Boots Botanics Golden Glow Body Lotion Reviews
Product Type: Boots Body Care
Description:Brand: Boots / Type: Body Lotion / Great for in the cold months when a moisturiser is really needed and a touch of ... more
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Boots Botanics Golden Glow Body Lotion Gradual Tan 250ml
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by - written on 31/05/10 (Very useful, 230 readings)
Boots Botanics Golden Glow Body Lotion is something of a miracle potion, by what you read on the packaging. On the front of the label it claims to "Build a gradual tan, [...] adds rich moisture, [...] protects collagen". On the back it also claims to fight cellulite and to "smooth and nourish" the skin. So, can it live up to its claims? For starters, the vital statistics: Golden Glow is sold in Boots stores, as you would expect, and currently retails for £2.99 for a bottle containing 250ml. There are often offers on the Botanics range - at the moment there is a 3rd off, so it would cost £1.99, but it's usual to see ... Read the complete review
by - written on 23/08/09 (Very useful, 181 readings)
Boots Botanics Golden Glow Body Lotion is the first tanning product I ever bought. I've always been a bit wary of fake tan, even the moisturizers that claim to build up a natural tan gradually, which is what Botanics Golden Glow is. I was always worried about turning orange or streaky or both, but I also hated being pale. I can't get a real tan. I just burn if I stay in the sun too long and it's bad for you anyway, so eventually I decided to take the risk and try fake tan. I chose Botanics Golden Glow because it was cheap (only £2.93 for a 250ml bottle, which is less than similar products cost), because it contained more natural ingredients than other ... Read the complete review
by - written on 12/01/09, updated on 12/01/09 (Very useful, 562 readings)
When it comes to fake tans I find them simply..at best....awful. With my really pale skin none have ever suited me and some have given me truly disastrous results and believe me over the years I've tried pretty much all the offerings from leading brands. However I long for sun-kissed skin and can't even get that when the sun is beating down and I lie in it and sunbeds and them stand up tanning booths don't work for me at all. I once had 12 sessions in a super tanning unit and wasted all my money cos I was still the colour of a milk bottle at the end of it all! So because I long to be a bronzed goddess opposed to my Mum saying I look pale and ... Read the complete review
by - written on 25/06/09 (Very useful, 109 readings)
This is part of the Boots Botanics range exclusive to the high street chemist. It is priced at 2.93 but there are often combination offers on the range. The bottle is really tall and thin. It is white, which makes it hard to see how much is inside. There is a pump on top which when purchased is locked down. This springs up when open, but I have never been able to get it to stay back down - not great to travel. The moisturiser itself is very liquid and drizzles off your hand. It is a very pale cream and sinks quickly in to your skin. It has like the rest of the brand a herb smell. This is due to the echinacea and honey in it which ... Read the complete review
by - written on 28/02/10 (Somewhat useful, 66 readings)
Being a loyal fan of Boot Botanics products, i thought it about time to work my way through their range of creams and lotions etc. Having dry skin means that i tend to go for creams rather than lotions but I must say that this is one lotion that i will definitely be using again. Full of natural goodness and light yet extremely moisturising which surprise me. The pump feature means that unlike a heavy cream, you dont have to make a mess and get cream stuck behind your nails which can be a nightmare. The glow it gave to the skin was quite appealing although i dont think it is all that necessary because well moisturised skin has a tendency to look brighter and healthier Read the complete review
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