Hawaii Mom Blog: bodycology Velvet Plum Moisturizing Body Cream Review




July 28, 2015

bodycology Velvet Plum Moisturizing Body Cream Review

Disclosure: Complimentary product was received for review purposes.
About bodycology Velvet Plum Moisturizing Body Cream (SRP $3.99)
The lush blend of violet leaf, plum blossom and sweet jasmine petals is as smooth as velvet. Smooth bodycology Velvet Plum Moisturizing Body Cream over skin, giving special care to dry or rough areas to enjoy long-lasting hydration. Formulated with a rich butter complex containing shea, cocoa and jojoba butters, this luxurious cream penetrates skin to leave it feeling soft for hours. Beneficial Ingredients: Shea, cocoa and jojoba butters, vitamin E and aloe vera.

I was fortunate to receive a sample of bodycology Velvet Plum Moisturizing Body Cream.

Normally I use a fragrance-free body cream because past experience with scented body creams often resulted in headaches from the scent being too overpowering.

However, I really enjoyed the fruity and floral scent, especially since it wasn't too strong.

The rich Body Cream went on easily, and a little went a long way.

I've been using the cream primarily on my hands and legs, and my skin really does feel soft and smooth every time I use it, and I love that the scent lingers throughout the day. 
The bodycology Velvet Plum line also offers a Moisturizing Body Wash (SRP $3.99) and Fragrance Mist (SRP $3.99).

bodycology can be found at Walmart or Target.

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