Saturday, March 7, 2015

Calm Skin with L'Occitane Shea Butter Comforting Creme

I knew before I even opened my Refresh VoxBox that I loved L'Occitane, because of my experience with their L'OcciBox I got for Christmas! So, when I saw the deluxe sample of L'Occitane's Shea Butter Light Comforting Creme in my VoxBox, I was really excited about trying out their skin care line!

Product Description:

The Light Shea Butter Comforting Cream, with its fine and non-greasy texture, is formulated with 5% shea butter to answer the essential needs of normal to combination skin, including sensitive skin types. Lastingly moisturized (48h)**, skin is supple and soft. As protected against external aggressions, skin stays comfortable all day long.

In Burkina Faso, women produce shea butter by hand. While one might expect this technique to weaken and damage the skin, in reality it leaves it incredibly soft. L'OCCITANE discovered that the shea butter produced in Burkina Faso using traditional methods is particularly rich in omega 6 and karitene. These molecules have exceptional properties and help to moisturize, nourish and give extra protection to the skin every day. 

**Effectiveness test on 12 volunteers

What I Love about L'Occitane's 5% Shea Butter Comforting Creme:

- Light & creamy!

- Highly Moisturizing without feeling super greasy!

- Smells wonderful!

- A little bit goes a long way!

- Beautiful packaging

- LOVE the size of this deluxe sample!

I had a total blast at the L'Occitane Free Mini-Facial Event through Influenster! Natalia at the Emeryville, CA location was extremely helpful! Isn't my skin glowing after my mini-facial?  I even scored my free gift with purchase!

Disclosure: This post is sponsored by Influenster and made possible by L'Occitane.  Products were provided in exchange for my time in assessing their quality and writing an honest review about them. All product information is gleaned from the manufacturer's product description.  All opinions are my own based on my experiences with the product.  All photos are my own.