The Body Shop Raspberry Body Scrub Reviews
Product Type: The Body Shop Bath / Shower
Description:Brand: The Body Shop / Scrub / Type: Body Scrub / What it does: Exfoliates,
Newest Review: ... and a label covered in a picture of raspberries. The scrub contains moisturising raspberry extract to nourish normal skin, ... more
Price Comparison for The Body Shop Raspberry Body Scrub
Customer The Body Shop Raspberry Body Scrub Reviews (5)
by - written on 21/08/11 (Very useful, 57 readings)
As a Love Your Body card holder I am a regular in The Body Shop. My birthday came around in May and I was pleased to receive a £5 voucher via email to print off to spend in store. Even more exciting was that my voucher came whilst there was also a sale on in the Cambridge store. This raspberry body scrub, caught my eye as it was half price making it £6 with my voucher and a further 10% off I ended up paying ninety pence for my full sized scrub. An excellent buy, or so I thought... ***Who are The Body Shop?*** The Body Shop was first founded by Anita Roddick in Brighton offering high quality products that were sustainably sourced and gave back to the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 10/04/10 (Very useful, 38 readings)
Body Shop Raspberry Body Scrub is generally available instores and online on a seasonal basis. Typically this runs from the summer to the New Year. It costs approximately £12 for 200ml which admittedly is quite expensive, but if you look for it towards the end of its run - particularly during the January sales you can get it for half price, along with the accompanying body butter at the same cost. The scrub comes in a flattish circular tub, with a transparent bottom and a screw top lid. This comes off easily and fits quite securely. The shape of it means that it stacks nice and easily in your bathroom. On opening the tub you are met with a ... Read the complete review
by - written on 15/02/10 (Very useful, 59 readings)
I'm working my way through some of the Body Shop products I treated myself to over Christmas at the moment, and the raspberry body scrub is the most recent product I've tried. I bought this product online from the Body Shop website where it cost me £3 as it was included in the sale, full price body scrubs currently seem to cost £12.50 for 200ml or £5 for 50ml. As I'd bought the scrub without looking at it in the shop I wasn't really sure what to expect, so when I opened the jar I was really impressed, firstly by the absolutely gorgeous smell and also by the appearance, it looked like raspberry jam, completely different from any other scrub I've used ... Read the complete review
by - written on 22/05/12 (Very useful, 59 readings)
Using a body scrub is essential for me to keep my skin smooth and soft, particularly as I epilate my legs and want to avoid ingrowing hairs. I've tried a number of scrubs from The Body Shop, most recently the Raspberry scrub. Most 200ml tubs of body scrub cost £12.50 at full price, but I managed to obtain this for only £3 in the online sale. I assume there was once a full range of raspberry products but I would guess they have all been discontinued. I used this scrub with the Strawberry range - close enough in scent I guessed! The scrub's tub is designed in a similar fashion to other Body Shop scrubs, being made of clear plastic with an ... Read the complete review
by - written on 23/03/10, updated on 15/09/10 (Very useful, 52 readings)
Having used both The Body Shop Raspberry Body Butter and Shower Gel, I could not stop myself from buying The Body Shop Raspberry Body Scrub. The thing that attracts me most is the wonderful, intense raspberry smell. This scrub comes in a round container - you may think that it is easy to mix it up with the body butter and try to use one instead of the other, but the scrub container is slightly smaller. Each vessel contains 200 ml of the scrub. The scrub is quite runny so since I am very clumsy I need to be careful not to spill it all over my bathroom floor. It has a dark pink colour and a lot of little scrubbing bits and pieces - as I read on the ... Read the complete review
Products Similar to The Body Shop Raspberry Body S ...
The Body Shop Ginger Shower Gel - Smells gorgeous, half price. Limited edition so will disappear! :o(
The Body Shop Cranberry Body Polish - good exfoliator, gel consistency foams up and is gentle against skin, nice scent, easy to use did not last long, limited edition so hard to get hold of
The Body Shop Shea Body Scrub - Everything! None.
Body Shop Almond Shower Gel - Can be bought for £2 in their online sales. Horrible texture left my skin feeling sticky and unclean, bitter smell, didn't moisturise my skin.
The Body Shop Raspberry Shower Gel - Gorgeous smell, moisturises your skin Quite expensive compared to other shower gels and creams
The Body Shop Wild Cherry Shower Gel - Smells delicious. Pricey.
|More products in Bath / Shower|
All these and are taken from reviews of the dooyooCommunity.
|Lush Bunty Gift Set|
A lovely girly gift box of goodies
Not a cheap gift and no voucher in mine this time
|The Body Shop Japanese Cherry Blossom Bath & Shower Gel|
smell, lather and design
my skin feels awful after drying, discomfort, scent doesn't last long at all
|John Masters Organics Blood Orange & Vanilla Body Wash|
Worked well, smells good, a little goes a long way
|Cussons Imperial Leather Hawaiian Spa Foamburst|
price, smells really nice and it is fun!
|Ted Baker Dark Green Hair & Body Wash|
For men- smooth skin, light clean smell
|Cussons Imperial Leather Revitalising Shower Gel|
Smells nice, works well, cheap
None for me
|Palmolive Aroma Therapy Shower Gel|
Relaxing, Lovely scent, Perhaps 'anti-stress', Good price, Nice to use, Good design
|Palmolive Thermal Spa Massage Shower Gel|
|Lush Joy of Jelly|
Smells fab, lasts ages, good value
Can be a little tricky to get the hang of at first!
|B Scent Solid Sugar Scrub|
Smells wonderful, easy to use, nice shape, it has glitter in it
More expensive then Lush