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Kiehl’s Whipped Creme de Corps Review

Kiehl's Whipped Creme de Corps Review

I’m sure sometime soon I’ll have made all of my readers tired of my Kiehl’s obsession (have you noticed?? I love Kiehl’s), but in the meantime I’m just going to keep trying out every product and writing about them. Because it makes me happy.

Creme de Corps is one of those cult favorite products that not everyone has heard about, but frequently makes beauty editors’ best of lists. It is a super hydrating body lotion that doesn’t make your skin greasy, which I love. This fall Kiehl’s released a new version of this bestseller, and this one is a Whipped Creme. Which is pretty much exactly what it sounds like, a light and fluffy version that pretty much has the consistency of good whipped creme.

I bought a jar of this just before Christmas, and since then both my husband and I have been using it. The creme is very potent and only a small amount is needed. I love the whipped texture of it, and while it spreads easily it, I swear the creme melts into skin. It feels ahhhhhmmmmaaazing. Really. The creme smells like honey and while the smell isn’t super strong, it does stick around for a few hours. The moisture from the creme lasts much longer, pretty much a full 24 hours.

I love it! Whipped Creme de Corps is a new favorite.

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  1. 2.7.11
    Jennifer said:

    it sounds fab – i love anything that smells of honey šŸ™‚

  2. 8.17.12
    Anonymous said:

    I have been looking for a body moisturizer that is safe during pregnancy. Is the Creme de Corps safe to use while you are pregnant?

  3. 8.19.12

    Kiehl's no longer lists their ingredients on the site, and I just ran out so I don't have one at home to double check. However, I know I used it while pregnant and I can read about 90% of the label on the bottle via the Kiehl's site, so I think it's likely safe.