Comfort Creme Sweet Almond Oil Reviews
Product Type: Comfort household products
Newest Review: ... it is concentrate and the bottle normally sells around the £2 mark. Yes, this is expensive for a bottle of Softner, one of ... more
Customer Comfort Creme Sweet Almond Oil Reviews (5)
by - written on 24/01/07 (Very useful, 174 readings)
first bought a bottle of the Comfort Creme after watching the TV advert. You know the one, it has the sexy patchwork singer, singing in a club with her three backing singers. I liked the look of it ,it looked luxuorious. We all need a little luxury in our life and I love big soft fluffy towels after a nice bath. The advert seemed to suggest that's what I'd get. I'm and advertisers dream sucked in by it's subliminal messages. Ok so what's the product like then? The raw material: Well it comes in a 750ml bottle, I haven't seen it in the supermarket in any other size. and it's concentrate. They do two different fragances the sweet almond oil and a ... Read the complete review
by - written on 15/05/06 (Very useful, 297 readings)
***Background*** Comfort has a wide range of conditioning products and has been on the go in the UK since 1969. It has continually tried to better itself through the years and provides products such as non-allergenic as well as the more perfumed varieties. It is part of the wider Unilever range that also supplies us with products such as Persil, Surf and Cif (or Jif as it was called in my younger days). This new range has 2 varieties - Sweet Almond Oil and Jojoba Oil and a 100ml sample can be obtained from www.comfortcreme.com. I decided to try this sample first as I have had problems with the Comfort range causing skin irritations in ... Read the complete review
by - written on 30/04/08 (Very useful, 86 readings)
I try to be loyal to my laundry products but I am always drawn to the new product on the shelf and I have lots of different favourites in a year. Comfort Conditioning Crème is my favourite at the moment because even though it isn't new I have recently rediscovered it. It is concentrated so a bottle will last for a long time if you use the measuring cap properly and the bottle looks very nice and has a more upmarket appearance than the standard Comfort range. The bottle is see through so you can see the rich caramel colour of the fabric softener. In a standard load of washing I add about 2/3 of a cap full to my dispenser drawer. You have to be ... Read the complete review
by - written on 02/07/06 (Very useful, 278 readings)
This product isn't a new one. It's more of a new fragrance added to an old one. The idea seems to be to bring the old brand name 'Comfort' into the limelight again by using the 'natural' essential oil thing! After all, there is an growing interest in alternative therapy, essential oils, and all things connected with this. I always use a fabric softener when washing delicates and those things I wear close to my skin, so I decided to give this a try. I sent away for a sample bottle of this when the campaign was running on Hotmail UK. I received a small bottle which was enough for three loads of washing and a free pashmina, completely free of charge. ... Read the complete review
by - written on 15/05/09 (Very useful, 47 readings)
This product launched a few years ago, and it wasn't long before a couple of the Supermarket chains offered a similar fragrance in their shop label brand for a cheaper price. I like the Comfort brand, and tend to buy this brand before any other. I do like Lenor, but Comfort is normally better in my view. This comes in a 750ml bottle. it is concentrate and the bottle normally sells around the £2 mark. Yes, this is expensive for a bottle of Softner, one of the more expensive ones out there, but I is a nice treat. The bottle is see through plastic and you can see the light pink-orange liquid through easily. The stick on labels on the front ... Read the complete review
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