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Today's post is all about the rest of my skincare...

Soap & Glory Rich & Foamous Body Wash: I mean what can you say about a body wash other than how it makes your skin feel and what it smells like? This stuff makes my skin oh so soft and smells like maple sugar, I'm in love!

Soap & Glory The Breakfast Scrub: It's part of the same "range" as Rich & Foamous, so the smell is the same and it does an even better job as leaving soft skin! Once a week use is all you need so this stuff lasts a long time.

Bath & Body Works Body Cream: My holy grail body cream. I always go back to this in between trying other lotions, just in case I find something better if that's possible! It's the perfect combination of smelling great, hydration, and sinks into the skin amazingly!

Fresh Sweet Vanilla Frosting Hand Lotion: I surprisingly really like this! The smell can be a bit much on the sweet side, but I typically use this in increments of pea-sized amounts. Too much and it feels like your hands are wet, but your skin absorbs it quickly enough so it's not that big of a deal. 

EOS Hand Lotion: I forgot (maybe) to mention this on the first post of the month, but this is actually pretty close to Bath & Body Works lotion. My only complaint is the smell, it can be a bit much at times. Also, the cap is near impossible to open, I think I might break a nail each time...

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