The Body Shop Nail File Reviews
Product Type: The Body Shop in Beauty
Description:Brand: The Body Shop / Type: Nail File / Suitable for: Nails
Newest Review: ... pricey. They're £1.50 for two files and they're much smaller and thinner than I expected them to be. They're also quite ... more
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Customer The Body Shop Nail File Reviews (4)
by - written on 09/02/12
The nail file was a good size, but very thin to begin with. I did my nails with it only a couple of times before it started to become worn and smooth. It is also very flimsy, so you have to hold onto it with quite a grip. A little bit pricey for was itwas, as I have seen multi packs in various superstores for the same price. Nothing special, to sum it up.
by popmusicfan - written on 05/01/12
Advantages: The files have two sides, which is useful. One side is quite coarse which helps to exfoliate your nails and shape them. The coarse side also helps to smooth ridges and get rid of any excess bits of nail which may be irritating you. The other side is a finer side which helps to finish off your nails. It buffs them and leaves them looking healthy and shiny. The files come in a pack of two so you can keep one in your desk at work whilst keeping one in your handbag for on the go. They are easy to hold in the hand and they're easy to carry around in their little clear carry pack. They also look nice. Disadvantages: They're quite ... Read the complete review
by - written on 11/10/11 (Very useful, 105 readings)
I love to shop in The Body Shop and I make sure that I always use the special offers to their best advantage. I have a Love Your Body Card which gets me 10% off every purchase plus various other benefits one of which is free gifts. If I spend £10 or more in store I get a stamp on my card and, when I have 5 stamps, I get £5 off my next purchase and 10 stamps gets me £10 off. So, picture the scene, I am shopping in my local branch of The Body Shop and realised that my purchases came to just short of the ten pounds needed for a stamp on my card. I looked around for something that I would use that only cost a small amount and this is how I came to try The Body ... Read the complete review
by - written on 27/09/11 (Very useful, 54 readings)
The Body Shop Nail file I was recently in The Body Shop with Little Miss as it seems suddenly to have become her shop of choice. One of my nails was a bit ragged so when buying some skin care products, I picked up this pack of nail files. The shop assistant found them for me and was almost apologetic when she told me that they cost £1.50 but that there were two in the pack. I actually think this is a really good price for two nail files, as I usually spend more than this on just the one. The nail files come in an open plastic case and the files can be easily slid out of this packet. There is some information on the back of the packet, ... Read the complete review
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