I received this product as a birthday present from one of my best friends, because she thought it would be good for me to have a good lotion for my growing belly. However, I wasn't expecting to love this product so much as to include it into my everyday beauty routine.

As many of you know Lush prides itself in making body products that are made with natural ingredients, as well as non-animal tested, and very healthy for the environment and for you. And this Ro's Argan Body Conditioner, as they call it, is nothing short of that. This product has been incredible for moisturizing my body, my growing belly and I've even loved it as a face moisturizer. It doesn't really have a harsh smell or scent, which is perfect for me since I can't use products with strong fragrances. And even though it comes in a very small container, since it was a part of a kit, it has lasted me a long time since I use it every day. Also, this product is meant to be used with water, however I've also loved using it by just applying it to my skin dry.

An important thing to keep in mind is that this product leaves your skin almost "shiny-like", which is one of the reasons I've loved it since summer is on its way and I want to look like I'm glowing. However, I know this isn't something everyone likes, so keep that in mind before buying. I also mentioned I've even used this product for my face. I do have to give my disclaimer that my skin gets extremely dry so I love the "glow" it gives my face, however I wouldn't recommend this product to someone who naturally has oily skin since it could be too much of a glow.

Overall, I think this is great summer moisturizer and I've absolutely loved it as a pregnant belly moisturizer, specially since my skin has started to itch, so I apply a bit more and it relieves the need to scratch.

Here's a video on how to use this product:

You can buy this product HERE.


  1. Yay for lush, I like their philosophy and I love that they're products are actually awesome, my poor skin is currently sitting here wondering why I've neglected the conditioning process! :P

  2. Thank you for the tip (: Sadly I have oily skin so it won't work for me haha.




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