I know I’m not alone in my coconut obsession – it’s one of the happiest scents in the world to me. I can very clearly remember sitting on a beach when my children were very little and a man with a cool box would come along every afternoon with sliced fruits and coconuts for sale. For some reason, he’d shout, “coconutty, pineapply, melony” as he went along in a kind of sing song way and my children both picked this up and joined in. They remember it just as clearly as I do and it’s one of my favourite family memories ever; just all of us being hot and happy in the sun eating coconut and melon by the slice. Funny how a body lotion can throw up all kinds of memories and testament to the olfactory senses being so powerful. So, obviously, I’m going to love Yes To Coconuts Ultra Light Body Lotion, which really is ultra light in consistency, but it’s also very moisturising at the same time.
A few weeks ago, I did a post about Jason Smoothing Coconut range, which was so timely as I’d just come back from a few days at the beach and that’s about the only time I truly need any body moisturiser. So, I’d still highly recommend that for heavy duty moisturising with that gorgeous waft of tropical, but Yes To Coconuts Ultra Light Body Lotion is the perfect compromise for when you don’t need a big dose of moisturiser, but more day to day. It’s a kind of oil/cream hybrid.Yes To Coconuts Ultra Light Body Lotion
The one thing I’m going to flag up – not that it’s a complaint, really, it could just be me being exceptionally thick – is the nozzle. It looks like the spray comes from the right, when in fact, it comes from the left. Something to bear in mind if you’re staring it right in the face and squeezing!Yes To Coconuts Ultra Light Body Lotion
All in all, Yes To Coconuts Ultra Light Body Lotion is lush, lovely, light – and if you want a blast of happy, it’s right HERE. £12 very well spent.
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