Product Type: Avon Soaps
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A luxurious liquid soap from Avon
Avon Senses Serenity Liquid Soap
Member Name: alyson29
Avon Senses Serenity Liquid Soap
Date: 02/11/12, updated on 02/11/12 (72 review reads)
Advantages: Smells gorgeous and serves its purpose well
Disadvantages: None for me
I would previously avoid any Avon products like the plague due to the many disappointments I've experienced in the past with using their products. However, with a work colleague being a representative I frequently find her leaving one of the latest brochures on my desk. As a result, I have found myself being drawn to some of the products and over the past few months I have spent a small fortune with my opinion of the brand gradually beginning to improve. I have purchased quite a few of the liquid soaps from their Senses range with this review discussing Serenity.
I must admit that when my order was handed to me I was really disappointed with the 300 ml sturdy transparent container as when I studied it carefully I noticed its vanilla content, which I had missed when ordering from the brochure. The appearance of the bright orange liquid soap together with the matching pump dispensing unit gives the product a real sense of warmth. In addition, the stunning and tranquil beach image with its radiant sun creates the illusion of peace, harmony and happy times.
Due to my dislike of the aroma of vanilla I was initially a little apprehensive in using the product, but determined to try it out before dismissing it totally, I pressed the pump, which released a sufficient amount of the good consistency liquid soap. The aroma that greeted me was absolutely gorgeous with its uplifting passion fruit, which in my opinion, gives a zingy and very zesty orange aroma. Whilst it is claimed that the aroma of both sandalwood and musk have been included, I cannot admit to witnessing either of these scents nor could I recognise any vanilla, which I was pleased about.
The liquid soap creates a sufficient lather when introduced to water and is highly effective at removing dirt, grease and grime. It is easily rinsed away without leaving any sticky or tacky residue and similar to my experience with the other liquid soaps in the Senses range, I suffered no issues with dryness. A point I favour is that the gorgeous refreshing aroma gently lingers on my skin for a short while after use making this fragrance a real favourite of mine.
I would previously decant all of my hand washes into china dispensers, but the pretty bottle does not look out of place when situated next to the sink. I can highly recommend Avon Senses Serenity Liquid Soap and as a consequence, it receives 5 stars from me. The product should be used within 12 months of using with the container being recyclable once empty.
The price is somewhat off putting as each 300 ml bottle will cost you £2.00, which I feel is too expensive. However, at the time of writing, Avon is offering this product for £1.25 both online and from a local representative.
I hope you found my review useful and thanks for reading.
Summary: A gorgeous liquid soap from Avon
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