Lavender Rain


Rich in natural extracts and oils, the formula allows you to enjoy a unique fragrance whether you’re taking a quick shower in the morning or an evening long, relaxing bath. Our body wash gently cleanses and cares for the skin, leaving it smooth, pleasantly moisturised and elastic.

Key ingredients: lavender extract, black blackberry extract, lavender oil, aloe vera leaf juice

Benefits: comfortable cleansing, moisturising, relaxing and soothing.

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Body Wash (Lavender Rain)

The unique formula of Lavender Rain™ body wash gel is based on three effective ingredients: lavender and blackberry fruit flower extract and aloe vera leaf juice, which is known for its mild effects and soothing properties. Thanks to the addition of lavender essential oil, you will turn your daily care into a natural homemade aromatherapy.

Lavender Rain

Lavender Rain™ Body Wash:

  • Contains 95% ingredients of natural origin.
  • For you, him, and her.
  • Suitable for all skin types, including sensitive & dry skin.
  • High-quality formula intensively cares for the natural skin cleansing & moisturizing.
  • 100% vegan certified by the International Vegan Society and Viva for Vegetarians and Vegans.
  • 100% cruelty free by Peta International.
  • Balanced pH for your skin (5,1-5,3).
  • It has a delicate, sweet, floral smell.
  • Tested and approved by a dermatologist.


Aqua, Ammonium Lauryl Sulfate, Coco Glucoside, Glycerin, Lauryl Glucoside, Coca-midopropyl Betaine, Glyceryl Oleate, Betaine, Parfum, Lavandula Angustifolia Flower Ex-tract, Rubus Villosus Fruit Extract, Aloe Barbadensis Leaf Juice, Allantoin, Lavandula Angustifolia Flower Oil, Glyceryl Caprylate/Caprate, Sodium Sheabutteramphoacetate, Heptyl Glucoside, Hydrogenated Palm Glycerides Citrate, Tocopherol, Citric Acid, Te-trasodium Glutamate Diacetate, Sodium Benzoate, Potassium Sorbate, Benzoic Acid, Linalool, Sodium Chloride.

Opinions of people who have used the of Lavender Rain™:

  • 90% said that the product gives the skin a feeling of moisturization and nourishment.
  • 100% said that that product cleans the skin, leaves it soft and smooth.
  • 100% said that that product is suitable for sensitive skin and soothes the skin.
  • 100% loved the smell.
  • 85% would recommend it to their family and friends.
Lavender Rain

How to use

Apply a small amount of of Lavender RainTM to moistened body skin or sponge. Massage for a while, then rinse with warm water. The rich formula also works great as a bath liquid. Add a little cosmetic to the bath with warm water and immerse yourself in a luxurious, refreshing bath.

Product of Poland

By choosing You&You products, you support the local market and care about the environment.

*Made in Poland

The energy used to make our body gel comes from renewable energy sources. Thus, we support activities aimed at wider use of renewable energy sources.

Large capacity (400ml) helps reduce carbon footprint.

We use PET bottles. In cooperation with the Polish Packaging Recovery Organization Rekopol S.A., we care about waste recycling.


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A healthy skin pH is typically between 5.1 to 5.9, with some studies even indicating that healthy skin is often slightly more acidic (below 5). Certain products with higher pH levels can cause dehydration, irritation, and alter bacterial flora.

Skin has a mutualistic symbiotic relationship with its microflora: the human skin provides the right biotope for the resident flora, while the resident flora in turn strengthens human’s defence by prevention of the colonisation of harmful bacteria as well as playing a role in the acidification of the skin

Skin pH < 5.0 shows statistically significant less scaling and higher hydration levels than subjects with skin pH > 5.0. Natural healthy human skin surface pH is on aver- age 4.7, lower than currently assumed (pH 5.4– 5.9).

Skin with pH < 5.0 is in better condition than skin with pH > 5.0, Growth of S. epidermidis, under in-vitro acidic pH conditions (pH 4.7) and in the presence of lactate, is enhanced when compared with neutral pH, whereas growth of S. aureus is strongly inhibited under these acidic conditions. An acid pH seems to preserve the resident bacterial flora, whereas an alkaline pH causes dispersal from the skin.

