Jun 13, 2014

The Body Shop Satsuma Body Butter

TBS Satsuma Body Butter - Review
The Body Shop Satsuma Body Butter ($20)

This rich and creamy Body Butter is a feast for the skin.  It melts straight in to the skin giving 24-hour hydration and leaving skin feeling soft and smooth.  Contains Community Fair Trade shea butter and smells of fresh satsuma. Great for normal to dry skin.

TBS Satsuma Body Moisturizer Shea Normal Dry Skincare Review
TBS Satsuma Body Moisturizer Shea Butter Dry Skincare Review

A while back, I was obsessed with the Body Shop Body Butters.  I would stock up on the largest tubs every chance I got during sales, but over time, I got a bit bored and moved on to other brands.  This tub of Body Shop Satsuma Body Butter was a gift from my sister - obviously the Body Shop craze runs in the family :P

TBS Satsuma Body Moisturizer Shea Butter Normal Dry Skincare Review Indian Beauty Blog
How to use:  Massage into skin. Be generous! It works even better straight after a bath or shower.

Like all the TBS Body Butters, the Satsuma version too comes packed with moisturizing and skin-softening ingredients like shea butter.  It's creamy but easy to massage into the skin, especially when skin is still damp after a bath or a shower.  The Satsuma Body Butter does have a bit of a strong fragrance - I quite like the fresh citrusy scent, but I guess it might be a bit strong for someone with a very sensitive nose.  Overall, a fabulous moisturizer for those with dry skin.

The Body Shop Satsuma Body Butter - Ingredients

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  1. i have this butter and the satsuma body polish! i love the fragrance of this range <3

  2. My favorite range after the strawberry one :)

  3. The body butters are very moisturizing, but they do take a while to fully absorb, which is a downside for me :/


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