AmLactin Skin Care Therapy Moisturizing Body Lotion

AmLactin Alpha-Hydroxy Therapy Moisturizing Body Lotion for Dry Skin, Fragrance-Free, 15.8oz Twin Pack (7.9oz per bottle)

AmLactin Skin Care Therapy

Moisturizing For Dry Skin

 

AmLactin Skin Care discover the power of Alpha-Hydroxy Therapy. If you suffer from dry skin, you know there’s a big difference between short-term relief and long-term therapy. While traditional moisturizers provide superficial results, AmLactin Skin Care is different.  Unique Alpha-Hydroxy Therapy exfoliates, retains the skin’s natural moisture, and draws water to the skin to hydrate so it looks and feels soft and smooth. Experience the difference today! Package contains two bottles.

  • Relieves rough, dry skin
  • Gently exfoliates, intensely hydrates
  • Long-lasting moisture
  • Ideal for broad body application
  • Fragrance free and nongreasy

AmLactin Skin Care Therapy – Renewal Process

 

AmLactin skin care products contain alpha-hydroxy acids that are pH balanced for the skin. These powerhouse ingredients do double duty – they gently exfoliate to reveal healthy-looking skin and draw moisture to the skin so it feels soft and smooth.

Exfoliation is the process of removing the dead skin cells on the top layer of the skin. The body does this naturally, but as we age, dead skin cells may not be shed as efficiently. Environmental factors and diet may also slow this natural process, leaving the skin looking flat, dull, and scaly.

You can encourage your body’s natural skin cell renewal process by manually exfoliating, for example by using a loofah or pumice stone, but that can be unhygienic and aggressive, damaging the skin’s surface. A more gentle way to support the natural process would be to apply a lotion or cream with ingredients designed to exfoliate.

 

Experience the difference today! Package contains two bottles!

Customer Reviews

170 of 174 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars
Smooths Skin, Evens Skin tone & Hydrates Wonderfully, May 20, 2009
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This review is from: AmLactin Moisturizing Body Lotion
For the money, I cannot recommend a better product. I am Black and this product eliminates hyperpigmentation on the knees, elbows, inner thighs and buttocks. My skin is even, glowing, soft and hydrated. Even old stretch marks look better. For years, people have remarked upon how beautuful my body skin is. I owe it all to this product. I just wish I started using it as a teenager. No more chronically dry and rough skin, ash or discoloration. I’ve recommended it to other dark-skinned people (i.e. Indians, Hispanics, etc.), all of whom now swear by it.

 


51 of 56 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars
Results after only one use, March 10, 2010
By
 Derpa Derp (Grand Rapids, MI, USA)
This review is from: AmLactin Moisturizing Body Lotion, 14.1-Ounces
I have keratosis pilaris (aka chicken skin), with acne and sensitive skin. I have tried natural remedies for a long time now with very minimal results, and I was reluctant to try this because of the cost and the ingredients. I bought my bottle at CVS, and they also make a store-brand version that is slightly cheaper, but I had a coupon so I tried the name-brand first.
I put it on before bedtime and my skin soaked it up, but I didn’t enjoy the slightly greasy feel or chemical-plastic like smell. I am happy there is no added fragrance though. The next morning, ALL rough patches on my skin, even my feet and elbows were as soft as can be. My skin definitely feels smoother but it doesn’t look less bumpy yet.
The bottle recommends twice a day, so I will try this regimen for 2 weeks and see how it goes. After the second application in the morning, it didn’t soak it up as readily so a little went a long way, but my skin is glowing and I actually look more tan – not from the lotion, but the fact that my skin was actually moisturized and wasn’t clinging to dead cells. I don’t consider it to be a cure and I don’t plan to use it every day, but I AM impressed. I would recommend this to anyone with KP or very dry skin, and to start off doing it at night only.
Oh yes, but I had some little irritated spots from shaving and picked acne scabs, and when I put this on right after, it stung but only for a moment. Best of all, my skin STAYED moisturized!

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AmLactin Alpha-Hydroxy Therapy Cerapeutic Restoring Body Lotion for Arms Legs Best Dermatologist Moisturizer for Dry Skin, 7.9 Ounce

AmLactin Skin Care Therapy for Arms and Legs

  • Heals extremely rough, flaky, dry skin
  • Instant, visible results
  • Patented ultraplex with 3 ceramides
  • Ideal for broad body application
  • Fragrance free and nongreasy

 

Customer Reviews

72 of 75 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars
Dry skin workhorse, December 10, 2013
By
 MM (Philadelphia, PA)
This review is from: AmLactin Alpha-Hydroxy Therapy Cerapeutic Restoring Body Lotion for Arms Legs 

I’m a big fan of Amlactin as I’ve found it is literally the only lotion that actually combats, rather than covers, the dry skin issues that I have. This particular version follows the ‘original’ lotion and does very much the same – very, very effective. Like most Amlactin products, you really *should* use the lotion twice per day as suggested for the first week or two and then evaluate from there as your first few uses you may think, “Ick..this doesn’t feel like it works.” I can now use it every other day.

Pros:

1. Absolutely, 100% works for combating dry skin, even severely dry, and at least mild keratosis pilaris (can’t comment on severe cases as mine is relatively mild).
2. You only need a relatively small amount of product so the expense is mitigated somewhat (I had to learn to adjust my application and not base it on initial moisturized feel or use of other lotions).
3. Works as well or even better than some prescription lotions that I’ve tried.

Cons:

1. Doesn’t have a classic, lotion-application feel and initially seems rather thin and sticky.
2. As most have commented it doesn’t exactly smell awesome. I find when using it as a ‘workhorse’ once past the initial use period that it doesn’t really matter to me. You can use other lotions in between applications.

This version (Cerapeutic) versus ‘Original’:

I’m not really sure what they’re getting at with this one. The Cerapeutic version does feel a bit thicker and more lotion-like on application than the original and my feeling is that Amlactin is trying to get people over the initial “this feels weird-ish” period when they are first trying it.

I’m giving this version 4 stars (the original I would give 5+) because I don’t believe this version is any more ‘moisturizing’ than the original and I think it may actually work just very slightly less well.

Amlactin really can’t be evaluated by the same criteria as most other lotions; if you’re looking for luxurious feel at the time of application or a delicious smell this isn’t the product for you. If you don’t mind or want a workhorse, then I’d suggest giving it a try for a couple weeks!