Finished the L'Occitane Plum Blossom Skin Moisture Gel and moved on the Aromachologie Relaxing Body Lotion from the L'Occitane French Travel Treasures Set.
French Travel Treasures Set is actually quite nice as it includes a wide variety of items and you get to try a little bit of a lot of things. I ended up giving many away though and only kept a few to myself, this Aromachologie Relaxing Body Lotion included.
- Top row, left to right: Verbena Shampoo, Verbena Conditioner, Citrus Verbena Shampoo, Citrus Verbena Conditioner, Aromachologie Shampoo, and Aromachologie Conditioner. I only kept the Citrus Verbena shampoo and conditioner, and the rest were gifted away, mostly to mum in law as she loves sampling bath and body items just as I do ^.^
- Middle row, left to right: Verbena Shower Gel, Verbena Body Lotion, Ruban d'Orange Sunny Shower, Ruban d'Orange Soft Skin Milk, Aromachologie Revitalizing Shower Gel, and Aromachologie Relaxing Body Lotion. Here I kept the Ruban d'Orange shower gel and body milk, and the Aromachologie Relaxing Body Lotion.
- Bottom row, left to right: 1.7 oz. Shea Extra Gentle Soap Milk, Verbena Leaf Soap, and Aromachologie Effervescent Revitilizing Sugar Cube. All of these were gifted away as well.
Anyway, I thought the Aromachologie Relaxing Body Lotion would be another light lotion like the Plum Blossom Gel, but boy was I wrong. It's way thicker and is too moisturizing for this weather. The first time I use it, I made the mistake of putting it onto my arms, after which it felt so greasy and I had to go wash it off with water because I couldn't stand the tackiness. Also, it smells more like herbal medicine than aroma anything. It has since been demoted to elbows, knees, and feet only ^.^