Nourishing, grounding body oil with a beautifully silky texture / 6.8 oz
de Mamiel Salvation Body Oil is one of our favorite ways to experience the magic of de Mamiel every day, no matter what time of year it might be.
Created in honor of the earth season — the fifth season in Traditional Chinese Medicine — Salvation is intended to be deeply grounding while also fortifying the skin and boosting its elasticity. Renowned skincare therapist Annee de Mamiel designed its formula “to ground us and to earth us, get us out of our mind and into our body so we can be calm and move forward without the adrenaline rush we often have propelling us.” (Learn more about its development in Dara's conversation with Annee on our blog.)
When you try it, you’ll first notice the incredibly silky texture: our tester and Guide, Kelly, noted, “It feels like rich luxury on skin, which you’d expect from de Mamiel. It applies easily, glides smoothly, and covers broad, sweeping areas with just one pump. Beautiful texture!” If you’re familiar with the other body oils we carry, this one is similar to MyHavtorn’s gorgeous body oil in weight, but with exceptional spreadability that makes it suitable for use year-round.
You’ll then notice the scent, which Annee describes as “incredibly uplifting but also solidifying and grounding at the same time.” Highlights include frankincense, bergamot, myrrh, and jasmine; as Kelly noted, “Woodsy vibes, with a hint of smokiness.” Year-round earthing.
And aside from the texture and scent, the formula features all kinds of goodies to boost skin’s elasticity over time: 14 different antioxidant-rich herbs that have been macerated in beautiful oils like camellia, argan, baobab, rosehip, and prickly pear over a long period of time, with different herbs added at different times specifically chosen for optimal extraction. And in this newly updated formula, green coffee oil adds some de-puffing power, making Salvation Body Oil the perfect partner to a dry-brushing routine.
Speaking of which, Annee created a dry brushing tutorial just for us; you’ll find it on our blog, and we adore it because it includes a summary of dry brushing’s benefits, supportive breath work, and detailed demonstration of optimal technique.
But Salvation will work its magic even if you don’t have time for a full dry brushing routine. As Annee put it, “The simple act of massaging Salvation Body Oil is a chance to revive ourselves whenever we feel run down,” which we think might just make it an essential in everyone’s wellness arsenal.
How to Use
- Fennel helps stimulate lymphatic flow and promote detoxification.
- Horsetail has regenerative, immune-boosting properties.
- Baobab oil helps promote elasticity, smoothness, and firmness.
Caprylic/capric triglyceride, Oryza sativa bran oil, Argania spinosa kernel oil, Camellia oleifera seed oil, Citrullus lanatus seed oil, Adansonia digitata seed oil, Opuntia ficus-indica seed oil, Rosa rubiginosa seed oil, Helianthus annuus seed oil, Oenothera biennis CO2 extract, Rosa canina CO2 extract, Althaea officinalis root extract, Rosmarinus officinalis leaf extract, Citrus bergamia peel oil, Santalum album wood oil, Cananga odorata flower oil, Citrus paradisi peel oil, Juniperus virginiana wood oil, Tocopherol, Boswellia sacra resin oil, Commiphora myrrha resin oil, Jasminum grandiflorum flower extract, Dalbergia sissoo wood oil, Coffea arabica seed oil, Ubiquinone, Glycyrrhiza glabra root extract, Centella asiatica leaf extract, Astragalus membranaceus root extract, Arnica montana flower extract, Althaea officinalis root extract, Symphytum officinale leaf extract, Achillea millefolium flower extract, Daucus carota sativa root extract, Sambucus nigra flower extract, Scutellaria baicalensis root extract, Equisetum arvense stem/leaf extract, Trifolium pratense flower extract, Urtica dioica leaf extract, Linalol˚, d-Limonene˚
Caprylic/capric triglyceride, Oryza sativa bran oil, Argania spinosa kernel oil, Camellia oleifer...