Imperial Leather Wake Up Shower Gel Reviews
Product Type: Cussons Bath / Shower
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Imperial Leather Shower Gel - Wake Up 250ml
Imperial Leather Shower Gel - Wake Up 250ml
Last Update 24.05.2013 03:53
Customer Imperial Leather Wake Up Shower Gel Reviews (13)
by - written on 18/03/10 (Very useful, 65 readings)
When it comes to shower gels, I do thend to go for zingy citrus varieties as I need as much help as possible to get myself up and motivated in the morning. I have always been a fan of the Original Source shower gels but I do only tend to stock up on them when they are on special offer. We seem to get through an awful lot of shower gel, so I need to try and not spend too many pennies on the stuff. Every now and then however I do try other brands and am always hoping for the same refreshing and invigorating results. A couple of weeks ago, I needed some more shower gel and was disappointed to see that there was no special offer running on the Original Source ... Read the complete review
by - written on 20/02/10 (Very useful, 41 readings)
Imperial Leather is my favourite brand to use for shower gel and I've tried many of their different shower products. One of them is the Wake Up which is a bright yellow gel and looks exactly like what it is called. This shower gel contains a burst of bitter lemon and ginger which are supposed to give you a zing, refresh you and wake you up. The bitter lemon is a detoxifier and the ginger is warming and vigorous according to the bottle. As soon as you open the bottle lid you can smell a very strong scent of - you can smell both the lemon and ginger but the general smell is a very strong citrus scent. The smell isn't unpleasant and a lot of people ... Read the complete review
by - written on 29/01/10 (Very useful, 56 readings)
For all those that read my reviews it really isn't the same feeling using Shower Gel anymore. Until the Day before my Operation I am allowed to use them and then again 6 weeks after my Op I am allowed to use them with the same 6 week window when I have the Op on my other arm. Not being able to do or use something makes it that bit more exciting and recently I have missed that 'drinking before it's legal' feeling. However much I try to convince my brain that I am not allowed to use them it just laughs at me. After my nightmare day on Tuesday (read my last Lush review for the disastrous information) and the lack of sleep we had due to a poorly Scarlet that ... Read the complete review
by - written on 21/08/08 (Very useful, 71 readings)
As a rule I always use Avon Senses Shower Gel and I have always been very hapy with it, however it was one of those very few occasions where I actually run out and its another couple of weeks before my next Avon order gets delivered. I saw the Imperial Leather Wake Up Shower Gel on offer in Tesco on a Buy One Get One Free, which worked out around £1.50 for two bottles. After sniffing all the different fragrances, to be honest I wasn't much for a lot of them, the Wake up fragrance appealed to me the most so that was my first choice. Majority of the others I found smelled more masculine and would be better suited for a man. The product itself comes in ... Read the complete review
by - written on 25/07/08 (Very useful, 102 readings)
I have been using Honey I washed the kids soap by Lush for the past couple of weeks, however I have found that it doesn't give a good lather, which can be a problem for me when shaving my legs. I used to buy separate shaving gels, but deemed them a waste of money, when I could get just as good results using a shower gel or body wash. Digging through my never-ending supply of beauty products, I came across a bottle of Imperial Leather Wake Up shower gel, and decided that it should meet my requirements, and headed off to the bathroom. The shower gel comes in a clear bottle with a yellow lid which matches the colour of the liquid inside. The bottle has an unusual ... Read the complete review
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