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Woods of Windsor Forget Me Not Cream Bath

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Brand: Woods Of Windsor / Texture: Cream / Type: Bath Cream / Subcategory: Bath Cream / Oil

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      03.05.2013 20:42

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      I absolutely love the Forget Me Not scent. This product has been discontinued by Woods of Windsor but thousands are requesting they bring it back!

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      11.02.2010 02:23
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      Nice product and a nice looking gift too!

      When I'm at home (which isn't that much this year as I'm off on my travels on a huge vacation!) I love a really nice, hot, long soak. I love to relax in a tub with a mag and a cup of tea and really nice silky, soft, sweet smelling water!

      I spotted this in Poundland costing of course a pound! After a bit of research on this product since I purchased it I now know you should expect to pay (in places like Debenhams) around the £8.50 mark so I do suggest you look at online discount stores to try grab yourself a bargain or keep your eyes peeled in Poundland like I did!

      The Packaging:

      The plastic bottle is 250ml in size and clear plastic with a screw on/off white plastic lid/cap covering a largish hole to the top of it. In white writing I'm told it is Woods Of Windsor Moisturising Cream Bath and the size is stated (as I've listed already) and there are little blue flowers all over the bottle. The box is the same colour scheme wise and once again your clearly told what it is etc and on the back of the box the ingredients are listed as are contact details for Woods Of Windsor. It's all rather nice and plain looking and not too busy and I do like the box it comes in because it makes it nice to give away as a gift.

      The Bath Cream Itself:

      All you need of this under running taps is small blob of the pearlescent light blue thickish cream. It smells very delicately but naturally floral. It isn't overly strong or too rich but nicely sweet and gently fragranced.

      It lathers up into big white thick rich bubbles with ease and those bubbles last me for the duration of my bath even though sometimes I can spend a good couple of hours soaking in it!

      It softens and gently cleanses the skin and the fragrance although light, like the bubbles stays lingering in the bath too for the duration.

      It rinses out of the bath when finished with ease leaving no nasty oil slick or grime behind it and leaves no residue on the skin either and of course leaves the skin feeling rather smooth and supple too!

      The smell lingers on the skin for a good couple of hours too and all round it's a nice, high quality product and it does work out economical due to only needing a pea sized amount per bath to get a rather simple but luxurious bath!

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