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Finally managed to buy Waitrose Bottom Butter

(9 Posts)
verylapsedrunner Sat 30-Aug-08 13:52:46

After months of empty shelves I'm very excited, hope it lives up to its' reputation!

traceybath Sat 30-Aug-08 20:48:37

I like it a lot.

Use it most nights (sparingly) and my skin does look better in the morning.

bran Sat 30-Aug-08 20:51:46

I use it on my decolletage and it helps. I tend to wear a lot of v-necks so my chest gets a bit sun damaged in the summer. I use it on my face sparingly (like tb) about every second night and it does make the skin softer. Some people on here have said it gave them spots but I haven't found that, I have very dry flaky skin though if you have oily skin then it might not work so well.

verylapsedrunner Mon 01-Sep-08 08:28:40

mmm, tis rather greasy....

maidamess Mon 01-Sep-08 08:36:31

Its good for scaly shins.

I found it a tad rich for my face.

Its nice on toast.

Bogwarts Mon 01-Sep-08 08:55:05

Good for feet too, so you don't suffer from those "horned hooves" that offend Cod so

beautyscientist Thu 04-Sep-08 13:29:12

I wouldn't eat it on toast. It is very largely hydrogenated olive oil - not at all nutritious and quite likely to cause heart disease.

VeniVidiVickiQV Thu 04-Sep-08 13:31:13

Would this be okay for eczma or not, does anyone know?

malfoy Thu 04-Sep-08 13:31:28

wot's it real name?

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