On first impressions, the packaging clearly communicates the Eastern message. This, together with the use of gold and jewel tones makes it feel luxurious & reminiscent of spa brands. I'm not the biggest fan of tub presentations, finding them to be messy & unhygienic but accept that they tend to be the go-to choice when packaging body butters.
Whilst I like the moisturising benefits of body butters, I often find them to be too rich and I hate the greasy residue which many leave on skin. As such, I was thrilled to discover the texture of Janjira Art of Siam Argan Oil Body Butter, which is one of the most lightweight body butters I've come across. I loved how easily absorbed the body butter was, leaving no greasy residue.
Janjira Art of Siam Argan Oil Body Butter has a strong, sensual fragrance which won't be to everyone's liking. It's described as a blend of lavender and eucalyptus oils to help relieve stress. I couldn't detect individual notes but the scent was luxurious. The downside is that it could interfere with perfume and even though I wasn't able to detect the scent on skin once it had settled after the initial application, I opted to apply the body butter at night.
Following use, my skin was left feeling wonderfully hydrated and nourished. I've been highly impressed with Janjira Art of Siam Argan Oil Body Butter and would recommend checking it out.
Janjira Art of Siam Argan Oil Body Butter costs £26 for 250ml.