BODY LOTIONS GO AEROSOL
Photo Credit: St. Ives
Body lotions, the typically richer-than-dessert cosmetic cabinet staples, are shedding a few pounds thanks to compressed air technology. Dubbed â€œcontinuous sprays,â€ these new hydrating products emulate the more commonplace sunscreen delivery systems. The idea here is to make lotions easier to apply, and help them absorb faster and more evenly onto the skin. Vaselineâ€™s â€œSpray & Goâ€ that debuted earlier this year may have set a trend; here are a few new ones to try.
St. Ives Fresh Hydration Lotions ($5.99)
These spray lotions promise even, spreadable coverage, and the result is hydrated skin within seconds, not minutes, thanks to natural moisturizers gy
HEREâ€™S THE BUZZ: BURTâ€™S BEES LAUNCHES NEW BODY MOISTURIZERS
Burtâ€™s Bees showcased its new 24-Hour Moisturizing Body Lotions to the blogosphere in NYC this week, just in time to head off winter skin! Letâ€™s face it– as weather conditions change, so, too, should our skin care routines. During the colder months when skin tends to become dry and cracked, we should moisturize more often to keep it super smooth and hydrated. The lotions are Certified Natural by the Natural Products Association and are infused with skin-soothing extracts that keep skin silky to the touch for a full 24 hours. Here’s the buzz…