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#SKINCARE | Crabtree & Evelyn Body Duo's - White Cardamom / Cocoon & Pomegranate





If you are looking for a gift that gives comfort and indulgence for your body, here it is. I feel like this cream is so nourishing it penetrates all layers of my skin. As much as I wanted to re- gift this because it is so beautiful, I had to try it out for my blog so I can tell you whether to buy it or not!
The smell is something I cannot describe, it is so spicy and long lasting I love it. Here is a quote from their website describing the smell

The scent is an unexpected delicate combination of sweet iced vanilla, mid-winter mimosa, and mulled spice essences of cardamom.

I could tell that the scrub had sugar in it because of the texture of the grains, and that is something I really like as it is a natural ingredient not like the plastic beads that harm the environment. It really is a luxurious scrub, it feels so silky smooth when you rub it on and gets rid of dead skin and dirt :) the cream is also smooth on application, they are a true dream duo. 




The Pomegranate and Argan Oil range is a lot more sweeter than the Cardamom one, it is just as moisturising and luxurious. Which I have come to notice is what Crabtree and Evelyn is all about. The scents are really uplifting as they are super strong and well lasting. This fragrance is described as ..

Warm Mediterranean fruit notes of orange, juicy pomegranate and sweet fig mingle with the heat of ginger and black pepper spice.


As gifts these really wont disappoint as they are beautifully packaged and gloriously fancy! If you are buying as a gift I would browse the website as they have plenty of scents to suit everyone. As for price, they range from £19 up to £30 per item, but as a gift you cannot complain and if you are buying for yourself they do go a long way...so don't think you are paying for a small amount! 

xoxo




*PR samples, my own opinions!*

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