The Treatment Lotion is packed with vitamins and minerals such as iron, vitamins C,E,and B12, eucalyptus, wheat germ and sunflower to name but a few. The aim of this lotion is to aid to hydrate your skin, so to use you cleanse your skin as you normally would, the bottle says for you to put some product on a cotton pad and wipe over your skin, I personally wouldn't do this, it's so expensive I think that's just wasteful I wouldn't want to waste a drop of this, so I put a few drops onto my fingers and massage into my skin. This preps your skin amazingly for using your serums and moisturiser.
The lotion is in texture like a thick liquid a little bit runny but not overly and easy to absorb into the skin as it absorbs very quickly, well it does on my skin that literally dances when I use this.
Like I mentioned earlier it's a fab prep for your other skincare, for me with now older skin I cleanse then use an acid such as Alpha H Liquid Gold or which I'm going to get when I get paid Zelens Resurfacing Pads, then I use the Treatment Lotion by rubbing into my skin with my fingers until it has soaked in then I use a serum such as Espa Pro Serum which I'm loving to at the moment then I use my The Body Shop Drops Of Youth Bouncy Sleep mask. My skin really glows after this routine, it's not for the faint hearted and does take a bit of time to do but I find as I get older you have to work harder to make your skin look as nice as it did say in your twenties.
So to round up:)
I wouldn't recommend for someone who has lovely glowing skin already in my opinion this is a god send for someone who's skin is very dehydrated and lacking glow, and or an older skin, and a skin that's been subject to the battering from the sun.
Is it worth the £85.00 pound price tag (hides face in hands) it's all down to personal feeling... For me that could have been my whole summer wardrobe in Primark but I do invest in my skin and the fact the bottle will last absolutely ages :) it makes the dent even out.