Beauty on a Budget: Bodycology

Bodycology’s line of bath and body products are  affordable, paraben-free, and smell delicious!

Let’s be honest.  We are all guilty of being elitist when it comes to our favorite part of the day: the bath! We all want the perfect wash with scents that melt away the day’s stress,  the softest lotion that leaves the skin oh-so-silky soft,  and the body mist that leaves the faintest yet alluring trail of scent as you walk on by.  But who would’ve thought luxury could be found at the drugstore?  That’s exactly where you would find Bodycology’s body care line and the newly debuted Rich & Creamy body washes.

The scents and textures of Bodycology products are beyond what you’d expect to find in the drugstore.  There are six delicous scents to choose from,  but at less that $5 a bottle you don’t have to! Skin Softening contains silk and avocado oil ,  Hydrating boasts skin-quenching aloe vera and Vitamin E, Nourishing conditions the skin with soy and shea butter, Deep Cleansing awakens the senses with extracts of apricot and grapefruit, Refreshing rejuvenates you with extracts of green tea and cucumber,  and Ultra Rich will leave you feeling ultra moisturized with shea and cocoa butter.  My favorite part about this line?  All the scents softly linger on your skin well after you’ve stepped out of the shower and into your day.

Being paraben-free is a big plus too! On top of the gorgeous scents,  I was happy to discover that Bodycology’s washes do not contain parabens. Parabens are chemical esters of the compound para-hydroxybenzoic acid,  and combinations of these compounds are used as preservatives in cosmetics, pharmaceuticals, and personal care products.

Find your fave at a Walgreens near you!

Images courtesy of Bodycology

Note: Bodycology samples were provided by company representatives. The author is not affiliated with the company and received no compensation for writing this review.


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Online Editor, Beauty Writer at Beauty-Goodies
As a New York City-based registered nurse with backgrounds in pharmacology, medical research, medical spa aesthetics, and cosmetic dermatology, Cristal became interested in the ways people go about achieving beauty. When she's not working full-time at Cornell Medical Center or performing aesthetic treatments at a midtown NYC medical spa, she daylights as a beauty writer, and has a penchant for scoring sample sale treasures, bellydancing, playing dress-up, and of course, chatting about beauty goodies.

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