The Body Shop Body Butter Reviews
Product Type: The Body Shop Body Care
Newest Review: ... that if you go out looking for this product, it may be hard to find, as there are so many beauty supplements out there, but ... more
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by - written on 29/03/08 (Useful, 119 readings)
I have been using The Body Shop Body Butter for over 3 months now and have two sorts. I have got a large pot of Pomegranate Body Butter (which was a Christmas limited edition) and I've got a small pot of Passion Fruit Body Butter. I have had the Pomegranate Body Butter for longer. Both of them are lovely flavours and have a really pleasant aroma that is not too strong which means you can enjoy the scent whilst you apply it but it doesn't linger on you or your clothes for the entire day. I think they both provide really effective moisturising and I use them both as a body moisturiser and as hand cream because I tend to get quite dry skin on my hands. Both ... Read the complete review
by - written on 21/10/08 (Very useful, 2367 readings)
In my opinion some of the best body lotion/moisturizers around are the range of Body Butters from The Body Shop. We are all aware of the ethical beauty store, The Body Shop which was founded by Anita Roddick in the 1970's. It now has over 2,000 stores in 54 countries and is the second largest cosmetic franchise in the world. It is known for its global issues around the world and makes sure that its products are not tested on animals, defend human rights etc. Apparently by the end of 2008 65% of their products will contain community traded ingredients. In 2006 they actually spent over $12 million on Community Traded ingredients. Their Body Butters definitely ... Read the complete review
by - written on 02/06/11 (Very useful, 46 readings)
You may have noticed I am currently reviewing my range of Body Shop products and I can say that their range of body butters are just as good as the rest of the products they sell! For who of you who are unsure, The Body Shop provide excellent quality products that are available on the high street and their shops can be found in most towns, cities and shopping centres. They are often vibrant looking, with an addictive smell that grabs your attention as you walk past. Because of this I never ever walk past without going in - it must be love! Moisturising, as well as a faithful beauty routine are something that is really important to me as I can see the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 23/10/10 (Very useful, 150 readings)
The Body Shop sells body butter in two sizes. A 50ml tub which costs £5 and a 200ml tub which cost £12.50. Quite often they have special offers of two of the large tubs for £15 and in the sale they often sell off the less popular 'flavours' for cheaper prices. The tubs the butters are kept in a thick coloured plastic. They are round and shallow and have a screw on and off lid. It is hard to get the body butter out without getting it stuck under your nails as you have to scoop it out, and for me that is a downside to these butters. Luckily once the sela is broken and the lid is unscrewed, it is easy to screw back up and get a tight seal without it leaking into ... Read the complete review
by - written on 02/09/10 (Very useful, 124 readings)
I first tried this body butter about 2 christmases ago when i was given a gift set containing 3 different scented body butter, i have continued to buy this body butter ever since. I have tried ALOT of body butters, creams and moisturisers and this is by far the best one in terms of how soft and smooth it leaves your body, the smell, the packaging, longevity and price. It is a definite MUST HAVE ITEM!! ~Useful Info~ Price: £5 or £12.50. Sizes: 50ml or 200ml. Fragrances Available: Coconut, Cocoa, Pink Grapefruit, Strawberry, Mango, Olive, Satsuma, Cherry, Lemon (And probably alot more that i cant think of ... Read the complete review
Products Similar to The Body Shop Body Butter
The Body Shop Almond & Honey Body Lotion - Superb fragrance Does not provide much moisture
The Body Shop Olive Dry Oil Mist - Lovely smell, lovely moisturiser Could be unsuitable for oiler skins.
The Body Shop Coconut Body Butter - Intense moisturisation for dry skin Doesn't sink in immediately, smell sticks around all day, like it or not!
The Body Shop Mango Body Butter - A lovely smelling thick body butter None
The Body Shop Nut Body Butter - Hydrates and feels good. A bit expensvie but worth it. Needs to used within 12 months.
The Body Shop Blueberry Body Butter - gorgeous blueberry scent, rich and creamy, softens skin, provides lasting moisture none
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