Boots Essentials Cucumber Moisurising Cream Reviews
Product Type: Boots body care
Description:Brand: Boots / Texture: Cream / Type: Cream / Skin type: for dry skin and for all types / Product line: Boots Essentials
Newest Review: ... a more simple "cleanse, tone & moisturise". With little money, I headed for Boots, & picked up the ... more
Customer Boots Essentials Cucumber Moisurising Cream Reviews (9)
by - written on 08/09/11 (Very useful, 44 readings)
I have used Boots Essentials cucumber moisturising cream for years now. I'm not in a position to spend a lot on skincare products, but I do like to use them and luckily I don't have such pernickety skin that I need highly specialised (and expensive) stuff. I can't remember how much I paid for this last I bought it, as there was an offer on (BOGOF I think) and I came home with 2 pots. They have lasted me a really long time hence I have forgotten the price but I can see on the Boots website that it is currently selling for £1.52 per 100ml pot. The packaging is pretty plain in shades of green, but to me it looks clean and fresh. While I can appreciate and enjoy ... Read the complete review
by - written on 27/12/10 (Very useful, 47 readings)
At this time of year, I find that my face gets very dry because of the cold weather and wind, and so I find that I need to moisturise my face several times throughout the day. I therefore like to carry around with me an every day moisturiser that I can use lots of without having to worry about the fact that its costing me too much! I do have more expensive moisturisers such as those by Clarins and Biotherm, but I also use Boots own products a lot as they are generally great for everyday use. One of these moisturisers that I use is the Boots Essentials Cucumber Moisurising Cream. It comes in a small tub containing 100 mls of the moisturiser which costs £1.49 - ... Read the complete review
by - written on 19/04/11, updated on 01/05/11 (Very useful, 63 readings)
Just the other day I was stopped by a salesperson in a department store asking if I wanted to try a new body cream which had just come on the market. Knowing these kinds of sales all too well, it suddenly dawned on me that my hands and arms felt and looked too dry. Usually the first indication like this means I'm not consuming enough water, but following the warmer days of spring and little need to conk up the central heating at home I made my way to Boots instead of paying out for the highly elevated £35 asking price, of just 50ml of a wonder potion claiming to have natural sea weed additives and green tea. As a student I recall the Boots cucumber ... Read the complete review
by - written on 28/03/10 (Very useful, 63 readings)
So I found myself off to see The Rocky Horror Picture show straight from work the other day, I had brought my clothes with me but forgot all of my skin care stuff. Also finding myself way too close to pay day, I dashed down to Boots to get some face wipes and mosituriser and laid my hands on this. ***Packaging*** The wipes are packaged in a light green round, plastic pot with a screw top lid. The lid is a slightly darker green. The packaging is very sleek and attractive. I find the colour very appealing and the simplicity of the design indicative that the moisturiser isn't all fancy and full of miracle skin boosters. It isn't marketed as ... Read the complete review
by - written on 12/07/12 (Very useful, 95 readings)
Boots Essentials skincare is my go-to brand for a basic but effective product at a cheap price. The benefit of Advantage card points plus frequent special offers adds to their charm as they can often be found on 3for2 or other such promotions. When not on special, the product retails at around 1.50 for 100ml. I was first introduced to this brand a number of years ago. My older brother was suffering with severe acne, & in his desperate quest to rid himself of it, he tried literally dozens of different products claiming to clear his skin. The results were not good, & as well as the spots, his skin looked angry as it was bombarded with multiple chemicals ... Read the complete review
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