Boots Extracts Fairtrade Mango Body Butter Reviews
Product Type: Boots Body Care
Description:Brand: Boots / Type: Body Butter / What it does: Enricheses
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by - written on 27/01/13 (Very useful, 74 readings)
== Extracts Fair-trade Mango Body Butter== ==How did I come to own the product?== I am normally only purchase The Body Shop body butters, however I was bought a set of the Extracts Fair-trade body butters which were 50ml rather than the normal 200ml in which they are sold separately. I wasn't expecting much from the product to be honest as I have never tried anything other than the ones I have just mentioned. I was a bit hesitant to try them at first as my skin can be sensitive to certain products and it can be quite hit and miss to whether I will have a reaction or not. ==Initial impressions== The tub is small and similar to the body ... Read the complete review
by - written on 30/07/11 (Very useful, 47 readings)
~~~~~~~~~~~ Going up, up, up! ~~~~~~~~~~~ I have always liked these body butters as an alternative to the much more expensive Body Shop body butters. When they were first launched years ago under the Mediterranean brand, they were a fiver but, like everything else, the price has gradually crept up over the years and, following a rebranding to the Extracts range, a tub of body butter now retails at £7.92 for 200ml. Quite a hefty rise since the £5 days, but still cheaper than the Body Shop versions which come in at £12.50 a tub. As all Boots bodycare products are currently on a three for two deal, I decided to give a few of these a try as I ... Read the complete review
by - written on 01/06/11 (Very useful, 19 readings)
I'm a bit of a spend-a-holic when it comes to Boots, I'll go in for one thing end always come out with a bag full of goodies, most of which only get used a couple of times. However, on a trip to Boots at the end of January, I discovered their range of Fair Trade Body Butters included in the 3 for 2 offer and seeing they had lots of lovely scents I picked up three, one being their Mango Body Butter. Usually these are priced at £7.92 (will earn you 28 points) for a 200ml tub, however on the 3 for 2 offers one of them is essentially free, so I convince myself that my spending can be justified. The Body Butter is packaged in a sturdy circular tub with ... Read the complete review
by ruby_xo - written on 27/05/11
When I do the food shopping I always try to make sure I buy as many Fairtrade products as I can. Whether an item is Fairtrade or not is the second most important factor for me in considering which products out of a few different products I am going to buy. We always have Fairtrade bananas, Fairtrade coffee, and other food and drink items in our household, but - and I'm sure its the same in many other houses, too - when it comes to other types of products like clothing and cosmetics, we just seem to completely forget the importance of the fact we should try and buy Fairtrade. If something is not Fairtrade then there is a good chance that it is a product made by slave ... Read the complete review
by - written on 01/02/11 (Very useful, 49 readings)
Since my boyfriend's family has taken to buying me Christmas presents now as well, I seem to have received rather a lot of bath stuff to use up this year. It's great, because it's always going to get used, and it saves me buying anything (other than shampoo) until next Christmas. One of the things that my boyfriend's mum got me was a set of Mango scented body stuff from Boots, which included this Mango Body Butter. It comes in an orange screw top tub and is a pale orange/yellow in colour. I have to say that I don't tend to buy body butters for myself; however I've noticed recently that my legs are quite rough after a bath or shower, and so I starting using ... Read the complete review
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