Thursday, May 28, 2009


Last week I ran out of my favorite body moisturizer Ca-Rezz.  Unfortunately, it isn't readily available in stores.  The only way I got my hands on it was because a family friends healthcare provider sent it to her.  While I have to wait for them to send her another bottle, I didn't want to have to wait too long since I have such dry skin.  While I was in CVS last week, I picked up a bottle of Palmer's Cocoa Butter.  I must say this smells delicious!  Just like chocolate, which I love!  A sinless way to indulge.  It is supposed to be deep conditioning and claims to reduce marks on skin.  While I've only been using it for a week, I've already noticed it to reduce dark spots I have on my legs. My skin feels really soft after use.  It is a bit heavy, but with the weather changing, my skin  gets even more dry than it usually is.  This definitely helps with that.  While I can't attest to it toning my skin yet, I will say that it is a moisturizer worth looking into.  I've picked up a few other lotions to test out, so be on the lookout for those reviews.  I'm trying to find a holy grail moisturizer.

Have you found a H.G. moisturizer?


Liparazzi said...

Palmer Mosturising cream is very famous in the UK, alot of pregnant women use it to reduce strecth marks etc and I have used it for years. It's brilliant for evening out skin tone and sorting out dry patches. Another amazing body moisturiser is Johnson's Dreamy Skin Night Moisturiser.

Belle Du Jour said...

I love Palmers!
Loving your blog.
Come stop by mine and say hello and have a look!
looking forward to seeing you around!
xx belle

Anonymous said...

oooh chocolate smelling moisturizer lotion? i've gotta hunt that stuff down...

Ondine said...

I do love the smell of Palmers, but I actually always use an oil (Nuxe's Huile Prodigieuse) instead of a moisturiser on my body - I know it sounds weird but it absorbs really well and I love it.

My Beauty Musings said...

@ Ondine-I use a sesame oil by Neutrogena doesn't smell of sesame..actually it smells of divine florals. But thank you for the tip, I'll definitely look into it.