5 July 2012

The Body Shop Coconut Body Butter


A picture of The Body Shop Coconut Body Butter
I have had this for a while now, but I finally finished it and realised I liked it that much that I wanted to review it for you all. The Body Shop is famous for it's body butters and I actually received this 50ml sized one (which they also sell in store) with a magazine quite a while ago now. 


The Body Shop body butters are so thick and moisturising, really leaving your skin feeling soft and nourished, without leaving a greasy residue (which I am sure I am not the only one who hates when body products do that!) This particular one actually comes level as my favourite body butter from The Body Shop, the other being the mango one.

It smells amazing. And I mean, really amazing. I love the smell of coconut but sometimes when in a product the scent can be too strong and a little over powering. This is the perfect balance and smells divine and I love using it because the scent stays around all day long! It's just a perfect body butter for every thing you could want from a body butter!
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  1. I buy this body butter all the time! I hate to be without it. Its so moisturizing and smells so nice.

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  2. Try the Satsuma one. I considered licking the tub a few times it was so good!

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    1. I will definitely give it a smell when I am next in store :) xo

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  3. i swear by their body butters! so many nice scents - i love the satsuma xx

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  4. All of their butters are divine. The mango one is my favorite though. X

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    1. This one and the mango ones are my favourites :) xo

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  5. How funny, I recently went and smelled their body butters. I'm particularly a fan of their fruity scents! It seems that UK magazines come with awesome freebies xx

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    1. I think we are quite lucky for that! xo

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  6. i looove the body shop body butters! like many people have already said - you should go smell the satsuma one! i havent tried the coconut one but this has tempted me! :P
    nicola xxx
    itsneecola.blogspot.com

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    1. I'm definitely going to have to :) The coconut one is lovely! xo

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  7. i have the mango one and it smells deliciousssss, it's amazing!
    might try the coconut one next - sounds lovely :) xox

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  8. Hey Sophia!
    I love The Body Shop's Body Butters, they are definitely some of the best, and they have a pretty friendly price tag too!
    My personal favourite is Vanilla Spice (or is it Spiced Vanilla? No idea, haha!), unfortunately it's a seasonal scent so they only stock in winter (though they have it out every winter, so it isn't just a one off LE product, thank god!). It's such a gorgeous scent, I love it, particularly over the leftover scent of LUSH's porridge soap.
    You should check it out when christmastime rolls round :)

    My other favourite brand for body butters is Soap & Glory. The Righteous Butter is just a beautiful product, I love it, it's sort of my spring/summer go to, the scent is gorgeous. I have a review on it on my blog, I love it so much :)

    xoxo

    http://naomixmakeup.blogspot.co.uk/ <3

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    1. I've not smelt the vanilla one yet! I have the Soap & Glory body butters and love them too! xo

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  9. The coconut one is my favourite of the Body Shop body butters. Such an insanely good scent. It's hard to find moisturisers that smell amazing and do an amazing job too.

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    1. It is but I think the Body Shop ones really do the job! xo

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  10. I love anything coconut scented x

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