Body lotions are effective. But body butter and oils are the best for really dry skin.
I started using body butter to treat my dry legs. And it works magic. But it’s not so magical when you are trying to put on clothing in my morning and your clothing is sticking to you. In the summer time is just as gross. You feel like you’re being marinated for a BBQ. Pardon me while I gag. I could always use your standard light lotion. But it’s almost like putting one drop of oil on a sponge. Doesn’t do me any good. That’s where the dry oil spray from Acure came in handy.
I decided to take a chance when shopping for nick nacks. And I am so happy I did.
A B O U T T H I S P R O D U C T
- Retails for $12.99
- 2 0z
- 3 fl. oz.
Is this worth your dollar? Yes. I can’t say that enough.
I wouldn’t go nuts spraying too much on. It’s not necessary and would need you to spend an extra moment rubbing the unnecessary amount into the skin. But even then, you hardly feel it underneath your clothing.And your skin feels amazing through the day. Not to mention you can use it on your hair too. The oils within it work well for basically every area of your body. Unless you’re like me and you break out from coconut oil. I have to say that it doesn’t have a rosy scent that I had expected. It’s like the Dr. Bronners where the citrus ingredient tends to take over the rose aspect of it. But it isn’t anything I would consider to be the downside of this product.
Let me know if you use this and enjoy it. If not, plan on giving it a go?
Dehydration is a thing. Even if your skin is on the oily side, it’s going to be an issue. I have normal/sensitive skin that has the dehydration to deal with. Using these three products to treat the dehydration has helped to eliminate it faster.
Pacifica Vital Immersion Face Mask: After exfoliating my skin, I leave this on for a very long period of time. I would say close to two hours. Sounds crazy. But I find the longer I leave it on, the more effective it is. It feels like a lotion with medium thickness. I don’t use this on a scheduled day of the week. But I feel using it when my skin is in need of it and leaving it on for the long length of time makes a heap of difference.
- Contains shea butter, avocado and red rice.
Sunday Riley Blue Moon Cleansing Balm: I already did an entire blog post dedicated to this product. But I mostly reserve it for makeup removal. But lately, I am starting to notice the benefits of using it to cleanse my skin at nights. Even without me wearing makeup in the day. The rich texture with the ever so slight texture of grit feels soft and buttery on my face and turns into a really nourishing milky cleanser. It’s on the pricey side. But if you can get your hands on it, I think it would be worth it.
- Contains several ingredients to soothe redness like german chamomile and blue tansy
Vichy Aqualia Thermal Serum: I don’t use this product every single night. Again, I use this in the week I treat my skin for dehydration. I use any moisturiser top go on top of it. Whether it is a light or a thick heavy one. I feel like the milky texture both skins into the skin and sits on top of it. It feels like it’s a magnet to moisturiser and amplifying the nourishment of what I put on top.
- Contains Hyaluronic Acids