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Traditional healers of Indonesia weren’t messing around when they pinpointed candlenut oil as a cure for severely dry skin. The centuries-old balm is rich in fatty acids, which makes it a great natural hydrator and all-around skin smoother. Its velvety formula, inspired by venerable Balinese recipes, penetrates deep into dry, rough skin for instant, non-greasy softness that lasts and lasts.
I can't leave the house without any form of lotion on my skin. I don't like this at all. Tried it once and immediately wash my hands. It felt so greasy1
This was very greasy and did not soak into my skin at all.
After my first application I washed it off and threw the rest away.
was excited when i pulled it out box it was a tiny sample it didnt smell to good either i used it one time thats all it had for my knees hands elbows which are alligator skin dry not enough of a sample to say if it was good or not bleh!!1
I was not a fan of the scent of this product, and while it had a nice texture, the moisture it provided didn't last very long.1
Hated the smell. Consistency was ok but could not get over the odor1
I am allergic to most body creams. I hate when I get it in my box cause I can never use it.1
I have way too much lotion. please send more hair and skin care products, I prefer more skin care and hair products in my future boxes.1
This smells so awful gross, why would you ever send this to someone1
I did not like this sample at all. The lotion was not very hydrating and the floral smell was completely overpowering. For one thing I did not like the scent, and for another, as someone who is scent allergic and gets migraines from floral scented products this was a really bad lotion.1
This did not moisturize my hands at all. I tried it a few times at night before bed, and then during work. It did absorb, well, and was non-greasy. It also smells like bubbles.1