Moisturize With Natura’s Ekos Maracujá Skincare Line

I can’t get enough of fragrant products that actually help my skin. So I was very pleased when I got to try Natura’s delectable Maracujá oil line and found myself relying on the products to keep my skin silky smooth, and healthy, especially in these drying winter months.

What’s the deal with Maracujá oil, you may ask? Well, it comes from passionfruit from the Brazilian forest, and it contains omega 6 and other hydrating ingredients for maximum moisture. Natura sources their Maracujá seeds ethically from nearly 1000 local families in the Amazon in order to stimulate economic growth in those communities.

Ekos Maracujá Soothing Body Lotion

This body lotion has kept my dryness at bay better and longer than any body lotion I’ve used before. And it smells just delightful, without coming across as too overpowering. If I could wear it as a perfume, I would. I apply it to my skin liberally, both morning and night, for reliable hydration that lasts.

Order your Ekos Maracujá Soothing Body Lotion online here for $25.

Ekos Maracujá Triple Phase Shower Oil

I’ve never used a shower oil before, but this one just hits differently. I shake before use, before massaging into wet skin in the shower. After I use it, I feel like I have just pampered myself at the spa.

Order your Ekos Maracujá Triple Phase Shower Oil online here for $27.

Ekos Maracujá Hand Cream

As if typical winter dryness wasn’t bad enough, my hands, in particular, have been begging for some TLC, what with the extra hand washing and hand sanitizer applications. This hand cream is just the trick. I apply it to my hands in the morning and at night for non-greasy coverage 24/7.

Order your online here for $11.

Gemma Lolos

Social Media Manager + Staff Writer

Gemma Lolos is a fiercely proud native New Yorker who is devoted to the arts in all its many forms. She loves to sing and listen to music, read great literature, experience inspiring theatre and film, and stream addictive television. She works full-time as a Marketing professional in New York City and does freelance writing on the side. In her free time, Gemma tries to immerse herself in the New York arts scene as much as possible, eat great food, and travel whenever she is able.