OSEA Malibu Review

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organic_undaria_body_polish_osea_1There are many skin products on the market made with dangerous chemicals and hazardous ingredients that can harm our bodies. That’s why we at Cliché are into the vegan, organic, and gluten-free skincare line OSEA Malibu. This brand, whose name stands for Ocean, Sun, Earth, and Atmosphere, uses certified organic ingredients in their products, such as Hemp Seed Oil, Lavender Oil, Lemon Balm Oil, and their #1 key ingredient: USDA Organic Algae. Check out my thoughts in this OSEA Malibu Review!

I’ve heard many positive comments on OSEA Malibu, and I, being all for relaxing bath and shower products that reduce stress and focus on tranquility, was very interested in trying their Undaria Body Polish. While taking a warm shower, I took a handful of the grainy body polish and massaged it into my legs and arms until the pumice grains diminished. I really like products that contain tiny grains because I like feeling the grains remove dead skin cells and detox my pores. The minty and refreshing scent of the body polish was invigorating; it instantly woke my mind and body.

The Undaria Body Polish is only one of the many brilliant products by OSEA Malibu. They produce an array of skin products ranging from moisturizers and serums to masks and exfoliators. With products specializing in anti aging, skin brightening, and rosacea calming solutions, OSEA Malibu takes pride in their organic and natural philosophy: their products are free of parabens, phthalates, gluten, sulfates, and synthetic fragrance. To learn more about OSEA Malibu check out Oseamalibu.com.

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