[unpaid/sample/affiliate/ad] I keep getting caught out with the ‘looks a bit boring’ thing and putting products like this one to the back of the queue in favour of more exciting things. Yet again, my mistake. I just made assumptions based on packaging and have missed a treat.
Much to my surprise, the cream contains a tiny tot of mica so that your freshly moisturised skin looks a little more gleamy than it might ordinarily. Initial feel on the skin is very silky – an immediate velvetising effect – and it lasts the day, more or less. Although it’s cited for dry skin, you don’t need to read that as very dry – I don’t think I know anyone who doesn’t think their body skin isn’t a bit on the dry side so its really for everyone and anyone. At £15.50 HERE, non affiliate HERE and with rosehip and manuka honey as key ingredients, it feels an upgrade from your day to day body moisturiser but my goodness, it needs a make-over! If you look apologetic, people will take you for exactly that – I kept this around for weeks before I even tried it which doesn’t bode well for it being picked off the shelf. I’ve looked back and when they introduced their Everything Balm in 2014 it came in a beautiful pot alive with colourful flowers which I was instantly drawn to. The cream does have a fragrance, but for the life of me I can’t work out what it is – kind of soapy and clean.
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