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EOS-Hand-And-Body-Lotions.jpgLotion is a subjective thing. One person might like it, while another thinks it’s too greasy or watery. But we’re fairly certain everyone can agree on the brand-new range of eos Hand and Body Lotions.

The three moisturizers in this range make even the roughest, toughest skin so soft and smooth in an instant — and, thankfully, they sink into skin without leaving behind any greasy residue. (Perfect when you have to go right to your computer keyboard after rubbing it into your skin.)

Choose from the following three hand and body lotions, each formulated to leave skin touchably soft:

Boost Complete Care
Nourish Revitalizing Care
Refresh Active Care

In addition, each of the three lotions contains natural antioxidants and both Vitamins C and E, so your skin is so revitalized and nourished, you simply wont believe it. They’re also enriched with moisturizing shea butter and oat extract to protect skin from cold, wind and stress.

eos Hand and Body Lotions retail for $7.99 each at
CND-Scentsations-Wildflower-Chamomile-Wash.jpgWe’re going to let you in on a little secret. We are FINISHED with winter. We refuse to slather on any more heavy moisturizers or rich-smelling body washes. So when we came across CND Scentsations Wildflower & Chamomile Wash, we immediately brought it into our shower for a little taste of spring.

A delicate blend of flowers and fresh chamomile really do make us feel like spring has come right into the shower with us. We also love how well the body wash lathers — a dime-sized amount yields so many suds upon a pouf, it’s like you’re in the middle of a bubble bath.

And if you’re concerned about keeping your skin feeling baby soft, this wash — formulated with Vitamins A and E and aloe vera — will do just that. It’s really a true delight for the senses!

So while the weather still has a bit of catching up to do, we’re now in the mood to wear short skirts, striped tees and gladiator sandals!

CND Scentsations Wildflower & Chamomile Wash retails for $11.50 at
L'Occitane-Cherry-Blossom-Shower-Gel.jpgThat saying, “Life is just a bowl of cherries?” We were never really sure we understood what that meant … until now. Because our newfound love affair with L’Occitane Cherry Blossom Bath & Shower Gel has most definitely sealed the deal.

We’ve long been a fan of the L’Occitane brand. The shower gels, shea butters, hand washes, skincare … you name it, we’ve tried and loved it. But ever since trying this luxurious, luscious shower gel, we’re fairly certain we’ve found the pinnacle of our obsession.

The scent of cherry blossoms — containing cherry extract from Luberon, France — is delicate yet sensuous, flirty yet feminine. It also lathers and foams incredibly well with just a dime-sized amount upon a pouf or washcloth.

And the piece de resistance? We’re in love with the simple yet beautiful bottle — and the gorgeous color of the shower gel held within.

L’Occitane Cherry Blossom Bath & Shower Gel retails for $20 at
What can we say — St. Patrick’s Day brings out the lucky leprechaun inside of us! We’ve decided to bring you a host of green products guaranteed to bring a little fun into your beauty routine. Now up — hair and body products!

Hair-Body-Green-Image-1.jpgHerbal Essences Drama Clean Refreshing Shampoo
We’ve continued to be impressed with the amazing scents that come forth from every Herbal Essences product. This one — formulated with berry tea and orange flower — is no different.
$3.99 at

Organix Hydrating Teatree Mint Shampoo
If you want your tresses to shine, this is the shampoo for you. It hydrates, it nourishes, it conditions … after two shampoos, we didn’t even need conditioner!
$6.99 at

Demeter Fragrance Library Clover Pick-Me-Up Cologne Spray
We’ll say this for Demeter — they have a knack for making every fragrance smell exactly like its namesake. And this holiday-appropriate scent is no different! We prefer it as a room spray, but if you want to smell like the four-petaled plant, you sure will!
$20 at

help I’ve cut myself Bandages
Seriously, have you ever seen more adorable bandage packaging? This little box contains 2 sizes of bandages — 16 total — and is so discreet, it even fits in your tiny clutch.
$4 at

Bodycology Coconut Lime Shower Gel & Foaming Bath
If you want a shower gel that lathers and foams in no time, this is the one for you. It’s a bonus that it smells so delectable.
$5.29 at

Hair-Body-Green-Image-2.jpgDavines Momo Conditioner
Moisturizing. Revitalizing. Just a couple of the words you’ll come across with this rich conditioner, guaranteed to bring life back to even the most lifeless of locks.
$25 at

Kerastase Masque Age Recharge
We have yet to meet a Kerastase product we didn’t love. And this mask — which transforms fine, brittle hair into lustrous, Rumpelstiltskin-worthy tresses — has most certainly joined the ranks.
$60 at

H20+ Sea Marine Revitalizing Shampoo
Marine collagen, natural aloe leaf and wheat protein volumize and promote shine. It’s the best of both worlds!
$4-$20 at

Shu Uemura Art of Hair Yokan Craft Texturizing Melt
We beg you not to be scared of the green jelly lying within this little green tub. Once applied to the hair, it creates the most amazing piecey texture!
$33 at

New York Streets Condition Mist Leave-In
We’re suckers for cute packaging, and this leave-in conditioner — complete with an interesting NYC-esque photo at the front — most certainly doesn’t disappoint. It’s a bonus that our hair is super-soft after each use.
$18 at

Green-Beauty-Products-Hair-Body-Image-3.jpgWeleda Skin Food
If you want your hands to be super soft and silky, this hand cream is the way to go. It’s a bit greasy upon application, but once it skins into skin, voila! Say goodbye to dryness and chapping.
$18 at

Cures by Avance Algae Loofah Bar
We love this product for its interesting look alone! The nubby texture exfoliates and cleanses amazingly well to boot.
$11.50 at

Crabtree & Evelyn Aloe Vera Conditioning Hand Wash
Soothing aloe vera extract, harvested from the plant’s innermost leaves, ensures your hands will be softer than ever before — so go ahead and wash up!
$18 at

Lush Avobath Bath Bomb
We just never get sick of bath bombs — and this one, created with moisturizing avocados, sure makes us unbelievably happy.
$6.25 at

Dove Go Fresh Cool Moisture Beauty Bar
Truth be told, Dove soap was the first beauty product we remember using. And throughout the years, it’s remained one of our go-to standbys — least of all for the refreshingly cool scent of cucumber permeating through the bar.
$4.29 for 2 bars at

Tweezerman Slant Tweezer in Green Apple
If you don’t own a pair of Tweezerman tweezers, you simply aren’t living. We have more pairs than we can count — but this bright green pair has definitely moved to the front of the pack. (Bonus: they grab every. single. hair.)
$20 at

Clarins Gentle Beauty Soap
Not only is this soap certified organic, but it’s gentle enough for use on the face and body. Can you say that for most of the cleansers in your beauty cabinet?
$15 at
Jurlique-Moisturizing-Hand-Sanitizer.jpgHands down. Hand over fist. Putty in our hands. No matter what “hand” phrase we come up with, it just never seems to be enough … because Jurlique Moisturizing Hand Sanitizer is worth all of those and much more.

Many hand sanitizers are too medicinal-smelling and don’t actually make our hands feel clean. But this one is the complete opposite! It smells fresh and clean with a touch of floral essence that makes us feel like we’ve just stepped into a spa.

And the moisturizing aspect? You wouldn’t even believe how soft and smooth our hands are after just one pump. Seriously, one pump is enough to moisturize, clean and sanitize hands in an absolute instant!

So, the bottom line? Jurlique’s hand sanitizer most certainly knows what it’s doing.

Jurlique Moisturizing Hand Sanitizer retails for $6.50 at

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