Sensual and enchanting as a walk in a Caribbean tropical forest, with earthy hints of nutmeg, clove, and rosewood.
Crucian Spice was originally intended to be my itiba signature fragrance. This one was created after my husband passed. But, as things do, it changed. The name changed as well from itiba to Crucian Spice. I wanted something that was reflective of St. Croix but yet universal to the entire Caribbean as well.
Turmeric is one of nature’s greatest anti-inflammatory agent. Turmeric also has great anti-microbial and antioxidant properties. Turmeric also helps with acne and scarring (which is enhanced when you use our body butter). Turmeric also helps balance out uneven skin tone.
Clove helps in reducing the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles in the skin. Clove is also a very powerful anti-aging product. Clove also helps in treating acne due to its anti-microbial properties.
Nutmeg helps to reduce pigmentation and helps even out discoloration on your face and skin. Nutmeg helps to treat oily skin and acts as a natural toner. Nutmeg is also both antimicrobial and anti-inflammatory.
These are just a few of the reasons why CRUCIAN SPICE comes with a “dermatologist recommendation for its therapeutic properties” . Try the warm, soothing and relaxing all essential oil blend for your skincare needs! Crucian Spice is also a vegan skincare line.
With a fragrance that evokes a Caribbean tropical forest, this all-natural smoothing cornmeal blend polish gently exfoliates and conditions for healthy, radiant skin.
The earthy, sensual scent envelops you like a walk in a tropical Caribbean forest, soothes and smoothes dry skin.
Lightweight nourishing serum leaves skin soft and silky, while it’s lightly spicy scent revitalizes the senses. Use on hair for a luminous shine.
Deeply penetrating butter to soften and soothe skin and hair, with sensual, earthy scent notes as embracing as a tropical forest.
Made from a rich blend of exotic spices and essences that cleanse and caress the skin, with a sultry, sensual scent of a tropical forest