Body Care Find - LUSH Ro's Argan Oil Body Conditioner

Conditioner...for your body?
Yes.  And it's been done by a few beauty companies in the past, but I have to say, LUSH's Ro's Argan Oil Body Conditioner is one of my all time favorite body moisturizers now!
To use the product first apply your body wash, rinse and then add the body conditioner.  The texture is similar to that of a hair conditioner - a cream/lotion hybrid that is silky smooth and glides on to skin in an instant.  After applying the conditioner, you have a few options - you can then let it settle in with the heat from the water steam and shave/shampoo hair, etc.
I found it still worked very effectively if I simply rinsed after applying all over as well (leaving it on for just about 1 min). But if you have time to luxuriate a bit with it, I recommend you do!  It's also fairly concentrated, so about a two quarter sized dollops should do for the entire body.
Afterwards I rinsed off and boy oh boy - was my skin super smooth and supple.  What I loved is how soft my skin was after drying off - with a beautiful sheen and no residual oily or sticky feeling. There was usually no need at all for any additional lotion, which is a big time saver in the morning! 
One of the other great features of this product is the scent - it's a beautiful, unique rose/honey scent that's neither too floral or too sweet.  It's perfect for when you may be rushing in the morning and don't have time to add any additional fragrance. The scent will envelope you softly for several hours after drying off.
With it's blend of multiple oils and hydrating ingredients, including almond and Argan oil, this body softener is the real deal for all of you who battle either chronically dry skin or dry skin specifically in the winter months.
So, with this one product, you can feel great about all the natural ingredients, deeply moisturize skin, save time - and make skin look, feel and smell fantastic - who could ask for anything more? - RLB
*This product was provided courtesy of LUSH PR for reviewing purposes.

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