The Body Shop Dreams Unlimited Body Butter Reviews
Product Type: The Body Shop Body Care
Description:Brand: The Body Shop / Type: Body Butter / What it does: enrichses
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by - written on 24/05/11, updated on 26/12/11 (Very useful, 82 readings)
I'm a real fan of The Body Shop products and when browsing around one of their stores a few months ago I was approached by a sales assistant who offered me a free sample of a newly launched fragrance named Dreams Unlimited. I was quite taken back by its' beautiful scent and whilst I did not make a fragrance purchase I opted for the body butter, which is available in a 200 ml circular tub. I adore The Body Shop butters and have a few firm favourites, particularly those that offer a fruity aroma. I was a little disappointed when I finished using my tub, as I really could not justify purchasing a new one due to the fact that I still have several opened tubs of satsuma, .. Read the complete review
by - written on 21/03/13 (Very useful, 63 readings)
I am a great fan of a lot of the Body Shop Body Butters - I love the flowery and fruity ones but I'm not keen on the nutty ones. Last Christmas I received one that I hadn't even considered trying myself and this was the Dreams Unlimited Body Butter. All the Body Butters at the Body Shop currently cost £13.00 each. If you treat yourself to one of their Love Your Body cards you get 10% off all purchases either in store or online so, that way, it would only cost £11.70. I have also noticed that there are often good prices to be had on EBay too. The basic design of the packaging is the same as all the other Body Shop Body Butters - it is a solid, round, ... Read the complete review
by - written on 31/03/13 (Very useful, 47 readings)
I'd never tried any body butters from The Body Shop before, but during their recent sale I went a bit mad and stocked up on four or five! This was one of them, and I also bought the accompanying Eau de Toilette. The body butters are usually £13 RRP, but I picked this up for £5, with a further reduction in the form of an online voucher code and Top Cashback website meaning it cost me in the region of £3. The body butter comes in the usual screw lid tub, which is essential for body butters as they are usually too thick to squeeze through a tube or bottle. The packaging is quite classy, being white in colour with a swirl of purple and blues across the lid. I ... Read the complete review
by - written on 08/04/12 (Very useful, 35 readings)
I don't routinely buy from The Body shop, but only because I have firm favourites when it comes to the cosmetics I buy, but every now and again I find myself wandering in there and I'm generally pretty surprised and pleased with the products I end up with. One product I bought and tried fairly recently was the Body Shop Dreams UnlimitedTM Body Butter, which I bought for £6.25 for a 200ml tube. This was a really good price as it was on offer and was half price and while I have seen cheaper body butters available, I very much agree with the ethos of the Body Shop and so I'm willing to pay a little more if the product is decent. The Dreams UnlimitedTM Body ... Read the complete review
by - written on 25/06/11 (Very useful, 74 readings)
I must admit, I am not usually a reader of Marie Claire. However, when I saw that they were giving away free Body Shop Body Butters a while ago, I decided to buy one as the Body Butters at full price tend to be quite expensive. There were a variety of Body Butters to choose from, however I took a gamble and went for the Dreams Unlimited scent, not knowing what it smelt like, or being able to get any indication from the Body Butter's name. The gamble paid off; this Body Butter is divine! For those unfamiliar with Body Butters, the general idea is that they are used while bathing/showering in order to moisturise the body. The Body Butter's thick consistency is ... Read the complete review
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