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Everyone Lotion, Lavender and Aloe, 32 Ounce

Everyone lotion for everyone and every body. An ultra moisturizing lotion made with pure essential oils and herbal extracts to keep your skin soft and smooth.

Key features

  • Contains 1 – 32 ounce bottle
  • 3 in 1: Face, hands, body light enough for your face and hydrating and moisturizing enough for hands and body, soothes and softens skin for the whole family
  • Gentle and fragrant with ingredients and essential oils that are pure, natural and organic
  • Paraben free, polysorbate free, disodium EDTA free, vegetarian, GMO free, gluten free, cruelty free
  • 3 in 1: Face, hands, body light enough for your face and hydrating and moisturizing enough for hands and body, soothes and softens skin for the whole family
  • Gentle and fragrant with ingredients and essential oils that are pure, natural and organic
  • Paraben free, polysorbate free, disodium EDTA free, vegetarian, GMO free, gluten free, cruelty free

Honest reviews

★★★★★

Misleading Description

I bought this product becauase of the amount of lotion you receive for the price. I have made the switch to all natural lotions that do not contain a plethora of chemical ingredients. Before buying this product I thoroughly read the list of ingredients before purchasing. When I opened the package I also read the label on the lotion only to discover that it contains DIMETHICONE. I do not use products that contain this ingredient and I was very upset to find that they leave the last few ingredients on the bottle OUT of the description on the amazon listing. This is extremely misleading and upsetting. I am filing a return right now and I will not purchase from this company again.

