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With everything we’ve heard about the potentially harmful toxins lurking in our products, it's a relief to find a brand that is completely worry-proof. Not only does 100% Pure use—you guessed it—exclusively natural and organic ingredients, but they also engineer their formulas to be even more effective than conventional products. This hydrating body lotion will turn even the pickiest skeptic into a card-carrying believer.
This lotion was fine, however I live in the desert and this didn't cut it for me. I had to use a heavy cream later that afternoon so my skin didn't dry out. The smell was nice, it did stay all day and unfortunately I couldn't wear perfume with it.1
This product was too greasy for me. it smelled really good...until i put it on my skin. i samples the green apple.2
This product has a lovely texture, but the smell was too strong for me.1
I unfortunately couldn't really try this one out all the way since I absolutely cannot stand green apple scent. Smells like little kids body splash to me.1
Great moisturizer and smells incredible! Will Buy!4
The coconut scent is wonderful and I love the feel of the lotion. It's not greasy, and rubs in easily and quickly.5
This was a nice lotion, just nothing special. It was just ok.2
I really do not like coconut, so this lotion is not for me. I liked the consistency of the lotion and how it felt on my skin, but could not stand the smell!1
This was okay. It smelled like coconut, yes - but my coworker & I both thought that it also smelled like slightly stale popcorn. It was definitely hydrating/nourishing, but it didn't absorb very quickly, so left greasy smudges everywhere. For someone who spends much of her day at a desk, having to use an alcohol pad to clean oily smears off of a keyboard is definitely not worth it.3
This lotion hydrates, but I hate the smell of fruity lotions. Would try another scent, but not the green apple again.2