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Greenland Pure & White Vitalizing body lotion



Greenland was not a brand I had previously heard of (it's actually a Dutch brand) until I was kindly sent some of their products over by the PR firm they are working with. And as body lotion is an essential in most humans beauty cabinets (even those not all that into pampering) I decided to weigh in with my thoughts on this. If you've already watched my February favourites video you'll know that I've rated this highly but I just wanted to pop by and give a more in depth review of this body lotion. 

I mentioned in my video that this is a good everyday moisturiser for normal skin on areas in the body with minimal dryness. I've been using this since I got it on my legs and arms (torso too if I'm feeling particularly awake that morning) but for my feet I've been switching to creams of the thicker variety. 

The fragrance is quite zingy, as you might imagine. If you know me that you'll know that fragrance free is a big plus in my book so I was really put off when I first opened the bottle. However like a lot of lotions the fragrance doesn't linger on the skin and I don't have to go about my day smelling like a lime. 

Greenland are a brand that pride themselves on being natural and organic. I'm not a natural beauty user but I know a lot of people who read my blog are so I thought I would share a few tuppence about it. As advertised there are no parabens in this product and when I checked the label I found nothing of the sort. However there were still a few ingredients that got my head tilting and my lips trying to move but not sure which way they were meant to in order to pronounce dicaprylyl carbonate and cetearyl alcohol. I had a Google for these ingredients and was met with chemistry symbols. Yeah. 

But overall, I would say this is a body lotion that falls in the average spectrum of body lotion. I would like to try more from the Greenland range (but probably won't rush out to buy it right this second). 

Morag x

* PR sample but my views are always the same. 


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