[unpaid/sample/affiliate/ad] If you’re paying ‘luxury’ prices I think you have every right to expect a luxury experience – while the Emma Hardie bath & body range isn’t outrageously priced, it’s up there in the high expectation bracket.
So, at £38 a bottle, I would not be sloshing this in the shower – I would be (and have been) very much taking my sweet time with it and enjoying it in a gorgeous, hot bath. The amount missing is the amount I used for one bath and I think I was too generous with it – I could have used a third less and had the same effect which is good because it means you get more from it. I really enjoy the scent of the Moringa products (orange, mandarin, bergamot, neroli, cedarwood, rose and jasmine) that are creamy and smooth on the senses. You will get some foam from this milky mix but don’t expect mountains of it – I’d say it’s low foam. The other thing you can do is use it as an after bath body lotion (which I haven’t done yet) but unless your skin is very dry you probably won’t need to as it seems to have a softening effect on the water.
The body butter is a delicious, glossy and nourishing mix – it’s very melty on the skin and contains hyaluronic acid which not all body products do. If your skin is dry, it has all the right things to remedy that – hemp seed, moringa and squalane to name but a few of the oils. If your skin is not dry but you’d still like to have some of the benefits and the scent, cut it with an every day moisturiser to eke it out. The Bath & Shower Oil is HERE, and the Body Moisturiser is also £38 HERE.
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