Skincare Pick: A’Kin Orange Blossom Body Wash, Aesop Geranium Leaf Body Cleanser and Jurlique Lavender Shower Gel

Skincare Pick: A’Kin Orange Blossom Body Wash, Aesop Geranium Leaf Body Cleanser and Jurlique Lavender Shower Gel

Being of the OCD variety, shower time is pretty essential for us Grazia Beauty Team types.  A recent bout of seriously sensitive and dry skin, oh and an incident in which our fave Darphin Aromatic Seaweed Shower Gel, £21 was shamelessly snaffled by a family member, required an exploration of alternative cleansing avenues.

Please allow us to introduce the fruits of our labour…

A’Kin Orange Blossom Body Wash, £9.45 - Smells don’t get much better than this.  Fresh, ladylike and supremely delicate, this is quite possibly the perfect shower smell.  Throw in a generous does of uber gentle and non-drying botanical cleansers and you’re there.  Lovely!

Aesop Geranium Leaf Body Cleanser, £15 – It’s true to say that we’re pretty obsessed with Aesop’s design, ethos and fabulous products and this mega aromatic cleansing gel is no exception. Plus when it comes to shower gels and shampoos pump dispensers win hands down for ease of use.

Jurlique Lavender Shower Gel, £16 – Fabulously foaming and full to bursting with calming Lavender essential oil as well as soothing Aloe Vera, Camomile and Macadamia.  Use at evening bath time for some serious unwinding.   



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