The Body Shop Bath & Shower Gel Reviews
Product Type: The Body Shop Bath / Shower
Description:Brand: The Body Shop / Gel. / Type: Shower Gel / Suitable for: Body
Newest Review: ... to £8, which makes it more of a treat, or a present for someone than an everyday shower gel. The company itself has always ... more
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Customer The Body Shop Bath & Shower Gel Reviews (29)
by - written on 02/01/08 (Very useful, 55 readings)
I started using The Body Shop's shower gels years ago after I was wandering round my local branch, sniffed a bottle of their tangerine shower gel and fell in love! Since then, their prices have gone up so much that I can't afford to use them all the time (£6 a bottle!) but I do still treat myself if I'm feeling rich. To anyone who has only ever used soap in the shower - shower gels are the way foward! They are the same consistancy as bubble bath and seem to lather up a lot quicker than soaps do. The lather seems to last a lot longer in the shower too. Out of all the shower gels I've ever used (hundreds), I would rate The Body Shop's right at the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 08/01/08 (Somewhat useful, 37 readings)
this is a review for the plum shower gel from the body shop. last year i got the cranberry shower gel and bath gel which i found very nice. i use the bath gel in the shower (i am not a bath person!) which makes a very nice lather. however i find the plum shower gel not as good with the lathering properties even when using quite alot on a puff. it smells very nice but i am dissapointed with the amount of lather you get from it. i find by the time i get to the legs there is hardly anything left on the puff. this is rather off putting as i think the more lather you have the cleaner you feel. i will use it as i was bought it by my lovely boyfriend for christmas ... Read the complete review
by - written on 12/03/05, updated on 14/06/09 (Very useful, 332 readings)
Once upon a time, there was a girl who was faithful to bar soaps. All those fancy bath and shower gels never interested her. And then, one day, when she was staying with her sister-in-law in Amsterdam, she realized she had forgotten to bring a bar of soap, and all her sister-in-law had in the house was a bath and shower gel. That was the beginning of the end. Fast forward to a few years later when now all that girl can do is look for more new and interesting bath and shower gels. Well, you've guessed it - the girl is me, and now I'm hooked on bath and shower gels. And when I want real pampering, I buy Body Shop gels. When you pour some of these products out, ... Read the complete review
by - written on 18/08/09 (Very useful, 10 readings)
The Body Shop sells a variety of bath and shower gels, each a different scent. Many are available in either a travel sized bottle or a large bottle. Most of the shower gels are £2.40 for a travel sized 60ml bottle and £5.85 for a 250ml bottle. This is expensive compared to other brands, but the high quality makes up for this. These products are great for gifts and are often available in gift sets, especially around Christmas time. The bath and shower gels come in transparent (clear) bottles so you can see the product inside, which is useful as you can therefore see how much of it you have left. Also on the bottles is the information about the products, and ... Read the complete review
by - written on 25/02/04, updated on 26/02/04 (Very useful, 115 readings)
It was nearing Valentine’s day so I thought I had better pop into town to by a little gift for my beloved. Strangely enough I ended up with more gifts for me! These included some ‘Moisturising strawberry bath and shower gel’ from The Body Shop. I hadn’t meant to go in but they had a big strawberry promotion as a valentine special. Inside, I was greeted by a lovely smiley lady who embalmed me with a range of new strawberry products. They had -Moisturising strawberry bath and shower gel - £5 -Strawberry body scrub - £10 -Strawberry soap - £2.50 ... Read the complete review
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