Eurydice Body Polish
Eurydice, our signature scent, begins with top notes of mandarin and lemongrass amplified by mid notes of bergamot and ginger steeped in a base of white tea and jasmine. Deeply aromatic, uplifting, and ethereal, this scent transforms any space into a soothing atmosphere.
Eurydice body polish is infused with natural essential oils, including bergamot, litsea cubeba, and ginger.
Top | Lemon, Mandarin
Middle | Ginger, Bergamot
Base | White Tea, Jasmine
Our handcrafted body polishes leave skin feeling nourished and moisturized.
Antioxidant-rich grapeseed and vitamin E oils leave skin feeling silky smooth, while mango butter, cocoa butter, and fractionated coconut oil all work together to moisturize and soften the skin.
Naturally derived BTMS-50 and Optiphen serve to keep our body polishes creamy and free from water-borne pathogens that might be introduced in your shower or bathtub.
Organic cane sugar ensures that our body polishes provide just the right amount of exfoliation without having to worry about micro-abrasions or razor burn that can accompany other larger granules like salt.
Store in a cool and dry place when not in use. Before closing, tip vessel to drain any water that has entered during use.
If settling or separation occurs, gently stir your body polish with a spoon to recombine.
Our body polish labels are curbside recyclable and are categorized under plastic category 4 LDPE, or low-density polyethylene.
Our body polish containers and lids are curbside recyclable and are categorized under plastic category 1 PET, or polyethylene terephlalate.
Orpheus and Lyre is committed to remaining plastic negative. This means that we calculate the plastic footprint of each product, and provide funding to plastic recovery and recycling initiatives equal to twice as much plastic as that product's unique footprint.
This funding creates and improves rural plastic infrastructure used for plastic collection, sorting, and recycling as well as the recovery and recycling of low-value plastic waste from nature, landfills, incineration plants, and our planet's oceans.