COCONUT MANGO Body Wash: “Caribbean Escape”
AND JUST IN TIME FOR HOLIDAY! CULTURS GLOBAL BATH AND BODY TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO INSPIRED ISLAND COLLECTION, COCONUT AND MANGO LIMITED EDITION
ALL NATURAL, SMALL BATCH, HAND-CRAFTED
While the islands of Trinidad and Tobago inspire our COCONUT MANGO Body Wash, you also can rest assured “Caribbean Escape” products are all natural, hand crafted in small batches in the foothills of Northern Colorado.
- long-burning soy candles
- organic white tea with coconut, mango and hibiscus
- emollient body lotion
- decadent moisturizing body souffle
- exfoliating sugar scrub
- effervescent bath fizzies
- detoxifying bath salts
- cleansing body washes
GLOBAL BATH AND BODY COLLECTION – COCONUT MANGO Body Wash: “Caribbean Escape”
Culturs Global Bath and body brings the beauty, the wonder and splendor of the globe to your doorstep. Transport yourself to beautiful locales with a simple inhale as you luxuriate in the feeling of love spread across your skin. Transform. Relax. We lovingly make each product by hand with nature’s finest ingredients. Made in a small batch to ensure quality.
ESCAPE TO THE CARIBBEAN WITH CARIBBEAN COCONUT MANGO Body Wash: “Caribbean Escape”
So, Caribbean Escape expertly imparts the feeling of lounging on fine sandy beaches, drinking cool coconut water from the half shell while wiping juicy mango droplets from your fingers. It’s an amazing respite from wherever you are. Transport yourself with essential self care that soothes mind, body and soul.
GOOD FOR YOU, GOOD FOR THE PLANET
With products like COCONUT MANGO Body Wash: “Caribbean Escape,” we’ve committed to health, sustainability and nature, and as such, the line is free of parabens, chemical preservatives, and mineral oils. Our liquid soaps are free from sulfates or foaming boosters and we do not use any form of alcohol in our lotions or crémes. We do not test our products on animals.
YOUR PURCHASE GIVES TO OTHERS
Committed to giving back, Culturs Global Bath and body supports charitable causes worldwide, including: Africa Yoga Project in Kenya, Africa; Random Acts of Theatre Company’s commitment to end racism in Selma, Alabama, US.; The Women’s Yarn Project in Guatemala, Central America; Kis Foundation against Sickle Cell Anemia in Hollywood, and Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority Inc.’s Omega Nu Chapter college scholarship fundraiser and more.
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