Has your shower gel ever smelled so good that you were tempted to taste it? Don’t get me wrong I’m not condoning the consumption of bath products, in fact I advise against it but the I love body crème and body butter smell so delectably delicious you’ll want to add them to your fruit bowl! I Love Cosmetics is a UK company that makes everything you need to achieve clean, soft skin and smell great! Along with bath crèmes they also have lotions, exfoliating scrubs and fruit spritzers in tantalizing scents like: Raspberry & Blackberry, Coconut & Cream, Strawberry & Cream, Mango & Papaya and Vanilla & Ice Cream. Now if that doesn't inspire you to take a luxuriously relaxing shower I don’t know what will.
When I first popped the cap open and took a whiff I relished in an instant burst of sweet, fresh berries. The bath crème contains natural raspberry and blackberry extracts and to me it resembles one of my favorite chewy candies called Sweedish berries.
The formula contains a unique skin softening vitamin complex to help moisturize and keep skin supple and although it creates rich foamy bubbles it is pH balanced and paraben free. There is quite a lot of product per bottle and it can also be used as a bubble bath when you prefer a relaxing soak. As you lather up you are enveloped in invigorating fluffy bubbles that make you and the entire bathroom smell amazing! (The Shower Creme retails for $9.99).
The I love Strawberries and Crème nourishing body butter is also delectably aromatic and smells exactly like it sounds, sweet and creamy! If you thought you smelt good after the shower wait until you slather on this rich butter infused with coconut oil and shea butter.
Since fall is around the corner and the weather tends to get a little blustery I prefer more hydrating body products and this one provides long-lasting, silky moisture that relieves dry skin. (The body butter retails for $9.99).
These products will soon be available exclusively at Shoppers Drug Mart in Canada and and online by clicking HERE.
**Disclaimer: products were provided for review