Body shop shower gels and body butters, OK for sensitive skin?

(7 Posts)
Indecisivejo Wed 06-Jul-16 08:31:40

Does anyone with sensitive skin get on well with these?

pippinandtog Wed 06-Jul-16 08:55:35

I have sensitive, dry skin and prefer to use "natural" products, free from parabens.
I like the dr. organic range from Holland and Barrett; have a look on their website at the different fragrances available- they are all nice, and they do shower gels and body butters, which you asked about.

katiegg Wed 06-Jul-16 09:44:41

I have quite sensitive skin and I can use the body butters, not sure I've ever used the shower gels though so can't comment. They are very rich, and my skin tends to be quite dry. I love the coconut one smile

midnightmoomoo Wed 06-Jul-16 12:53:12

I use the shower gels and I've been fine with them. My favourites are the Moringa and the pink grapefruit ones.

Indecisivejo Wed 06-Jul-16 12:54:13

Cool thank you smile

Toffeelatteplease Wed 06-Jul-16 19:37:20

DD comes up in a nasty all over rash with many brands but body shop show er gel is fine.

Depends what you mean by sensitive

MarvinGorilla Wed 06-Jul-16 21:47:54

Another vote for Dr Organic, I have sensitive excema prone skin and I stick to their shower gels.

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