Abigail Abington, CT
★★★★★

5 stars for the excellent ingredients, 2 stars for the questionable ones

This is a light lotion and will not serve as an adequate substitute for those who need a thick cream such asCetaphil. However, for those who are looking for a hand lotion, or who do not have excessively dry skin, this might work. I’ve listed below the ingredients and explanations for those whose meaning is not obvious.Of particular note: There are a lot of different preservatives in this product, and to me, at least, it seems like overkill. These include: Vegetable Glycerin, Caprylic/Capric Triglyceride, Sodium Phytate, Tocopheryl, Sodium Phytate, Citric Acid, Phenoxyethanol, Benzyl Alcohol, and Potassium Sorbate. It would be great if they could have kept the natural preservatives, and left out the questionable ones. The safe, natural ones include: Vegetable Glycerin, Caprylic/Capric Triglyceride, Tocopheryl, Citric Acid, Benzyl Alcohol, and Potassium Sorbate.Ingredients: Purified Water, Vegetable Glycerin, Organic Cocos Nucifera (Coconut) Oil, Glyceryl Stearate, Caprylic/Capric Triglyceride, Cetearyl Olivate, Sorbitan Olivate, Stearyl Alcohol, Organic Sesamum Indicum (Sesame) Seed Oil, Tocopherol, Lecithin, Cetyl Alcohol, Cetyl Esters, Hydrolyzed Rice Protein, EO Organic Herbal Blend [Organic Aloe Barbadensis Leaf, Organic Chamomilla Recutita (Matricaria) Flower Extract, Organic Calendula Officinalis Flower Extract, and Organic Camelia Sinensis Leaf Extract, Organic Camelia Sinensis Leaf Extract, EO Essential Oil Blend [Lavandula Augustifolia (Lavender) Oil, Lavandula Hybrida Oil], Xanthan Gum, Sodium Phytate, Dimethicone, Citric Acid, Phenoxethanol, Benzyl Alcohol, Potassium Sorbate
• Vegetable Glycerin: This substance is used in commercial foods and beverages to impart moisture, provide sweetness, and emulsify and preserve food. It is used in cosmetic and medical preparations as a humectant, emulsifier and preservative. It imparts a smooth sensation to the skin or a smooth mouth feel in foods. Glycerine can be made from food-grade fats and oils or petroleum products, but neither food, cosmetic, nor pharmaceutical companies in the U.S. are required to reveal the source of the glycerine they use.
• Glyceryl Stearate: This ingredient is created in a lab by reacting glycerin with stearic acid (a fatty acid obtained from animal and vegetable fats and oils). It functions as a moisturizer, but it can be a skin irritant for people with sensitive skin.
• Caprylic/Capric Triglyceride: This is a substance produced from fatty acids of coconut or palm kernel oil via esterification, a chemical reaction between alcohol and the fatty acid. This process gives the oil a silky feel on the skin. This ester has antioxidant properties, making it a natural preservative, and it is considered safe for sensitive skin. It is often used as a neutral carrier oil for an active ingredient, for example, bioidentical progesterone.
• Cetearyl Olivate & Sorbitan Olivate: These hypoallergenic emulsifiers are derived from olive oil and are used in “natural” cosmetics as a substitute for polyethylene glycol (PEG), a more problematic emulsifier. The fatty acids in olive oil undergo a process called esterification, a chemical reaction between alcohol and a fatty acid. Afterwards they are combined with sorbitol (a sugar alcohol) and cetearyl alcohol (a combination of stearyl alcohol and cetyl alcohol, fatty alcohols derived from coconut oil).
• Stearyl Alcohol: This is a fatty alcohol derived from coconut oil.
• Tocopheryl: This is a form of vitamin E, a safe preservative. It is generally healing to the skin, but some people can develop an allergy to it, resulting in skin rashes, especially around the eyes.
• Lecithin: This substance is prepared by extracting and purifying phospholipids from products such as eggs, soybeans, sunflower and canola seeds. In food products and cosmetics, lecithin is used as an emulsifier. At issue is how exactly it is derived. Lecithin is a fatty substance that is extracted either chemically or mechanically. Certainly some small businesses around the world exist which employ non-toxic, cold-press methods of extraction, but big factories do not. They create lecithin by means of highly toxic, carcinogenic chemicals such benzene and hexane. The food and cosmetic industry are not required to report on their labels how the lecithin they use is extracted, so we have no reliable way of knowing how safe it is.
• Cetyl Alcohol: This oil is produced by hydrogenation of vegetable oils such as palm oil and coconut oil. It is used by the cosmetic industry as an emollient, emulsifier or thickening agent in skin creams and lotions. In rare cases people with eczema find it a skin irritant, but that may be due to impurities in the cetyl alcohol rather than the cetyl alcohol itself.
• Cetyl Esters: This is a type of wax derived from saturated fatty alcohols and saturated fatty acids. It is an emulsifier; it increases viscosity, and it imparts a smooth feel to cosmetics.
• Xanthan Gum: This is a food and cosmetic additive used as a thickening agent and as a stabilizer that keeps ingredients from separating. It is produced by fermenting glucose, sucrose, or lactose with the Xanthomonas campestris bacterium, then processing the resulting polysaccharide with isopropyl alcohol, and drying and grinding the resulting product into a fine powder.
• Sodium Phytate: This compound is a complex sodium salt of phytic acid, which occurs naturally in beans, seeds, nuts and grains. Plants store the mineral phosphorus in phytic acid in a tightly bound molecule which is not easily bioavailable to humans and animals with one stomach. Phytic acid, from any source, is a natural chelating agent. This is a good thing if you wish to remove heavy metals from the body, but a bad thing if it binds with necessary minerals in one’s food, such as calcium, magnesium, iron and zinc, making them non-bioavailable to the body. Phytic acid can also inhibit digestive enzymes. Nutritionists who decry phytic acid, insist that it is important to avoid beans, seeds, nuts and grains–and any other source of it. Phytic acid has the following uses in cosmetics: it blocks the formation of melanin in the skin, so it can bleach it; it inhibits free-radical formation which makes it a natural preservative; it chelates calcium ions, preventing tartar and stain buildup on teeth; it prevents the fatty acids in cosmetics from oxidating (becoming rancid).
• Dimethicone AKA Polydimethylsiloxane (PDMS): This is a lab-created polymer derived from silicon (silicone), a naturally occurring earth element. It is approved for internal and external use. Allergic reactions usually occur when exposed to this substance in the form of a powder. They include itchy, burning skin, hives, dermatitis, swelling of the mouth and breathing problems. Silicone derivatives act as anti-foaming agents and emollients. They make anything they are in more spreadable. They cause skin and hair to feel silky smooth. They create a protective barrier on the skin that acts as a water repellent, much like petrolatum. They can fill in fine lines on the skin and temporarily smooth out wrinkles.
• Citric acid: This is a natural acid found in many fruits which is a safe preservative. It softens water because it has a chelating effect, that is, it binds with minerals and impurities to allow a cleaning formula to work better.
• Phenoxyethanol: This is an organic glycol ether frequently used in cosmetics, vaccines and pharmaceuticals as a preservative. It is also used as a topical antiseptic, as an insect repellent, and as a solvent for dyes, inks, and resins. When information about the dangers of parabens became widely accepted, quite a few cosmetic companies switched to this preservative which initially seemed safe. Unfortunately, research has begun to reveal that it also may be toxic. Many people develop dermatitis from prolonged exposure to it. It can worsen skin conditions like eczema, and there is growing evidence that it may be a xenoestrogen like the parabens.
• Benzyl Alcohol: This substance is used as a preservative in IV medication solutions and in cosmetics because of its bacteriostatic and antipruritic properties. It is considered very low risk. It is produced naturally by many plants and commonly found in fruits and teas. It is found in many essential oils, such as jasmine, hyacinth, and ylang-ylang.
• Potassium Sorbate: This is a preservative that prevents the growth of mold, fungi, and bacteria. It is a potassium salt version of sorbic acid, a naturally occurring polyunsaturated fat. It is derived naturally from the mountain ash tree, but the food industry uses a synthetic version. It is considered non-toxic as it breaks down in the body as water and carbon dioxide.

