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Sugar Lemon Bath & Shower Gel
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Sugar Lemon Bath & Shower Gel

4.2( 311 Ratings )
Ingredients
32 ingredients
Effects
CITRIC ACID
Exfoliating
Ascorbic Acid
Brightening, Anti-Aging
PEG-40 Hydrogenated Castor Oil
Fungal Acne
Castor Oil
Soothing, Hydrating, Anti-Inflammatory, Anti-Oxidant
Cocamidopropyl Betaine
Hydrating
Vitamin E
Anti-Oxidant
Shea Butter
Hydrating, Anti-Inflammatory, Anti-Oxidant, Fungal Acne
Benzoic Acid
Comedogenic
Butylene Glycol
Hydrating
Vitamin E Acetate
Anti-Aging
Hydrogenated Castor Oil
Fungal Acne
Sodium Chloride
Exfoliating, Comedogenic
Sugar
Hydrating, Soothing
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Reviews

Softer skin + tropical overton
Softer skin + tropical overtones? I’ve been meaning to try a fresh body wash for ages since enjoying the brand’s facial products, so I recently finally took the plunge and ordered their Sugar Lemon Bath & Shower Gel. Expecting a fresh lemony-fragrance I have to say I was a bit surprised when this arrived and an initial whiff revealed this smells *exactly* like a popular floor cleaning product sold here in Spain. Kicking myself for not going for Brown Sugar instead, I went ahead and gave this a go in the shower though, and was pleased to discover that when foamed up the mango and lychee extracts in this really come out, giving this a light tropical scent which I find uplifting and summery. On damp skin this is high foaming gel and does contain Sodium Laureth Sulfate (one of the most common foaming agents and a gentler alternative to Sodium Lauryl Sulfate). While this ingredient can still sometimes be guilty of slightly drying out skin, the addition of nourishing ingredients like brown sugar (a natural humectant drawing moisture to the skin), castor oil and shea butter keep this more soothing and hydrating than a lot of gels I’ve used. This also means that if I’m ever stuck for time to moisturise after showering my skin doesn’t feel the effects too badly and still feels pretty soft…although I don’t make a habit of doing it. Good for: Anyone who enjoys fruity/tropical scents. A thorough, squeaky-clean feel without stripping skin too much. Minuses: While Sodium Laureth Sulfate is gentle enough for most skin types (especially if followed by moisturiser), for those with chronically dry or sensitive skin an SLS and SLES-free alternative like Espa’s Energising Shower Gel. .
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