Radox Shower Therapy Nourish Reviews
Product Type: Radox Bath / Shower
Description:Brand: Radox / Type: Shower Gel / What it does: Nourishes
Newest Review: ... is of a beige colour, with a calming smell, of which I struggle to describe. Radox describes the product as having a mix of ... more
Price Comparison for Radox Shower Therapy Nourish
Radox Shower Gel Nourish 250ml
Radox Nourish Shower Therapy 250ml With Shea Butter and Ginger.
Last Update 10.12.2013 07:13
Customer Radox Shower Therapy Nourish Reviews (11)
by - written on 22/07/12 (Very useful, 12 readings)
I am a big fan of Radox products and tend to use them quite a lot in the shower and bath. I usually find them to be refreshing, good for your skin and of a good price so when I saw this shower gel that I had to tried before I had to give it a go. Appearance and Smell This product is in the usual Radox style packaging, transparent bottle with a hanging handle at the top. The packaging is quite minimalist and subdued in the colours and the style of font. The shower gel itself is of a beige colour, with a calming smell, of which I struggle to describe. Radox describes the product as having a mix of Shea butter and "a pinch of zingy ginger root". ... Read the complete review
by - written on 20/03/11 (Very useful, 44 readings)
Although I feel that I have became a "bath" girl, for time constraints in a morning, I do like to have a shower, thus freshening up and (hopefully!) waking up too! I don't have many preferences in said washing products, these simply being something that doesn't irritate my skin, is cheap and smells divine, with this product ticking every box! The product in question is - "Radox nourish shower therapy - shea butter and ginger". This is a range that I have always enjoyed using, safe in the knowledge that this product is suitable for all the family to use, being a PH balanced product. This particular ... Read the complete review
by - written on 12/05/10 (Very useful, 39 readings)
Having tried Radox shower gels before and not loved them, though not disliking them either, I hadn't particularly looked to buy them again. However, they had redesigned the range since I last checked and I really like their handwash range and they were on a buy one get one free offer at £1.59 at Superdrug. Shower gel for 80p, bargain. Even the own brand body washes and shower gels are more pricey than that. I have noticed that the handwashes and shower gels seem to pair up. That is, you will often see a similarly coloured and scented version in both the shower gel and handwash ranges. I remembered having tried a yellowy one in the handwash line before and ... Read the complete review
by - written on 21/02/11 (Very useful, 54 readings)
The range of shower cremes and gels were on offer recently in my local Sainsbury on a buy three for the price of two deal so I stocked up and by far the best of the three in my opinion is the shea butter and ginger one that I'm about to review. It really does have a rich creamy feel to it and this rich feels transfers wonderfully to my skin which always feels refreshed and nourished after I have washed with this product. It is the shea butter in it that carries most of the goodness I assume, either way my skin does feel nice and supple after showering with this, also it has a very sharp and fresh smell to it as well with a little extra spice which I guess is ... Read the complete review
by - written on 26/02/11 (Very useful, 68 readings)
Radox, whilst not my favourite shower gel brand, is a brand I trust and am more than happy to buy when the price is right. 200ml currently retails for £1.75 in supermarkets. The Radox Skin Nourishing shower gel is a thick cream coloured gel, in a unpretentious looking bottle with the lid at the bottom to help you use every dollop of the gel. Incidently I have had no problems either opening this lid with wet hands of with the liquid leaking out, Radox seem to have got their bottle design just about right in my opinion. On the back of the bottle we are told...nourish shower cream is made with natural shea butter which cares for your skin, leaving it ... Read the complete review
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