Boots Exfoliating Gloves Reviews
Product Type: Boots Bath / Shower
Description:Brand: Boots / Type: Sponge / Subcategory: Exfoliator / Skin type: for dry skin and for all types / What it does: Exfoliates,
Newest Review: ... They are pretty much a real pair of gloves but they are made of rough fabric. When you rub these gloves over your skin then, ... more
Customer Boots Exfoliating Gloves Reviews (20)
by - written on 09/10/11 (Very useful, 32 readings)
As a self confessed beauty product addict I can't help myself when it comes to testing new things. Perhaps it's the shiny packaging that gets you or perhaps it's the promise to get the body of Giselle that draws you in... Well, if there is one thing that I always read these "super models" do it's exfoliate and body brush. Get rid of that cellulite. Banish those bumps and have perfect, non flaky skin... As some of my other reviews will explain I do like the good old fashion methods of doing things, so I tend to stick to my routines - And for exfoliating that normally consists of a brush and a body scrub. Well, what you will also see is that, I travel. ... Read the complete review
by - written on 24/08/11 (Very useful, 95 readings)
I always like to make sure that my skin is in good condition, but recently my skin has been feeling quite rough, and not as smooth as it usually is. I have never actually exfoliated my skin before, ive only exfoliated my face. For some of you who don't know what exfoliating is, well it is basically removing the dead skin cells from the top layer of your skin. Exfoliating has many benefits, such as it makes your skin smooth, and it is also good to exfoliate before using fake tan, as the tan will last longer! You can exfoliate using a scrub, or you can use something like a sponge, the way I exfoliated was by using Boots exfoliating gloves. Now I have said some ... Read the complete review
by - written on 29/06/11 (Very useful, 48 readings)
I have problems with my skin on my arms, I've been to the GP, and they've given me creams, pills and told me to use special soaps, they didn't work. I hate my arms, and in the summer I was hoping to go swimming and out sunbathing, but I wanted to get rid of these stubborn spots on my arms. So a friend recommended me to try exfoliating gloves, and noticed then in Boots and thought I'd give it a go, fingers crossed! The product is 2 gloves, which are white, and are one size fits all, but are a suitable size for anyone's hands, as they are very big. And they fitted my hands like a glove (no pun intended!) but if you have bigger hands, thinking for about the men ... Read the complete review
by - written on 31/08/10 (Very useful, 38 readings)
I suffer from quite dry and scaly skin, not a pretty picture I can assure you, so I do like to exfoliate often to scrub off those dead skin cells and reveal softer smoother skin. I've tried loads of body scrubs and while they smell gorgeous, and do a fab job I must admit I hate the feeling on my finger tips. They feels quite numb within such a short space of time that I only tend to exfoliate small areas before giving up and getting out the shower. I also hate the gritty bits left on the shower base, and the endless cleaning involved in removing the debris. That's why I purchased a pair of Boots Exfoliating Gloves at a bargain price of only £2.50 ... Read the complete review
by - written on 12/08/10 (Very useful, 24 readings)
Looking after your skin is one of the key things to keeping it looking healthy and young so i try to exfoliate as much as possible. As a student my aim is to find the cheapest way to get the best products which give you fantastic results so I thought instead of constantly buying fairly expensive scrubs I would invest in a pair of Boots Exfoliating gloves which can be used with any old body wash. Boots own exfoliating gloves come in a range of colours; white, pink, purple etc, when you feel them in the store they feel quite rough. Admittedly at this point I nearly changed my mind whether to try them or not as they felt like they would just scratch my skin and ... Read the complete review
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