Unlisted Brand • Stonybrook Botanicals Unscented oil-free body lotion • Lotions/ Creams
|Would buy this product again.||100%|
Age: 30-35 Skin: Sensitive, Fair-Medium Hair: Brunette, Fine Eyes: Brown
I usually use Aveeno but I wanted to try something new and natural, for the body.. Now that I've tried it, I trust it enough to use on my face.. This has NaPca in it, which helps skin's natural moisture. The grapeseed extract might act as an antioxidant? My skin is sensitive.. I love this lotion and I prefer it to Cerave.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Dry, Dark, Warm Hair: Black, Kinky, Coarse Eyes: Black
You can buy this in Whole Foods or Fairway. I bought it to compare with BWC (Beauty Without Cruelty) unscented lotion. They are both packaged the same way in tall bottles with a pump. BWCs lotion is hardcore. It feels waxy once you put it on. It's great on really dry skin. Stonybrooks on the other hand is much lighter, leaves a greasy feeling film (Which I like) but alone needs a bit of help as a humuctant on ym dry face and neck. If you add half half Stonybrooks lotion and Cetaphil though it's fantastic on face and body.
I would definitely buy it again for warmer days to use mixed with Cetaphil and use BWC for colder drier days.
Also Stonybrooks lotions says fragrance free but it has a light fragrance which I don't like so halving it with my left over bottle of Cetaphil diminished the scent to nothing. I really love the price of these lotions, at under $6 with tax it's a really great deal over drug store lotions that never seem to work for me.
2 MONTH review: My Cetaphil ran out. I don;t know what is up with it but Cetaphil alone starts breaking me out from the collar bone above and so I didn't rebuy. Alone Stonybrooks is an interesting lotion. It goes on smoothly but seems ot just sit on your skin. I had a cdry patch of skin on my face and put a lot on, rubbed it in and it just sat on top of the dry flaky skin! I'll use it up but I won't rebuy. BWC lotion is thicker but at least it stops the dryness.