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When you’re working long days and late nights, the last thing you have time for is to scrutinize your body wash. This botanical formula takes a luxe but frills-free approach to getting clean, combining plant-based soap and organic extracts for a moisturizing wash that’s safe for all skin types. Just pour, foam, and forget.
He did not like this at all really. He said it didn't really do anything special and he hates coconut.1
Smells great but has the consistency of water. Boo! I don't see why they can't make the stuff thicker since it costs so much.1
I don't mind coconut scents, but this one smells like sunscreen. I wouldn't hate that (especially in this cold winter), but this is the wateriest soap I've ever encountered. It just runs out of the bottle like someone used half of it and watered it down.1
For a product that's supposed to be simple enough to use, it's thinness didn't really lend itself to getting an all-over clean.1
This smells very strongly of coconut in the bottle, not so much after it has been applied and washed away. I'm not a big fan of coconut, so that was a down side for me.
The body wash was very runny, I expected something thicker. It went on easily and washed off easily.
I imagine this is what David Hasselhoff smelled of during his tenure on BayWatch.
It's very coconutty. Although it does smell good, it's just not for me. I only got two uses from the sample, as it has an overly runny consistency, and almost all of it poured out on the first go. I hope that for the sake of perceived value to cost ratio, the manufacturer puts a pump top onto the bottle. I wouldn't buy any body wash from them simply because I don't like how thin the formula is.
The label for the sample bottle was pretty unimaginative. I work in package design, and personally, package has no influence on me when it comes to influencing a purchase. If a product is something I like, I don't care how "pretty" it's package is. However, I do appreciate good packaging when I come across it. This seems like they went with the lamest design of all the ones presented.
So... While I'm not a fan of it. I'm sure some of you may be.
So, organic oils, awesome. Since it seems to pride itself on coconut oil, I'm assuming something creamy and emulsified, since coconut oil is solid at room temperature. Imagine my surprise when a fluid thinner than simple syrup comes wailing out of the sample bottle I unfortunately tipped much too far in my expectation of something viscous.
I've now got a handful of stale lavender and almost-rancid coconut smell. Sickly sweet, too much, and I'm trying to decide whether I keep showering, or just go back to bed and assume the day is a wash. I toughed it out, and it lathered up ok, but that just-off coconut scent lingered on my skin all day. I threw out the rest of the sample.
TL;DR - unfortunately thin consistency, smells like a grandma at the beach.
I really wanted this to work. The smell of coconut would be nice, however the combination of the three scents was odd. It smelled more like buttered popcorn and the shower smelled like it for three days afterwards. It sticks.1
I don't have much else to say about this product. I can enjoy coconut in my food, but I have a strong distaste for body washes and lotions and the like that smell of coconut.1
Great smell, but had to use LOTS of product in order to build up a lather.1