Body Moisturisers for All Skin Types

Hello Beauties,

With winter literally upon us moisturising our bodies is a must. Body moisturisers are a personal preference, some like thick creams, while other people like thin lotions that absorb quickly. To help navigate the body moisturiser market, I’ve put together a few suggestions to suit everyone’s preferences.


Vaseline Total Moisture Dry Skin*

While this moisturiser is targeted at dry skin, its suitable for all skin types. It’s a really light weight lotion, with a faint scent (I think of Shea Butter). It’s easy and quick to blend into the skin. Also contains Glycerin which is a key ingredient to add moisturiser to the skin.

Manuka Biotic Nourishing Repair Body Lotion*

This contains manuka oil and some of my other faves like jojoba, rosehip and calendula, so you know it’s gonna be hydrating! What’s unique about this body lotion it anti-bacterial and anti-inflammatory to help soothe and moisturiser skin. It has a distinct tea tree oil smell, however I think it must be the Manuka oil… It blends in really quickly into the skin, not heavy and the smell disappears quickly. This would be suitable for all skin types.

QV Skin Lotion*

If you have sensitive skin then this is for you! Really light weight, no scent, easy to blend and fast drying. This lotions also contains 5% Glycerin. Click here for a full review of the QV range.

Palmolive Oil Infusion Body Moisturiser in Rose with Macadamia Oil*

This reminds me of the Redwin Body Lotion, light weight and easy to blend into the skin. What amazed me about this body moisturiser was how fragrant it was, in a good way. It also felt quite nourishing which probably has to do with the macadamia oil. If you have sensitive skin or don’t like heavily scented products than this is a miss.

Antipodes Delight Hand and Body Cream*

Love that this is both a hand and body cream, but its definitely better as a body cream. The texture reminds me of the Aesop Body Balm, quite thick and creamy, takes a while to work into the skin and scented. If you don’t like thick body moisturisers than this is a miss.

Redwin Coconut Oil

Technically not a moisturiser, however I’ve been adding a few pumps of the coconut oil to my body moisturiser for added moisture and have been loving it!

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*This product has been provided for reviewing purposes, all views and opinions are 100% honest.

**Disclaimer: All opinions are based on personal experiences, and are not sponsored. rachelbeautystyle is not a make up artist, beauty or skincare specialist and will not be held liable for any recommendations. Therefore try at your own risk.

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5 thoughts on “Body Moisturisers for All Skin Types

    1. Thanks for following! Its funny how everyone likes different things when it comes to moisturiser! I’ve tried to cover something for everyone in this post. I’m like you, I’m a sucker for a nice scent x


  1. Thank you for your review Rachel, we really enjoyed reading it. Do let us know what you think of our other products, we would love to know. #lovethearoha


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