Atopalm Review

I’ve said before that I love scented lotions from places like Victoria’s Secret and Bath & Body Works, but I don’t stay excited about them for very long after I’ve initially purchased them.

Surprisingly, it’s plainly packaged lotions that are lightly scented or not scented at all from Atopalm that have earned themselves a spot on my nightstand. Prior to receiving a box of Atopalm products, I was unfamiliar with the company. Atopalm lotions are designed especially for those with constant skin dryness. They contain no parabens, and contain ingredients from plants that liken to our natural skin.

For the past few weeks, I have been enjoying the Moisturizing Body Lotion ($30), Moisturizing Hand Treatment ($18), and Moisturizing Foot and Heel Balm ($18). I’ve been extremely pleased with the results of each product, so here is how each one individually has worked for me.

Moisturizing Body Lotion (10 fl. oz.)

Atopalm’s Moisturizing Body Lotion is really fast absorbing. I love putting it on after showering, and especially after shaving my legs. There is a slight, spicy pleasant fragrance to the lotion. It contains Vitamin E, has no parabens, and is actually really soothing. Before more products showed up at my door to try, I was also using this on my feet when the itching from my dry skin became unmanageable. Just seconds after putting it on my feet, I felt relieved and experienced a nice soothing, tingling sensation.

Moisturizing Hand Treatment (4 fl. oz.)

My hands get less dry than any other part of my body, but occasionally I find myself needing extra moisture for my hands. When using the hand treatment, it’s effective immediately. With regular use, the Moisturizing Hand Treatment is said to reduce signs of aging, including fine lines and wrinkles.

Moisturizing Foot and Heel Balm (4 fl. oz.)

I keep my feet hidden because they have dry, cracked skin and are not pleasant to look at. I’m always self-conscious about my feet when I have no other choice but to go barefoot (e.g., the swimming pool during the summer). Atopalm’s Moisturizing Foot and Heel Balm has been more effective for me than any other product I have tried designed especially for feet. Since it absorbs quickly, I can sleep with my feet uncovered and not be fearful that most of the product I just applied will rub off onto my sheets. I like to use this at night, in the morning, and any time I just need a hydration boost for my feet. I’m thrilled with this balm, and will definitely be ordering some the minute I run out.

Disclosure: I was not financially compensated for this post. I received a sample of the product for review purposes. The opinions are my own, based on my personal experience with the product.


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