Avojuice Skin Quenchers Caramel cream Juicie 6.6 oz  » Health  »
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  • I decided to try out their caramel cream juicie lotion
  • I love the taste and smell of caramel, and even though I don’t usually use “food” scents on my body as a rule, I definitely made an exception for caramel and vanilla
  • This product comes in an interesting-looking, curvy bottle that stands out on the shelf
  • I would not consider this a product for heavy duty dry skin, but more for a light summer moisturizer
  • I would recommend it with the understanding that it is only a very light moisturizer


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      I am a regular user of OPI nail polish, and when I saw that the same company that makes OPI also had a skin care line, I was curious. I decided to try out their caramel cream juicie lotion. I love the taste and smell of caramel, and even though I don’t usually use “food” scents on my body as a rule, I definitely made an exception for caramel and vanilla. This product comes in an interesting-looking, curvy bottle that stands out on the shelf.

      The ingredients include avocado oil and aloe, which happen to be two favorite ingredients of mine for body products. I use avocado oil often for massage and aloe almost constantly in various products. When I got the lotion in, I opened it


      to try a little on my hands.

      I found it to smell absolutely amazing. It reminded me of ice cream with hot caramel topping. There was supposed to be a hint of fig and citrus as well, according to the package, and I did detect something a little different but couldn’t put my finger on it.

      Anyway, it smells yummy. I am diabetic so this is a way for me to enjoy such treats in a safer fashion. (Although I admit, I do cheat sometimes.

      ) The lotion was a light, silky one that had a nice feel to it. It moisturized my hands fairly well. I would not consider this a product for heavy duty dry skin, but more for a light summer moisturizer.

      It is comfortable and nice ...


      • after a shower or bath for all over use. The fragrance does linger for awhile, so it’s best to wear it on a day that you don’t plan conflicting fragrances. You could get away with vanilla, apple, or pear easily to wear with this.

        When my hands were really dry from doing a full day of housework, I tried using this to perk them back up. It wasn’t enough. It is not a product that can heal up serious dryness, so its usage is a bit limited to casual use.

        It’s more of a novelty lotion. I did find a good use for it. Someone gave me a chocolate face mask and I had a matching chocolate bath bomb.

        These two products were on the extreme side of

        hydrating, which is one reason I had not used them much. The chocolate bath bomb was so rich in shea butter that you didn’t really need a lotion for afterward, but it seemed like such a good match for the caramel that I used the two together, covering myself in the lotion after the chocolate scented soak and mask. It was a unique experience that left me craving a chocolate turtle sundae.

        It also made everyone else in the house insane trying to find where I had hidden the dessert they thought they smelled. If you have a caramel lover in your life, this would make a most excellent gift for them. I would recommend it with the understanding that it is only a very light moisturizer.




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