Boots Therapy Moisturise Shower Gel Reviews
Product Type: Boots Bath / Shower
Description:Brand: Boots / Type: Shower Gel / Suitable for: Body / Skin type: for dry skin and for all types / What it does: Moisturises,
Newest Review: ... they're meant to be £1.45 each (on 21.07.11) so it's quite a saving. You can get the Boots therapy shower gels in different ... more
Customer Boots Therapy Moisturise Shower Gel Reviews (2)
by - written on 21/07/11 (Very useful, 16 readings)
Although I'm normally one to buy branded shower gels like radox and imperial leather, I like to try cheaper brands sometimes to see what they're like. This shower gel comes in an upside down bottle with hook at the top, similar to other shower gels, so you can hang it on the shower. The Boots logo is big on the front of the packaging so you can spot it easily on the shelf. It says on the bottle that it'll be moisturising, which I didn't really expect it to do, as more expensive ones that have promised this, haven't worked. It only cost me 75p, because they're on offer, 2 for £1.50 which I thought was well worth it for two bottles of 250ml shower gel, even if ... Read the complete review
by - written on 24/03/10 (Very useful, 49 readings)
This product is clearly Boots's attempt to copy the Radox shower gels (there are also Therapy bubble baths in a similar packaging). It comes in the same 'upside-down' clear plastic bottle with a hanging hook, and the typeface and imagery on the label is very similar. I bought this in Boots because it was on offer at 2 for £2, making it much cheaper than my usual Radox. I thought 'how bad can it be?' and the answer is - not bad at all, in fact I think it's better than Radox. It comes in various scent variants: I went for the 'moisturising' one which is white, and contains jojoba oil. This smells very similar to the white radox: floral and comforting, with a ... Read the complete review
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