Singing Flower Body products are made with pure natural ingredients. We produce our lotions and soaps by hand with care.
We use only ingredients produced by plants. Plant ingredients have been used for centuries to nourish skin and enhance beauty.
Our fragrances are created using pure essential oils and flower absolutes. They are based on aromatherapy to inspire and
elevate personal emotions. Putting on our lavender lotion in the evening prepares you for a relaxing night’s sleep. A dash of
peppermint lotion in the morning is an invigorating way to start the new day.
You can be assured that as the floral ingredients mix with your deep tissues, they will rejuvenate your face and body at the same time as they delight your senses.
Love your body with our pure natural ingredients
No Artificial Fragrances
No Artificial Colors
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This lovely little summer package includes our Nighttime Facial Moisturizer, Summer Sensation Skin Toner/cologne, the little No-Itch Roll-on and the large sized Blood Orange Lotion.
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