Liz Earle Botanical Body Wash Reviews
Product Type: Liz Earle Naturally Active Skincare Bath & Shower
Description:Brand: Liz Earle Naturally Active Skincare / Cleanser / Type: Body Wash / Suitable for: Body / What it does: Cleanses,
Newest Review: ... the back of the bottle. The body wash costs £10.75 for 200ml or £7.75 for 100ml (or a little less if bought in bulk) and can ... more
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Customer Liz Earle Botanical Body Wash Reviews (5)
by - written on 25/03/10 (Very useful, 51 readings)
** The product ** Orange Flower Botanical Body Wash is another product from the extensive Liz Earle range. Like most of the Liz Earle body care products, it contains natural ingredients such as pure plant extracts and essential oils and does not contain animal extracts. This body wash boasts extracts of organic oats and yarrow as well as rose-scented geranium and natural vitamin E. It promises to soften and smooth the skin as well as cleansing it, and is described as "heavenly" on the back of the bottle. The body wash costs £10.75 for 200ml or £7.75 for 100ml (or a little less if bought in bulk) and can be bought online at ... Read the complete review
by - written on 03/11/08 (Very useful, 36 readings)
Liz Earle products are always a pleasure to use, even if they don't always have a positive effect on my skin and this product is no different. It smells divine and is one of my favourite body washes to use. They now make a few different body washes so please be aware that this review is for the "Orange Flower Botanical Body Wash". *Who is this for ? * This is for everyone and for all skin types and I would recommend along with the likes of Elemis milk bath, as something that is gentle enough for use on smaller children too !! For a child's bath I would even run under warm flowing water for a gentle bubble bath ( although it's not exclusive ... Read the complete review
by - written on 09/01/10 (Very useful, 36 readings)
Although I am a devotee of the Liz Earle range, I had never tried the Orange Flower Botanical Body Wash until I was given a tube for Christmas this year. As with all the Liz Earle products I have tried - the first thing that strikes you as you undo the lid is the wonderful aroma. I had a slight concern that given the name of the product, this would smell overwhelmingly of oranges and I really don't like products that make me smell as though I should be kept in the fruit bowl. I needn't have worried - those clever people at Liz Earle have mixed together geranium oil, lavandim, may chang essential oil, oat extract, orange flower water, patchouli ... Read the complete review
by - written on 18/05/02, updated on 18/05/02 (Very useful, 532 readings)
I love most of the Liz Earle skin care range so when this new product came out I had to try it. It comes in a good 200ml size and costs £9. Which isnt bad as long as you use one of those puff balls to apply it as then a little really does go along way. Don't even bother trying to use this as a bath foam you have to use loads to get any type of foam good enough to cover up your modesty!!! One of the best things about this product is the absolutely wonderful smell. It is gorgeous, delicious the nicest bath product I have ever smelled. It doesn't make your skin feel as soft and moisturised as they claim however it does feel much nicer wasing with this than ... Read the complete review
by - written on 04/10/05 (Somewhat useful, 99 readings)
i love this product (as i do with all of liz earles products). it smells absolutely divine. It doesnt contain any synthetic ingredients and is therfore fab on delicate and sensitive skins. it doesnt dry your skin out and infact if the skin on your body is pretty good you might not even need to moisturise afterwards. it works reaaly well on a body puff and a little bit goes a very long way. the only disadvantage maybe is that it is not readily available in the high street and has to be bought form qvc or liz's shop in the isle of ... Read the complete review
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