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Aphrodite Refreshing Body Wash 8.5 fl. oz.

Aphrodite Refreshing Body Wash 8.5 fl. oz.

Regular price $7.00 USD
Regular price $10.00 USD Sale price $7.00 USD
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Everyone knows love is the best thing in the world… and so is this body wash. Made with natural ingredients, a blend of fresh citrus, earthy herbs and plant extracts, this body wash will leave your skin soft and moisturized with its luxurious lather.

    • Cocoa butter is high in fatty acids that help to hydrate skin.
    • Canola oil is high in vitamin K that may help form a barrier on the skin to keep moisture from escaping.*

Smells like: citrus, earthy

Notes of: orange, rose, and patchouli

Made by a manufacturer exempt from Florida’s cosmetic manufacturing permit requirements.
*This statement has not been evaluated by the FDA. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any condition.

How to use

Using a washcloth, loofah, or your hands, apply a quarter sized amount of body wash to your body. Use circular motions to gently massage and exfoliate skin. Rinse thoroughly with warm water and pat dry.

For external use only. Discontinue use if irritation occurs.

Best if used within 12 months.


Aqua (water), olea europaea (olive) fruit oil, canola oil, coconut nucifera (coconut) oil, *ricinus communis (castor) seed oil, theobroma cacao (cocoa) seed butter, glycerin, sodium chloride (salt), sucrose (sugar), phenoxyethanol (and) propanediol (and) propylene carbonate (and) caprylhydroxamic acid (and) o-cymen-5-ol (preservative), fragrance



Orders are usually shipped in 2-3 business days after the date of purchase using USPS Priority shipping.

Return policy

Unfortunately due to the nature of the products, items cannot be returned. However, if you receive a damaged or defective item, please email us at with your order number for assistance. Please retain all original packaging and contents. 

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Did you know?

The word “aphrodisiac” comes from Aphrodite. Her name derives from “aphros,” the Greek word for foam, and relates to her oddly graphic origin story.

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