Beauty Review – Marks and Spencer Floral Shower Creams

Marks And Spencer Floral Shower Creams Review


Here’s today’s review of the Marks And Spencer Floral Shower Creams. Find out why you need one and why they are all worth your money!

“I’ve got some travel size shower creams here that will certainly make your showering a more pleasant experience.” It is from the brand Marks and Spencer and it is their Floral Collection Shower Creams.I got this shower cream box from my Christmas stockings last time. It holds 6 of 50ml each pocket size shower creams inside. It is an ideal gift to give and as a Christmas stocking filler too. (I know it’s way too long to be discussing about Christmas yet.)

Beauty Review – Marks and Spencer Floral Shower Creams

It is presented in a pretty, victorian look box. All of the shower creams emit a heavenly scents! I super love it and I was very glad to receive it. I am actually saving it for when me and my husband go off for a short vacay. I’ve already used and finished one tube which is the Honeysuckle (oh, girl I super loved it!). The formulation is super rich and texture is creamy.

After shower, my skin feels very soft and moisturized and the scent stayed with me for a long time. The scent also lingers in the shower room after shower. I didn’t need to spray on my perfume as the shower cream served as one already. It is also a cruelty free product, so no animals are harmed during testing of these lovely shower creams.

They are all moisture rich shower creams with a kind of floral/powdery scents:

•Magnolia (2 pieces)
•Lily of the Valley

You can never go wrong with these babies for the priced of £6.00, it is totally bargain and never to miss!

I love my Soap and Glory Soaper Star and so is this one!

Have you got an affordable shower cream recommendation?

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