Natural Ingredients Hydrate, Soften, and Protect
This lotion is formulated with a selection of naturally sourced moisturizing ingredients sourced from plants that soften, hydrate, and protect skin. With Collagen and elastin proteins--naturally found in young, healthy looking skin—our formulation promotes soft, smooth skin. Shea butter and glycerin offer deep hydration to lock moisture in so skin will continue to look and feel its best no matter what the day brings.
Younger-Looking Skin in Seven Days
St. Ives Skin Renewing Collagen Elastin Body Lotion is visibly effective in improving skin's appearance. After only seven days of use, it can help skin look noticeably fresher, healthier, and younger.
Hypoallergenic, Non-Irritating Formula
Whether your skin is normal, dry, or sensitive, this lotion's hypoallergenic, dermatologist tested, and paraben-free formula can help moisturize without irritation. For best results, use daily or more as needed.
Collagen Elastin Collection
St. Ives Skin Renewing Collagen Elastin Body Lotion is part of the Collagen Elastin Collection, which is specially designed for aging skin. Use this lotion with St. Ives Timeless Skin Collagen Elastin Facial Moisturizer and other Timeless Skin products for head-to-toe pampering.
St. Ives: A Commitment to Nature
St. Ives is dedicated to bringing you the best of nature with formulas that delight the senses as they leave your skin with a soft, fresh feel.
What's in the Box: St. Ives Skin Renewing Collagen Elastin Body Lotion, 600 ml
- Reveals younger looking skin in seven days
- Contains Collagen and elastin
- Shea butter and glycerin moisturize
- Hypoallergenic and paraben-free
- Use with Timeless Skin Collagen Elastin Facial Moisturizer
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Kori: more than a year ago
I love many St Ives products, but while most have scents, they're not harmful to me. This moisturer though, is so strong smelling and so invasive I am unable to wear it. I'm not going to blame the product for causing an asthma attack, but I had a very bad one just after applying it. Why do companies have to add perfume to lotions, especially when so many people have sensitivities and allergies? Not the first time that's been asked.