Nature’s Gate combines a complete array of
natural ingredients whose benefits to the skin have been
scientifically verified to create a unique lotion that soothes,
moisturizes and pampers even the most dry, cracked or chapped skin.
Available in Original, Tea Tree (for very irritated or distressed
skin), and Fragrance-Free (for sensitive skin). Large 18 oz. bottle
Ingredients: Purified water, vegetable glycerin,
safflower oil, sesame oil, sunflower oil, glyceryl stearate,
vegetable emulsifying wax, aloe vera, tea tree oil, allantoin,
camphor, panthenol (vitamin B5), squalane (from olive oil),
sorbitan stearate, tocopherol acetate (Vitamin E), coffee &
wild pansy extracts, retinyl palmitate (Vitamin A), tocopherol,
xanthan gum, extracts of calendula, goldenseal, & comfrey root,
methylparaben, propylparaben, diazolidinyl urea, fragrance
Average Rating: (From 3 Reviews):
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Not as pictured
From Mark Patrick of La Mesa, California on .
I just received this and what I got is not what is pictured here. It's just called Nature's Gate Lotion, not "Skin Therapy Lotion". Says "New Improved" on the label. Ingredients are not identical (e.g., order of first 3 ingredients is water, sunflower oil, and glycerin). Overall it seems like a good lotion, but leaves too much of a "greasy" feel on my palms (needed to wipe off with a tissue). It's "fragrance-free" but does have a minimal odor that I don't care for. Not sure if I'll use it up or try something else.
From Anonymous of san francisco, California on .
this lotion is just as good as any dove, lubriderm, etc, lotion. so i wonder why they still insist to test on animals and use chemicals.... anyhow, this lotion has a pleasant smell that doesnt linger, goes on on great and lasts throughout the day and even longer. i really doubt youll be disappointed.
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From Anonymous of Ise-shi, Japan on .
I get really dry sky in the winter; cracks, red, itchy...you name it. And I find that most lotions make my skin smooth, but aren't actually healing. This is the only lotion I've found that really gets to the root and heals my dry skin and not just covers it up.