Tokyo Milk Gin & Rosewater Bon Bon Shea Butter Rich Lotion
Revive your skin with Tokyo Milk Gin & Rosewater No. 12 Body Butter!
Tokyo Milk Gin & Rosewater No. 12 Body Butter is a botanical blend that showers the skin with moisture and penetrates the skin with rejuvenating active ingredients to provide a youthful luster and vibrant glow.
Recommended Skin Types
Tokyo Milk Gin & Rosewater No. 12 Body Butter is recommended for all skin types and conditions. It is particularly helpful for dry, dehydrated skin.
Moisturizes the skin
Protects the skin from extrinsic age factors with a potent blend of antioxidants
Nourishes the skin with nutrients
Soothes and cools the skin while enhancing the healing process
Refines the skin surface for a silky-smooth texture
How to Apply
Gently massage Tokyo Milk Gin & Rosewater No. 12 Body Butter into the skin all over the body until it is fully absorbed. Don’t be afraid to use a lot! Use after every bath, shower, or as needed to moisturize and nourish the skin.
Tip - Keep Tokyo Milk Gin & Rosewater No. 12 Body Butter in your purse so you can freshen up dry areas any time.
Japanese Green Tea - cools the skin on contact, reducing symptoms of irritation while boosting the skin’s natural healing process; smoothes the skin surface and reduces the appearance of pores; protects the skin from free radicals and environmental age factors
Mimosa Bark - nourishing botanical that soothes and calms inflammation and irritation; rejuvenates the skin with nutrients
Dandelion - loaded with antioxidants to protect the skin from extrinsic age damage; nourishing botanical balances the skin, providing a smooth, clear, radiant complexion
Shea Butter - from an African nut, a moisturizing blend that penetrates the skin with hydration while enhancing natural lipid barriers to lock it in; lubricates the skin for a silky-smooth texture; antioxidant protection; improves cellular activity for a smoother, firmer, less wrinkled complexion
The complete ingredients list for Tokyo Milk Gin & Rosewater No. 12 Body Butter is currently not available.