Wednesday, September 14, 2016

Dewberry Lotion

I want to tell you about Dewberry Lotion this is made with a combination of 3 different plant-based oils, antioxidants, vitamins, and minerals. Featuring patent pending Hydrofuse and age-defying Hyaluronan and has a light clean scent. This non-clogging, non-greasy lotion has quicker absorption; it soothes and nourishes your skin more than ever before not to mention certified gluten-free, no harsh preservatives such as parabens and alcohol. You can use this on your hand, face and body as it is hypoallergenic. You can also get her book https://dewberrylotion.com/products/how-determination-cured-my-baby-and-built-a-million-dollar-business
My Opinion: the light scent reminds me of a lotion that of smelled before but can’t quite place it and it does go on the skin nicely without a greasy feeling and makes your skin look hydrated as I suffer from dry skin. I do like the simple bottle design and colors and I like that it’s not tested on animals as well as use and natural ingredients.

About Them: Linda Collinson had always suffered from sensitive, irritated skin and thought maybe there was a natural treatment. Through intensive research, she found that commercially available products all contained ingredients that actually contributed to her dry, irritated skin – most products contained mineral oil, a petroleum product that does the opposite of hydrating the skin. In 1981 Linda created LaCrista (meaning the best) Natural Skincare to market her natural skincare formulas that worked so well for her very sensitive skin.
To see more visit https://dewberrylotion.com
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