The Body Shop Body & Leg Shine Reviews
Product Type: The Body Shop Leg & Foot Care
Newest Review: ... cover my pasty legs, (well, they have been hidden under thick tights for the last couple of months). It was quite simple to ... more
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by - written on 29/11/11 (Very useful, 105 readings)
I am a Body Shop fan ... oh yes I am! I love the place. One of the nicer things I have bought from there recently has been my Body and Leg Shine. I had a £5 Body Shop voucher, which I used in 'part exchange', and so ended up paying about £5 for this little golden twist up pot of shimmery stuff. I have had a few problems with fake tans over the years, but God loves a trier. I bought this because it looked easy to use and I was also after something which would wash off immediately in the bath or shower. I was going out for the night and as I was wearing my little black dress and was planning to go bare legged, I really needed something to cover my pasty ... Read the complete review
by - written on 15/02/11 (Very useful, 50 readings)
Naturally I have very pale skin. I know it's naughty but in the summer I try and get out in the sun shine as much as possible to give myself a natural glow. I can't afford to go on the sunbeds continuously, and I really really shouldn't anyway! I was looking for a helping hand, to get me all glammed up for all the Christmas parties back in December, and I had a body shop voucher, so I headed there for some inspiration. I came across this body and leg shine, for twelve pounds. It seemed like quite a lot of money, but I did have a voucher to go towards it, which made it seem like much more of a bargain. The product is in a stick type form, a bit liek ... Read the complete review
by - written on 08/10/10 (Very useful, 71 readings)
Body and Leg shine from the Body Shop is a fabulous addition to your make up collection. It comes in a deliciously tempting bronze coloured tube designed specifically to make you wish you had legs that colour. It is about 6cm wide, but only 2cm the other way at its fattest point. At the base of the tube is a screw button for twisting the product up and down similar to a Pritt stick. It is very easy to get at. The product itself is a solid lump of waxy substance harder than lipstick, but not as hard as a candle. It is very dark bronze to look at but when applied to the skin does not hold to the same colour. In fact there is barely any addition of colour to your ... Read the complete review
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