Other The Sanctuary Reviews
Product Type: The Sanctuary body care
Description:Brand: The Sanctuary / Skin type: for dry skin and for all types
Newest Review: ... Now when I say thick, I really mean it; you don't need much at all so even though it is a small pot, it lasts for ages. ... more
Price Comparison for Other The Sanctuary
Customer Other The Sanctuary Reviews (4)
by - written on 09/08/10 (Very useful, 50 readings)
I love Sanctuary products; I usually pick them up when they're on offer at Boots, although a local discount beauty store sometimes has Sanctuary products for £2 and under. The first Sanctuary product I bought was their Shimmer Balm, I picked it up for £1.49 (although it retailed at £4.49) a few years ago. It comes in a small 50 ml pale gold tub with a clear lid. The product itself is a thick, dark gold/bronze coloured cream. Now when I say thick, I really mean it; you don't need much at all so even though it is a small pot, it lasts for ages. The directions advise to, 'Massage into skin'. As it is such a thick cream, and in a dark ... Read the complete review
by - written on 21/01/04, updated on 21/01/04 (Very useful, 74 readings)
Have I ever mentioned how badly I treat my hands? Well I do. If they could run off to a centre for battered hands, they would, but they're not strong enough to do it. I'm a chewer. And when I run out of nails to chew, I start on the skin around them. I know, that's revolting, and believe me, I don't really do it consciously, but the result is nasty nasty peely finger ends (vile, but stick with me people) I also suffer from really bad dry skin. Sometimes my hands look like they are covered in chalk dust or something because the skin is so dry and flaky. Mmm, who wants to hold my hands? No one? Humph. Well this week, ... Read the complete review
by - written on 15/01/06 (Very useful, 437 readings)
I am generally a big fan of products made by The Sanctuary, a wonderful day spa in Covent Garden in London (ladies only). Their products are usually good quality, and are available from the spa and Boots The Chemist. This Christmas Boots ran a BOGOF offer, so it was no surprise that I received a number of Sanctuary gifts. Among them was a bottle of Foaming Bath Soak, which I think was only recently introduced to the Sanctuary range. It comes in a bottle of 250ml for £4.50 (although as I mentioned, I was given it). You can also buy it as part of many different gift packs of Sanctuary products. The bottle is clear, squeezy plastic, with the characteristic fish ... Read the complete review
by - written on 09/07/02, updated on 09/07/02 (Somewhat useful, 49 readings)
I have a job which means that I am on my feet for most of my shift and as a cosequence I am always on the lookout for great foot products. Because I like and use other Sanctuary Products I thought I would give their leg and foot range a go, despite the cost. Price £4.99 for 100ml - very expensive! I think it could do with being stronger in the tea-tree oil department or maybe a touch of menthol might help becase the effect does not last long enough. I can't help feeling that it is the 'wetness' of the product that is cooling rather than it's ingredients and again this is because the refreshing element does not last! I will use every ... Read the complete review
Products Similar to Other The Sanctuary
The Sanctuary Mande Lular - Smells gorgeous, rubs in well, isn't greasy, good for sensitive skin None
The Sanctuary Cleansing Facial Wash - Bottle looks quite nice, even if it is impractical Everything else!
The Sanctuary Collagen Boosting Mask - youthful, dewy looking skin a little pricey, smells quite strong
Mum To Be Stretch Mark Oil - Gorgeous smell, soothes skin, possibly prevented stretch marks Rather expensive
The Sanctuary Creme Brulee - Easily absorbed, lovely smell, works really well. Bit expensive!
The Sanctuary Brightening Eye Gel - Feels quite nice, absorbs quickly Feels dry, doesn't really do what it says it does
|More products in Skin Care|
All these and are taken from reviews of the dooyooCommunity.
|T-Zone Spot Zapping Stick|
Works well - Economical product - Easy/quick to use - Kind to sensitive skin..
None for me..
|Simple Spotless Skin Deep Clean Cleansing Pads|
Cleanses skin without the need for water
Not very effective, scratchy and uncomfortable to use
|Cuticura Dry Skin Moisture Lotion|
Large quantity at a good price. Contains glycerin which makes it an effective moisturiser.
Makes skin feel slimy when washed. May be better as a hand cream than a body cream.
|Balance Me Pure Skin Face Wash|
Removes make up and dirt efficiently, natural ingredients
Might not provide enough hydration, smell
|Origins GinZing Energy-boosting Moisturizer|
Natural and good quality at an ok price
Not an anti aging one as well
|LP Skin Therapy Overnight Replenish Cream|
|Yves Rocher Express Cleanser Sensitive Eyes With Cornflower|
Works brilliantly, smells nice, lasts well
None at all
|Christy Face Mask Sachet Lemongrass & WitchHazel|
Fresh smelling and cheap
Hard to get off.
|Neutrogena Visibly Clear Gentle Exfoliating Wash|
Easy to use and feels pleasant
Doesn't completely eliminate spots
|Simple Oil Control Regulating Exfoliator Wash|