Saturday, September 13, 2014

buyerreview Hydropeutic Body Lotion

I love lotions that smell really good, but I have to be careful as some scents trigger migraines for me. For those who get migraines you know how horrible they are. Anyway, Buyerreview asked if I would try their Hydropeutic Body Lotion. Since I love skin care products I was interested in this, as I have tried Dermagist lotion before.

I’m used to lotions coming in a plastic bottle or even a squeeze container, but the Dermagist hydropeutic body lotion lotion came in a metal bottle with a pump and is 8oz. As I was reading about the product I saw that the 8oz should last you 60 days if you use as recommended. To me that’s pretty good.

I really love the smell. It’s not over powering, and doesn't’ trigger any migraines. For me it’s the smell of shea butter and lavender that I love. It’s a great combination along with the other ingredients.  Here are some of the ingredients that are used in the lotion:

Shea Butter – This rich moisturizer has been the building block of body lotions for years. When combined properly with accompanying ingredients, Shea Butter will keep your skin soft, supple and it even aids in the firming of the skin. Shea Butter deeply nourishes your skin cells, giving them the nutrients they need to heal and protect themselves from the environment.
SesaFlash – This all natural ingredient deeply moisturizes the skin and binds moisture to the skin cells. It is derived from the sesame and it has tremendous lifting and firming properties. Used in the highly popular neck restoration cream, SesaFlash is seldom found in a body lotion due to the cost of the ingredient. The Dermagist Hydropeutic Body Lotion is designed to lift, tone and firm the skin, removing wrinkles and fine lines.
Green Tea Extract – Green Tea has proven over recent years to reduce sun damage. By blocking the free radicals caused by UV rays, Green Tea can reduce wrinkles, as well as help reduce sun spotting or molted pigmentation caused by UV rays.
Lavender -Lavender is primarily known for its calming and soothing properties, however its properties will provide a deep nourishing tonic for not only your skin, but your entire system. From reducing inflammation to the treatment of damaged or burned skin, Lavender is a well established component in skin care.
Chamomile Extract – Chamomile’s properties are responsible for soothing inflammation. Chamomile promotes granulation and cellular regeneration, which is the number one most effective way to maintain skin health. From the removal of wrinkles to the elimination of sun damage, redness and spotting, Chamomile is the ideal ingredient for any body lotion.
White Tea Extract – White Tea protects the skin from oxidative stress and immune cell damage. Research on white tea is so convincing that scientists believe that white tea is an important weapon for consumers in the battle against skin cancer. The powerful antioxidant properties are fantastic for a body lotion, especially those of us who have gotten “some sun” over the years.
Tangerine Oil – Tangerine oil has a well documented history due to its anti oxidant powers of protection. By repelling the free radicals which lead to damaged and prematurely aging skin, Tangerine Oil is an essential aspect of protecting your skin. It also prevents the sagging and loosening of skin that is common as we age. In addition, tangerine oil stimulates cellular regeneration, increasing collagen and elastin production. This results in a thicker dermal matrix and wrinkle free skin.

If you select the replenish option, Dermagist will send you a new bottle every 45 days. With this option it’s a little pricey at $27.99 a bottle but it lasts 2 months, so that breaks down to about $15/mon which isn’t bad at all.

This body lotion would make a great gift for someone who is really into skin care products. While you are looking at buyerreview take a look at all their other product reviews that they have.  

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