Inconsistent texture is the main problem with this lotion. At the top of the bottle, the “lotion” was all watery and gross — like the “watery stuff” at the top of some ketchup bottles. It took a few pumps before anything resembling lotion came out.
When I got to the bottom, the “lotion” developed the consistency of old peanut butter — hard, chunky, clumpy. Add that the lotion had a slightly medicinal smell and doesn't absorb very well, and you have an eco-product disaster.
Apparently, Earth Friendly Products realized their lotions had problems — because I found out after a call to the company today that as of a couple months ago, the company has stopped making its spa line — at least for now. However, the product’s still available at Amazon and other online retailers.
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