L’Occitane Ultra Light Body Cream

When I was ill in the summer I stopped taking my supplements – I’m a huge fan of supplements and I will go back to them but I just wanted to temporarily stop taking everything. When I started taking Imedeen (which I have taken for several years now) the first thing I noticed was that my shins stopped being dry. Well, guess what the first thing that came back when I stopped taking them was? Yep – dry shins! So body lotions and creams at the moment are more of a necessity than choice and I’m quite enjoying using them. In particular, the whippy version of L’Occitane Shea Butter that really does feel mousse textured and fluffy.

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The other newness from L’Occitane is the Shea Shower Oil (£19) HERE. It’s not dissimilar to the Almond Shower Oil that everyone loves in terms of leaving skin silky soft so it’s good option if you don’t want to do a full body balm or cream application in the morning – you can kill two birds with one stone with an in-shower moisturise.

The scent of both is very clean smell with just a hint of sweetness. I’m most keen on the body cream for being so smooth and lightweight on the skin and its bouncy texture. Although it’s a ‘light’ version, it is more than adequate for me but it is £32 which I think is very expensive for a body cream, but it’s HERE if you like the sound of it.

Oh, and their advent calendar has launched HERE (£49 with a £87 value) – if you even have an inkling that it’s the one you want you should get it straight away because these do (and will) sell out very quickly. Personally, I think the L’Occitane calendars are amongst the very best. And it’s free delivery.

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