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Palo Santo Outdoor Citronella Body Spray by Skeem Design

$29.95
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Description
Palo Santo and Citronella join forces in this delightful and functional body spray. The scent is complex with rich, musky, sweet, citrus notes mixed with mint and pine. Palo Santo is a sustainably cultivated wood from South America that has natural aromatic properties from the tree resin. This “Holy Wood” is believed to ward off bad energy, aid in healing, calm and cleanse the body and mind, and bring good fortune to those that use it. 

Formulated to be used outdoors, this spray will help you enjoy your outdoor entertaining and adventures. Citronella is a proven, all-natural, insect repellent made from the leaves and stems of the lemongrass plant. It repels insects by masking the smells biting insects are attracted to. Citronella oils are blended with fine fragrances to smell as good as they look. Made in USA with exclusive fragrance.

Check out the rest of Skeem's Palo Santo Citronella Collection: Incense and Candle

Size
8 oz

To Use
Shake and apply to bare skin before going outdoors. Reapply every 1-2 hours as needed. Avoid contact with eyes, not recommended for children under 3.

About Skeem Design
Skeem Design was founded in 2004 by husband-and-wife team Suji Meswani and Geoff Weiser. The name, Skeem, comes from the couple’s “scheme” to find a way out of the corporate grind in an effort to fully realize their creativity and entrepreneurial spirit. They created a lifestyle with a healthy work-life balance that allows them to spend more time in nature and traveling. This has proven to be a large source of inspiration for their boutique home fragrance range that features candles, perfumes, incense, and match bottles. Their mission has always been to create beautiful, useful products, eliminate excess packaging, and to produce as much of the line in the US as possible.