[unpaid/sample/affiliate/ad] And, The Body Shop post number two! This is a limited edition version of the brand’s best selling product, Chamomile Cleansing Butter, which I know like the back of my hand. It’s one of my frequently used balmy cleansers.

The Body Shop Camomile & Rose de Mai Cleansing Butter

If you were to ask me the top ten perks of my job, I’d say cracking open and taking a spatula to a new and pristine balm. It’s the greatest of pleasures! The texture is ‘butter-to-oil’ rather than balm per se but we are talking a lot of nuance here – to thee and me, it’s a balm and a very pleasant and effective one, too.

The Body Shop Camomile & Rose de Mai Cleansing Butter

You need very little of the product to create a very delicately perfumed slip that you can easily massage around your skin to get to every last molecule of SPF, foundation and any other detritus that might be on your face. Pollution, probably, but as you can rarely see it, it’s easy to forget about. I like the fact that The Body Shop has sourced their rose from a supplier that promotes disability in the workplace and also creates jobs within rose cultivation specifically for disabled workers to flourish within. You won’t get a strong fragrance from this – a nuance of rose is where we are at but I love it just the same – in the stillness of the bathroom it’s easy to feel that you’re being properly pampered with the Rose de Mai Cleansing Butter which is £12 HERE.

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