Lizzie La Plata, NM
★★★★★

I like it

This lotion is what I and my family have been looking for. The smell is nice though some in my family say they don’t like the smell of lavender and mint. Overall a go to lotion and I would buy it again, I plan on buying the soap next time.

Nelda South Union, KY
★★★★★

Amazing quality and great value

I’ve been using this lotion for months and I’m thrilled to say that it is one of the best lotions I’ve used. It soaks in fast and makes my skin feel soft and moisturized but not oily. I have really sensitive skin that’s prone to breakouts but I’ve been using it generously on my face twice a day and haven’t had a problem, and actually I think it makes my skin look great! It has become the only lotion I use at all on hands, face, and body, and it has worked wonders on my dry skin. I avoid artificial fragrances, so I was thrilled to see that this giant and affordable bottle of lotion is scented only with essential oils. I find the lavender fragrance to be on the strong side, but still pleasant, and since it is a natural fragrance it doesn’t stick around all day. Best of all, despite slathering this on day after day for six months, I still have about half a bottle left, making this the best value in "natural" lotion I’ve ever found.

Valerie Ozark, AL
★★★★★

Smells great

This lotion indeed does smell great and is not greasy. My only point to bring up is that the bottle is huge so if you have a smaller shower, this might take up half of the space.

Tania Wedderburn, OR
★★★★★

Great Massage Lotion

My husband and I rub each other’s feet every evening while watching tv, and this lotion has been great for that. It’s not greasy, and yet it retains the "slide" that is so critical to massaging. Leaves the skin feeling very satiny. Nice fragrance also.We like the price, only $9.99–much cheaper than a lot of lotions, and much healthier for you than most too. We try to be very conscious of what’s in the lotions we use–so many preservatives, etc. and this one is better than most.We have, however, recently began using pure, extra-virgin coconut oil, and while it is super greasy, it does feel heavenly once it’s absorbed. We like that it doesn’t have anything harmful in it at all, but again, it’s pretty greasy.

Joan Glen Arbor, MI
★★★★★

Awesome Lotion

This stuff Rocks!!! It isn’t overpowering on smell and keeps me soft all day. What more could you ask of a lotion? The Shower Gel Rocks too… But that’s another review.

