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Mid-range shower gel and bath product recommendations?

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ChipmunkSundays Tue 17-Jan-17 14:06:13

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sweetheart Tue 17-Jan-17 14:27:09

i like the Sanctuary range of products. My favorite of all their products is their salt scrub.

NormHonal Tue 17-Jan-17 14:30:08

Oliver Bonas, for a Molton Brown-esque shower gel, but £9 a bottle.

MixedUpConfusion Tue 17-Jan-17 14:45:55

Look in TK Maxx for cheap-ish luxury ones

ZaraW Tue 17-Jan-17 15:29:33

Out of Africa geranium shower cream is fab I get it from iherb.com.

lurkingfromhome Tue 17-Jan-17 15:45:18

I love Korres - lovely scents and not overpowering or too synthetic. They're around £8-£9 a bottle.

ChipmunkSundays Tue 17-Jan-17 15:52:45

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Daffydil Tue 17-Jan-17 15:57:23

I really like the Waitrose essential ginger and mandarin one. And it's only around £1

ChipmunkSundays Tue 17-Jan-17 16:11:53

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Blastandtroph Tue 17-Jan-17 16:16:32

Neals Yard ones are my go-to shower gels if I fancy a treat. The geranium and orange one is just gorgeous.

Robin7 Tue 17-Jan-17 16:21:18

Another vote for korres- fig, almond and jasmine ones are esp lovely!

buckeejit Tue 17-Jan-17 16:27:23

L'occitane is nice, as is korres- I've been using these & ren recently. Have to say the lush ones on their own will be fine (apart from snow fairy which is marmite-I love it tho).

M&s have a range of mid range brands that Id try-nuxe are very nice

buckeejit Tue 17-Jan-17 16:29:46

I'd also say make your own bath salts with essential oils & Himalayan salt-I do a copy of the £££ therapie detox salts-'it's like natural valium'

Also waitrose do the ginger & clementine or black pepper in bubble bath. I love baths.

AlfaMummy Tue 17-Jan-17 19:01:23

Balance Me and Liz Earle shower gels are a couple of my favourites. Bath wise, Elemis is worth a look, especially their milk bath. All of these are SLS free.

Nettletheelf Tue 17-Jan-17 21:12:07

Roger & Gallet from M&S beauty hall. Gorgeous scents and often 20% off.

Tartle Tue 17-Jan-17 21:15:51

I use a rituals shower oil that smells amazing and was about £10. I've just started a new bottle now but bought the last one around Mother's Day so it's lasted ages. Really good value for money.

JDSTER Tue 17-Jan-17 22:16:07

Same as Blast - Neals yard. Shower gels and bath oils are lovely. They sometimes have 20% off. I think the sale has just finished as quite a few of the shower gels were reduced.

BestIsWest Tue 17-Jan-17 22:28:56

Yep, Neal's Yard for me too. I like the Rosemary and Elderflower. Roger and Gallet are lovely too. We always have their Jean Marie Farina soap.

Dulcimena Tue 17-Jan-17 23:43:38

Another vote for Korres. You can sometimes find their two for the price of one packs too. Their body creams are amazing.

ChipmunkSundays Wed 18-Jan-17 09:13:24

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MuseumGardens Wed 18-Jan-17 09:20:27

On another thread about shower gels lots of people recommended Korres and I found this on Amazon so you can try all the scents. www.amazon.co.uk/gp/aw/d/B01JS3L7FQ/ref=yo_ii_img?ie=UTF8&psc=1
Mine's arrived and I've not tried it yet but looking forward to trying it. It actually cost 10.20 when I got it but has gone down slightly.

BumbleNova Wed 18-Jan-17 10:14:56

I'm a bit obsessed with all things Aesop at the moment, this one is amazing:

www.aesop.com/uk/body-care/cleanse/a-rose-by-any-other-name-body-cleanser.html

NormHonal Wed 18-Jan-17 23:04:21

All of the Oliver Bonas scents are lovely. We use them interchangeably - they aren't as strong as MB in that regard.

I think DH likes the one with ginger in slightly more. I like the Jasmine and Verbena ones.

Dulcimena Sat 21-Jan-17 14:31:34

Just seen the q about Korres, yes you can buy online or John Lewis have it too. If you google Korres 1+1 pack, there are quite a few places online you can get them from; Bath and Unwind are reliable ime.

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