The name has changed a few times ( brown vanilla sugar, toasted vanilla sugar, and now toasted sugar) but I believe it is the same product. It is moisturizing (my skin tends to be dry, sensitive, and itchy) without being heavy or greasy. It has a light unoffensive scent which is great because it doesn't clash with anything and I can put it on before going to sleep without it bothering me. I bought it at Walmart for less than 4 dollars. Target has this line as well. I have repurchased. Bodycology stuff are a really great value.
It seems to me that if you're looking for a budget-friendly fragranced body lotion, you're going to end up with either not much moisture or not much fragrance. And I have to say up front that that remains the case even with this product, which is really pretty good. This body cream is *very* moisturizing. It contains nice ingredients such as cocoa seed butter, aloe vera leaf juice, shea butter, and vitamin e, and they're not at the bottom of the list. I have really dry hands and I wash them often. This cream feels super moisturizing going on, and it lasts well (although not through handwashing). Where this product falls short is in the fragrance area. To me, it mostly smells like Play-doh--not in a terrible way, and the scent dissipates fairly quickly. Still, it's a stretch to say it smells like toasted vanilla sugar. The bottom line is I would repurchase because of the excellent moisturizing properties and good price. But I don't expect it to smell great.