Giveaway: Pumpkin Scrub, Chai Body Butter from Wild Woozle

Wild Woozle, one of my very favorite skin care companies, is giving one very lucky A la Mama reader a delicious bundle of seasonally appropriate body treats!
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the Pumpkin Spice and Honey Sugar Butter Scrub

the Chai Bourbon Vanilla Body Butter


Lehua Honey Lip Care stick


To enter the contest, please leave a comment below. Please share your favorite “edible” skin care ingredient.

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159 thoughts on “Giveaway: Pumpkin Scrub, Chai Body Butter from Wild Woozle”

  1. These sound Dee-lish! Hmmm I have a TON of edible skin care that I love…to list a few: coconut, vanilla, chai, honey…:D

  2. Wow…hmm what are my favorite edible body care ingredients? I don’t know. These all look great. I keep thinking ‘chocolate’ or ‘cocoa butter’ but in reality I’d love anything!

  3. I love mixing up olive oil, sugar and a little lavender for a homemade body scrub… all edible and makes your skin incredibly soft.

  4. Oh, delicious! When I was pregnant I used to make a special bath by adding real milk, real honey, and lavendar flower in a sachet to the bath — yum! Now I like to use real ground coffee as a scrub. These look amazing! Mmmmm, pumpkin …

  5. These would be a delight to try! As far as a favorite “edible” ingredient goes, I’m a fan of cocoa butter. 🙂
    .-= Andrea´s last blog ..The Gift =-.

  6. My favorite edible skin care ingredient is vanilla bean. I like to take vanilla beans, scrape the seeds out and put them into a sugar scrub mixture. Great for exfoliating and eating.

  7. I love citrus scrubs!! I have one right now that is papaya/pineapple! It makes me feel super sexy to use a yummy smelling scrub! 🙂

  8. PUMPKIN! It’s packed with vit A & C, contains minerals like zinc & beta-carotene, and cancer fighting carotenoids like lutein and zeaxanthin…it stimulates skin circulation, promotes skin healing, restores skin’s elasticity, provides nourishment for skin , & also gives a youthful glow to dull skin…perfect any time of year..yay 😀 Not to mention, it makes a DELISH pie!

  9. MMmmm I hope I win, my skin is craving something delicious. 🙂

    I love using Coffee grounds on cellulite problem areas, and sugar with olive oil on my hands.

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