So Bath & BodyWorks revamped their Body Cream and changed it from Triple Moisture Body Cream to 24-Hour Moisture Ultra Shea Body Cream.
The first seven ingrediants are identical and in the same order but then the next three ingrediants are the same but switched around.
For the Triple Moisture it goes: Dimethicone, Isohexadrcane, and Stearic Acid.
For the 24-Hour Moisture it goes: Stearic Acid, Dimethicone, and Isohexadrcane.
After those three the ingrediants are pretty much different from one another, besides a few ingrediants that pop up. Both ingrediant lists end in Citronellol.
I wish I knew chemistry
The Triple Moisture Body Cream boosted about: "[containing] nourishing Milk Proteins, hydrating Rice Bran Oil, and protective Acai Berry Extract."
The 24-Hour Moisture Ultra Shea Body Cream boosts about its use of: "infused with ultra-rich, moisturizing Shea Butter."
Going from three ingrediants to one? This Shea Butter must be good!
I've used lotions with Shea in them and honestly it wasn't anything that changed my life.
The 24-Hour one seems a tad thicker but overall they have the same consistency
Overall the new version is better than the older one.