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Body Care On-The-Go With Jinsa Essentials! #Giveaway #TravelingDays

Welcome to the first installment of Traveling Days, an event where we will be showcasing some of the best gear and accessories for all your summer road trips, family vacations, and getaways!
One of my hardest decisions when preparing for a vacation or road trip is always, "What body care items should I bring with me?" I have dry skin, so a lotion is a must any time of year. Of course I like a body spray or perfume as well, and I like to have matching fragrances for the lotion, spray and body wash, because layering makes the scent last longer. One thing I've run into is needing more naturally fragranced skin care, because I have reacted to several body washes and lotions in the past. While looking for some travel body care kits to include in Traveling Days, I came across Jinsa Essentials, and they graciously offered to send me a travel set, as well as some extra items.

I received the Travel Size Set in Passionfruit Jasmine scent. This set includes an exfoliating bath and shower gel, waterless lotion, botanical light oil hair and body spray, and soft, silky smooth moisturizing oil. The passionfruit jasmine scent is amazing; very light, yet it lingers for hours. It has a decided hint of citrus blended in that makes it perfect for summer. The shower gel has tiny beads that exfoliate your skin, leaving it silky smooth indeed! Once you dry off, simply apply a small amount of the waterless lotion as needed, to lock in the moisture and fragrance. I also like using the oil spray on my arms (especially elbows and upper arms) for an extra boost of moisture. You'd think being an oil would make it slimy, but it doesn't at all! It absorbs very quickly, and turns your skin so soft.

The great thing about these Jinsa Essentials Travel Sets is that the lotion, spray and oil can all be used for your hair too! I haven't tried the lotion in mine yet, because honestly I haven't needed it. Normally after using shampoo and conditioner, I have to use a smoothing leave-in cream and a serum to keep my hair hydrated and de-frizzed. The past several mornings though, I've simply rubbed a dab of the oil between my hands, and finger-combed it through my hair. This is enough to keep my hair soft, shiny, and practically frizz-free throughout the rest of the day! Please note that when they say a little dab'll do ya, they really mean it! The first time I applied a little bit too much oil, and ended up having to wash my hair again-totally my fault. Since then I've kept it to a bare dab of oil, and that works perfect for even my long hair. I love the effect it has, not to mention how great my hair smells all day! I've been trying out all the scents (I mentioned they sent me a few extras, remember?!) and so far my favorite is the Passionfruit Jasmine, Olive Oil, and Pomegranate Seed. I love Jinsa Essentials!!

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Marti Tabora said…
I would love to try some of the natural bar soaps, especially the Olive Oil Natural Botanical Beauty bar. Thank you.
Connie Sowards said…
I'd like to try the Skin Renewal Amazing Face Serum.
andrea v said…
I would like to try the Hawafena & Shea Exfoliating Bath & Shower Gel
Karrie said…
rubynreba said…
I like the Passionfruit Jasmine 100% natural botanical waterless lotion.
Leela said…
Pomegranate Seed Botanical Light Oil Hair Spray.
Anonymous said…
I want to try the Honey and Shae Waterless Lotion. Patricia
Darlene said…
Unknown said…
I would love to try the Honey & Shea 100% Natural Botanical Waterless Lotion!
The Honey & Shea sounds amazing!!!

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