I was on vacation in Sun Valley, Idaho a couple of weeks ago and discovered a wonderful hand cream. I know this doesn’t sound like a big deal, but hang on. Initially, I was going to refer to Lollia Creme as one of “DivaJulia’s Favorite Things”–then I found out that Oprah had already done just that back when she highlighted products that she loved then gave everyone in her audience those very products. (“YOU get a full-sized tube of Lollia Creme! And, YOU get a full-sized tube of Lollia Creme!“) So, I’m a little late to the party. I’m assuming I’m not the only one.
Sun Valley is very dry, in terms of the constant dampness I’m used to in Seattle. (Especially when I’m out at the pool “sizzling my skinny-fat” all bloody day.) I thought what I had been using was good enough to aid my dry skin, until I found Lollia Creme in a little French shop in town.
A floral heart of ruffled Peony and White Lily with sheer hints of fresh Grapefruit and Orange. A fresh air impression infused with leafy green notes surrounded by a hint of cool, mossy forest paths.
The Lollia signature fragrance. Light as a breeze fluttering over soft organza. Lush floral infusions of Peony & White Lily are at play with Lavender and Violet, creating a fresh fragrance that will become your everyday favorite. A luxurious botanical handcreme with rich Shea Butter and Macadamia Nut Oils to nourish hands. Each fine detail is thoughtfully presented to make this an aesthetic treasure outside and inside.
I could almost hear my skin saying, “ahhhhhh” upon application. Lollia is very rich and luxurious, without being greasy. A little goes a long way, as they say. I did use it on my arms and legs as well as my hands and feet. The scent is perfect; light, fresh and NOT powdery or cloying. It’s a lovely match with the Jo Malone White Jasmine and Mint fragrance that I wear daily; it blends and doesn’t compete. I noticed, too, that Lollia has their own fragrance to layer with the creme, as well as candles! Hmmmm…I did say I was fickle when it came to “signature” scents, didn’t I?
Disclosure: The opinions expressed herein are those of the author and are not indicative of the opinions or positions of Lollia. Product was purchased by DivaJulia/The Beauty Stop; no compensation was received in exchange for this review.