The Sanctuary Bath Relaxer Reviews
Product Type: The Sanctuary Bath / Shower
Description:Brand: The Sanctuary / Type: Bath Cream / Oil / What it does: destresses / A very soothing infusion of Natural Palm enriched with Essential and Spice Oils / An indulgent bath oil to soothe and moisturise your skin / The subtle infusion of natural Almond Oil ... more
Newest Review: ... is that typically associated with sanctuary items; clear plastic and orange, it is of good quality and is what i would ... more
Customer The Sanctuary Bath Relaxer Reviews (16)
by - written on 10/04/11 (Very useful, 59 readings)
I should probably start this review by saying I hate bath oils. Can't stand the things. No matter how little I use they always leave my skin feeling extremely oily and I always have to jump in the shower after to remove the layer left on my skin. However, knowing I love Sanctuary products some well meaning person bought me this as a gift for Christmas. Not wanting to seem ungrateful I thought I'd give it a try, after all, it was a Sanctuary product and their products hadn't let me down so far. What Is It? ~~~~~~~ This is a bath relaxer oil from the Spa Essentials range. For those of you not already aware then this range is ... Read the complete review
by - written on 19/08/10 (Very useful, 8 readings)
This product is brought to you by the luxuary brand that is sanctuary and the people who own the famous day spa in Covent Garden, London. The product is from the traditional, original sanctuary range. It is in a clear bottle with a orange cap and the liquid inside is a orange/gold colour. This is a colour theme that runs through the whole of the original product range. This product has various ingredients such as: jojoba, evening primrose and almond oil. These oils moisturise and nourish the skin as well as aiding a sensual, relaxing bathing experience. I found that this is a high quality prouduct and is worth every penny. I have been spending money on this product and . Read the complete review
by - written on 13/01/10 (Very useful, 31 readings)
I have a confession to make. I am a bubble bath hoarder. My bathroom is littered with a vast array of bath essences, milks, oils- all with a sorry inch or two left in the bottom that I haven't finished before moving onto the next one. Surveying the chaos last night, this bottle caught my eye. I bought this maybe 18 months ago, used up most of it, then forgot all about it. So I thought I'd treat myself to a Sanctuary evening, and use up some leftover Kyphi scrub at the same time. Having opened it first 18 months ago, I checked the back to see if it would have 'gone off'. 36 months, the bottle said- I guess maybe its got a longer life because it's ... Read the complete review
by - written on 11/12/08 (Very useful, 146 readings)
For those of you who are not familiar with The Sanctuary, I can inform you that it is a ladies-only day spa which was opened in Covent Garden, London thirty years ago. The Sanctuary spa has also brought out a range of bath and body products, which can be purchased from their website or from larger Boots stores. According to the bottle these 'help you to create a pampering spa experience at home'. I have tried a number of products from the range, but this review is for their 'Bath Relaxer' which was given to me as a birthday present a few months ago... Firstly it is important to note that the 'Bath Relaxer' is not a bubble bath, but is more of a bath oil. ... Read the complete review
by - written on 31/12/05, updated on 31/12/05 (Very useful, 204 readings)
I’ve just tried out one of my Christmas pressies, a little gem my mum picked in the form of a bottle of Sanctuary Bath Relaxer. The Sanctuary Covent Garden is an ultra posh ladies only day spa in London which exists, it seems, simply to add a little bit of luxury into our lives. Now they’ve made a deal with Boots allowing them exclusive sale of their gorgeous beauty products, we can all pamper ourselves (even those of us not brave enough to drive into London!). The Relaxer is basically an upmarket bath oil, coming in an attractive understated plastic bottle emblazoned with The Sanctuary name and logo. It looks great in the bathroom and you can be ... Read the complete review
Products Similar to The Sanctuary Bath Relaxer
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The Sanctuary Salt Scrub Bar - Improves skin condition can be drying, definitely need a moisturiser after use
The Sanctuary Body Scrub - Smells delicious Didn't do the trickExpensive for what it is
The Sanctuary Hot Sugar Body Polish - It works and its a delight to use None whatsoever
The Sanctuary Foaming Bath Soak - Lovely smell, nice packaging Overpriced, where are the bubbles?
The Sanctuary Creamy Body Wash - Lovely Smell Doesn't last very long.
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