Tokyo Milk Gin & Rosewater Bon Bon Shea Lotion
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Initially I was worried the combination of the shea and green tea would affect the scent in a major way, however -- fortunately -- that wasn't the case. One pleasant surprise I did find, however, was that the scent is quite long lasting! From my experience I found the longevity of Tokyo Milk perfumes to be frustratingly short-lasting, however this lotion lingers in the best possible way, which I love.
As far as the texture for this particular product is concerned -- it is very smooth and pleasant to the touch, not greasy or sticky. I found it fairly emollient and effective enough in softening my hands and cuticles, but no more than any other moisturizer.
In conclusion this is a good product, but not something I would consider a beauty staple so much as a one-time -- or at the most, infrequent -- luxury or splurge. I would certainly recommend it as a gift, however, since the packaging is terribly, terribly lovely and I have yet to discover such unique products to rival Tokyo Milk's.