H. Lambers, S. P. (2006, July). Natural skin surface pH is on average below 5, which is beneficial for its resident flora . International Journal of Cosmetic Science,(28), 359–370 ct balanced PH of (5,1-5,3)

  • Lavandula angustifolia P. Miller (= Lavandula officinalis Chaix ex Kitt.), commonly known as lavender or aspic, belongs to the Labiatae (Lamiaceae) family. It is an aromatic, perennial subshrub, which grows to a height of 50-80 cm.
  • The leaves are entire, opposite, linear to narrowly lanceolate, 1-3 mm wide, 20-50 mm long. The inflorescences are of the verticillate type, with the flowers arranged in relatively loose, 2-8 cm long, spikes.
  • There is a bract at the base of every inflorescence; smaller scarious bracteoles may be present. The inflorescence peduncle is 10-30 cm long, usually unbranched, with only one or two pairs of leaves.
  • Lavender is native to the European Mediterranean area, Middle East and India. It was introduced into almost all the other continents. It grows wild in poor, clayish though well-drained soils, in chalky grasslands of low mountain areas, etc. It is extensively used as an ornamental plant for gardens and cultivated especially in Spain, the French region of Provence, England, Greece, the Dalmatian coast, the north of Africa and the south of the United States.

Antimicrobial activity

  • Different research studies have confirmed the antimicrobial properties of essential oils, especially on antibiotic-resistant bacteria, such as Staphylococcus aureus, which resists methicillin, or Enterococcus faecium, which resists vancomycin.
  • The antimicrobial activity of essential oils is attributed to their main chemical components: citral (aldehyde), geraniol (primary alcohol), eugenol (phenol), menthol (secondary alcohol) and cinnamic aldehyde (aldehyde).
  • angustifolia essential oil has been found to fight a number of bacteria and fungi species. The antifungal actions of L. angustifolia essential oil have been demonstrated with different fungi species.
  • Lavender essential oil showed antibacterial activity in cultures of Acinetobacter calcoaceticus, Staphylococcus aureus and Streptococcus pyogenes.

Antioxidant activity

  • This activity is due to the rosmarinic acid and vitamin E content of lavender oil.
  • Reduces the formation of lipoperoxides in the skin. The cell membrane is rich in highly unsaturated phospholipids. The oxidation of these phospholipids, due to endogenous as well as exogenous factors, produces lipoperoxides which destabilise the cell membrane and produce skin ageing.
  • Free radical scavenger action: protects the cells against free radicals, released by the lipoperoxides and involved in skin ageing.

Anti-inflammatory activity

  • Lavender oil has been attributed the property of relieving the symptoms of some skin pathologies such as psoriasis, dermatitis and eczema. It has been suggested that topic applications of lavender oil might inhibit some steps of the allergic reaction.

Antispasmodic activity

  • Lavender showed antispasmodic activity on animal smooth muscle of the intestine (ileum) and the uterus walls. It is believed that such smooth muscle relaxing action contributes to induce a relaxed state in humans.
  • Studies carried out on lavender action mechanism revealed that the antispasmodic activity was not mediated by adrenergic or cholinergic receptors, nor resulted from an action on calcium or potassium channels.
  • It is believed that lavender acts by increasing intracellular cAMP levels. It is still not known if such cAMP increase is related to the activity of receptors. It is also not clear if the relaxing effects observed in humans are the outcome of an action on the central nervous system (through the olfactory and the limbic systems) or a peripheral action. Lavender effects on the smooth muscles result in a vasodilator effect, which could be the origin of the hypotensive effects of this plant.
  • Therefore, lavender oil is highly recommendable to formulate cosmetic products with relaxing effects.

  • Cavanagh HM, & Wilkinson JM. (2002, JUNE 2002 Jun;16(4):301-8. doi: ). Biological activities of lavender essential oil. Phytother Res ., 16(4), 301-8.
  • D, H., & JC, C. (2002, SEPTEMBER ). Two US practitioners’ experience of using essential oils for wound care. J Wound Care, 11(8), 317-20.