NSPA Bergamot & Orange Blossom Shower Cream And Body Oil

Hi there! Today’s post is about 2 NSPA products I picked up from my local Asda’s clearance shelf – NSPA Uplifting & Revitalising Bergamot & Orange Blossom Shower Cream and Body Oil. I picked these up for half price – that’s £1.50 each instead of the usual £3. The NSPA collection is receiving a makeover, and it appears a number of products will go – including these 2. Onto the actual review!

NSPA Uplifting & Revitalising Bergamot & Orange Blossom Shower Cream has a very old-fashioned fragrance. I don’t hate it, but I don’t care for it. I don’t think this product qualifies as a shower cream. It feels nice whilst it’s being lathered up, but as soon as I get out of the shower, my skin feels dry and in need of a moisturiser.

NSPA Uplifting & Revitalising Bergamot & Orange Blossom Body Oil is much nicer. This is a light oil that feels non-greasy. I like it a lot! The fragrance is also much better – it’s fresher and lighter. I’m enjoying it very much.

In summary, I wouldn’t recommend the shower cream, but I would recommend the oil! Have you tried these products or would you like to try them? Feel free to comment, and thanks for reading! 🙂

Mrs Strawberry Blonde

Dolly’s Mixtures Rainbow Sherbet Shower Gel

Hi there! Today’s post is about Dolly’s Mixtures’ Rainbow Sherbet Shower Gel. Well, I’ve already reviewed a number of products from this brand.

And whilst I didn’t like every single product, I still wanted to give this one a chance. So let me tell you more!

OK, so I used this shower gel this morning – and I hated it right away.

As soon as I had lathered up the shower gel, it started to smell like a mix of plastic and something fizzy. It was bad. Really bad!

I don’t know who thought that bottling and selling this stuff would be a good idea. I mean, someone must have OK’ed this stuff – but why?

I’ll squeeze the contents of this bottle into the hand soap dispenser in the kitchen. And that’ll be the end of it.

Dolly’s Mixtures’ Rainbow Sherbet Shower Gel is available as 300ml for £2 (I spent £1 when it was on special).

I’ve also seen Dolly’s Mixtures products on sale at Poundland – and I think that’s not a good sign. I think the entire line might be discontinued!

Mrs Strawberry Blonde

NSPA Mango Fragrance Body Mist, NSPA Vanilla Fragrance Body Mist

Hi there! I’ve been using all sorts of NSPA products for quite some time now – shower gels, body butters, body mists… you name it. And today I’m reviewing NSPA’s Mango Fragrance Body Mist and NSPA’s Vanilla Fragrance Body Mist.

NSPA’s Mango Fragrance Body Mist isn’t great. I was hoping it would smell like Boots’ mango fragrance – but it’s nothing like it. NSPA’s mango fragrance isn’t horrible, but it smells rather cheap and synthetic. I’ll pass this body mist on to someone who isn’t that picky with all-over body sprays. 🙂
NSPA’s Vanilla Fragrance Body Mist is decent. I don’t think the vanilla fragrance is particularly special. However, the vanilla scent is pleasant, sweet and a little ‘boozy’. Sometimes I spray it on my scarf or on my husband’s pillow. 🙂 Yes, my husband likes that! I think that, if you like vanilla fragrances in general, you should give this body mist a try!

NSPA products are exclusive to Asda. The body mists are available as 200ml for £3.

Mrs Strawberry Blonde