Ruth Paul Skin Gold Shimmer Face and Body Oil Now Available on Amazon

Ruth Paul Skin, the premium skincare brand, has just launched a new shimmer body oil now available on Amazon.

August 17, 2018 —

Launching another product in its line of amazing oils “Gold Shimmer Glow, Full Body Dry Oil”, doubles up as a face and body shimmering moisturizer. Body shimmer is definitely the hottest beauty accessory around today. Hollywood celebrities, supermodels and beauty influencers around the world are sporting glittering, shimmery skin.

With Ruth Paul Skin’s latest product, customers now get the chance to wear an everyday subtle sparkle in a blend of all natural oils: coconut, argan, jojoba and sweet almond, so it’s moisturizing and healthy for the skin at the same time. This shimmer body oil is also enriched with grapefruit and sweet orange essential oils, high in Vitamin C, for use on face and body, making it soft and moisturized and can also be used on hair. By using essential oils and not fragrances (as many body oils and shimmers do) it smells amazing, is mood uplifting as well as providing all the wonderful benefits.

According to Jane Hayton, spokesperson at Ruth Paul Skin, “Shimmer oils and lotions can be made without using the best ingredients and shimmers. We use only the finest oils and eco-friendly glitter. We have the integrity of handcrafting all our products in small batches in the USA, so we ensure there is no compromise. We love to provide the best quality products for our customers.”

Gold Shimmer Glow Full Body Dry Oil can be used as a facial oil applied straight onto skin or used with a few drops mixed in with foundation. It’s a face and body highlighter or primer and is very moisturizing. It absorbs quickly and is non-greasy, and with its easy dropper applicator in a full 4oz bottle, there is no concern with too much coming out or it spraying everywhere and being wasted.

In addition to being able to wear a light sparkly shimmer another benefit of Ruth Paul Skin’s body shimmer oil is that it only contains eco-friendly cosmetic glitter, not made of plastics or metals so one doesn’t have to be concerned with what’s being applied to one’s skin or about harming the environment, animals or oceans.

It lasts all day and it’s easy to remove by just washing it off. “Gold Shimmer Glow, Full Body Dry Oil” can be worn anywhere, anytime, at work, at play, at the beach, parties or just hanging out. Perfect for wearing with shorts or that little black dress. It’s a body make up with beautiful subtle shimmers for a moisturized nourishing sparkle and shine. For other colors of shimmer in aloe vera gel check out Ruth Paul Skin’s line of body glitter.

To learn more about Ruth Paul Skin and its range of products, visit their official website here – https://ruthpaulskin.com/.

Contact Info:

Name: Jane Hayton

Email: info@ruthpaulskin.com

Phone: 727 222 3089

Organization: Ruth Paul Skin

Contact Info:
Name: Jane Hayton
Email: nfo@ruthpaulskin.com
Phone: 727 222 3089
Organization: Ruth Paul Skin

Release ID: 394618

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