THE BODY SHOP SPA RANGE REVIEW

I have been dying to try out the new Spa range from The Body Shop and I finally got a chance to do exactly that. I also realised while doing this review that I don’t spend time treating yourself like I should, so from now on I am going to make this ritual I do every 2 weeks.
DEAD SEA SALT SCRUB

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First up is the Dead Sea Salt Scrub, its doesnt really have a smell except that it smells clean with a hint of coconut oil. Its super thick and almost goey but it feels amazing when you rub it into your skin, my skin felt so soft after using it all over my body.

 

HIMALYAN  CHARCOAL BODY CLAY

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This specific clay you have to put all over your body wait about 1o min for it to dry and then you can rinse it off. Its a bit messy, but once its on you can actually feel how it calms you and detoxes your whole body. I got quite thirsty while I was chilling in the bath waiting for it to dry which means it was doing the job well. In fact the clay brought back memories of when I was a therapist doing spa treatments on my clients and these products are just like having a spa in your own home for a fraction of the price.
HAWAIN KUKUI CREAM

 

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After rinsing off the clay and drying myself with a towel I then finished off with the body cream which smells amazing, it was so smooth and and rich but not sticky so I could get into my clothes after a few minutes.

All in all I was super impressed with this range I would recommend really making a night of it by running a warm bath, listen to some music, light some candles, have a glass of bubbly, wine or water. I would recommend water either way after the detoxifying properties, put a seperate mask on your face and just relax.

 

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