Review: Chocolate Body Cream

I’ve been majorly slacking on reviews lately.  I’ve been very busy with classwork and just lacking in motivation.  But I’m trying to get back in the groove and today I’m going to review the Sweet Beauty Chocolate Body Cream from Babeland.  If you recall I reviewed the Sweet Beauty Chocolate Oil a while ago so I wanted to try out the body cream.

The Run Down:

  • Toy Type:  Body cream and Massage product
  • Manufacturer:  Sweet Beauty
  • Ingredients:  Distilled Water, Grape Seed Oil, Shea Butter Oil, Capuacu Butter and Babassu Seed Oil infused with Organic Fair Trade Cocoa and Nibs, Cocoa Absolute, Vegetable Emulsifying Wax, Glycerin, Stearic Acid, Natural Chocolate Flavor Oil, Honeysuckle Extract, Citric Acid
  • Size:  2 or 8 oz
  • Price:  $8.00 or $20.00
  • Pros:  Cute discreet jar;  Won’t run or drip;  Rubs in easily;  Very moisturizing; Smells nice
  • Cons:  Maybe a bit too thick;  Feels a tad waxy
  • Overall Rating: 4.5/5
  • Recommended: Yes

sweet beauty chocolate body cream

The body cream jar

The jar that the Chocolate Body Cream comes in is very similar to the Chocolate Body Oil; same color scheme and design.  The jar is a semi-translucent brown with a white lid.  I find it to be very discreet and I leave mine setting on the bed side table.  Nothing on the jar suggests that it’s adult or sexual in any nature.  The jar I have is the 2 oz size, so it’s very small, but I would still not be concerned about the large jar.

sweet beauty chocolate body cream

The cream itself

Inside the jar is very thick white cream.  It is very thick.  It won’t run or drip.  Since I have the small jar I can’t get a good dip of it and can only use a few fingers in for a small dabs at a time.  I did find it to be slightly waxy feeling, so I only like to use a small bit at a time and really a small amount is all you need.  I would prefer it was not as thick as it is, as it would spread and rub on easier.  It does rub in very well and leaves you soft and smooth.  It’s great for an occasional moisturizer, but I don’t like to smell like chocolate all the time.  I think it may also be okay for a light massage cream, but it does rub in quickly.  It may also clog pores a bit on your back since it does feel a little waxy.

As far as the smell, I didn’t find it to be as chocolaty smelling as the oil.  The oil had a very tootsie roll-ish smell while the cream has a more smooth, creamy, coco butter like smell.  It is still a nice smell and it does linger on your skin for a long time.  It does have organic fair trade chocolate in the ingredients, but all the of the ingredients are all natural.  It is also paraben free.  It does have glycerin in it, but since it’s not a lube, it doesn’t really matter.    I did notice it has some emulsifying wax in it, which is probably why it leaves a slightly waxy feeling.

Overall, I really like the Chocolate Body Cream.  It’s not something I would use all the time, but I’m not a big choco-holic like some people are.  Its very moisturizing and I think most people who love chocolate will find it worth the price.

*This review was sponsored by Babeland, the product was sent to me free of charge to provide my honest opinion with no form of compensation*

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