The skincare routine for my body is almost as demanding as my face routine. Some people are surprised by the time I spend taking care of my body each
day night. Yes, night, because I shower at night and I love it! And being quite insomniac I have all the time in the world for a demanding but relaxing beauty routine, which includes Planta Optima Argan Oil Body Cream.
I use this body moisturizer for my buttocks and my legs because it contains ingredients that improve microcirculation so it’s useful to prevent cellulite or improve the aspect of the skin if you already have it.
Among its main ingredients there are sweet almond oil, jojoba oil and shea butter that moisturize and nourish the skin. Mine is quite dry and I usually had to apply tons of moisturizer but since I started to use Planta Optima Body Cream I feel it more hydrated. As you can see, I like this cream so much that I stocked up on it!
Its texture is very soft and light. It absorbs quite quickly but you don’t have to overdo. The first time I used it I applied too much (that is to say the usual the amount I had to apply when I used other body lotions and moisturizers) so I had to take it off with a tissue.
Planta Optima Body Cream is suitable for vegans and it doesn’t contain parabens, PEGs, acrylates and artificial colors. The company makes its products counteracting CO2 emissions by planting trees in urban areas.
The only con of this body cream is that, at least where I live, I can find it only in a shop, which is Caddy’s, a chain of stores that sell products for personal hygiene, make-up brands like L’Oréal, Rimmel, Maybelline and other Italian brands like Deborah Milano and products for the hygiene of the house.
Its price is pretty affordable because I paid it less than 6€ for a tube that contains 200ml of products that really lasts a lot.
Talking about affordability, I realized it is something moot. I read the complaints of girls who thought that a 3€ eyeshadow was way too expensive while I thought it was a bargain. So, this is another case that proves that you cannot please everyone.
When in Italy buy… is a series of post I recently started. Read the previous post here.