I have been using it up just bit by bit postponing the day of doom when it finishes.
I daresay this is one moisturiser that didn’t have me reaching for a natural oil to mix things up.
My skin loves moisture and I don’t deprive it of some. It especially loves locking moisture in.
Did you know that to take advantage of your skin care products you could do something like an ‘loc’ on your skin ?
I’m a sucker for nice smells you know, not on myself but in my environment.
The cream scent was a thousand wishes and I absolutely love it.
It’s not big on natural ingredients just shea butter, cocoa butter and then some plenty chemical looking names which I guess are harmful but one can never tell with these things.
As a formulator myself , the names don’t look too strange. Some are oil substituents but it’s kind of easy to understand why the organic brands are more expensive.
This cream does exactly what it has been marketed for and a little bit more. It’s pretty expensive by our conversions here. Cost about $6 but bath and body works always has some sort of promo going on which you mix and match items maybe for less.
They do have a whole lot of scents out in this range of shea butter cream and they all smell lovely. I didn’t buy the others but made sure to try them in store.
If you’re big on natural stuff then this is pretty harmful. If youre an all organic person then this isn’t your alley.
I don’t know about animal testing so I won’t say.
All in all, this is a pretty fabulous item to have on hand and using it made people ask me what perfume I was wearing even on the day I wore none.
Repurchase is certain and perhaps in same scents to layer on.
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