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This silky lotion is the rare all-in-one product that meets our highest standards. The natural formula is free of all the most common skin allergens — 76 of them, to be exact — as well artificial fragrances, dyes, parabens, or preservatives. On the flip side, it’s packed with gentle exfoliators and antioxidants that leave skin incredibly soft from head to toe. Note: Your other body lotions may experience intense jealousy.
It was nothing special. Just like any other lotion. It said exfoliating on the packaging and was misleading.2
This wasn't that nice of a moisturizer. The smell wasn't nice at all either but the plus side is that it is hypoallergenic.2
It's not for me. Leaves an icky feeling on my face, but I feel like the idea of the product is great.2
I have bad eczema on my hands and this cream burned when I put it on where my skin has small cracks due to dryness.2
Not impressed with this lotion at all. Nothing really special about it, felt very basic.2
It's okay. Unfortunately, I didn't find it very moisturizing. I'll just be using it as a lotion to leave in my purse. thanks2
It's amazing that this lotion can be free of so much of the bad stuff while managing to pack in so much good stuff. The only reason I won't be buying this is because I'm more of a basic body lotion user. I'd be afraid I would go to put this on after shaving and then cry from all the stinging because I forgot what was in it. I'll use this as my travel-size anti-aging cream for my face.2
There are so many lotions out there that feel the same and are nothing special. THis lostion on the other hand I was shocked to not like. It was too sticky for me. After it was on my skin for a little it became less sticky, but the initial aplication turned me off.2
It took a lot of lotion to cover my face and body. Afterwards I felt sticky.2
This lotion definitely did the job, absorbs nice and exfoliates like it says. Only problem is it has a strange scent to me, almost medicine like. I still use it when needed though.