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OHenry

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So I decide to try them all out at the same time. I simply applied them along each arm, in alphabetical order, so I'll remember what I put where [biggrin]

First off, let me say I LOVE the colour and smell of Bacuri! Can't wait to start buying this in large sizes.

Absorbed easily/less 'greasy': The bacuri, murumuru and the babassu oil, I found absorbed quickly and left only a slight sheen on my skin.

Thicker/less absorbent/more 'greasy':
The cupuacu (LOVE the scent. Reminds me of cocoa/chocolate) went on really smooth and left a nice sheen. The tucuma (smiled like a cross between coconut and cocoa to me), did not leave as much of a sheen as the cupuacu, and it went on smoother as it was not as thick. The Ucuuba, was of course really hard to apply as it is a really hard butter. HOWEVER, it also went on really smooth and left a nice soft sheen and left my skin feeling wonderful. These butter seems to keep my skin moisturised for much longer than the other butters.
chrysrocha

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Funny how taste is really so subjective. Most people think Bacuri's scent is a bit unpleasant. I don't mind it beacsue I simply love the butter and then there are people like you who loves it.



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Originally Posted by OHenry
So I decide to try them all out at the same time. I simply applied them along each arm, in alphabetical order, so I'll remember what I put where [biggrin]

First off, let me say I LOVE the colour and smell of Bacuri! Can't wait to start buying this in large sizes.

Absorbed easily/less 'greasy': The bacuri, murumuru and the babassu oil, I found absorbed quickly and left only a slight sheen on my skin.

Thicker/less absorbent/more 'greasy':
The cupuacu (LOVE the scent. Reminds me of cocoa/chocolate) went on really smooth and left a nice sheen. The tucuma (smiled like a cross between coconut and cocoa to me), did not leave as much of a sheen as the cupuacu, and it went on smoother as it was not as thick. The Ucuuba, was of course really hard to apply as it is a really hard butter. HOWEVER, it also went on really smooth and left a nice soft sheen and left my skin feeling wonderful. These butter seems to keep my skin moisturised for much longer than the other butters.

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