Unlisted Brand • Deep Steep Shea Butter Body Wash • Gels/Soaps
|Would buy this product again.||100%|
Age: 30-35 Skin: Sensitive, Fair, Neutral Hair: Brown, Straight, Fine Eyes: Brown
I bought this in the Rosemary Mint scent. It smells really refreshing, has a creamy lather (although it is not as sudsy as your average body washes), and I've found it pretty nicely moisturizing. I don't feel a heavy residue on my skin after rinsing this, which I love. I bought this on iherb for about half the retail price: I do think it is a bit expensive for the amount you get, but the quality is lovely. I have had some minor leaking issues with the stand-up tube packaging of this in the past, so I make sure the cap is snapped on tight and store it with the cap pointing upward after use.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Other, Dark Hair: Black Eyes: Brown
I picked up a few tubes of this body wash after seeing it for 50% off on Sephora.com. I was very pleasantly surprised by this. It's one of the most moisturizing body washes I've ever used, probably because of the shea butter and because it's SLS-free. It doesn't lather up as much as other body washes--this is more of a creamy lather. I didn't even need to use moisturizer after this, and I have very dry skin. i tried this in Lavender Chamomile, Honeydew Spearmint, and Grapefruit Bergamot. All three scents were quite nice--pleasant without being overpowering, so they won't clash with whatever body products you use afterwards. The real surprise was the Honeydew Spearmint, which sounds like an odd combination, but the combination really went well together -- the mint cuts some of the sweetness of the melon, so you're left with a fresh scent that's not too sweet or too minty. The Grapefruit Bergamot was also quite nice; the bergamot wasn't as strong as I'd have liked, but it was a nice, fresh, citrus scent. Actually, it reminded me a lot of the smell of Fruit Loops!
I don't know that I would repurchase this at full price (about $18), but at half-price, it's definitely worth it.