- Smells amazing
- Great bulk value
- Moisturizes dry skin
There are those that feel it just doesn’t rinse away in the shower as well as it should. And, as with a lot of body washes, there are the occasional shipping glitches.
This is one of the least expensive body washes out there – and it doesn’t have any added parabens or sulfates. In addition, it does a really good job with sensitive skins, even though there is added fragrance and has pumice in the exfoliation mix. That’s pretty darn good right there.
If you’re addicted to the St. Ives Apricot Facial Scrub, you’re going to fall in love with this body wash for women. It’s Vitamin C-rich which helps keep skins bright and healthy. And, surprisingly, it works itself into a creamy lather. But, some women wish it washed off better; there are a few (not many) that believe it leaves a film and may dry skin.
Organic or natural: 100% natural extracts (which isn’t the same as being natural)
Added fragrance: Yes
Good for sensitive skins: Technically no, but it doesn’t do a bad job with sensitive skins.
Texture: Gel with exfoliation beads
Scent: Subtle, sweet citrus
Package size: 13.5 fl. oz.
Pricing: As an Amazon Subscribe and Save item, this costs less than $3 normally. That means this body was is a steal of a deal at a little more than 20 cents an ounce.
- Rated #4 in 9 Best Body Wash Products for Women