27
Jun

Basq Sets The Gold Standard With Their Resilient Body Oil – Perfect For Pregnancy!

During all three of my pregnancies, I alternated between belly butters and oils as each one delivers in a completely different way. Once you get farther along, oil is your best bet because I find it helps your skin stretch much more easily. Since being introduced to the brand a couple of months ago, basq’s Resilient Body Oil has very quickly become my all-time favorite body oil.

Using rich nut oils and high quality natural skin toners this oil absorbs deeply, nourishing and rejuvenating from the inside oil. There is no film left on your skin as it absorbs directly into your pores. The incredibly rich Hazelnut oil is used as a base with Rosehip, Grapeseed, Sweet Almond and Sunflower added in for nourishing and toning properties.

If you like roses, you will adore the scent as the formula is infused with refreshing essential oils that relax and rejuvenate.

As with all basq products, the Resilient Body Oil is tested for ZERO Skin Allergy and irritancy and is completely free of Parabens and Phlthlates. I have particularly sensitive skin and have been using this oil every single day with no issues what so ever. Now I can understand why magazines and publications such as Pregnancy, W, OK!, Pregnancy and Newborn and many others have been raving about it. It has officially taken permanent placement in my beauty cupboard and will stay there far long after my pregnancy!

Priced at $38.00 a bottle, this is definitely a splurge but one that I will gladly indulge in. After finishing my first bottle, I had to place an online order for a second :).

*Thank you to basq for sending us a sample for review.*

A mom to two girls and a baby boy, a writer and the publisher of Child Mode. As a lover of style and fashion, Nadia found her ‘niche’ and love of children’s clothing while searching for quality items for her family.

   

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