Formulated with 6 natural ingredients to help improve the look of dark spots found anywhere on the body. The proprietary blend of botanical and essential oils acts as a natural exfoliant, brightens and softens skin while reducing the appearance of dark spots.
Jojoba Seed Oil
Helps soften skin while increasing hydration and smoothness.
Lemon Peel Oil
Acts as a natural exfoliant and helps brightens skin, while reducing the appearance of dark spots.
Tea Tree Oil
Fresh and revitalizing, helps calms skin and reduces redness after inflammation.
High in vitamin A & E; Grape seed Oil infuses skin and body hair with intense, soothing moisture.
Dark Spot Oil
Formulated to soften the appearance of Dark Spots & Hyperpigmentation
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"I am a huge fan of this oil, and it smells fantastic! Paired with the Bermuda Scrub, it effectively diminishes dark spots."- Jane B Shop Bermuda
Helping you get the results faster!
Add a few drops onto clean skin and massage gently until it begins to absorb. For best results, apply the oils within 2 minutes of showering or bathing.
Bikini line, underarms, legs, neck or anywhere else skin is experiencing dark spots, hyperpigmentation or discoloration.
For best results use the oils daily, within 2 minutes of showering, as this is when the skin is more absorbent.
To speed up the process of lightening dark spots and hyperpigmentation we recommend pairing your oil with our scrub and/or dry brush. This breaks down the melanin at a faster rate.
How to Recycle
Help us keep the earth a little cleaner. Follow these steps to appropriately recycle your empty Bushbalm skincare products.
Remove the pump and lid from the bottle. The lid can't be recycled due to it's components.
Rinse and clean the empty bottle. The container has to be clean and should have no remaining product left.
The bottle can now be recycled. Recycle the bottle, but dispose of the lid.
You did it!
Thanks for taking the time to recycle! At Bushbalm we know we aren't perfect, but are making strides to reduce our impact on the earth.