I am feeling much better, and thank you for all your sweet comments and advice on how to get healthy! :)
To get back into the swing of things here on my blog, I thought I'd start with the last of my L'Bri products (so I can move on to other products I have to review). :D
L'Bri Daily Moisturizing Hand & Body Lotion
This complete treatment for hands and body heals, protects, and repairs. Over 40 ingredients work to form a protective shield that reduces moisture loss. Quickly absorbed and never greasy, this lotion helps to heal cracked, peeling, and sensitive skin.
2oz. $5.50, 8oz. $13.25, 16oz. $26.25
This daily moisturizing lotion has been formulated with an abundant supply of vitamins, natural botanicals, and Alpha Hydroxy Acids which work together to promote moisture retention and elasticity to help ward off dryness and wrinkling. Absorbs quickly without leaving an oily residue. Will soothe, nourish, and protect your skin for maximum softness. Use after bath, tanning, sun and wind exposure - anytime your skin thirsts for moisture.
Directions: Apply daily over entire body to condition and hydrate skin. Works well on problem areas like elbows and feet.
I think the descriptions above accurately describe everything this lotion does. It's delicate on the skin, very light - not greasy. I know it's technically a "hand and body" lotion, but I also used a small amount on my face and neck when I ran out of face cream, and it worked pretty well. I wouldn't use it as a permanent face cream, but it's good with dry spots. And it's all-natural so I didn't break out. :)
The bad thing about it is the size and price. If you intend to use it for your whole body daily, it won't really last you long. And as with the body wash, the price is definitely higher than more well-known brands that offer sizes way bigger than these for lower prices.
It's a good lotion, and I wish it was a little more affordable because I have to admit, if I didn't get it from a generous giveaway, I probably won't even think about buying it.
Have you tried this lotion? Is this something you might want to try?