- Suave Professionals Moroccan Infusion Body Lotion is clinically proven to moisturize as well as Moroccanoil® Body Soufflé. Moroccanoil® is a registered trademark of Moroccanoil Inc
- Our Moroccan Infusion lotion is infused with authentic Moroccan argan body oil
- Non-greasy, 24 hour moisturization
- Luxurious fragrance
- Leaves your skin beautifully silky and stunningly radiant
Unlike many of the other reviewers, I don’t care for the fragrance of this lotion. It smells okay in the container, but takes on a very artificial smell on my skin. I had a couple of friends try it and they had the same experience. I’m not saying it’s a universal experience, but it’s a deal-breaker for me. Add to that the fact that the ingredients are incredibly common; not special at all. I’ve listed each ingredient below and its use in case you’d like more information on them. Suave’s advertising suggests that the distinguishing quality of this lotion is the Moroccan argan oil. But there’s no telling how much or how little of that oil is in the product. It’s the 18th ingredient listed, after the methylparaben and two other preservatives! Since manufacturers aren’t required to tell us how much of each ingredient they use in their products, we have to guess. The FDA only requires that ingredients be listed “in descending order of predominance” with some exceptions, the most relevant of which is “Ingredients present at a concentration not exceeding 1% may be listed in any order after the listing of the ingredients present at more than 1% in descending order of predominance.” So, is the Moroccan Argan Oil one of the 1% ingredients? Can’t tell.Water, Glycerin (a common humectant), Stearic Acid (commonly used fatty acid used as emollient, thickener), Dimethicone (common silicone, slip agent, emollient), Caprylic/Capric Triglyceride, Glycol Stearate (common thickener, emulsifier, emollient), PEG-100 Stearate (fatty acid used as emollient, thickener), Petrolatum (basically generic Vaseline; a common occlusive, emollient, anti-irritant), Cyclopentasiloxane, Phenoxyethanol (common preservative), Glyceryl Stearate (a common thickener, emulsifier, emollient), Fragrance, Caprylyl Glycol (preservative), Cetyl Alcohol, Acrylates/C10-30 Alkyl Acrylate Crosspolymer (a film-forming, holding agent), Triethanolamine, Methylparaben (a common, preservative; one of the controversial parabens), Argania Spinosa Kernel Oil (argan oil), Hydrogenated Coconut Oil, Butyrospermum Parkii (Shea) Butter, Propylparaben (a common, preservative; one of the controversial parabens), Prunus Amygdalus Dulcis (Sweet Almond Oil) (a common, nonfragrant emollient), Disodium EDTA (ethylenediaminetetraacetic acid is a stabilizer), Stearamide AMP, Carbomer (a common thickener, emulsifier), Titanium Dioxide (CI 77891) (common thickener, whitener).
At first I loved this lotion and thought it smelled and felt great. Then, after having it for a month, it became sticky like glue and I had to throw the bottle away. This doesn’t make any sense because it was sitting on my desk at work the entire time. I have another bottle of lotion on my desk and it still works just as great as it did when i first got it. Unfortunately, the Suave lotion is now in the trash. Don’t buy this product.
Banish dry, winter skin
I’ve been on a quest to find a body cream that actually works all day, not just for the few minutes after application. This lotion is amazing! It goes on easily, no tugging at skin already delicate from the dry heat and cold winds of winter. It has a mild, pleasant scent, and hours after application, my skin still feels smooth and supple. The people at Suave made a genius product! I also love the ample 18 ounces. Brava!
This is an excellent hand and body cream, particularly useful during the winter months, when indoor heat tends to over dry the skin. The scent is lovely, and the cream produces lasting results. Highly recommended.
Love this fragrance
I love this wonderful fragrance and I use the shampoo, conditioner, and some of the styling products in this line. I was delighted to see that this body lotion has been added to this line. It is a lightweight moisturizer – not heavy or greasy and gives me just the right amount of moisturizing for everyday use. It smells slightly different than the shampoo but still has the same underlying scent that is in the rest of the product line. It is fairly strong and I don’t use any additional perfume with it. I don’t think the scent is heavy or overwhelming, though.
Beautiful smell and oh the softness of my skin after using it!
benefitsWinter in the Northeast lives my skin dry as a bone.Having a top notch product dedicated to softening and moisturizing it is a gift.Suave has put together a great scented and lovely product her and it is somethingyou only need a little bit of to garner the benefits.I would have given it 5 stars but if you use a heavy application it feels greasy and takesa long time to be absorbed by the skin.So just a light few drops and you are set for a day in the cold or a night of peaceful rest.I would certainly suggest this to a friend to enjoy, especially the lovely and plesantly haunting smell.
