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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.
This is what you expect in a body butter thicker formula but soaks in really well. It smelt like a pomegranate frosting, a nice smell but not too strong. I think it's a great lotion to take on trips, especially if you are going to be in a new area where your skin might be really dry. It's a perfect precaution or quick fix.4
I wasn't a big fan of this product. Felt like my hands were oily afterwards and I thought it was a weird scent.2
I received the lavender sample and it is a very nice scent and kept my hands moisturized all day long. The sample sized bottle lasted me about 3 weeks and I can't wait for the full size to come in5
love this product. silk smooth, soaks right in. Love Love love the fragrance. Definitely recommend.5
Lavender smell was strange and hangs around forever. Lotion works ok, not amazing. I'm having a tough time just using the sample.2
Obsessed with this product, this is such a good brand, I love all of their products. This smells so good, and really moisturizes the skin.5
I loved this product. It made my skin incredibly soft without feeling greasy.5
Liked this. Smells nice. And was thick and creamy. Not super oily.3
This is the first body butter that is not thick and does not take forever for my skin to absorb, the smell is wonderful and leaves your skin so soft5
Loved the scent and thickness of this cream. I felt that it did a pretty good job moisturizing my skin but felt it was too thick for everyday/everywhere use. I would probably save it for the tough spots on my feet/elbows/hands, and more likely in winter than summer.4