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Oriflame Milk & Honey Gold Creme Bath

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Brand: Oriflame / Texture: Cream / Type: Bath Milk / Texture: Cream / Further Category: Bath Cream / Oil

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      05.06.2010 19:08
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      for this price, you can buy at least 2 better ones

      As I have mentioned in some of my previous revious, I am a great fan of Oriflame Milk & Honey Gold scent. I have bought a lot of their cosmetics and I didn't have much money left so I decided not to buy Gold Creme Bath, however my wonderful mum decided to buy it for me as a present. It comes in a clear, plastic bottle with a golden lid at the top. I really like the design as it gives me a feel of luxury. Through the bottle, you can easily see golden and shiny liquid. However, when you turn around the lid you will see there is quite a big hole so you must be careful not to pour too much out the bottle for the first time (that's what I had done). The creme itself isn't too thick but it isn't runny either, and I usually apply a bit of it under the running water so it produces a lot of lather. If you fill the bath tub with water and then add this creme bath, then you will produce no foam whatsoever. This product does produce quite a lot of foam (but not as much as I have seen with some other bath cosmetics). The scent is absolutely love (but again, this is love-it-or-hate-it sort of smell), it fills the whole bathroom (it maybe because my bathroom is very small) but unfortunately, disappears quite quickly from both your bathroom and your skin. According to the producer, 'Organic milk protein and honey extract nourish and condition your skin as you bath'. Here the disappointment comes as it does not nourish or condition my skin more than any cheap bath creme. I have not noticed any moisturising effects on my skin either. Overall, it is an OK but well overpriced creme bath. 300 ml costs £6.45 and can be bought from Oriflame reps.

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