Sanctuary Creme Souffle Reviews
Product Type: Sanctuary body care
Description:Brand: Sanctuary / Type: Body Lotion/Moisturiser / Subcategory: Cream / Souffle / Skin type: for dry skin and for all ... more
Newest Review: ... too, how a body moisturiser could be a Souffle, but Sanctuary have totally pulled it off. More on that later. It is ... more
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Sanctuary Crème Soufflé 475ml
A dessert for your skin, this whipped Crème Soufflé can be scoope ...
Last Update 03.12.2013 12:22
Customer Sanctuary Creme Souffle Reviews (10)
by - written on 01/12/13 (Very useful, 37 readings)
Anyone who regularly subjects themselves to reading my Dooyoo ramblings will know that I am in love with the Sanctuary Spa range, developed in the spa chain of the same name and easily available in Boots stores and online. Not the cheapest yet not offensively overpriced when you're at that stage in life (or more to the point, stage in your late 20s) when you realise that skin care investment and Me Time indulgence is a necessity to survival if you intend to do it with any degree of aesthetic credibility, the range screams quality and for me overly justifies the slightly higher-than-perfect price tag. The latest product I will be reviewing is their Creme ... Read the complete review
by - written on 19/02/11 (Very useful, 69 readings)
----------WHAT IS IT?---------- Don't be misled by the name, this isn't edible! Although it's so delectable on your skin that you're going to wish it was. I'm fortunate to have a bucket-load of Sanctuary products (thank you boyfriend who doesn't think I know about Boots 3-for-2 offers every holiday), but I love Sanctuary so that doesn't matter. Crème Soufflé is my favourite moisturiser from Sanctuary. ----------WHAT'S GOOD ABOUT IT?---------- This is completely different from any moisturiser I have ever used - for all the right reasons! It's a light moisturiser that looks like it's been air-whipped, as there are little air-bubble ... Read the complete review
by - written on 28/05/10, updated on 13/10/10 (Very useful, 11 readings)
There is nothing more luxurious than pampering yourself with some of the gorgeous products from those lovely people at the Sanctuary Spa in Covent Garden. Once upon a time the Sanctuary Spa experience was something only to be enjoyed within the confines of the spa itself, but with the launch of the the Sanctuary skin care range it became possible for people to take the spa experience home with them. ********************************************************** Sanctuary Spa Essentials Crème Souffle retails at around £9.49 for a generous 475ml tub. The souffle is light and fluffy and easily absorbed into your skin. It feels so ... Read the complete review
by - written on 01/09/13 (Very useful, 51 readings)
I recently received a pot of Sanctuary Crème Souffle free when I purchased another Sanctuary product in Boots - Sanctuary quite often run these promotions with full or trial sized products being given away when you make a purchase. To be honest, I'm not a huge fan of Sanctuary's 'orange lid' range, which tends to be overly perfumed in comparison to their other ranges, but I'm also nosey enough about trying new products that I wanted to give this a try. Sanctuary Crème Souffle is a body moisturiser which, although it comes in a large tub like body butters, has a completely different texture. As suggested by the name, Crème Souffle has a whipped texture and ... Read the complete review
by - written on 08/04/13, updated on 08/04/13 (Very useful, 35 readings)
I was given this as part of a Sanctuary set for Christmas and was immediately keen to use it as I know their products are meant to be of a high standard. This souffle moisturiser comes in a huge tub which is made from a frosted clear plastic and has a frosted orange plastic lid. The orange colour is synonymous with the sanctuary brand so though ordinarily might put me off it just fits well with the overall look. On top and around the circular edge of the tub there are stickers which tell you a little bit more about this product, what is in it and what it claims to do. As soon as you open the tub there is an instantly a heavily perfumed scent that ... Read the complete review
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