Moroccan sounds great. Light-weight and easily absorbent, yes. The price also reflects its efficacy. If you are like me, who has dry skin in the winter and needs a good moisturizer to prevent it from dryness and itchiness, as well as a good value, this may not be the right one. It is just not thick enough for me. I use Gold Bond, and it works wonder for me in the winter. It is thick, non-greasy, lasting, and is well priced. If your skin is not too dry as mine, Suave body lotion may work perfectly.
My hands love this stuff. It’s been a super dry winter here so I’m always reaching for lotion. I like the light scent of this product as well as the way it goes on.Too often lotions are either greasy or tacky after I put them on. This one is neither. It did the trick for me. My hands drank it up! I will be getting another bottle when this one runs out. I don’t need a ton of it so I expect that it will last me a while. :DBecause I’m on the computer a lot,the fact that it absorbs so fast is a really good thing for me.
Medium Weight Moisterizer. Smells just like the Suave Moroccan Infusion Shampoo & Conditioner.
I am a fan of Suave’s Moroccan Infusion Shampoo & Conditioner, so was very excited to receive Suave’s Moroccan Infusion Body Lotion.The lotion did not disappoint & has the same scent as the shampoo & conditioner. As with the shampoo & conditioner, the body lotion scent is not a heavy scent (like the Bath & Body lotions). The scent is more of a tropical scent rather than a floral scent. The scent does stay with you for a little while, but it is not overwhelming nor strong enough for you to be considered "sharing" it with your fellow co-workers.The body lotion is a medium weight lotion & suitable for hands & body – very similar to most brand name body lotions on the market. It is not a heavy, thick cream. It moisturizes well and gives good coverage.If you are not a floral body lotion fan and like the Moroccan Infusion line, this is a product that you will like a lot.
Moroccan argan oil seems to be the cosmetic ingredient du jour these days. Whatever it is, it smells delicious and this light, smooth lotion is altogether yummy and less cheap-smelling than other Suave products. The price is right, too.
This has a very soothing texture and helped with my dry skin. I had no irritations or signs of allergic reactions etc. I wasn’t in agreement with them about the smell. I prefer a stronger aroma, like coconut or something that gave the skin a little more of a scent. This would be great for people who do not like strong scents from their lotions. It is very subtle. The pump is very easy to use and allows you to use just a little at a time as opposed to a tube, which often squirts out too much at once. There is a lot in there and the bottle was completely full. They don’t cheat you on product by leaving a quarter of the top empty, etc.
Love the smell. It is a light weight moisturizer.
Nothing Special …
Honestly, I’ve been more suspicious of marketing buzzwords after seeing George Carlin’s bit on advertising (“Old Fashioned: It’s supposed to take you back to the good ole days when Grandma used to cook … back when Botulism was still considered a sauce.”). “Professional” and “Infusion” are two of those marketing words, in my opinion, that make things seem way more serious and advanced than they really are. SUAVE PROFESSIONALS MOROCCAN INFUSION BODY LOTION is one of those products that sounds ground-breaking, but doesn’t deliver any real magic … at least no more than any other Suave body lotion.MOROCCAN INFUSION does a good job of temporarily smoothing and softening skin. I found the lotion to be thinner and less greasy than I had expected. The scent, more subtle than anticipated, was not particularly unique. This product works fine as a post-shower/pre-bed skin treatment, but may not be powerful enough for those with severely dry skin, especially on their hands. While professionals may use the product and I am assuming “Argania Spinosa Kernal Oil” is the “Moroccan” elixir being “infused” (along with other greasy softeners like sweet almond oil, coconut oil and shea butter), this product is a decent standard body lotion with an overly-sophisticated name. Plus, I’m always a little skeptical of the rush to add ingredients with “healing” qualities to every product on the market … RIP Mr. Carlin.
I will be honest here, this isn’t my primary body lotion. I have a goto lotion which I use everyday for my body. However, I found this product to be very useful in the kitchen or bathroom for the times you need spot lotioning. Like when you use a really harsh soap for washing your hands, and you need a spot moisturizing, this is perfect. The scent isn’t overpowering, so that’s a plus. The lotion dissolves nicely, so you don’t have to worry about feeling oily like you do with some lotions that just won’t dissipate. Quite honestly, like I said, this is one of the best spot lotions out there.
