The velvety brûlée texture may be reminiscent of a splurge-worthy dessert, but there’s plenty of substance in there, too. The hero ingredient of this decadent balm is date nut seed oil, which once anointed Egyptian royalty as a nourishing and protective oil. Extracted from the dattier du desert tree that grows in harsh climates and unforgiving desert soils, date nut seed oil is robust by nature. Loli’s is sourced from a union of women’s groups in West Africa. Also loaded with softening olive oil and rejuvenating tamanu oil, Date Nut Brûlée melts into skin, delivering fatty acids, vitamins and minerals for a gorgeous glow and soft suppleness. You can even use it as a texturizing and conditioning paste for the ends of your hair. It’s 100-percent vegan-friendly, too: the balmy texture comes courtesy of sunflower wax.
To cleanse, warm a pea-sized amount between your fingers and massage it into dry or damp skin in circular motions. Avoid getting it directly in your eyes. Gently wipe off with a warm, wet washcloth. Or, use it to erase rough patches by smoothing this skin-saving salve over any dry spots (like lips, cuticles, cracked heels, and more). Even better: pat a LOLI mix-in water (such as the Chamomile Lavender water or Blue Cornflower Water) into your face first, then seal in all that moisture by applying the brûlée on top. Works wonders as a moisturizing balm for lips, nails, and body, too.
Date Nut Brûlée Inci: Balanites Aegyptiaca (Desert Date) Kernel Oil(**), Olea Europaea (Olive) Fruit Oil(**), Calophyllum Inophyllum (Tamanu) Seed Oil(*), Helianthus Annuus (Sunflower) Seed Wax (*) Organic (**) Organic, Food Grade
(*) organic (**) organic, food grade
LOLI was born to stir up the beauty industry. Instead of creating products which are a blend of water, preservatives, and synthetics, LOLI seeks to restore our connection to nature. Their products start with the purest, most potent, food-grade ingredients, hand-selected and responsibly sourced.