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Sunday, 9 August 2015

The Body Shop Spa Of The World REVIEW


Spa of The World collection is the newest release from The Body Shop. This huge range features luxe body care products to pamper and indulge. Inspired by spas all around the world, The Body Shop have developed 3 "rituals" to choose within the range; Relaxing ritual, blissful ritual and revitalising ritual.

The Rituals

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Relaxing Ritual
The relaxing ritual has 5 steps, making it the longest out of the rituals. This means it is great for when you really want to pamper yourself and take the time to relax. This ritual will leave your skin feeling smooth and your mind and body relaxed and peaceful.

Steps

  • Scrub with the African Ximenia Scrub (Not pictured, oops!)
  • Treat with the Himalayan Charcoal Body Clay
  • Relax with the Egyptian Milk and Honey Bath Float
  • Moisturise with the Japanese Camellia Cream
  • And massage with the French Lavender Massage Oil

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Revitalising Ritual
The revitalising ritual is great for detoxing the skin, with the likes of our new body mask, whilst also balancing and energising the body and mind.

Steps

  • Scrub with the Dead Sea Salt Scrub
  • Treat with the Moroccan Rhassoul Body Clay
  • And massage with the Thai Lemongrass Massage Oil

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Blissful Ritual
The blissful ritual is the most sublime ritual, which allows you to truly indulge your body and skin with 3 luxurious products. It includes the multi-use Polynesian Monoi Oil which not only smells amazing but you can also use it on the hair and/or body in many different ways, including a deep conditioning overnight hair treatment.

Steps 

  • Treat with the Polynesian Monoi Oil
  • Moisturise with the Hawaiian Kukui Cream
  • and massage with the Tahitian Orchid Massage Oil

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All products are luxurious and indulgent, perfect for truly pampering yourself (or someone else). Each product is loaded with high quality ingredients sourced from all over the World. The creams especially have the most rich, luxurious texture. The Japanese Camellia Cream really stands out with its rich, velvety texture that feels amazing on the skin. It is so nourishing but feels light and fluffy to touch. I also love the smell and texture of the Dead Sea Salt Scrub. Not only is it a great scrub, it also has a lovely oily base, that nourishes the skin at the same time.

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Body Clay is a completely new product to The Body Shop. The collection has 2 to choose from; The Moroccan Rhassoul Body Clay and the Himalayan Charcoal Body Clay.
Moroccan Rhassoul Body Clay firms the skin, leaving it looking toned, smooth and even.
Whereas, the Himalayan Charcoal Body Clay is fantastic for "detoxing" the skin. It cleanses to leave skin feeling smooth and purified. The charcoal mask was my favourite. I found it left my skin feeling really soft and smooth and it dried quicker, too.

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Left: Moroccan Rhassoul Body Clay.
Right: Himalayan Charcoal Body Clay

All Products and Prices


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Scrubs
African Ximenia Scrub // £18
Dead Sea Salt Scrub // £20

Creams
Hawaiian Kukui Cream // £23
Japanese Camellia Cream // £23

Body Clay
Moroccan Rhassoul Body Clay // £16
Himalayan Charcoal Body Clay // £16

Body/Massage Oils
French Lavender Massage Oil // £14
Thai Lemongrass Massage Oil // £14
Tahitian Orchid Massage Oil // £14
Polynesian Monoi Radiance Oil // £16

Bath
Egyptian Milk and Honey Bath Float // £14

Accessories
Body Mask Brush // £10
Thai Wooden Massager // £10

Obviously, you can mix and match products from each ritual to create your very own. To create my own ritual I would choose the Dead Sea Salt Scrub, followed by the Himalayan Charcoal Body Clay and the Japanese Camellia Cream to finish.

The Body Shop Spa of The World range is available in stores on August 11th and online NOW.

Are you looking forward to trying this range? Which products are you going to pick up?

Thanks for reading. I hope you enjoyed this and found it helpful!


Zoe x




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Disclaimer: I work for The Body Shop. However, all opinions about products from The Body Shop are 100% my own and do not reflect the opinions of those at The Body Shop. Any product given to me for staff sampling has been marked with an *. Any product from The Body Shop not marked, will have been purchased by myself, with my own money at a staff discounted price. All my opinions are completely true and honest. In this case, I photographed all products in store and tested products that were written off in store for customer testing/sampling. I do not own all these products, nor where they provided to me for free for staff sampling. 


1 comment:

  1. I love body shop products in general.. Have been using their body butter for years now and can't do without them..

    Sam || Beautydetour

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