Rinse Bath & Body Co. – Blue Hawaiian Skin Stick

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Review by: Dawn

I first discovered Rinse Bath & Body Co. at a tiny little display they set up at Epcot’s Food and Wine Festival at Walt Disney World. I fell in love with their products, and anxiously awaited their return to the annual event.

Founded in Georgia in 2003, Rinse Bath & Body Co. has graduated to full-time product placement at Walt Disney World, and I have become even more fond of their products with the increased convenience of purchase. The Blue Hawaiian Skin Stick is one of my favorite Rinse items, and easily one of the most valued “must-haves” in my health and beauty collection.

Rinse’s Skin Sticks come in a variety of ‘flavors’. Blue Hawaiian is my favorite because of the subtle but invigorating beachy scent. Skin Sticks are safely portable, solid lotions resembling an over-sized lip balm. Keep them in your pocket or purse for easy access, with no fears of spillage.

I don’t have particularly dry skin, so I am not fully able to disclose the therapeutic offerings of Skin Sticks for damaged areas, but I can say that I’m more than satisfied with the product for my ‘normal’ skin type.

Made with Cocoa & Shea Butters along with Apricot Kernel, Refined Sweet Almond & Avocado Oils (all wonderful moisturizers), Beeswax & Soy Wax (to help keep it all together) scented with Fragrance Oils. ~ RinseSoap.com

Skin Sticks are roll-ons… perfect for use anywhere from knuckles to knees. Although I’m not seeking extra moisturizing, long term, regular use does promote softer skin. I tend to use my Skin Stick on my hands, arms and neck. It is non-greasy and it rubs in easily, so I apply it a couple of times daily for a refreshing effect. It’s cooling and soothing, but I may be fair in attributing some of this rejuvenation to that alluring breezy aroma.

Rinse’s Skin Sticks are hand-poured, 99% natural and gluten-free. A .5 oz. twist-up tube costs $8.00, and can be purchased here.




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