This is supposed to be a shimmering body lotion and yet I’m using this mostly in the night. I guess I will only start to use it in the day once I’m done with my L’Occitane Cherry Blossom Shimmering Lotion. But I don’t think it matter so much because I bought it to enjoy the radiance benefits, not so much for the shimmering effects.
Despite the unexciting name, this is a very refreshing fragrance which is actually a new and better element to their Green Tea Scent.
While the fragrance features an infusion of lychee, passion fruit, Mexican dragon fruit, green tea, Chinese Magnolia, sea moss and tropical blackberries, this isn’t your typical ultra fruity sweet fragrance. It’s a lot lighter, yet very uplifting. A scent that is good for the soul I would say.
I love shower gel that revitalizes. So when I was given the travel size L’Occitane Aromachologie Revitalizing Shower Gel to try, I was hooked. It really stimulates the senses with its combination of mint, pine and rosemary essential oils. Fantastic for the early morning shower!
I love the fact that it foams very well, leaves the skin clean and yet is not drying. In fact, I think it has some moisturizing properties even.
I really have to remind myself to stop purchasing body creams, especially those that state upfront that they’re ultra rich. But I just never seem to learn. Even with an almost brand new container of Oliver Body Butter from The Body Shop left on my shelf, I ventured to purchase a 200ml jar of L’Occitane Ultra Rich Body Cream at S$69. Why?