The Body Shop Shea Shower Cream Reviews
Product Type: The Body Shop Bath / Shower
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Customer The Body Shop Shea Shower Cream Reviews (10)
by - written on 04/09/10 (Very useful, 82 readings)
The Body Shop is a highstreet and online beauty company with a natural and ethical approach to products. There are around 2500 stores worldwide and www.bodyshop.co.uk also stocks their products. You can even have a Body Shop party in your own home! Body Shop don't test their products on animals and can confidently advise that everything they produce is suitable for vegetarians. They are also involved in a Fair Trade programme which allows those in poorer enviroments to secure a decent income from providing the ingredients. The Body Shop product range is extensive and offers skincare, bodycare, hair and makeup products. They also have a selection ... Read the complete review
by - written on 20/07/10 (Very useful, 49 readings)
A few weeks ago The Body Shop had a sale on, so although I normally shop at Boots for all my bathroom and body essentials, I decided I would pop in and have a look to see what was on offer. I picked up this shower cream and it cost me about £3 for a 250ml bottle, saving me money as it would have normally costed me £6. The reasons I decided to buy this particular shower cream over any other is because I just love the fragrance of shea nuts, which is a bit strange because I hate the taste of nuts! It is a delicious smell that smells nutty but sweet at the same time. I also bought the shea body butter and shea body scrub, as well as a few other ... Read the complete review
by - written on 22/12/09 (Very useful, 61 readings)
I recently bought a Christmas present for myself, which consisted of a Bathe Beautiful kit from the Body Shop. I chose the Shea variety as I really like the shea body butter they make. The kit came with this body wash, among other things. I like this stuff for the effect it has, but I don't find it particularly enjoyable to use. Shea body wash comes in a 250ml plastic bottle that you can either buy separately or as part of a kit. To use it, I simply squeeze some onto a bath lily (I use the one that came with the kit) and rub it on my skin in the shower. I find I have to use a bit more of it than I do with other body wash, but this is probably because it's ... Read the complete review
by - written on 31/07/08 (Very useful, 124 readings)
Recently I held a Body Shop at home party and as a result got £25 to spend on products of my choice. Unsure what to spend my "earnings" on, I went for a package which included 3 full size Shea butter products including the Shea Shower Cream. The Shea Shower Cream is part of a range of shea butter products from the Body Shop which also includes body butter, foaming bath soak, body scrub, lip butter, soap and body lotion. I received the shower cream, body scrub and body butter, all for a bargain £25. To look into hosting a Body Shop at home party for yourself, pop along to http://www.tbsresource.com/athome/ The shower cream comes in a clear ... Read the complete review
by - written on 31/08/12 (Very useful, 51 readings)
I bought The Body Shop's Shea Shower Cream on a whim, while shopping for a gift. I needed some more shower gel, and as someone who has liked other shea butter products, I decided this would be my next product to try. I paid £4 for 250ml, which made me feel that I wasn't getting too much for my money. I do love that scent though, so I decided to treat myself. The bottle is quite simply designed, but it doesn't look too cheap, and the label lists all the usual useful information, such as an ingredients list. The lid is flip top and the dispensing hole is perfectly sized to ensure you get a manageable quantity out at once. The cream isn't as runny as some ... Read the complete review
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