L’Occitane Hand Cream: I started using L’Occitane products when I borrowed a friend’s hand cream, which was L’Occitane’s Cherry Blossom Hand Cream. After my skin has suffered through the bitter cold of a Chicago winter, I splurge on the hand cream. It might not be the cheapest but it is incredibly effective. I have become obsessed with the smell of all of L’Occitane’s Cherry Blossom products, but after spending fifteen minutes in Sephora smelling each hand cream, and after I was asked by three different Sephora workers if they could help me, I decided that Cherry Blossom, Melting Honey, and the original Shea Butter Hand Cream have the best smells.
L’Occitane Cherry Blossom Eau de Toilette: As I mentioned, I have become obsessed with the Cherry Blossom smell, so I bought a set of Cherry Blossom products at Sephora. Included in the set, is the Cherry Blossom perfume, and I like that it smells great but still has a natural, not overwhelming, smell.
L’Occitane Cherry Blossom Lip Balm: I ended up liking this lip balm more than I expected, as it looks and has the texture of lip gloss but it goes on as a hydrating lip balm. I like that it is not heavy or greasy, and it just lightly moisturizes your lips. It does not have any color to it, but it does have a light Cherry Blossom scent.
L’Occitane Cherry Blossom Bath & Shower Gel: I am not a fan of this body wash as it did not foam or suds up enough, it left my skin feeling waxy after I used it, and the Cherry Blossom smell was too faint even though the Cherry Blossom scent was the reason I bought the product.
L’Occitane Cherry Blossom Shimmering Lotion: The lotion feels great, but since it has a little shimmer in it I do not regularly use it. If I get a pedicure or I am wearing shoes where my feet are visible, I will put some of the lotion on my feet to add a slight shimmer.