Product Review – Senorita Margarita shower gel from Philosophy

17 Sep

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A recent networking event I attended resulted in me leaving laden down with lots of goodies from Philosophy, I won the raffle YAY! I have never tried their products before so couldn’t wait to give them a bash!

The first thing I tried was the Senorita Margarita shower gel and do you know what? I LOVE it! You know when these mornings start to get darker and chillier? And you really, really don’t want to get out of bed? This zingy little number will bring Happy Hour to your shower – guaranteed to perk you up for the day ahead! The colour in itself is a cheerful bright lime colour – it matches my bathroom accessories perfectly :-). I do love a real Margarita (shaken with salt) and this really does smell like the real thing. It leaves your skin feeling really soft and delicately perfumed. And it is a great multitasker – it can be used as a shower gel, bubble bath or shampoo. I have only used it as the former and you only need the tiniest blob to work up a good lather.

Philosophy products are kinder to your skin as they do not contain nasties such as Parabens, Phthalates and Propylene Glycol. It retails at £14 for a large 480ml bottle and you even get a cool Margarita recipe on the bottle! Bonus!

I will definitely trying out more Philosophy products in the near

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2 Responses to “Product Review – Senorita Margarita shower gel from Philosophy”

  1. Erin Rush September 21, 2013 at 12:44 pm #

    ohhh.. sounds like just the thing for these cold, dark morning coming!

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