Light Blue Perfume by Dolce&Gabbana; Refreshing Body Cream for Women

Dolce  amp; Gabbana Light Blue has been my favorite scent for nearly 2 months now. I first got my hands on this scent when my sister handed over her bottle saying she didn’t like it. It smelled like a hamster tank.

I however loved the scent. I loved the natural cedar and citrus combined. Not only that I loved how long the perfume lasted. A squirt of Light Blue on clothing and you can expect to smell it lingering for nearly 2 days.

After getting the perfume, I ended up seeking out sister products to get even more long lasting scent. I took my business online and purchased nearly everything Dolce Light Blue I could find.

There was a time when I was crazy over Eclatant and had dozens of bottles in my house that I could have easily opened up a perfume shop but Dolce Light blue was something else as it surpassed even my expectations.

The Body Gel was one of the first products I had purchased, and reviewed. I’ve been sitting on the Body Cream for awhile, and it’s not because I don’t like it. I just got lazy.

Anyhow, the Body Gel was very runny, but did leave behind the famous Light Blue scent I knew and loved. The Body Cream is a much thicker in texture, and reminds me of a mix between body butter and lotion. Not too thick, but not to thin either.

The Dolce  amp; Gabbana Light Blue Refreshing Body Cream comes in the standard Dolce Light Blue tube. It’s stand up, with a click up cap. The name of the scent is etched on to the tube in pretty silver cursive writing.

The Body Gel comes in a more antique yellow colored tube, while the Cream comes in a clear tube with white cream inside.

My Use:

I squeezed a good quarter sized amount of the cream into my hand and began applying to every nook and cranny on my body.

The cream glides easily, and absorbs relatively fast. It did not leave any thick residue behind, nor was it greasy. Best of all though it left behind a nice layer of the Light Blue scent.

The Cream does not do much when it comes to moisturizing skin, but it does make your skin feel soft for a short amount of time.


I love it. Those looking for a miracle cure for dry skin may not be satisfied, but truly when you smell this stuff you’re hooked.


For longer lasting scent, apply a few squirts of Dolce  amp; Gabbana Light Blue perfume on top of the cream.

Pricing and Availability:

You can pick up a 6.7 ounce tube of Light Blue Body Cream online for around $45.00, or go directly to any Macy’s, and odds are they will carry it for the same price. Be wary with ebay when it comes to Light Blue, I know of a few sellers who have been accused of selling fakes for ‘real’ prices.