I was very unimpressed by this AmLactin Ultra Hydrating Body Cream. I occasionally get small red bumps on my upper arms and legs (Keratosis Pilaris) and read in a fitness magazine that AmLactin was a lotion recommended by dermatologists for this skin condition. The price is reasonable for a lotion of this kind. I followed the directions on tube to use twice a day. I rubbed the lotion into my upper arms and onto my feet in the morning when I woke up and in the evening before bed. I thought I would test it out on my arms to see how much it would improve my skin's condition before using it on the rest of my body. I also have very dry feet, so I was looking forward to seeing how it would perform as a moisturizer on my dry heels. The first time I used it, I noticed it had a very strong scent. I would describe the scent as sweet and smelling of medicine. It was definitely a thick body cream and not a light lotion. It was tough to rub it in completely and it did not absorb quickly at all. When I put on a tee shirt, the skin on my arms was sticking to the sleeves because of this sticky body cream. I continued to use the product twice a day for a week because I really hoped it would clear up my Keratosis Pilaris. Even with regular use after one week, I still could not stand the smell. I felt uncomfortable going out in public smelling like I did. After reading the list of ingredients, I believe it is the uric acid that contributes to the awful odor. I stopped using this AmLactin because I did not see any improvement to my skin and because of the odor.