Beverley Ulysses, KS
★★★★★

Lotion is runny

This lotion is too runny. It smells nice though but not great for dry areas that’s why I gave it three stars

Alberta New Market, MD
★★★★★

Lavender Blast In My Face! I’m in Heaven ^_^

I’m crazy about lavender I love that spicy, almost citrusy scent of pure lavender oil and how it does soothe my nerves. I have a variation of dermatitis and my skin dries out very quickly, so I wanted something closer to organic (fewer harsh irritants) but in a good quantitiy so I don’t have to buy lotion again every two weeks or so (I have to lotion every day).Man does this fit the bill! It’s thcker than I thought which is great, but absorbs pretty quickly. While I was putting it on I was overwhlemed by the strong lavender scent. I was worried it was going to stay that strong all day, but after a few minutes it had reduced to the "soft" lavendar scent, no spicy undertone. Within an hour there’s really no scent to it at all. This works for me because I do like to wear different perfumes and body mists. So I can use this lotion and my perfumes without worrying about the scents clashing.My skin stays well moisturized all day – I’ve even done the scratch test the folliwng morning before my shower and my skin is still not dry. 32 oz. will easily last me a month and a half, maybe 2 months. And at 10 bucks a bottle that definitely works for my budget.This is my new staple and I will be signing up for the subscribe & save program when I order my next bottle. I hope they don’t change a thing about this stuff, it’s perfect as is and I love it!

Jodie Rentz, GA
★★★★★

Good

I really like the size, price, and the smell of this. I would like the consistency to be a bit thicker. But all over good product. I’ll buy again.

Melisa Blue Eye, MO
★★★★★

so relaxing, so smooth

non greasy and perfectly scented formula will put you right to sleep. I apply it every night and the stress just goes away. Plus it has no nasty ingredients like parabens etc. really nice night time lotion!

Deloris Buffalo Gap, TX
★★★★★

For lavender lovers

This is a great lotion and it smells like real fresh lavender. The smell is at first strong but fade away in the following 5 min. The texture is just write, a good emollient but not greasy at all. Hey, 32 oz! No parabens or chemicals that are toxic for your body…it’s a very good product at a very low price. I hope Amazon is going to keep selling it! I recommend it for those who like the aroma of lavender.

Marina Newberry, MI
★★★★★

Perfect

Smells great and goes on great! One reviewer did mention that it contains dimethicone (reason for the 4 stars just for disclosure sake) which is not in the description. This is true BUT it’s one of the last ingredients listed and if you know anything about product ingredients… the further down the list you go the less of that ingredient is actually in the product. Also reviewers have commented on the smell. I got the lavender & aloe one – I love it. Smells just like the hand sanitizer they offer in that scent. Goes on smooth, smells great and I like it. It has a ton of fantastic ingredients!

Helena Benson, MN
★★★★★

Pretty darn good lotion

First time user of this stuff but so far so good and my husband and I both like the scent. Always willing to try something new in lotions if it is a good price. It says you can use this all over, even your face but I have not tried it on my face yet, everywhere else it works well. Think I will buy another bottle in another scent and see how we like it. Love the big bottle as well as the pump.

Imelda Hudson, FL
★★★★★

Not sticky, soaks in, works!

What is not to love?! The ingredients are fairly good in this lotion and it isn’t so thick that you spend a half hour rubbing it in. We prefer lotions that you can apply quickly and soak in quickly. This is a great basic lotion for everyone. The scent doesn’t last very long but that is honestly preferred. The unscented one has better ingredients but this one has a nice, light, refreshing scent.

Cristina Ahmeek, MI
★★★★★

LOVE!

I bought this when Amazon offered a 20% off coupon. To get the free shipping I went ahead and sprang for the matching body wash, and coconut lemon lotion along with another small item. This lotion is pretty close to perfect. It moisturizes without being greasy, and smells great. I will be buying again.

Sue New Waverly, TX