[affiliate] I haven’t seen anything from Rituals in an age – I can’t even remember the last time but it does seem that the brand is ever expanding in the UK. They tend to select stand alone stores at rail stations and that’s exactly where I found this product – at London Bridge Station.
Such a long time ago, I was searching Korean websites and found a cleanser with this same shaped nozzle that allows the foam to emerge in the shape of a rose. I knew that Adam (MakeUp Revolution) was in Japan so I madly texted him begging him to find me some which he somehow did (two cans) and I don’t think I’ve ever been so thrilled with a beauty product in my life. I used to keep it in my bag to show people and at the time it was a complete creative revelation – that instead of being serious and worthy, a cleanser could be fun and innovative because at the time foam cleansers were really new, too.
The little flower that appears at the top of the nozzle (go gently, mind!) has not got old for me – what a little touch of joy to find in something as everyday as a shower foam. The collection is The Ritual of Holi – a Hindu spring festival that’s known for its colour (if you google Holi you will find glorious pictures of people covered in coloured flour from head to foot) – and the scent is a pleasant generic floral with a hit of vanilla.
Elizabeth Arden Hyaluronic Acid Ceramide Capsules
I’d be prepared to put money down to bet that you won’t have experienced a skin care texture like this before...
Which is a long winded way of saying that I couldn’t leave it in the shop! The Rituals website is out of stock but I’ve found it HERE for £8.90. Non affiliate HERE. It’s the most fun to show your friends and a proper winter cheer up.
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