As soon as I opened the jar, the room was filled with a refreshing, inviting scent! Combining shea butter, mango butter, cocoa butter, castor oil, olive oil, coconut oil, and vitamin E creating an enriching cream that moisturized my skin for hours. Even after washing my hands with the reapplying – it wasn’t necessarily of dire need.

I enjoyed most the sealed-in impact given with every usage; because I have dry skin, it’s important to me to have a longevity moisturizer. In most situations, I specifically use Shea butter, and while it’s excellent – it typically doesn’t provide the amount of coverage all day long.

Since getting to know the brand, their skin and hair care – I’ve enjoyed their message, mainly because they began with their daughter’s need to find a product that was best for their skin. Overall, I’d rate this product an 8/10.

And before we go – just a tad bit about the brand:

Oh! And if you are wondering why the name Sunny in Denbigh? Well it’s because I grew up in Jamaica, in a small town called Denbigh and my favorite childhood memories are of the sunny days my mom, brother and I spent living in there. I wanted to represent that through this line and honor those memories in some way.

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