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Anyone who’s ever had a hazy night at a Japanese restaurant knows all about the power of sake. This fragrant lotion harnesses the scent of that Far East libation, as well as a host of other plant extracts, to smooth and soften skin without leaving behind any greasy residue. Feel free to use liberally—without fear of a groggy morning after.
I don't use a daily moisturizer, but on the occasions where I need some lotion onb dry skin, this fits the bill.1
I would never buy a product with hydrogenated oils in it. I won't eat them, so why would I put them on my skin!1
My Boyfriend really liked this product the size was nice.1
I don't have dry skin, so I tend not to use body moisturizers (hands and face are different). It's got a very pleasant scent and absorbs quickly. But it's hard to say how good this is for dry skin.1
This stuff stinks, expensive sunscreen and feels cheap.1
$40 for a bottle of this is crazy -- I wouldn't even spend $10. This lotion is no different than the small bottles you receive at any hotel chain in your bathroom.1
This lotion works fine - not much different than nivia/ eucerine level of quality. I am really not a fan of the smell - it is really fragrant.1
the packaging reminds me of Axe commercials and the smells just seem to not be up to par. I wouldnt buy this kind of stuff to be honest.1
The fragrance was a bit too floral for me. And the lack of SPF makes it only marginally useful for a body lotion.1
Don't think there was anything really wrong with the product, I just really didn't like the smell.1