Satin sugar all-purpose treatment balm - body moisturizer by Cake Beauty - review by bzzingbee

Satin sugar all-purpose treatment balm

Body moisturizer by Cake Beauty

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Satin Sugar All-Purpose Treatment Balm

The Satin Sugar All-Purpose Treatment Balm is a deep moisturizing balm that can be used on dry skin anywhere on the body as well as for taming dry frizzy hair. The scent is a little spiced Christmas cookie, but it is faint and isn't noticeable most of the time. A decent balm if you have dry elbows, heels, or other trouble spots.
Multi-use, leaves skin soft, scent isn't strong
Scent, hard to get product/ not spreadable
Rating by reviewer:
useful review
This moisturizing product is ideal for adding deeper moisture to dry areas like elbows, heels, and the like. It is not an easily spreadable style lotion so it isn't very good for all over moisturizing. The balm is a hard waxy like consistency that requires running your fingers around it several times with firm pressure to get any of the balm to apply anywhere. If you want a larger amount, the best way to get it quickly and easily is to use a toothpick or other utensil to lift a ball of of the balm out. For applying all over the hands, that has been the best method for me.

The balm comes in a round plastic container that has a screw top lid. The lid has a sticker on top that lists all the different places that the balm can be used: knees, hands, lips, cuticles, heels, elbows, dry s pots, and frizzy ends. Pretty much any where external that you have dry skin. It delivers quick moisturization, when you can get enough to apply where you want it, and doesn't leave skin feeling greasy. I've tried this on dry skin, on my lips and on my hair tips. Skin absorbs it leaving a soft lightly scented feel behind. My lips get chapped easily, especially in the winter and this works pretty well for moisturizing, though it isn't convenient enough to replace my regular chapstick. When used on my hair, it leaves the tips feeling softer and acts similar to a styling wax in the way that it calms hair down. I'd definitely stick to using it on the ends of the hair though because it could weigh down hair at the roots.

One thing I'm not crazy about with this balm is the scent. It smells like a spiced holiday cookie sometimes and straight butter other times. It is at least a light scent so that it doesn't jump out at you when you have it on, but I have other easier to apply lotions that smell better. I'm less likely to use this because of the scent and lack of convenience.

The balm washes away easily if you've applied it to one area of the body but don't want it on your hands. Rubbing it in will definitely leave some moisturizing effects on your hands, regardless of whether you wash it off or not.
This product was provided free of charge to the reviewer. This review is in compliance with the FTC guidelines.
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  • tortilla
    thanks for the info
  • deltalima
    A bit hesitant to try this if it's hard to remove.
  • eeep
    Thanks for the review. Sucks that this stuff was discontinued, after reading how well it works on hair and so many other things I want some now.
  • Adriana Ravenlust
    Everyone has a different opinion on the scent of this. Odd.

    Do you feel the need to reapply this?
  • bzzingbee
    It seems like once I get enough of it applied, it lasts a good while. However, if you are using it on hands it washes away easily with regular hand washing.
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