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I love their Satsuma and Strawberry shower gels, body polish, body yogurt and glycerin soaps.

 

Currently, they're offering 40% off most of their site, free shipping AND 12% cash back today through ebates (or whatever that new name is).


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Re: Any fans of The Body Shop?

@gidgetgh   Good morning. Thanks for sharing. I do like their candles and soaps in pumpers for near the sink.

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Re: Any fans of The Body Shop?

I like the body shop,much better than bath and body works.

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Re: Any fans of The Body Shop?

Thank you for letting all know about this sale.  I love The Body Shop, and I am a big fan of their body butters.  You can’t go wrong with any of their scents.  They offer a huge array of products, and I think they are certainly a step above their competition.

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Re: Any fans of The Body Shop?

I used to love TBS but there was not a store nearby so rarely got to browse.  Mostly I liked their Body Butters, particularly the Nut BB.  They sell those in Ulta, but my fave, the Nut one, no longer smells yummy.  So, when I use what I have up, I'm moving on.

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Re: Any fans of The Body Shop?

@gidgetgh 

 

Thanks for posting.

 

I used to order from them years ago when they first started.  Had forgotten about them.

 

Used this opportunity to stock up on shower gels and body butter....all in Ginger!

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@Witchy Woman wrote:

@gidgetgh 

 

Thanks for posting.

 

I used to order from them years ago when they first started.  Had forgotten about them.

 

Used this opportunity to stock up on shower gels and body butter....all in Ginger!


 

@Witchy Woman - you’re welcome! It’s a great sale. And if you use ebates, 12% cash back is really high. I had a good supply already on hand, but did buy some more of the things I always use. 


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@gidgetgh 

 

In the past, I bought mostly Perlier, but have gotten away from their bath/body products other than White Almond.

 

Maybe they changed the formula or something, but I just didn't care for most of the scents any longer.  

 

I have some Korres items and like those...not too strong.  But I thought it would be fun to try the Ginger scent...one of my favorites in real life!

 

Correcting myself to say I got the Body Yogurt, not the butter.  Wanted something I could use year around and the butters are often a bit heavy for summer.

 

It has been deadly hot in Maryland and many places.  I am concerned about the shipping in the heat.  Hope it doesn't melt!

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Years ago, I shopped at The Body Shop.  There were a few products that I really liked.  However, the store in our mall was closed.

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@gidgetgh, I couldn’t resist adding a few things to my Body Butter stache.  DH loves their Shea Butter, and I decided to try their Shea Butter Replenishing Hair Mask, recommended in a Prevention magazine supplement I just picked up at the drugstore.  They recommend applying the butter to damp hair, putting on a shower cap, and blow drying around your head for 5 minutes to help the butter absorb into your hair.  You then wait 20 minutes, then shampoo.  Prevention has some good ideas, so I bought two containers, which would be $18 at full price, now 40% off.  I am ever the optimist!