Cowshed Relax and Indulge Body Lotions

I am a big Cowshed fan, as you can tell by some of my reviews, and I would like to talk about two products which I’ve used up recently. They are  Gorgeous and Knackered Cows body lotions.

But first of all, I’d like to mention that Cowshed recently had a relaunch (see here): they had a re-design of their packaging which now look more sophisticated and chic but they also  changed their cheeky names. While I do get that maybe not everyone would appreciate “Horny Cow”  name, for example, I sure did, and loved the playfulness of the line. That was something that made them unique and cool.

Here is what we’ve got now (besides the two I’ve got here):

Empties: Body Creams. SVR, Soap and Glory, Kneipp

Body cream is probably the product that I go through the quickest, and I have quite a few in  “Empties” saved stories on my Instagram. Recently I’ve used up three more so thought I would share my thoughts.

Soap &  Glory The Righteous Butter, £10 from Boots/Amazon

I really love S&G’s quirkiness, the names, the description of the products, and the affordable prices, it ticks all the boxes. And while I do not like pink colour at all, it just works for the brand.  As for the cream, my favourite thing was the scent, so addictive. It reminds me of Miss Dior, by the way. I loved using this cream in summer, as for my very dry skin it was not enough in winter. The texture and the formula were lovely and easy to apply.

Who will love it: fans of heavily scented products; those who appreciate a good sense of humour.

Ingredients:

Kneipp Lavender Body Lotion Relaxing, $18 from Amazon

I really

The Scottish Fine Soaps Company Tangled Rose Body Butter Review

This winter I have finished so many body lotions/creams/ butters, and I did want to do the empties feature but all those bottles got on my nerves, and I threw them away. However, I will share about one of my favourites – The Scottish Fine Soaps Company Tangled Rose Body Butter.

I actually bought it because of the name, regular readers will know that I am obsessed with rose scented beauty products, and even tea and coffee with rose!   I also really liked all the products from the Scottish Fine Soaps Company that I have tried in the past so had high hopes for this body butter.

And it is nice. The scent is really lovely, it is described as “roses, amber, cedarwood and a hint of

Kind Natured Body Care For Dry and Very Dry Skin Review

Kind Natured, an affordable  natural brand (it is promised that the products are free of Sulphates, Parabens and Petrochemicals; and are 97% natural in general) brought out two new lines recently, and I was kindly sent some products to try out.

Two new ranges are:

  • Shea & Macadamia  – described as deeply nourishing  and formulated for very dry skin.
  • Coconut & Monoi – described as moisturising and formulated for normal and dry skin

Each line has three products so far: Foaming Sugar Scrub (£5.99), Body Lotion (£5.99) and a Hand Cream (£4.99).

So what are my thoughts?

First of all, I think it was a clever idea to bring out the scented products at this time of year when we all are a bit tired of the cold months and crave the sun. Both lines have that sweet exotic scent, and make me personally think of a summer holiday and cocktails on the beach, they are like a summer-in-a-bottle. Although the

ArtDeco Ylang Ylang and Patchouli Precious Dry Body Oil Review

I love me a good body oil, and I have to have at least one in my rotation! And here is the one I have been enjoying in August and September. Meet ArtDecoYlang Ylang and Patchouli Precious Dry Body Oil which is from the Senses Asian Spa range.

ArtDecoYlang Ylang and Patchouli Precious Dry Body Oil reviewI am sorry for the state of the bottle, I forgot to take the photos when I’ve just bought the product but at least you can definitely tell that I love it.

So why do I love it? It has a subtle oriental scent to it, and I am not gonna lie, this is one of the most important things when it comes to body care for me. It has to smell nice. But at the same time, it is subtle