lipickar
La Roche Posay’s Lipikar Baume intensely moisturises and soothes extremely dry skin and claims to soothe and restore skin’s moisture levels in very dry skin with a quickly absorbed, non-sticky finish. It is fragrance-free and contains La Roche-Posay Thermal Spring water to comfort skin. It is suitable for babies, children and adults. Available here for R300.

MY THOUGHTS

This cream behaves much like Avène’s body cream. It’s also a thick white cream that I use when I get out of the shower. I don’t think I’m using it wrong nor do I think I put too much on but I’m still left feeling sticky, even though the product claims to have a non-sticky finish. It provides superb moisturisation, and I’m very happy with it. If I want it to be a bit special, I’ll squeeze some into the palm of my hand and add a few drops of Rose, Geranium, Lavender or Sweet Orange oil. All in all, an effective moisturiser for dry, dehydrated skin.
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the verdict?

I think both creams perform similarly well, with both being superior, long-lasting, fragrance-free moisturisers. Which body moisturisers do you love?
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