Smooth Skin with Suave
I am not really sure what Moroccan oil is but can say that this is a better than average body lotion. The scent is pleasant and lingers unobtrusively for several hours after application. It seems to take care of the tight, itchy feeling that takes over my skin in the winter at a price that is reasonable. Suave has always been a reliable choice for me and this is another good addition to their product line up.
Great for normal skin
Suave Professionals Body Lotion, Moroccan Infusion has lots of potential for individuals who have occasionally dry skin. I find it a bit too perfumed and have to pair it with another moisturizer to last. When I use it alone on my dry skin, I use more applications than I would typically use.
Lovely feel, smells okay
Our entire family suffers from dry skin in the winter. We stay away from the medicated lotions since they can be costly and also sting on really dry skin. This Suave product comes in the familiar Moroccan Infusion brand bottle, similar to the shampoo and conditioner in the same line, and smells exactly the same as those hair products. I didn’t necessarily want the same scent for the hand lotion, but considering it is highly moisturizing with virtually no greasy film left on your hands whatsoever, I will rate this four solid stars. The super large pump bottle comes in handy and we keep this out all winter to keep our hands smooth, soft and well hydrated. It goes on light and blends in easily. Suave is very affordable, and has really stepped up their image and quality in the past several years, so it’s my new go-to brand when I need dependable, affordable body products for the entire family.
I thought this lotion was just okay. Pretty much on par for a bargain brand of lotion. Yes, my skin felt moisturized, but the lotion seemed a bit on the thin side and I thought the scent was just okay – maybe even a little bit old-ladyish – like vintage 70’s Jergens. Usually I’m willing to pay more for a more indulgent experience. If you’re a bargain hunter using a lot of lotion, this is not bad.
I am already a fan of Suave lotions or was more of a fan before they changed my Cocoa Butter lotion, it doesn’t smell like chocolate anymore, so I won’t be buying that scent anymore. But on to the Moroccan Infusion.First week of using this I put it on one side of my body and my Suave not so Cocoa anymore lotion on the other side. The side I used the Moroccan Infusion on stayed hydrated the whole day, the other side seemed to get "ashy" which is unusual. I like the texture of the lotion, it is smooth and not greasy. The scent I had to get used to, not so much as the smell itself but I think more or less my allergies and how they were getting along with the outside world that day. It is not a very over powering smell but it is different, it dies down though and I hardly notice it, although other people smell it and think it smells good and that’s a plus right? right!I love using this on my hands and my feet after my bath I put this lotion on and my socks, softens them up. It is a good lotion and I like it, but I do not think I will purchase this scent.Oh and I do not like the phrase Clinically prove to moisturize as well as Moroccanoil..seriously?
Excellent Moisturizer but Way Too Much Perfume
This is an excellent moisturizer. This lotion immediately removes ash and sinks into your skin. After a bath/shower, you smooth this on and your skin feels wonderful. The only drawback is the amount of perfume. There is wayyy too much scent in this huge bottle. My suggestion is that Suave cuts the perfume in half and this will be a Star Five product. Lastly, great moisturizer but a little toooo much perfume.
Not so good for me-too oily
Moroccan Argan Oil is a HOT product these days. I love using it in my hair so thought I’d give this lotion a try. Its a sizeable bottle and should last you through the winter months when your skin is so dry from the hot house air and frigid outside air.I opened it up and took a whiff. Like one of the other reviewers, I also found that this smells ok in the container, but takes on a very artificial smell on my skin. I can live with that, don’t love it but I can deal. I applied some before I went to bed. It is greasier than my current lotion, but thats ok in the winter. However, about an hour after applying it, I started to break out in a rash and was SOOOO itchy!!!!!!!!!!! I had to get out of bed and take a shower and benadryl it was so bad.My husband is now using it and not having any problems. So if you are sensitive you may want to try another lotion.
My skin has never been softer…
This stuff is great. I don’t think my skin has been this soft since I was a kid. I just use a little on my arms and legs every night and they are really silky smooth. I like the smell of this even though I can’t tell you what it smells like since it doesn’t say anything but fragrance on label and made with Moroccan Argan Oil. It goes on oily but turns into smooth real quick. I try not to use too much of it at bed time though because the smell can be a little overpowering when you are enveloped in blankets. Besides, a little dab will do anyway. Your skin will look radiant after just a few days of use. Love it!
