Saturday, 23 September 2017

Sanctuary At Boots

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After writing about the fab Champneys range from Boots, I thought it only right to show my favourites from the equivalent Sanctuary Spa range.

I met this range a few years back when I desperately wanted to get my mum something indulgent which she could buy again for herself if she wanted to. Since she raved the selection I chose for her I tried Sanctuary Spa myself and realised just how good the range was.

The vibrant orange packaging completely contradicts the lovely subtle fragrances of the products but it still looks great, and posh, in the bathroom.

Blooming Fiction, lifestyle blog, Sanctuary At Boots
Blooming Fiction, lifestyle blog, Sanctuary At Boots

I've got 4 products here which I feel jump out from the rest of range. The first of which is the facial wash. This is my latest discovery of the Sanctuary Spa products and I love it!!! It's really kind to my dry and sensitive skin and leaves my face feeling refreshed and 'clean' after use. I'd love the pot to be bigger so it lasts longer but the compact size I have is still ideal for travel purposes.

The shower gel and body scrub is duo I insist on using as a pair. I love the scent of these products but the scrub is a little gritty for my liking, which is why I like to follow up straight away with the shower gel. If I find it gritty why do I still use it? I love the smooth feel after the scrub and the scent is very addictive.

The final luxury I absolutely love from the range is the foam bath. The amount of bubbles this product creates is amazing! Even a small amount makes a generous helping of bubble fun, a proper bath full of bubbles won't need much product at all. Meaning you can have lots of yummy baths out of one bottle. 

Blooming Fiction, lifestyle blog, Sanctuary At Boots

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