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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 is good for sensitive skin but it's really nothing special3
I didn't like the smell. The texture was a bit weird. I don't feel like it did much good for my hands. I wasn't impressed for the price tag of the lotion, the smell, and stuff.. it wasn't worth it to me. I didn't dislike it so much that I wouldn't use it. I just wouldn't spend much on it. It came in cheap packaging and when I got it, the product had exploded everywhere.3
I've only used this a couple times but it hasn't broken me out yet.
It's really helpful to my extremely dry patches [it's usually oily, but I've been traveling and the climate changes have been awful to my skin].
Not sure if I love it. I like the idea that it has glycolic acid in it, but beyond that I haven't found a reason to really love it.3
It's decent. But not completely sold on it. I really wouldn't spend that much money on a lotion ever. I think that's the biggest draw back for me is the price. Since I'm not allergic to things can't tell if that's a big deal or not.3
It was nice, but didn't feel anything special about this lotion, especially at the price. It's nice that it's multipurpose, but I don't exactly mind having separate body and facial lotion. Nice addition to my travel makeup bag, though.3
Great for my body, not too sure if I like it on my face too much, might need time to adjust to it3
it seems to do a great job on my body, but when used on my hands, my palms stay sticky for awhile. I'm not sure why it doesn't stay sticky elsewhere.3
I like the hypoallergenic aspect of the product, but I am still waiting to see definite results.3
It's very expensive for hand lotion. Maybe if I was older, I'd see the point in the whole exfoliating/rejuvinating thing. For now I'd rather get Korres of L'Occitane, if I'm splurging.3