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Pacifica Tuscan Blood Orange Mini Body Butter

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This body butter smells wonderful and I find it very hydrating. I have already recommended it to a friend :-)

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I'm in love with it. The texture is great, and I like how the scent is more sweet than citrusy. I'd  probably buy more for myself if I didn't have so many lotions right now as it is, I think it would make great gifts for skin care lovers though.

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It smells lovely, two of my daughters used theirs this morning and it smells so good. Waiting to hear from Pacifica if it contains natural raspberries in it or not because I'd love to use mine.

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Smells absolutely divine, but the actual moisturizing properties are nothing to write home about :)

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No raspberries were harmed in making this product. ;) LOL I received an email from them and was told that there isn't any raspberries in it.

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Originally Posted by zadidoll View Post

 

No raspberries were harmed in making this product. ;) LOL I received an email from them and was told that there isn't any raspberries in it.

lmao! Yay so you can use it, that's awesome!

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Originally Posted by zadidoll View Post

 

No raspberries were harmed in making this product. ;) LOL I received an email from them and was told that there isn't any raspberries in it.

 

Soo Awesome I know how bad you wanted to try it.... enjoy

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My sister and I share our Ipsy subscription, and we both LOVE it! We have to trade off days we carry it. The smell is amazing too! I think I might buy a few with the coupon and have them on hold for cute gifts (or myself!).

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I like this lotion a lot. I keep it by my bed and use it at night on my elbows and hands before I go to bed. I think it feels a little sticky/greasy at first but then it soaks in nicely.

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I found some Pacifica lotion at my TJ Maxx today! $3.99 for 2.5 fl oz. I picked up Hawaiian Ruby Guava and Indian Coconut Nectar. They also had French Lilac

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Originally Posted by czaccone View Post

 

I got this and don't like the smell at all, but it looks like I'm the only one! 

..nope, you're not the only one... I don't do many fruity fragrances, and this one is way to orangey for me...

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Normally neither am I however I adore the smell of blood oranges because it's a bit on the tart side than normal oranges at least to me. I think I may have to order the full size of this if something else doesn't come along my way to distract me. LOL

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Oh, I LOVED this stuff <3 The texture was perfect, the smell divine and a little really goes a long way! I'm so buying a full size when my Ipsy one runs out :-)

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I loved the smell. The body butters that I have tried smell really good but aren't very moisturizing. This one smelt soooooo good AND kept my skin moisturized! Love it!! I would definitely recommend it.

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Hello I made a large purchase from Pacifica because I tried the Tuscan Blood Orange body butter and I liked it so much that I purchased a few more items. I was disappointed because it didn't come in a nice package like I have seen on you tube, it looked like they just threw everything in the box. I called their customer service and she said the only time you get a nice box wrapped with a bow is when you get a gift set. I spent like $80. Disappointed.

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