Let’s get into the actual products. When testing these out I went for the scrub first which is an orange colour (the same as the orange on the Shower Shake packaging). It’s one of the thicker scrubs I’ve used and I found that I had to scoop right down to get out the product. That’s not necessarily a bad thing but it shows how thick it is. I also had to rub the product together in my palm to make it soft enough to rub on my leg. This scrub sits somewhere in between rough and gentle, not quite as scrubby as the Soap and Glory Breakfast Scrub but not as gentle as the Body Shop Coconut Scrub, which is the scrub I’m currently using. The texture is like a thick balm with soft flaking beads in it which gives a good scrub without being too harsh and feeling like I’ve rubbed sandpaper up and down my leg. I’m a big fan of this scrub and I think it might become a firm favourite in my stash.
I’m just going to get this out there, the Shower Shake is amazing. I’m a big fan of the Soap and Glory Whipped Clean because it’s so thick and this is exactly the same. It’s a really thick cream that made shaving my legs an absolute dream and made my entire body feel soft in the shower. What I wanted to really test out though is how moisturising it was. The product description said that it would give a boost of moisture so I wondered if it would make my skin feel as it I had used a moisturiser after using it. I’m a serial moisturiser, I can’t go a day without slathering a body butter on my body, so I was intrigued to see if I felt the need to moisturise. Although I will moisturise after using this product in the future, I have to say I was thoroughly impressed. My skin didn’t feel tight and itchy like it does sometimes when I get out of the shower. My skin felt smooth and soft and I didn’t feel like my skin desperately needed extra moisture.
Overall both of these products get two big thumbs up from me and I definitely want to try more from the range.
Have you tried any of the other products from this range? What did you think?