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Review: Not Soap, Radio Body Lotion

Brand
Not Soap, Radio

Type of Product
Hand/Body Lotion

Flavour
Shimmering with Sharks
The Phoenix
Caresses, not Carbs

Made in
USA

Net Weight 
12.685oz (375ml)

Price
USD$18
Another awesome brand with quirky captions and bright colours that I have to share with you all! The amount of reviews on this brand is limited so I took a chance to try one bottle. I was sold the moment I applied it on my skin. Yes the price is kinda steep, but this is something that I have been looking for the longest time so I had to grab 2 more bottles after I've tried it.
Each bottle comes in a clear flip lip squeeze bottle with bright eye catching solid colours on their label. A rather simple design, yet fun with quirky captions. Shimmering with sharks was the first flavour I tried; the whole time I was wondering how it would feel like to be near sharks. I thought there would be shimmers in the lotion but no, and I'm glad there wasn't. I wouldn't want to sparkle under the sun like Edward. Lol.
What made me purchase this lotion in the first place was the ingredients used, no parabens added and also contained royal jelly extract that has anti-aging properties! The scent is alittle overpowering at the start, not something I would get if I had the chance to try it in the store first. The description said it would smell like beach and sky blue water but it doesn't. I would say it is along the lines of a strong smelling flower(can't think of  the name though). However, it does give that sense of luxurious smell after application when the scent isn't that strong, something that hotels would use in their line of body lotion.

The lotion is light and easy to spread, leaving my skin feeling soft for the next couple of hours. It doesn't give the sticky feeling unlike most hand/body lotions and moisturises really well. Previously my skin was looking dry with obvious lines and the condition did improve slightly after using it for a week. I hope my skin will be baby soft with constant usage :p

I wouldn't repurchase this scent but I would definitely try the other flavours once I'm done with these three bottles! My favourite has to be The Phoenix which smells of persimmon and plum, a lovely combination, sweet and subtle. Overall, a good investment for a paraben-free lotion that moisturises without feeling sticky, keep skin feeling soft especially in humid weather!
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