The Body Shop Aloe Soothing Night Cream. Reviews
Product Type: The Body Shop body care
Description:Brand: The Body Shop / Texture: Cream / Type: Night Cream / What it does: Soothes / Product line: The Body Shop Aloe / A rich night moisturiser that works effectively to rejuvenate skin while you sleep /
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Customer The Body Shop Aloe Soothing Night Cream. Reviews (12)
by - written on 30/07/12, updated on 13/03/13 (Very useful, 74 readings)
I was shopping for make-up products in the Bodyshop when at the till the sales assistant gave me a sample of Aloe Soothing Night Cream. After trying the product and mentioning it to a family member I then recieved a gift bag from them on my birthday with a little 15ml tub of the cream inside. The Bodyshop's Aloe range is specificially designed to be free of all chemical nasties such as fragrance, colour, alcohol and preservatives. This means it's great for all skin types but especially for those with sensitive skin. The 15ml (or 4g) sized mini version and the larger regular sized 50ml version both come in plastic tubs. These tubs have screw off lids and are ... Read the complete review
by - written on 03/07/10, updated on 17/07/11 (Very useful, 193 readings)
Like most women I simply love buying and receiving beauty products, particularly as I find there's just something so satisfying in spending a few hours relaxing and pampering myself (that's when I can find the time!). Last Christmas my sister gave me a huge basket, which she had filled with dozens of beauty products; all of which she had hand picked from various shops. In amongst the array of bottles and boxes, there were three 15ml containers of The Body Shop Aloe Soothing Night Cream. For those of you who are not familiar with The Body Shop, their products are somewhat more expensive than other stores because in 1987 they launched Community ... Read the complete review
by - written on 07/12/08 (Very useful, 352 readings)
After my experiment with the vitamin E range from the Body Shop, I then realised my skin was slightly more sensitive than I had first thought. During the same shopping spree when I bought the vitamin E products I received a gift set as a freebie which included some trial sized aloe face creams. The aloe soothing night cream was the first I tried because I wanted to try and restore my skin to its former beauty (I can dream). My reasoning for choosing the night cream over the day cream first was because your skin gets the most chance to restore itself at night when you are asleep so I was trying to help it on its way. The night cream is packaged ... Read the complete review
by - written on 11/09/08 (Very useful, 664 readings)
I love trying out all manner of products, I just can't help myself so when a small 15ml pot of this came in a free gift bag I received because of ordering products totalling over £25.00 I had to give it a try. I say free it wasn't that is a lie, it cost me £5.00 and had this small pot, a pot the same size of the day cream, a sample size mascara, small bottles of Moringa shower gel, Aqua lily perfume and body lotion as well as tub of Moringa body butter (that costs £5.00 on its own!) all in a pretty little makeup bag, BARGAIN! I have used the day cream before and it is ok, especially good when my skin is feeling dry and sore, as it doesn't sting when applied. ... Read the complete review
by - written on 30/07/12, updated on 30/07/12 (Very useful, 88 readings)
I have always considered myself as quite lucky to having been blessed with pretty good skin, and I never used any type of face moisturiser (or any other product as part of a regular facial skin care routine as a matter of fact) until about two years ago, when at the age of 36 I started to notice the dreaded fine lines that come with age, smoking, sun bed use and so on. The fine lines that I am talking about (and that I am the not so proud owner of) are those around the corners of my eyes, which will eventually turn into ugly crows' feet (I like to call them happy lines myself as they are more noticeable when I am smiling), but hopefully not for a very long ... Read the complete review
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