Spring into Fresh Skin with eraclea Body Lotions

Products sent for this eraclea body lotion review. Opinions are purely Anne’s own.

As you know by now, I’ve fallen in love with eraclea skin care products. In today’s installment of reviewing products from the line, I’m taking a look at two body lotions that are great for this time of year when you’re ready to awaken your skin from a long seasonal slumber.

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So which body cream is right for you? Well it really depends on if you’re looking to tone up your skin or deeply hydrate it.

eraclea Extreme Body Cream ($28) — This ultra-hydrating body lotion is super rich and nourishes parched skin, but it doesn’t have a greasy after-effect like many body creams. It’s really like a drink for dry skin — ingredients including shea butter, jojoba, antioxidants and eraclea’s proprietary HylaSponge® System keep skin supple for up to eight hours. I tested the lotion on one arm only, and I could really feel the results still at the end of the day.

eraclea Smooth and Firm Body Sculpting Cream ($45) — This is so much more than your average body lotion! This lightly-scented cream improves skin tone and is designed to be applied with a gentle massage to promote the circulatory system, help lymphatic drainage and aid in the healing process. And if you’re a newbie when it comes to massage, directions on the tube explain how to do it so you get the most out of the experience.  One word of caution:  If you’re pregnant or breast-feeding, hold off on using this lotion to be safe.

I’m loving my new body creams, and I’m using both depending on my skin’s “mood” to hydrate and tone my skin during the change of the seasons.



Photo:  Anne Houseman/beautyXposé


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