The Body Shop Carrot Moisture Cream Reviews
Product Type: The Body Shop body care
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Customer The Body Shop Carrot Moisture Cream Reviews (12)
by - written on 27/09/11 (Very useful, 30 readings)
This is one of the cheapest moisturisers from The Body Shop and I really like it. I like the way it is different as it is called 'Carrot' and I gave it a try for the price and the uniqueness. I now use it all the time. It costs £4 for 50ml and is really good value. It is in a black tub, where you just unscrew the top and apply. I normally apply it to my face after washing and toning my face. I have found it lasts a few months, as you only need a little bit for your face and neck. The design of the tub also means you can get all the moisturiser out of it and you don't feel like you are throwing any away. The moisturiser is orange in colour and has quite a ... Read the complete review
by - written on 19/05/11 (Very useful, 60 readings)
I'm a huge fan of beauty products and over the years I have accumulated and tried a large number of moisturising products. With night time "intensive" moisturisers I tend to pay slightly more however for day time use I tend to look for more value products suitable for combination skin. One recently suggested by a friend was The Body Shop Carrot Moisture Cream. ***Availability*** The Carrot Moisture Cream is available from The Body Shop stores and online. I purchased it online and was told this was a "limited edition product" and that it will only be in stock for a limited time (when purchased in April 2011) however the sales ... Read the complete review
by - written on 19/07/10 (Very useful, 236 readings)
Usually, I use Lush skin care, as the natural ingredients suit my sensitive skin. However, the moisturisers are expensive and so I decided to try something different. The Body Shop's Carrot Moisture Cream seemed like the ideal solution. I recall my mum using it when it was originally released and the smell immediately brought back some fond memories. At £3.99 for 50ml, it seemed perfect and promised to give me skin that felt 'beautifully soft and smooth'- great! The product seemed gentle enough, with carrot oil, beeswax and sesame oil amongst the main ingredients listed so I happily bought it. The smell was still as lovely as I ... Read the complete review
by - written on 28/03/10 (Very useful, 206 readings)
Recently The Body Shop decided to bring back some of the products that it had discontinued over the years, mostly dating back to the 1980s when the Body Shop was a real purveyor of natural beauty products rather than the chemical-laden stuff they tend to sell today. The products that they've brought back are now grouped together as "Anita's Favourites" on their Web site. They're named this for the founder of the company, Anita Roddick Why she discontinued them if they were her favourites is anyone's guess, but what matters is that they're now back, if only for a limited time. I placed an order for several of these ... Read the complete review
by - written on 13/11/11 (Very useful, 43 readings)
I first tried this cream as I was looking for a moisturiser and saw Carrot moisture cream was half price on The Body Shop website so it was only £2. With the price tag and something sounding so good for my skin I had to try it. I have really sensitive skin which can react to almost anything so I am always unsure when trying something new but after reading good reviews I thought this was worth trying. ....My Experience.... I use this moisturiser both morning and evening, I apply it all over my face and neck. When applying the cream there is a really light scent but this disappears within seconds. This moisturiser is described as lightweight but I find it ... Read the complete review
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