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Last Updated: 04/22/2024

Our skin is our largest organ, but sometimes we don’t give it the attention it deserves. All day long it’s protecting us from harm, defending us from the elements, and stretching and bending to our every whim. Give your skin a helping hand with a lotion rich with moisturizing ingredients that have softness covered from every angle.

Our lotions have different types of moisturizing ingredients layered in each formulation so that you can be soft and soothed faster than you can say ‘aloe barbadensis’. Try it, we dare you.

Here’s a roundup of three ingredients that all bring a different type of treatment to your skin.

Shea Butter

Shea butter has been used for centuries to protect and heal skin, and with good reason. Extracted from shea nuts, this rich, creamy substance is full of highly beneficial nutrients like vitamin A, vitamin E, phytonutrients and antioxidants. Not only that, shea butter is similar in nature to the moisturizers produced by our skin’s own oil glands. This means it is readily absorbed by our skin and work swiftly to smooth any rough areas.

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Apricot Kernel Oil

We love the delicious sweetness of apricots almost as much as our skin loves the delicate, deep moisture from apricot kernel oil. Similar to sweet almond oil, apricot kernel oil is a light golden oil full of vitamin E to help your skin’s natural renewal processes and provide long-lasting hydrating effects. Just like shea, it is also full of antioxidants to support your skin’s ability to defend you from the elements.

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Aloe Vera

Don’t let its spiky leaves fool you: the thick gel inside the aloe plant will take away any prickly feelings with its ability to hydrate, nourish and calm skin. Aloe has been used medicinally for centuries to treat all kinds of skin conditions, from eczema to psoriasis to sunburn and other skin damage. Light and cooling, aloe helps improve skin’s look and feel with antioxidants, beta carotene, vitamin C and vitamin E.

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Keep your skin in good condition by treating it to moisturizing lotions full of ingredients that help it stay supple, smooth and strong. Check out our lineup of reformulated lotions to find one that soothes you best.