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From no-calorie cupcakes to pinch-free stilettos, we admit that we’re prone to wishful thinking. Another item near the top of our if-only-it-were-real list: a truly non-greasy body lotion. Much to our surprise, this decadent organic body butter fits the bill. It contains a trio of antioxidant-rich moisturizers that nourishes skin and wards off sun damage.
The smell wasn't very good. The texture was ok. The packaging looks cheap as well. I think I saw a two pack of this for 10$ at Costco...1
I was excited for something almond scented from Whish, but this totally disappointed! The smell is so overpowering and just kind of nauseating. It's too bad considering the formula is nice!1
The scent did not agre with me - too strong. It seemed to have a good texture. Scent is so personal, so not really fair to give it bad review.1
Did not care for the scent, the lotion was super greasy too.1
I received the lavender sample and tried a very small amount on my hand, and the scent was way too strong for me, even though I used an extremely small amount. The lotion was fast absorbing. My low rating is due to the fact I couldn't use the product and had to give it to a friend.1
This body "butter" is super thin and doesn't last as long as I'd like.1
I opened my sample applied a small amount of the lotion to my hands and forearms and immidiately caught a whif of the god-forsaken smell of this stuff! I immidiately threw the sample out and washed it off. YUK! This heavy scent is old, musty, and gross.1
I hate getting lotion! I am SO picky with my lotion. SO igave this away.1
I liked the consistency of the product but the smell was so terrible I could not use it. Reminded me of the hair removal product "Nair" from back in the day.1
I really like the three wishes products that I have received from BB in my previous boxes. However, I couldn't stand the smell of this lotion. I was wearing it & felt like I couldn't escape it even after washing it off. My friends even commented that the smell was overpowering. Not something I would recommend.1