Pacifica Indian Coconut Nectar Body Butter Review




Pacifica says you'll "smell incredible with our nourishing and anti-oxidant rich ingredients. Our body butter helps fight signs of adding while adding deep moisture and protection. Made with nature's best moisturizers - shea butter, almond oil, and safflower oil - Pacifica's paraben free Body Butter is a skin must have!" I've previously reviewed and enjoyed the Tuscan Blood Orange Body Butter; and now I'm back with a review for the Indian Coconut Nectar scent. Pacifica offers their Body Butters in fourteen scents and two sizes - 8oz ($15) and 2.5oz ($7). I received this product in my March Ipsy Bag. Pacifica products can be ordered through the brand's website, Target, and Ulta. Pacifica is a cruelty free, vegan friendly brand. This product was made in the USA.

Pacifica has a lovely packaging style. Their Indian Coconut Nectar Body Butter comes in a white squeeze tube with blue, red, and bronze Indian inspired details. The product name is written on the front of the tube in red lettering. A scent description and full ingredient list can be found on the back of the tube. Both the squeeze tube and bronze flip top cap are recyclable.
Pacifica's Body Butters are epic. This thick, rich, white cream melts right into the skin without being the slightest bit greasy. Pacifica's Body Butters are incredibly effective body moisturizers. Just a small amount can cover a large surface area, so even this 2.5 fl oz tube lasts a good while. This body butter is intensely hydrating, my skin is immediately softer, smoother, and soothed. This lotion is great for helping to heal dry elbows and knees and abused hands and feets. The moisture provided by Pacifica's Indian Coconut Nectar Body Butter is long lasting, I only need to apply it every two days or so. Not only does this super rich lotion make the skin feel moisturized, it makes it look moisturized and healthy too. An all around awesome formula.
Pacifica is a fragrance company at it's core, where they specialise in natural fragrances. In the past, Pacifica has managed to turn my opinion on orange based scents with their Tuscan Blood Orange fragrance. I'm not a fan of coconut scents either, so has Pacifica changed my mine with their Indian Coconut Nectar scent? No, unfortunately. The brand describes Indian Coconut Nectar as a "sensuous and delicious blend inspired by travels to faraway destinations. This warm, sultry blend of coconut and delicate, creamy vanilla is pure ambrosia". Indian Coconut Nectar is, in my opinion, a sickeningly sweet, pure coconut scent with just the slightest hint of vanilla. That little touch of vanilla is what pushes Indian Coconut Nectar over the edge of overly sweet. This fragrance starts off strong, but fades quickly, lingering softly on the skin for a couple hours after application.
Though Pacifica's Indian Coconut Nectar scent isn't my cup of tea, the formula of this body butter is excellent. This lotion is super hydrating, it seems to really do my skin some good. Pacifica's Body Butters are a little on the expensive side, but they're long lasting, high quality products. I definitely recommend these awesome body butters, but not necessarily this scent. 





Ingredients:
Aqua (Water), Caprylic/Capric Triglyceride, Stearic Acid (Vegetable Source), Glycerin (Vegetable Source), Fragrance (Pacifica¿s Own Perfume Blend With Natural And Essential Oils), Carthamus Tinctorius (Safflower) Seed Oil, Glyceryl Stearate (Vegetable Source), Butyrospermum Parkii (Shea) Butter, Stearyl Alcohol (Grain), Polysorbate 60, Mango Butter, Prunus Amygdalus Dulcis (Almond) Seed Oil, Rosa Canina (Rose Hip) Seed Oil, Organic Aloe Barbadensis (Aloe Vera) Leaf Juice, Organic Cucumis Sativus (Cucumber) Fruit Extract, Organic Arnica Montana Flower Extract, Organic Chamomile Flower Extract, Organic White Tea Extract, Anacyclus, Pyrethrum Root Extract, Phenoxyethanol, Benzyl Alcohol, Potassium Sorbate, Tocopherol, Tocopheryl Acetate, Sodium Carbomer, Citric Acid, Betacarotene.



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  1. I haven't tried the body butter, but the perfume doesn't smell overly sweet...it almost smells like sea salt and coconut! Really interesting!

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  2. I can only imagine how this smells D:

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