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The Body Shop Spa of The World Range // New In

The Body Shop Spa of The World

I’ve just got out of the most wonderful bath ever, and I smell amazing.

All thanks to The Body Shop and their new range, Spa of The World, which launched on the 11th August.

They sent me a few products across to try out for myself and share with you guys.

The Body Shop Spa of The World

If you can’t already tell by the packaging, this is definitely one of The Body Shops higher end range.  The products all come in delicious scents that are bound to keep your pampered. Here’s what they sent me.

The Body Shop Spa of The World

Polynesian Monoi Radiance Oil.

Monoï is a sacred blend of coconut oil and fragrant tiare flowers. It’s both a hair and body oil, leaving your skin soft and your hair shiny and conditioned.

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Dead Sea Salt Scrub.

This scrub is the perfect texture to exfoliate and help your circulation. You don’t need to use a lot at once to get the feeling of soft, fresh skin. I can’t help but feel refreshed after using this.

The Body Shop Spa of The World

The Body Shop Spa of The World

Japanese Camellia Cream.

Camellia oil has been used by Japanese women since the 8th century. This cream smells delicious and will help to hydrate your skin and leave a faint, delicious scent.

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Egyptian Milk and Honey Bath

Woah. This is a powder you scoop into your bath – it’s inspired by the milk and honey bath Cleopatra used to have herself.

It literally is like a bath of milk and honey. It smells lovely and when you’re in the bath, you can feel that it’s rich, creamy and my skin felt so smooth after. I love this!

The Body Shop Spa of The World

Have you tried any of this new Spa of The World range yet?

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