Thursday, 19 February 2015

The Body Shop Camomile Sumptuous Cleansing Butter Review



Now I have a confession to make, I am a terrible, terrible person at removing my make-up. I am the person that your mother warned you about, (for many, many reasons) and I have been known to sleep in my make up. Occasionally when I feel shame, (very occasionally) I try to get into a routine of taking off my make-up, cleansing, toning, all the things that the wonderful Caroline Hirons tells you to do, and she is right, but I get bored and end up either wiping my face with a flannel or just going to bed and dealing with it the next morning. 

WELL NO MORE. 

I HAVE SEEN THE LIGHT. 

I HAVE BEEN SAVED BY THE LORD AND THE LORDS NAME IS, CAMOMILE SUMPTUOUS CLEANSING BUTTER. 

CAN I GET AN AMEN?



I attended an event last night at The Body Shop in The White Rose, Leeds, and decided that my skin really needs to be treated with respect and love and so I purchased a tin of the Camomile Sumptuous Cleansing Butter and some Muslin Cloths, 


Now I am not here to give you an in-depth review, one nights usage is not enough to tell you that you should go out and buy it, but if you are like me, (a lazy bitch) you will definitely appreciate this butter and its ability to pretty much eat through your make up. 

It reminds me of coconut oil in its consistency and breaks down quickly with the warmth of your skin, it made quick work of eating through my mascara too which is no easy job, I think I had about four coats of it on at the time. I rinsed it off with a cloth and my skin felt clean and soft. 
This will definitely become part of my nightly routine.




Ok, who am I trying to kid, this will BE my nightly routine. 


The Camomile Sumptuous Cleansing Butter is £12.00 for a decent sized tin and a tiny bit really does go a long way. 


Do you use this? Or have you been tempted to try it? Please let me know how you have been getting on with it and your thoughts on it. 


Let me know. 



Big Fashionista x x 



*Not a PR Sample, this was purchased with my own money. 




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6 comments

  1. Been using it for about a week, loving it! Big fan of balm cleansers & this one doesn't sting when you remove eye make up, unlike the lovely but ouchy REN Cleansing balm! Muslin cloth tip - Aldi, pack of 3 baby muslins for £3.50, each one cuts into 4 face sized cloths, so work out at 30p ish a cloth.

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    1. Oooooooh thank you for the Muslin cloth tip xxxxx

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  2. I really want to try this, it looks right up my street - but I've got a massive stash of cleansers and stuff to get through first!

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  3. Do you think this would be ok for oily skin? I'm 34 but my skin thinks I'm still 16.

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    1. Most definitely, my skin is so oily and it really works on my skin. Make sure you rinse off the residue

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    2. Oh sweet, I'm sold!! Thanks!

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