Nice moisture, fragrance is a little much
With kids and pets and a house to maintain, plus all the germ exposure at school, I wash my hands a lot, so they are frequently dry. As a result, I go through a lot of lotion. This lotion has a nice consistency and is fairly fast-absorbing, and I really like how soft it makes my hands feel, but the smell is a little much. It smells a bit like Nag Champa incense, which is a nice aroma, but pretty intense. With the smell this strong just on my hands, I can’t imagine using it as an all-over body lotion; it conflicts with my perfume and is stronger than I usually wear a fragrance. Perhaps they also have this in an unscented version I can look for.
Suave is getting smarter
age: 56skin type: slightly sensitive and dry in winter.I’m loving that Suave is experimenting with its products! Making it affordable in a time when I need affordable products–not every beauty product has to cost a lot to be effective. I admit it’s been years since I’ve tried Sauve products, so these new lines (I have some of their new shampoo, too, that I love) give me a chance to explore.First off, the scent is lovely. Sometimes scented products are too flowery, or have an "old lady scent" (okay, I’m 56, I’m in that category perhaps, but I’m talking our grandma’s old lady products 😀 ), or have a slightly "chemical" scent mix with whatever they think smells good. But this Suave product really does have a wonderful scent that makes it a pleasure to apply . . . mmmmmmmmm! I’m wearing it now with nothing else -just the lotion – just kidding; I have on clothes – you don’t have to stab your eyes out *teeheehee* . . . .It smooths on the skin pleasantly, and leaves my skin soft and silky.So, thank you, Sauve – I need some affordable beauty products until my novels make me millions (hahahahahahahaha – dang). Worth the five-star rating, yeah.
Wonderful lotion…so silky
I have been using this about 2 weeks it is amazing. A couple days ago my husband mentioned how soft my skin felt, I realized it had that newly shaved silky smooth feeling and well I was not newly shaved it was this wonderful lotion. Furthermore; I have very dry skin in the winter and this was worked miracles for that as well lastly, the smell is light and pleasant I can’t stand overpowering sweet smells I love this lotion. Highly recommended!
Lovely Scent, Not the Strongest Lotion
In winter, my hands often crack and bleed. I need a moisturizer that works very well, and doesn’t come off easily. When this lotion arrived, I was thrilled – it has a luscious scent, the same as all the other Suave Moroccan Infusion products. I globbed a bit on my hands, and liked how they felt when the lotion soaked in.It didn’t last. As soon as I washed my hands, they felt as rough as sandpaper. I quickly went back to my heavy-duty lotion, which is boring and unscented, but keeps my hands baby-soft. I decided to use the Suave Professionals Body Lotion on my legs, so I’d get the benefit of the lovely scent on a part of me that doesn’t get so much abuse.The lotion works beautifully on my legs. I’m very happy when I use it there, while using a much stronger lotion on my hands.
Smooth and silky
I have very sensitive skin, so I was a bit nervous ordering Suave Professionals Body Lotion because in the past body lotions have made my skin break out. However, I’ve used Suave’s Morocaan products before with great success and this was no different. I used the lotion after shaving my legs and it was very silky and smooth and helped reduce the number of after shaving bumps I normally get. So far, I am loving this product.
If you Love Scent of Orofluidio, You’ll Love This
Love the scent of this! It smells almost identical to Orofluidio Hair Oil. This lotion penetrates into skin, leaving it feeling silky and not at all greasy or sticky.
Works Well, But the Scent Is Not So Great
I suffer from dry skin and eczema, so all winter I have to be religious about daily moisturizer.Prior to this, I used Aveeno’s basic, unscented daily moisturizer, which worked great unless I skipped a day.This Suave lotion is rich and creamy, sinks in easily and leaves my skin very soft for two days. That’s right, two days. I can moisturize every other day in the middle of winter, and my skin is fine.I just which it was either unscented or had a milder scent. Instead there is a very strong, perfume-like, "Moroccan spice" fragrance that makes it difficult for me to use at times.With a better scent this would be a five star product.
SCENT A LITTLE TOO STRONG FOR ME
I tried this lotion and it goes on smoothly without feeling greasy but as one who does not use perfumes, I didn’t care for its scent. Although the scent is not that strong and it’s not a bad scent either, it’s strong enough where I could still smell well after it was absorbed into my skin with the scent lasting for several hours. That’s the reason why I’m giving it three stars. But if you prefer a long lasting scented lotion, then you probably would like this product.