The times when a product entrances me are few and far between. But Sunday Riley’s body lotion ‘Disrobe’ has done just that. I am thoroughly mesmerized by it.
I was browsing the Sunday Riley section of Barneys over the weekend and the clerk told me I had to try Disrobe. I thought it was just a ploy to get me to buy more than what I came for (which it probably was). She put a bit of the slightly liquidy moisturizer on the back of my hand while I was paying and sent me on my way with my purchase and a few samples. I didn’t think much of it until I left the store and looked down at the back of my hand. It was so youthful, supple, silky and glowy. I kept telling my friends to touch my hand and check out the difference. I probably came across as a bit batty, somewhat like Meryl Streep in Death Becomes Her.
Upon further investigation this lotion is formulated to rapidly restore moisture to dry, photo-damaged, and lackluster skin. Skin will appear smoother, softer, more hydrated, and more firm afterwards. It penetrates a deeper dermal level to truly soften, subtly removing the upper levels of dry tissue to reveal a more desirable texture and appearance. Humectants pull water into the skin, while shea butter and squalene lock hydration in place.
Oddly enough, the marketing copy about skin being firmer, detoxified and more refreshed was 100% true. It’s so nice to see a product actually do what it’s supposed to!
The sad part? Well, it’s $65 for about 7 ounces. So this is a definite splurge and if you can afford to slather this all over AM and PM well good for you and will you please buy me a bottle?
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