Besides the aromatic aspect of the lotion, Hibiscus has anti-bacterial properties where as Figs are known to provide nourishment to the skin alongside making it baby soft. The lotion also contains Shea Butter, Aloe Vera and Dead Sea Mineral extracts which are extremely conditioning, hydrating and repairing for the skin. I like how it's luxurious in texture and scent yet feels super light on application, absorbing almost instantly leaving a dewy glow on the skin as if you're just back from a holiday. Having said that, it doesn't leave a thick, heavy residue behind and is rather light and fluffy in consistency.
It dries to a silky smooth finish, like how skin would feel after a good wax session so no wonders it's called the 'Velvet' Body Lotion. The 400ml bottle is humongous and should last those lazy with body moisturising like myself a good six months. Considering how gigantic it is, I find £25 quite a reasonable amount to spend on it especially if you're a sucker for luxurious body creams that smell gorgeous.