About this item
- 🥥MOISTURIZE DRY SKIN - Leaving it soft and feeling pampered and giving you glowing skin.
- 🥥REPLENISH EXTRA DRY OR ROUGH SPOTS ON THE SKIN - Even if your normal skin type is oily or normal, you might have rough areas on your body, like around the elbows or knees that could benefit from skin by applying our body lotion after a bath or at bedtime. With regular use, a replenishing twilight woods lotion can ease rough skin and make it as smooth and silky as the rest of your body.
- 🥥SOFT CALLUSES - If you are on your feet quite a bit you may have developed rough calluses that are painful and unsightly. This is perfect body lotion for you that can make these areas supple and help you to remove the dead skin easier than if you attempted it without lotion.
- 🥥FEEL AND SMELL GOOD - Enjoy the relaxing sensation of this lotion applied to your feet, legs, or arms. Perfect for relaxing and stress relieve.
- 🥥HELP YOURSELF RELAX - Even if your skin is in great shape and does not need to be moisturized with lotion, try this travel size body lotion a massage with twilight woods lotion on the hands. The feel of gentle softness on your skin rotating in firm, steady massage movements can remove stress, subdue pain, and enhance mood to make you feel great.
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