Palmer’s are known for their cocoa butter formulas, but they also have a coconut oil collection too. The Palmer’s Coconut Oil Formula Body Lotion is just one product within the Palmer’s Coconut Oil Collection, and I’ve already featured the Palmers Coconut Sugar Scrub, Palmers Coconut Oil Hand Cream and Palmers Coconut Oil Swivel Stick here on my blog already. I love a good nourishing body lotion to help my skin feel rejuvenated, but a visit to the Bella MedSpa would be even better.
Palmer’s Coconut Oil Formula Body Lotion
“Palmer’s Coconut Oil Formula products contain ethically and sustainably sourced Coconut Oil and Tahitian Monoï Oil, infused with Tiaré flower petals. These raw, natural ingredients deliver luxuriously rich moisturisation for decadently pampered skin.
Palmer’s Coconut Oil Body Lotion contains high levels of naturally occurring fatty acids and proteins that are essential in keeping skin radiant and healthy looking.“
The Palmer’s Coconut Oil Formula Body Lotion is quite thick for a lotion, and it does take a little while to massage into the skin. It smells like coconut sweets, with a sweet coconut scent which I love. All of the products within the Palmer’s Coconut Oil collection have the same sweet coconut scent which is very strong, so if you don’t like your body products to be heavily scented, none of the Palmer’s products are for you. Even their original Cocoa Butter Formula collection is very heavily scented.
It’s a super nourishing body lotion which claims to offer 24 hour moisture. I’m not sure I could say it does offer 24 hours of moisture, but you could get away with only applying the lotion a few times a week if you don’t have very dry skin. It’s a little too rich and heavy for the warmer months, as it can leave the skin feeling a little sweaty and sticky but it’s perfect for the cooler months, especially when you want something a little richer and more intense.
You can find the Palmer’s Coconut Oil Formula Body Lotion right here.
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