Editor's Rating & Review
The consistency of this lotion-in-a-pot is not quite as creamy as you'd expect from the word "butter," but you'll get over that quickly. It still manages to be as moisturizing as similar products out there (like, say, The Body Shop's) and the lighter weight means you can smear it on and jump right into bed without messing up your sheets. But guard it cautiously. The orange-y, olive-y scent is not too girly, which means it's poachable by guys.
Boots Mediterranean Body Butter Reviews
Affordable Nutty ButterThe Almond Pistachio & Milk smells sweet as predicted, but it is not just sweet, but also has a hint of exotic spice fragrance. One of the ingredients is organic almond oil, thus, when I opened it, the butter does look a bit thick and greasy, but fortunately it does not feel oily or sticky on my skin at all. My skin feels hydrated and soft. The scent lingers for a while, but it is subtle. The tub resembles The Body Shop's but definitely this one is much cheaper. In other words, I can use it all over my body without feeling guilty. — 3 years, 5 months agoluckybetty | 895 reviews
great!great feel! loved the results to my skin! — 4 years agobrassa | 447 reviews
A good drugstore body butterThis is definitely more lotion-y than it is buttery, but I still like it. It calms my dry skin upon contact and absorbs quickly. I appreciate the yummy, mellow scents Boots offers. The tub this butter comes in looks small, but it's lasted me a surprisingly long time: about two months. — 4 years, 7 months agoteshie | 396 reviews
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