The Perfect Summer Body Lotion

The limit may not exist—but the perfect summer body lotion does.

Mario Badescu Summer Shine Body Lotion

What it is:

Summer Shine Body Lotion, a.k.a. Summer bottled up. This seemingly improbable feat was somehow achieved by one such Mario Badescu… which means you have complete access to warm weather vibes and sun-kissed glow no matter where you are or the time of year.

What it does:

Imparts a luminous highlight wherever it’s applied, and lightly moisturizes skin too. Formulated with nourishing oils and antioxidant Vitamin A to nourish skin, this lightweight body cream is just the product you want when you want your limbs out and on display. Subtle shimmer is infused to add a beautiful gleam, leaving skin soft, smooth, and glowing.

What we love about it:

It’s the perfect pick-me-up on the gloomiest of days or in the dead of winter—but it’s also the quintessential summer must-have that heightens every beachside moment or tropical vacation by setting the mood and the glow. It smells like summer in the best possible way. Light, fresh, sweet, luminous, and coconutty, Summer Shine Body Lotion is both delectable and delightful—adding a hint of addictively sweet (but never unbearingly saccharine) fragrance.

But scent aside, it’s beautiful. Subtle shimmer gives the skin a sophisticated, like the sun or candlelight found you.

How to use it:

Apply Summer Shine Body Lotion wherever your heart desires. Do as the makeup artists do backstage before sending models down the runway: apply it wherever skin is exposed for a beautiful gleam. Or for a more subtle approach, apply it only where the light would naturally hit your skin: the collarbones, tops of your shoulders, and down the front of your legs.

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Author: Kimberly Yang

I hold these truths to be self-evident, that skin care is paramount, green tea is everything, and the Internet rules all (typical Gen-Y philosophy; if it wasn't 'grammed, it never happened). Also pertinent: writer, content creator, national sales director at Mario Badescu. For more about me, visit my Google+ page.

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