Today will go down in history.
I finally reached the bottom of my seemingly bottomless bottle of Soap & Glory Clean on Me. Usually, when I get bored of something shower-related I tell Mr. L to use it up for me. That way, I don’t feel guilty cracking open something new when I’ve still got half a bottle/tube/whatever of something else on the go. But Mr. L wasn’t playing ball with my S&G – too girly smelling apparently *eye roll*.
I picked the Boots No7 Luxurious Foaming Shower Oil up a couple of months ago and it’s been gathering dust ever-since. Just as I’d turned the shower on this morning, I realised I was all out and hot-footed it across the landing, dripping water as I went. Once I’d remembered where I’d stashed it, I dripped my way back into the shower only to realise that I hadn’t taken a photo of it for the blog!
I left the shower again and drip, drip, dripped my way into the bedroom, grabbing my camera as I went. Plonked the box on the windowsill and started snapping away. 3 minutes later, I’d finished snapping and glanced up to see my neighbour’s curtain twitch.
So now, not only does my neighbour know that I have one boob bigger than the other. He know’s WHICH FREAKIN’ BOOB IT IS.
Dedication. This review had better be worth it.
Oh yeah… the review…
I didn’t like it. It barely lathered. Wimpy, weak lather that didn’t smell of anything much at all. Very, very lightly scented.
I tried again… and used enough to bathe Geoff Capes twice over and still…. it just gave me a thin surface layer of bubbles. Didn’t feel much like luxury to me. Being an oil and all… did it make my skin feel smoother or softer? Nope. Nothing more than any other moisturising shower gel. It didn’t strip me of any moisture…. but let’s face it, this stuff is £8.75 a bottle (cheaper with a No7 till spit) but still… it’s a MEH kinda product.
And that’s my official rating. At least my neighbour enjoyed it.