The day I decided to walk back into The Body Shop, it was over for me. What can I say, the heart wants what the heart wants, or at least in this case, the skin wants what the skin wants. Haha. Let me tell you about the magical Moringa Range from The Body Shop.

My re-initiation to The Body Shop meant I was patiently waiting to get an email for the next exciting in-store special or promotion that would allow me to buy my favourite products at a lesser, but still expensive, price. I mean let’s be honest, I could just buy generic body lotion from the local super market but no, I had to be extra and fall in love with a not-so-affordable brand. So worth it though haha. Early March my eagerness was met and I was able to buy the Moringa body butter and body mist at a discounted price. I wasn’t sure if I would love this range because I was an avid user of the Wild Argon range before. But let me tell you, applying the Moringa body butter feels like a self-care/ self-love ritual performed every morning. The butter is so smooth, smells great, and absorbs into the skin so beautifully. Literally makes me feels like a Cleopatra VI after a milk bath — freaking royal!

The body mist is not to be ignored either. I’m not a fan of floral scents but the Moringa is actually so delicious without being overwhelming or under. It is almost like a bit of muskiness was added in there to balance the floral out, essentially making perfect.

I loved this body butter and body mist combination so much that I later switched my body wash to the Moringa shower gel. Best part about the shower gel is, a little goes a long way. It leathers up so magically, cleanses the skin gently without leaving it dry or irritated. Such a stunning stunning range. Will definitely stick to this range for longer than expected — unless winter demands I temporarily revert to Wild Argon Oil.

Have you tried the Moringa Range yet? Let me know your thoughts in the comment section below.

Posted by:Cleopatra Shava

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