I'm so lazy in the mornings that even though I know I should be using moisturizer on my body when I get out of the shower, most of the time I don't. It's just a whole extra step and I could be using the time to stop at Starbucks or eat a Pop Tart or what have you. But I know it's something that I need to be doing, so I'm making a concentrated effort to be better at it. The one that I'm currently testing out is Wei East's Natural Beauty Perfector Hand & Body Treatment. This lotion combines micro diffusers and an herbal formula that's been around since the Ming Dynasty (I know that somewhere, my AP History teacher is crying because I can't for the life of me remember what century that was. I know I could just Google it, but like I said, I'm lazy). As a lotion, it's great - it sinks in quickly and isn't greasy at all, and it has a fresh scent - it's sort of floral, but it reminds me a little of something you would smell in a spa as well. What I really like is the way the formula is meant for your hands and body. I always over squeeze lotion bottles and end up with extra on my hands and this way, I can just rub it in and know that I'm getting the best use out of the product. You can even use it on your feet as well. Most importantly, it makes my skin really soft. I put some on my left hand a couple of hours ago and it's still much softer than my right hand (in fact, it was so noticeable that I just put some on my right hand to even it all out - I got weirded out thinking of having two hands with totally different textures!) I also like that it comes in a nice big tube (13.5 ounces) because it's thick, so you don't need a lot to make it work, which means that one tube will last you a long time. (How annoying is it when products that are supposed to go all over your body come in those practically travel-sized bottles? I mean, who wants to pay $25 to moisturize an arm and a thigh? Not me, that's for sure).
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