Beauty,  Review

Umami: body cream sweet spices

Some time ago I bought a mystery box from an influencer. It took some time for the package to arrive… But when it arrived I directly noticed that it was a well-filled box. Full with lifestyle products but also some make-up products and a body cream! The body cream was from the brand umami and before this, I never heard about this brand before…. But I can already tell you that this brand surprised me in a positive way!

Umami cosmetics:

With much pleasure, I’m going to give you some background information, because this beautiful brand is based in Belgium! The name umami comes from the Japanese word ‘good flavor’. It’s one of the five basic tastes together with sour, bitter, sweet & salt. The products from umami exits just as the five basic tastes out of surprising combination and structures that are perfectly in balance.

So with that in mind, I’m going to tell you everything about the lovely body cream I tied out!

I tested out the rich body cream in sweet spices. This indeed is a surprising combination from vanilla & saffron scented. It’s a lovely sweet, soft but also spicy scent. Personally I love it, I’m fan of this lovely smell. The body creams are made with shea butter. This rich butter feels soft and creamy. It feels so good to use this one! And… it almost directly gets absorbs into the skin. And that’s something good because it’s for sure a very rich cream. Because it’s a very rich cream it takes good care of my skin. This body cream is my absolute favorite, especially during the winter! It makes my skin soft and moisturize it perfectly!


Yes, this body cream is so good! It’s a very promising Belgian brand that makes amazing products! I just love the smell and it’s a rich body cream that feels good and moisturizer my skin, even during the winter! Yes, I wanna try for sure more products from umami!

Price: umami cosmetics sweet spices rich body cream cost €16,50 for 250 ml.

Disclaimer: the blogger behind has dyslexia. I’m doing the best that I can. But if you see a spelling mistake I’m sorry about that.