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Saturday, February 15, 2014

New L'Occitane Ultra Soft Cream Fragrances

New L'Occitane Ultra Soft Cream Fragrances

Newly launched today if I am not wrong is three new scents of the already iconic L'Occitane Ultra Soft Cream. If you struggle to find motivation to apply a body moisturiser of any type (I know I do) this may be the collection for you.


New L'Occitane Ultra Soft Cream Fragrances

The L'Occitane Ultra Soft Cream has been created to nourish and protect the skin and contains a healthy dollop of shea butter (10%to be exact). This moisturising cream has a thick texture that instantly hydrates the skin yet feels light on the skin and is quickly absorbed due to its melting texture. L'Occitane Ultra Soft Cream cream is made with shea butter from Burkina Faso, harvested in a sustainable and fair trade partnership with the women who produce it. I see L'Occitane Ultra Soft Cream as a do all, use everywhere type of moisturiser - okay I wouldn't use it on my face but I do slather it everywhere else. Due to the percentage of shea butter it makes a great after sun as well as being intensive enough to use on the hands and the feet.

New L'Occitane Ultra Soft Cream Fragrances

As mentioned there is three new fragrances: Rose Heart - a light dusky rose scent that will please any floral or rose fan, Vanilla Bouquet - a rich creamy addition and Zesty Lime - an invigorating fresh citrus scent that will be wonderful come the warmer weather. All three are light, pleasant scents that don't overwhelm, if you are looking for a do it all body moisturiser I would say this is a good place to start.

The L'Occitane Ultra Soft Creams can be bought individually and as a trio via L'Occitane - link

- This post contains press samples.
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