Sunday, 1 September 2013

Elemis Spa Skin Nourishing Shower Cream Review

Something with the word spa in the title sounds lovely in my books.  And if I could recreate a spa experience in my bathroom for even twenty minutes then its worth it.  As I've said before I am a sucker for over buying products that I use regularly and shower creams are no exception and I'm happy to try loads from as cheap as chips to more premium brands darling. So this time I'm trying out   Elemis Shower Cream.  I've had the skin milk bath before and used it on all my kids in there baths when they were babies as it kept there skin soft and clean.

So I bought the shower cream I've literally only just had it, but felt it was worthy of a post straight away as its so so nice. First of all bit of info Elemis are a very natural brand who put a lot of natural plant extracts in so in this shower cream is camellia, macadamia, and jojoba oils and lots more but I won't bore you with the full list.  The shower cream is very milky in the texture and smells like a sweet milky smell. I know that may not be to everyone's liking and if your unsure what I mean imagine if you have picked up a little baby before its been sick and done all the not so nice smelling stuff a baby does and you smell that gorgeous baby clean smell then that's what this shower cream reminds me of.

I put some of the shower cream on a puff and clean away it's not an overly foamy product so don't expect it to be a bubbles and foam everywhere shower cream because its not like that.  It's a very gentle cream.  So once you have done all you need to do and dried yourself you can use Elemis body lotion next to boost the moisturising properties.  I haven't got this but I'm sure it would be nice.  Once your dry you can smell the shower cream on your cream for ages.  And yes I'm a weirdo I sit and sniff my hands and arms for ages, I can't help it, I've love the clean fresh smell it leaves.

So there we go if you have a bit of pamper time for yourself I'd grab one I hope you feel the same as me.

So what do you use in your routine?

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