The First Beauty Product from Nature’s Ultra: Beauty Boost
If you haven’t heard, the newest CBD product from Young Living and Nature’s Ultra just launched last weekend as part of Young Living’s Holiday Launch. Let me tell you, it’s been hard to keep this quiet and I’m so excited to get to talk about it finally. A lot of planning and hard work went into this product to get it dialed in, but I think we have a real winner with Beauty Boost. A goal of mine is to provide the best products possible and expanding the Nature’s Ultra product line with more quality CBD does just that.
But I’m sure you’re wondering about Beauty Boost and why you should try it out, so let me explain.
What is Beauty Boost?
Beauty Boost is made from a CBD isolate, much like Nature’s Ultra’s other CBD oils. Then we added rose essential oil, tamanu oil, and grapeseed oil. All this combined offers a calming, soothing, and moisturizing formula sure to enhance anyone’s skincare routine. My team has been testing it for months and have really enjoyed the results. Fun fact: each dropper of Beauty Boost contains the essential oils from one full Damask rose!
Beauty Boost Use
Using Beauty Boost is pretty simple. Simply add 1-2 droppers to your hand and then apply it to your face, neck, check, or anywhere you feel needs moisturized. I’d also recommend shaking the bottle before using and combining it with Young Living beauty products for best results.
Why Choose Beauty Boost?
Beauty Boost not only helps with moisturizing the skin, but it helps reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles. It also helps make your skin feel ultra smooth and boosts your skin’s natural glow. And because it’s a Nature’s Ultra product from Young Living it contains 0.0% THC and meets the Seed to Seal quality standard. To top it all off, it has an amazing floral aroma!
I know you’ll enjoy Beauty Boost as much as I have, but if you want to learn more about Nature’s Ultra’s newest product you can click here.
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