I have only ever used lotions and butters to moisturise my skin, before using Olive's body moisturising milk - Which sounds oh-so Cleopatra! With it's unusual formulation (to me) I knew I had to share this with you guys...
What's in it and what does it do?
Honestly, I am not getting anything apart from Olive oil, green tea & Vitamin E but if you're really interested in all the ingredients you can view them here. When rubbing the 'moisturising milk' into the skin, it feels it looks as if the milk expands and takes a while to rub in. I honestly feel as if my skin has benefited from using this - Not just straight after moisturising but all the time, which is great as it claims to improve the skin's natural structure.
How much and how long?
For a 250ml with a handy pump bottle it costs £16.99. You can find it here for a bit cheaper at £15.30 though. This should last me about 2 months.
How does it smell?
It has a light, sweet, pleasant scent to it - I can't make out exactly what this is!
Would I buy it again? Yes, probably during warm/normal temperatures as it's a light lotion and I would need something heavier for the winter.
Would I recommend it? Yup - I saw an improvement in my skin's texture so it's a good one :)