The Sanctuary Mum To Be Supple Shower Oil Reviews
Product Type: The Sanctuary Bath / Shower
Newest Review: ... the sensation on my belly and to keep it moist and hydrated. The oil is from The Sanctuary Spa Covent Garden and comes in a ... more
Customer The Sanctuary Mum To Be Supple Shower Oil Reviews (4)
by - written on 20/10/11 (Very useful, 38 readings)
Well, I'm already a mum but I'm also a mum to be for the second time and at the start of my pregnancy one of my good friends gave me some Sanctuary Mum to Be products. She knew I already liked the regular Sanctuary range on account of their being lotions and bottles of it all over my house so she thought I would like the mum to be range. One of the products she gave me was the supple skin shower oil. Keeping your skin nice and hydrated and smooth during pregnancy is a nice feeling as you never feel completely glamorous or 100% during pregnancy so to be able to do something nice like this for your skin is great. I love to use oil on my belly as its here the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 16/03/11 (Very useful, 65 readings)
I received a sanctuary mum to be set from my hubby not long after we learnt our happy news. In the set there was three items - a body butter, a shower oil and bath soak (see separate reviews). This shower oil is the final product in the set for me to review. THE SANCTUARY The Sanctuary is a women's spa in Covent Garden, London. As such, products in this range tend to be of exceptional quality, made from fine ingredients and tend to be priced accordingly. Their products are available for order direct from them online, or alternatively are stocked in Boots stores up and down the country. The shower oil can be purchased for £7.14 for a ... Read the complete review
by - written on 12/08/08 (Very useful, 38 readings)
THE SANCTUARY MUM TO BE OVERVIEW The Sanctuary Mum-To-Be range uses natural ingredients and Essential Oils, specially designed for pregnant and post-pregnancy skin. The Sanctuary blind tests each product on a panel of 60 women between 3-8 months of pregnancy and each product scored 8/10 or higher. MUM TO BE SUPPLE SHOWER OIL The Supple Shower Oil contains Coconut Oil, protective Vitamin E and regenerating Rosehip Seed Oil. To me, not a great combination as the smell is quite strong and not all that pleasant. It is quite earthy. I could not smell coconut at all. The combination is meant to clean the skin of the stomach, adding moisture ... Read the complete review
by - written on 28/03/10 (Very useful, 36 readings)
I recently received this in a Mum-to-Be Pure Pamper Bag at my baby shower, from my best friend. It came in a small pack along with a Collagen Boosting Body Butter and Soft Skin Bath Soak. Out of the three items, my favourite is definitely the Supple Shower Oil. Being almost 8months pregnant, I've been starting to worry about stretch marks, and what is happening to my skin as I get larger. Having done nothing so far in terms of moisturising my skin, I was worried I had left it too late. But then, my best friend bought me this lovely set a few weeks back. I use the Supple Shower Oil more when I'm in the bath admittedly. I make sure that my skin ... Read the complete review
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