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Ligne St.Barth Vanille Body Lotion Review

Ligne St. Barth Lotion

I apologize about not updating my blog. I’ve been sick and really in no place to trust my sniffer. I’m feeling better and I’m trying to catch up.

Ligne St. Barth Vanilla Body Lotion is really a product for the vanilla lover. This is more of an “oceanic” vanilla. It is sweet and tropical with hints of salt water. This is definitely a vanilla scent. It’s sweet but not as sweet as other vanilla scents on the market that are trying to resemble baked goods. This is a nice tropical vanilla. It reminds me a of a vanilla scented tanning lotion. You get a whiff of salty sea air with this lotion. I think that is what makes it special.

The formula is rich but thin in consistency. It needs rubbed in thoroughly. It leaves a shiny residue on the skin that resembles the appearance of oiled skin. (It has a rich avocado oil base and you can tell). This looks amazing on bare legs. I do think when the weather gets warmer that I will use this product as a “leg sheen”. It really adds a nice “glow” to my legs and it smells nice. It makes my legs look like they’ve been “oiled” but it doesn’t leave that kind of mess.

The scent of this lotion mixes well with all vanilla based scents. I’ve worn it with Prada EDP, various La Maison de la Vanille EDTs, Susanne Lang Vanilla Coconut , and even Guerlain Shalimar EDP.  The scent of this lotion “enhances” the vanilla in other fragrances.

It’s a pricey lotion but it is a hard to find luxury product. I’m sure you could find something cheaper like it but I don’t have to explain the luxury market to you.

This lotion comes in 2 sizes with the 4.2 oz bottle retailing for $36 at Beautyhabit. 

*Sample obtained by me. Product pic from Ligne St. Barth. Post contains an affiliate link. Thanks!

2 thoughts on “Ligne St.Barth Vanille Body Lotion Review

  1. I love vanilla! But, I hate the stuff at like VS or Body Fantasies, whatever it is that Wal-Mart carries. I would love to try a higher end vanilla lotion.

    1. This is much better than the other 2 brands you mentioned. But, I do think it is comparable to B&BW Warm Vanilla Sugar which I love.

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