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Melvita Ultra-Nourishing Body Balm

At this time of the year I feel a body cream is the most vital. I know people swear by body lotions and thick lush creams in December but for me personally, I feel January is a time when I need it the most. It could be the festive period taking a toll on the skin or just the extreme cold in this month compared to Christmas time.

The one I've been digging a lot lately is this gem from Melvita that is good enough to eat. Not literally, but the soft, creamy texture and the scent of it is simply delicious. It doesn't harden up as much as typical body butters is what I like about it's formula. Having said that, it's neither too soft and mousse like, in fact just the perfect consistency.

It's whipped up so well that it immediately sinks into the skin upon application and leaves it soothed and comforted. I tend to get itchy arms and legs during cold days and after hair removal and this is something I religiously resort to. It contains a tonne of oils and butters as well as organic honey which I am sure is great for dry, dehydrated skin.

If regular off the shelf body lotions don't cut it for you and still leave skin taut and itchy, you need this one in your life. It contains ingredients that help restore skin to a silky smooth, velvety finish and also help with skin cell regeneration. A natural concoction, give it a try!


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Ooh, this sounds so lovely! I always buy way too many body lotions and butters, end up with a drawer full and have to liberally apply them all to justify any more buys ;) haha.

Catherine, xo // Lady Liquor Vintage

Steph said...

this sounds really good! I havnt found a body cream I truly like. Not even cocoa butter =(

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