that my jojoba oil seems to get absorbed quickly. Still, I would put this on at night after a shower, probably. It sounds yummy, anyway.
Sounds great! But the dangling modifier (“Scented only with essential oils…”) is driving me crazy — it sounds like you’re only allowed to work it into your skin once you’ve been properly blessed with essential oils — exactly the opposite of what they’re trying to say. ::grumps::
This is not helping my skepticism about whether body oil preparations can truly be non-greasy, I can tell you.
That sentence is not good. It’s early enough on Monday (only just starting my second cup of tea) that I did not even notice.
haha! One of my favorites (I see it a lot at work) goes something like this: “The receptionist found some keys in the bathroom if you lost yours.” But they weren’t found if you didn’t lose them, I guess…
Or maybe she found them elsewhere, if you happened to lose another’s keys? (Is the receptionist’s surname Schroedinger?)