Radox Moisture Shower Cream Herbal Reviews
Product Type: Radox Bath & Shower
Description:Brand: Radox / Texture: Cream / Type: Shower Cream / Subcategory: Moisturiser / What it does: Moisturizes,
Newest Review: ... or hook onto the shower door. The cream itself is white. ***What's in it?*** On the bottle, Radox state that the following ... more
Customer Radox Moisture Shower Cream Herbal Reviews (4)
by - written on 24/08/09 (Very useful, 77 readings)
Even though we've lived in our house for several years it's only this summer we've got around to having a shower fitted. With the novelty factor of being able to have a shower ever present I've been trying out lots of different shower gels and creams and one I've bought a few times now is this Radox Moisturise Shower Therapy with chamomile and jojoba oil. Although I like the sound of Lush products and those kind of gimmicky products that cost quite a bit all I really want from a shower cream is a nice scent, moisturising capabilities and a good price. This product ticked all those boxes on first examination. The shower cream comes in a 250ml ... Read the complete review
by - written on 11/09/09 (Very useful, 90 readings)
Radox shower cream is not a stranger in my bathroom and I often try different types when they are on offer. I did ask Dooyoo to add Moisturise Shower therapy, as I believe it is different to the older Radox moisturise but my suggestion was declined. The bottle ( different from photo!) The shower cream is in a clear container with a white lift up hook, it stands on its flip lid. Did I say flip? Flipping nuisance might be more like it! I found it very difficult to open both with wet and dry hands. It didn't get any easier by the time the bottle was empty. "Nil point" for ease of use. On the front of the bottle is the Radox logo, A ... Read the complete review
by - written on 26/08/09 (Very useful, 36 readings)
I have just stocked up on four different varieties ofRadox shower creams and gels as they are four for £3 at the moment at Tesco which mans they work out at 75p each for a 250ml size which is not bad for a shower gel and this shower cream is the first one that I have tried. The bottle itself is clear and it has a hook handle so it is ideal to take with you to use in the showers at the gym as it will hang off the pipes or soap tray. The lid is on the bottom so the cream is always ready to be poured out, you would think all dispensers would be like that to make your life so much easier however for some reason the Original Sauce shampoo still has a slopped lid so ... Read the complete review
by - written on 10/05/10 (Very useful, 38 readings)
This is a review for Radox Moisture Shower Therapy, (slightly different- possibly the newer upgrade than what is in the photo). Always a favourite in my shower, great value for money. ***Background info*** Radox is a brand of shower gels, creams and bubble bath which I'm sure most of you have heard of. They used to be owned by Sara Lee but since 2009 are owned by Unilever. ***What is it?*** Moisture shower therapy is a shower cream that cares for your skin. It is kinder than regular shower gels as it keeps your body feeling silky and smooth and leaves your skin feeling lovely to touch. It comes in a 250ml bottle which you ... Read the complete review
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