3rd Ritual Sun Body Cream

$32.00

A vibrant blend of plant-based ingredients, including eucalyptus, mint leaf, and ginger, provide topical feedback and stimulate alertness. Consider it antidotal support for sore muscles, mid-afternoon fatigue, or sinus congestion.

Sun is an invigorating, herbaceous body gel carried by aloe vera and mango seed butter that creates a cool-to-warm sensation by increasing blood flow to the surface of the skin. Sun acts as an aromatherapeutic highlighter, drawing awareness to the areas where it’s applied.

Top Notes: Eucalyptus & Tangerine
Middle Notes: Lemongrass & Mint Leaf
Base Notes: Rosemary & Ginger

Rituals:
Palm Inhalation
Surya Namaskar
Self-massage

8 in stock

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June 4, 2021: After careful review of the latest CDC guidance and thoughtful reflection on the impact of the mask mandate changes, Healing Elements will no longer mandate the use of face coverings for employees or customers who are fully vaccinated against COVID-19. We will require that unvaccinated employees and customers continue the safety precaution of wearing a facial covering.

Studio Procedures:

  • Employees are asked to stay home if they exhibit any symptoms of COVID-19 including cough, fever, shortness of breath or if they have been exposed to someone who has tested positive for COVID-19
  • We have installed no-touch trash cans and soap dispensers and HEPA filter air purifiers
  • We have installed a germ guard between front desk and clients
  • We have downsized our community lounge area to encourage 6. ft of space between people
  • Hand sanitizer is widely available
  • Gloves available upon request
  • All surfaces will be routinely washed and cleaned with sanitizing antiviral disinfectants every hour and between clients

Client Protocols:

  • Complete pre-appointment screening/waiver prior to entering the studio
  • Please wait to enter the studio until no sooner than 5 minutes before your scheduled appointment time
  • Clients will be required to wash hands upon entering and before leaving the treatment room