The body shop: intensely revitalising cleansing oil-in-gel
What I love about ‘the body shop’ is that they have different vegan products. And I already tried out their amazing vegan body yogurt. And now it’s time to try out another vegan product. This time from the ‘oils of life’ line: a cleansing oil-in-gel. And the ‘oils of life’ line contains good seed oils and I already can tell you… that this cleanser surprised me in a good way!
Oils of Life Intensely Revitalising Cleansing Oil-In-Gel
This is a mild cleanser for all skin types enriched with 3 different seed oils: black cumin oil, rosehip oil & camellia oil. And this cleanser also contains olive oil. The packing hereof is handy to take with you. But it also looks beautiful and luxurious. Because this is an oil and gel in one, it’s also an economical product, you don’t need much from this. So this means that you can do a long time with this 100ml packing. So you only need a bit from this product, and when the gel touches water the texture directly chances. Then it becomes a lovely, light product that glides over the skin. I can compare it a bit with the structure from a milky lotion. It’s a gel and oil in one and that feels very good! When I rinse this off with cold or lukewarm water my skin feels good, fresh and soft. And except that I also have the feeling that this cleanser hydrates and takes care of my skin without making it greasy. So this is for sure a good thing for a product with oil!
At this moment I already emptied the cleansing gel/oil. And I only can tell you two things about it… First off all it’s an economical product & second of all it’s just an amazing product! For me personally is this the best cleanser I ever used! I used this one every morning & evening. This product just feels so good on your skin and also does a lot. My skin feels and looks so good after using this one! So this is for sure a cleanser that I wanna buy with much pleasure again!
Prize: the body shop intensely revitalising cleansing oil-in-gel contains 100ml and the prize is €15.
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