I'm frequently asked, why do you have so many moisturizing choices? Well, I just can't help it, I love all things that make your skin soft. It is my favorite among all my scented items. Here's a quick Q&A to help simplify your choice and pick the perfect lotions for your needs:

How many different kinds of lotion do you have?
There are 3 kinds of lotion, all are for everyday use and can be used all over the body. All are paraben-free, phthalate-free and cruelty-free.

What is the difference between the lotions?
I have 2 light lotions (avocado body lotion and whipped body souffle) and 1 medium lotion (shea butter cream).
  • The avocado body lotion uses avocado oil as the primary moisturizing ingredient. My personal favorite.
  • The whipped body souffle uses goats milk & honey as the primary moisturizing ingredients. Best seller.
  • The shea butter cream uses shea butter & aloe as the primary moisturizing ingredients and is slightly thicker. Best for really dry, flaky skin.

Click the links to see more information and the full ingredients lists.

How should I use the lotions?
For all over, everyday moisturizing, a great base to layer under your perfume and for parts of your body that take you really want to soften and shine, any of our lotions will take care of you. No matter which one you choose, your skin will be soft, hydrated and beautifully scented.

We also offer a multi-purpose body massage and beard oil and a highly moisturizing solid perfume.

Lotions, Creams & Butters 101
How many different lotions are there in the world and what's the difference?
After much research, I've concluded that there are basically 3 types of skin moisturizing products: Lotion, Cream/Souffle and Butter. The difference is the oil to water ratio.

  • Lotion: This product typically has the most water and is thinner, it can be easily poured onto the skin. It is great for daily, all-over use and since it has the most amount of water, will be quickly absorbed by the skin. The downside is, since it has the most amount of water, it will sink in and dissipate faster, which means you have to apply it more often.
  • Cream: Creams normally have a lower water to oil ratio, so they are thicker, with a vanilla frosting or whipped cream consistency and appearance. Because there is less water, it takes a bit longer for a cream to sink into your skin. Creams are great for really dry areas, hands, elbows, heels, knees, etc. A must for nurses, doctors, hair stylists, manicurists, cooks, daycare providers, anyone who washes their hands numerous times a day.
  • Butter: Butters are solid oils with no water or a very small percentage of water and have a solid, stick of butter-like appearance, hence the name. Body butter will melt on contact with skin, may seem a bit heavy at first, almost a greasy feeling (because it contains hardly any water), but give it time to sink in. After it does, your skin will thank you. Butters are also good for night treatments, such as applying liberally on your feet at bedtime and covering with socks while you sleep for soft, smooth heels.