Seasoul Body Massage Candle Review

Hello Dears!

This time, the review is on a candle that is actually meant for your skin. Seasoul is a brand, known for its dead sea mineral based products. It offers a wide range of products to pamper ourselves with. It came up with this unique candle that melts down to oil. Lets read on to find out how much I love this product.

Seasoul Body Massage Candle

Seasoul Body Massage Candle

Price: 300INR for 50ml

Shelf Life: 2 years 

Ingredients

100% eco-friendly wax, shea butter, sweet almond oil, jojoba oil, sesame oil, Moroccan argan oil, wheat germ oil, evening primrose oil, hempseed oil, dead sea minerals and aromatic oils.

  • No Parabens & Sulfates
  • No phosphates & Formaldehyde
  • No Petrochemicals & Phthalates
Seasoul candle

Seasoul Body Massage Candle

How to Use

Light the candle for 4-5 mins. Using spatula pour the melted oil on the skin and continue massaging till the complete oil is absorbed.

candle lit

Seasoul Body Massage Candle

massage

Seasoul Body Massage Candle – Oil ready to use

My Take on Seasoul Body Massage Candle

I loved the whole idea of a candle melting into oil, that is ready for massage. This feels so pure and I am going gaga over the wonderful aroma of the oil. I use it occasionally, before bath, because I just can’t stand oil on my skin without washing it off. It gets absorbed after massaging for a good 5 minutes. I can say that, my skin felt softer and shinier after using this. It helped me relax with the sweet aroma that lingers even after washing it off. After using it, I left the candle to cool down and stored it again.

Pros

  1. Easy to use
  2. Can be re-used after cooling down the candle
  3. Hydrates the skin well
  4. Lovely aroma that lasts for sometime
  5. Relaxes the body
  6. Absorbs after massaging
  7. Value for money

Cons

  1. It was written on the pack that, it comes with a spatula, though I never saw one!
  2. Not for lazy-heads 😉

Overall, a unique product for a beauty enthusiast to own! 🙂

4 Comments

  1. flawedfabhappy January 18, 2016
    • Ragini January 18, 2016
  2. Colin February 4, 2016
    • Ragini February 5, 2016
  3. Anonymous August 17, 2017