Wednesday, September 8, 2010

Your Personal Morning Spa: Liz Earle Energising Body Wash, Scrub & Hip and Thigh Gel (review)

This is for the mornings when it feels like you have to peel yourself out of bed. You know…those mornings. Step right this way for a little spa detour…from Liz Earle.

Spa Step 1: Energising Body Wash

Blurb: Start your day with this revitalising all-over wash. Pure plant extracts and gentle foaming agents from corn and coconut clean and refresh, while sweet orange and 8 pure essential oils delicately fragrance your skin.

Spa Step 2: Energizing Body Scrub (previously reviewed)

Blurb: This uplifting, invigorating and refreshingly scented Body Scrub exfoliates and cleanses, leaving your skin renewed, revitalised and super-smooth.

Spat Step 3: Energising Hip and Thigh Gel

Blurb: Energise your circulation and help eliminate toxins by massaging our stimulating gel into hips, thighs, tummies and arms for smoother, more toned skin.

I used the Body Scrub a while back and absolutely loved it. Eventually I got around to trying all three items from the Energising Range, and realized how amazing they are together.

The Body Wash is my absolute favorite of the three. The fragrance (lots of rose and sweet orange) is gorgeous; and the gel cleaned well, rinsed easily and left my skin feeling petal smooth. If you’re in a rush, a quick shower with this Body Wash is an instant pick-me-up.

If you have a little more time, though, follow up with the other two. The scrub is gentle, effective, also smells wonderful, and is super moisturizing. I’ve never used a Hip and Thigh gel, so I wasn’t sure what to expect. I applied it all over and got more softness, and yet another lovely fragrance layer (this one is light and spicy). All three products moisturize and the fragrances are feminine and invigorating. Using them together makes me feel rejuvenated and very pampered.

For more info, check out the website (and the new Autumn and Winter Offer).

(ftc disclosure: sample/product received from manufacturer or representative)

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