“ Brand: Radox / Texture: Cream / Type: Shower Cream / Skin type: for dry skin / What it does: Cleanses, Purifies, „
This shower cream comes in a see through bottle which is great as it is ideal for seeing how much is left so you know when you are running low. The top of the bottle has a lift up hook so that you can attach this to the shower rail which is ideal for in the shower use so you dont have to put it down any where, the bottom of the tub is a flip open lid with one of those rubber sealers in it so it wont run out if left open, it has to be squeezed.
The shower gel itself has a blue tinge of colour to it and contains blue beads aswell, the beads are not rough and dont exfoliate so it is suitable for all skin, it contains white clay and sea minerals that are good for removing the impurities in your skin it is also ph balanced and very gentle on your skkin.
It smells nice, it has a soapy smell to it which smells rather fake and i was execting a more natural smell from this.
It is a cream not a gel and is quite thick in concistency, it feels lovely and smooth as it goes on your skin and it needs a bit of water to later it up so be careful not to use too much or you wont get it to lather.
After using this my skin feels a lot softer than with normal shower gels probably due to the moisturisers it contains.
Once opened it needs to be used with in 12 months but ours didnt last a month so no fear of it going out of date, the packaging is recyclable and you can also buy the matching deoderant to this which is equally as nice.
As most household do we use various different shower creams/gels until i stumbled upon this one.
The reason i like this shower cream is that it makes me feel fully refreshed, thouroughly deep cleaned and it makes my skin feel and look so fresh and it glows.
The product is a blue colour cream and it contains white clay, sea minerals and various moisurisers. This is what exfoliates and deep clenses you skin and makes it look so fresh and glow.
The shower cream is in a 250ml bottle, it has a flat base so you can place it on the side of your bath and it also comes with a shower hook so you can hang it from your shower which i find very useful at home, stops everything being cluttered and makes it so more easier when your in the shower.
The shower cream has a nice scent, not to girly so the men in the house can also use it, you get a lot of lather foam from it with just a little amount so it can go a long way.
Retailing at about £1.99 i think you get value for money.
So if your looking to try a new shower cream then give Radox daily elements a go as you wont be dissapointed.
I like Radox products and have used a few of them so I thought it would be nice to share my opinion on one of them!
The one I'm using at the moment is Radox daily elements shower cream.
I chose this one over other Radox ones because I wanted to try something different and because I liked the light blue colour of the cream through the bottle and because it contains white clay, sea minerals and moisturisers.
I should say quickly that it comes in a very strangely shaped bottle, sort of flattened with the widest side facing you. However, it does have a shower hook at the top which I find really useful as you can hang it up, rather than leaving it on the floor in the shower and keep knocking it over! The bottle opens at the bottom, which is also helpful as the last bit drains to the bottom without you havingh to remember to leave it standing upside down to get the last bit out! The bottle is 250ml.
The smell of the shower cream is a typical clean smell. I can't really smell anything that suggests it contains the clay or minerals from the sea that it says it does.
The shower cream has quite a thick and gooey consistency which I like but it is easy to sqeeze out of the bottle.
I find that it lathers up really well, and I thik this for all of the Radox shower creams that I used. That's one of the reasons that I like this brand.
After you've used it your skin feels really clean and smells clean (but no more!). The bottle says that it contains moisutuerisers and I do feel that my skin has been well moisturised after I've used this product.I think that this product is good value for money. I can't remember the exact price but it was in the region of two pounds I think and it does last quite a while because the lather is so good.
Overall I really like this offering from the Radox daily elements range but I prefer others that smell of something, rather than just have a clean smell, so I will probably go back to using one of the others that I like or try a different one next.
Radox Daily Elements Deeply cleansing Shower cream is my absolute favourite, it contains white clay and sea minerals, and has moisturiser as well, after showering it leaves you feeling ever so fresh and leaves your skin feeling ever so smooth and squeaky clean.
The shower cream is in a 250ml bottle and hurray they have included a shower hook in the shape of the bottle, which a lot of other leading brands don't have any more. The shower cream is a pale blue in colour containing small minerals that help to exfoliate. The scent is very light and natural, with no strong or lasting scent.
I first purchased radox daily elements just because it was on a promotion of buy one get one free, £1.99 at Wilkinsons, now I have been converted to it every time it's on offer I stock up.
I highly recommend Radox Daily elements cleansing shower cream; you may need to hide it though, because once the rest of the family use it, you will soon run out.
I would say it is my bit of luxury at the end of the day.
Radox daily Elements range are made by saralee and also makes a range of deodorants.
Last year on my birthday I opened my presents at our cottage and I left all the smellies up there. It seemed silly to bring them home to the house and then have to pack them and return them to the cottage once we actually moved in.
This means that now we are finally moving stuff in and beginning to live here I am starting to use the shower gels in the bathroom cupboard.
Three of those are the three Radox Daily Elements ones and I have started with the one called Deeply Cleansing.
These look slightly different from the usual Radox shower gels. To start with this one comes in a pale blue plastic container as opposed to the usual clear one but it is opaque so you can still see the level of the liquid inside.
The 250ml container is the same in design as all the other Radox shower gels. It has a hook set into the top of the container which unclips and turns through 180 degrees so that you can hang your shower gel on the shower tap.
The labeling looks different too. The front of this one has the usual Radox logo in green together with the words 'daily elements deeply cleansing shower cream'. Then there are two pictures one looks like those small brownish stones that you use in the garden for decorative purposes and the other looks like little blue pebbles. The writing underneath says ' Mineral shower wash with white clay and sea minerals known to purify the skin. Now with 10% added moisturiser to help leave skin soft and cared for'. There is also a circular logo with the words 'Blend of natural minerals and herbs' written around it.
I know I will upset one of two people by going on about the packaging but I felt it was important because this does look quite different from the standard range of Radox shower gels. It has a natural look to it and gives the impression that it will be good for your skin. You can see what I mean by looking at the picture at the top of the review.
Anyway enough about the packaging lets get in the shower with it!
I squeezed an amount out into my hand and the fragrance that wafted up from it was lovely! It is difficult to describe but it is sweet without being sickly and has a smell of the sea about it.
It is pale blue in colour and lathers up very well, increasing the fragrance as it does.
After rinsing the shower cream off the smell remained both on me and in the air in the bathroom and my skin felt lovely and smooth. I found that the cream did seem to moisturise my skin.
Apparently the white clay is known to help to cleanse the skin by drawing out impurities and the sea minerals are known for their purifying benefits. This is all combined with 10% added moisturisers which will help to combat dryness and leave your skin feeling 'silky soft'. It certainly seemed to do all this for me anyway - and it smelt great too.
Radox is made by Sara Lee, which is a part of H & BC UK Ltd. I have now found out that it is the same firm that makes the gateaux, which I do find a strange mix of products for one firm.
As with most of these products the shower gel does carry a warning to avoid getting it in your eyes - if you do wash out immediately with cool, clean water, obvious I know but worth a mention just in case.
Since this was a present I hadn't a clue how much it had cost but looking in Boots the normal price is currently £1.99 mark although they are often available as part of a buy one get one free offer so stock up!!
Incidentally the daily elements range is also available in deodorants too so I shall definitely be trying those as well!
I am also looking forward to trying my other two daily elements shower creams too!
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Combat dry skin by using this deep cleansing cream, key ingredients white clay, known to help cleanse the skin drawing out impurities and sea minerals, known for their purifying benefits /