Ad -  I was gifted these products by Lotil for the purpose of this review. - All thoughts are my own.

Dry skin is something the three of us have been dealing with recently. I've been finding it tricky to find products that would work for us, that is until I came across Lotil. 

For 100 years LOTIL has been regarded as a super cream and given 10/10 by everyone that uses it. Lotil contains powerful emollients that repair and moisturise the most sensitive of skin types. The brand's USP is it combines a variety of properties to prevent infections and the rich, non-greasy and deeply hydrating formula penetrates quickly for practical use.

I've been trying out the range of products above and they really do work. The 30ml is a handy miniature tube that I keep in my handbag and use as a hand cream for when I am out and about. The 50ml tube is also a great size for your handbag but I keep mine on the side in our bedroom so I can grab it and apply to my hands just before bed. The 114ml tub is what we keep in the bathroom and use all over the body. The foot cream is also in a 114ml tub and ideal for the whole family to use too. The foot cream also contains Rosemary Extract, a highly effective anti-oxidant that protects and softens the skin and Aloe Vera, well known for its moisturising and soothing properties.  The lip balm has SPF 30 and  is a great product that I love to use multiple times a day that really does work at keeping my lips soft and hydrated

The creams really are as described: a rich, non-greasy and deeply hydrating formula.  A little goes a long way and my skin really has been alot more hydrated and less flakey when using the Lotil products. When I first tried the cream as it's a rich formula I did wonder how easily it would absorb into my skin but once you start rubbing it in it absorbes quickly. My skin now feels a lot more hydrated since using Lotil. I definitely need to get Stuart and Blake to start using it more often. If you have very dry skin like us I definitely recommend giving Lotil a try. 


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