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Onesta Moisturizing Hand & Body Lotion

Is a Solution for:
Dry Skin
Reviewed by Jimmy February 5, 2011 2 Comments
I've been really into travel kits lately. It's just so much easier when you're always on the road. Recently, I got my hands on Onesta's travel-size amenity kit. Onesta is generally known for their haircare products but what really caught my attention is the Onesta Moisturizing Hand & Body Lotion.

I don't believe the Onesta Moisturizing Hand & Body lotion is sold as a full product so you may have to get the whole package. In this case, considering the great shampoos, it's not a bad deal. Onesta is free of parabens, sodium lauryl sulfate, sodium laureth sulfate, propylene glycol, DEA, TEA, colors, dyes and animal ingredients.

What really attracted me to the lotion is that it's full of all the foods I love: avocado, carrot, cucumber and ginseng. There's also linden tree extract, which is essentially a blend of botanicals that help maximize moisturization. The added shea butter deeply helps the lotion penetrate and soothes. I love the avocado, which has a history of healing and also absorbs deep into the tissue. The cucumber extract contains anti-inflammatory properties and, as a benefit, is great for tired looking skin as it works as a tightening agent. Ginseng, one of my favorite ingredients (I also take it as a daily supplement) promotes cell regeneration and improve the skin's resistance. Oh, I shouldn't also forget the green tea extract, Vitamin E, Vitamin A and sweet almond oil, all of which also joined this party of skin love and hydration. And don't worry. The emulsifying wax NF is vegetable based (that "NF" threw me off a bit). It's a great scent and feels natural on the body. But I think the benefits is what will truly make you a fan. Onestahair.com

Ingredients:

Purified water, sweet almond oil, emulsifying wax NF, Caprylic/capric triglyceride, glycerol stearate, acetyl alcohol, sodium stearyl lactylate, phenoxyathanol (and) ethylhexylglycerin, butyrospermum parkii seed (shea) butter, avocado extract, carrot extract, cucumber extract, ginseng extract, linden tree extract, panthenol (vitamin b-5), vitamin E, vitamin A, lavender oil, glycerine, cetyl hydroxyethylcellulose, potassium (natural preservative), citric acid.
  • June 5, 2013

    by Lachlan Molineux

    I LOVE coconut oil for many things, but I used it SO much when I was pregnant. Slapped that stuff right on my belly every morning and I didn't get any stretch marks where I applied it. I'll have to try this moisturizer for sure! Excited to be following!

  • February 5, 2011

    by Julie Kay

    Thanks, Marta- I never tire of hearing about another good hand lotion to try! And such a good price!!! Overall I think my hands have benefited from my SEMI attention these last years. I have an extremely hard time consistently being attentive to my hands, however. So while I "want" them not to be Age Indicators, it's entirely my fault if they mumble and squeak out the truth of it. DILIGENCE I must work on this! ~jk

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