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J.R. Watkins Lemon Cream Body Wash Review

Back in June, I did a review of the Shea Butter Lemon Cream Hand Cream from J.R. Watkins, which I absolutely love!  Early last month, I started using the J.R. Watkins Lemon Cream Body Wash, and I thought for today’s post, I would share my thoughts on it with you!

First off, I love J.R. Watkins!  Everything I try from the company, I really love!  And this product is no exception!  The Lemon Cream Body Wash is an amazing cruelty-free body wash, suitable for all skin types.  It does a good job of cleansing my skin without removing my skin’s natural moisture and it leaves my skin moisturized and looking healthy.  On top of that, it’s deliciously scented — smelling of lemon pie or lemon cake — and is long-lasting!  And, also, this body wash is paraben-free, phthalate-free, propylene glycol-free, and dye-free.

The Lemon Cream Body Wash contains 532 ml of product, and is available for around $10, depending on where it’s purchased.  This J.R. Watkins Body Wash is available for $9.99 on, which is where I purchased it from.

J.R. Watkins is an excellent cruelty-free brand!  Most of their products are made from natural ingredients and J.R. Watkins is Leaping Bunny certified!

Here are the summed up pros and cons of the Lemon Cream Body Wash from J.R. Watkins!

Leaping Bunny certified
Delicious lemon scent (like lemon pie or cake)
Cleans skin without removing natural moisture
Good for all skin types
Hydrates skins
Leaves skin looking healthy
Lasting scent
Propylene glycol-free


I highly recommend this body wash!  It’s one of the best body washes that I’ve used in my life!  I love that it’s cruelty-free, affordable, and excellent quality!

Have you tried the Lemon Cream Body Wash from J.R. Watkins?

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