This has the most soothing scent I have ever smelled!! You can really smell the cocoa butter coming through as soon as you apply this to the skin and it just smells divine! The scent lingers for hours as the butter gently works to hydrate and replenish the skin.
Body Oil: Palmer’s Skin Therapy Oil c/o
Bursting with active ingredients to help restore the skin and treat troublesome scars, stretch marks, uneven skin tone and aging skin with ultra nourishing ingredients such as Cocoa butter and Cetesomate-E complex. This lotion can be applied all over the body including the face and instantly dries into my skin! Funny thing is my face/hair is slightly oily but when it comes to my skin it’s very dry so I never have a problem with lotions/creams being to greasy on my skin.
I don’t suffer from much stretch marks or aging skin so I can’t really comment on these benefits, but I do have dry skin and scaring to the face! I mainly use this lotion on my body as opposed to my face and find it very soothing, hydrating and it leaves my skin super soft and smelling lovely, just like chocolate! 😉 I think this could also come in great as a massage oil as it does dry quick but it has the perfect consistency to stay warm and oily if you prefer to massage it into the skin, as the heat from your hands will keep the oil active to spread more evenly over the skin for deeper penetration.
Another thing I love about this oil is the easy applicator that you press down, to then get enough product to cover the area your working on! You don’t need much product for full results and it definitely goes a long way. You can also use this as a bath oil in warm water as a deep moisturising treatment, I have yet to do this and think it will work just as good as applying neat on the skin! Normally I use pure lavender essential oil in the bath for the aroma and relaxing properties to heal aching muscles, but adding this alongside your oils/bath soaks will add extra moisture without much of a scent, making it perfect to mix in with other products.
What’s your thoughts on this? Have you tried it?