Blush’s Top 3…Body Lotions

It’s almost time to bare those legs. Exfoliating, body brushing (and obviously shaving) are all good, but a great moisturiser is key.

Whether you prefer a luxe liquid or fruity butter, Gosia has it covered.

Diptyque – Philosykos 

Diptyque Philosykos

If you don’t like the feel of thick lotions but still want to effectively moisturise your skin, this is a perfect option. Its milky texture sinks right in and leaves skin feeling soft and refreshed. Enriched with macadamia oil, milk, sweet almond oil, and fig-tree extract, these natural wonders provide long-lasting hydration, whilst taking you on a sensorial journey through the countryside.

Diptyque, Philosykos Body Lotion, £28, John Lewis.

Kiehl’s‏ – Vanilla & Cedarwood 

Kiehls vanilla and cedarwood

With its heritage and expertise in skincare, Kiehl’s doesn’t disappoint with this rich and aromatic body lotion. Natural vanilla oil and cedar wood also feature in their award-winning, Crème de Corps body lotion. The botanical mix of Avocado, Olive Fruit, Sweet Almond, Apricot Kernel and Sesame Seed oils are key in delivering 24 hours of skin softness.

Kiehl’s,‏ Vanilla & Cedarwood Skin Softening Lotion, £24, John Lewis.

The Body Shop –  Vineyard Peach Body Butter

Bodyshop Vineyard Peach body butter

The clue is in the name here, slathering this on is like basking in the sun-kissed groves of a Mediterranean peach vineyard. However, it doesn’t just smell divine; precious peach kernel oil promises 24 hours of moisture, so you can enjoy the heavenly feel of peachy, smooth skin all day long.

The Body Shop, Vineyard Peach Body Butter, £13, The Body Shop.

Team Blush x

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Jamilatsj

Fashion Journalist and Beauty Blogger from London

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