Since I've been slathering myself with copious amounts of moisturizer as of late, you can imagine the difficulty in an attempt to avoid these yogurt-esque tubs while doing the weekly grocery shopping at Costco. If you're unfamiliar with Costco, I'm referring to the store that only families of 12+ shop at (well, and our family of 2...who eat like a family of 12+), here in the US.
Who says you can't do your groceries and find a few quality body cremes while you're at it?
Aquolina's Mousse Corpo is a line of moisturizers from the same brand that brought us the infamous Pink Sugar fragrance. Each one is packaged in a yogurt-styled tub, and the Creamy Collection include Ananas (pineapple), Albicocca (apricot), Cocco (coconut), and Frutti di Bosco (wild fruits). Clearly, they are produced in Italy.
As they are water-based, they absorb quickly into the skin, thus avoiding a greasy or slick effect. They also include yogurtene in the ingredients. Yogurtene is essentially a powder consisting of milk, whey and fermented yogurt bacteria. Just typing that creates a vision of some sort of body kefir.
Either way, they come in at a little over 4 ounces each, and are compact enough to be finished at around the time you're longing to smell like another fruit (which may be never). I wouldn't recommend them for travel, as the lids aren't all that secure--but these lightweight moisturizers are a good answer to warm, muggy summer weather. I'd say that if you're tired of buying the usual organic spinach and bread at Costco, pop on over to the beauty section. Otherwise you can also find them at the above link.
Have you tried Mousse Corpo? Any discoveries from whilst you were food shopping?