First things first, I adore this Argan Oil Body Butter. I have tried quite a few products from All Naturals Cosmetics, and I think this is neck-in-neck with their shampoo and conditioner. The smell is great, it does a wonderful job hydrating my skin, and it’s super thick! It has all of the properties I look for in a good body butter.
One of my favorite things about this product is that it does not leave a sticky residue on my skin after use. I was blown away by how well it moisturized my skin!
Watch my in-depth video review below or keep reading for more information about this wonderful Argan Oil Body Butter!
Argan Oil Body Butter Video Review
De-ionized water, Cocoa-Butter, Argan oil, Castor oil, Butyrospermum Parkii (Shea Butter), Vegetable Glycerin, Glyceryl Stearate, Cetyl Alcohol (Coconut derived), Natural Beeswax, Emulsifying Wax NF, Essential Oil
What All Naturals Cosmetics has to say:
Made with Argan oil and Cocoa-butter, this body butter provides top moisture for dry, itchy, skin as well as helps to soften hard, rough skin. With its naturally occuring rich deposits of Vitamins, Iron, Calcium, Protein & Oleic properties, your skin would be so thankful.
If you watched the video, you know I adore this product. The scent of this Argan Oil Body Butter really is amazing. The container size is great, you get a lot of product. It’s very moisturizing, especially around my elbows, knees, and feet. Those areas need the most TLC, and this body butter is happy to provide that TLC.
The ingredients are also wonderful. I love that All Naturals Cosmetics really takes the time to choose ingredients that really benefit the skin. I honestly can’t say enough good things about them!
You can find this Argan Oil Body Butter online for $16.56. Worth it!
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