{Review} Victorian Garden

Just before the winter I received some amazing Victorian Garden goodies to try! :) Victorian Garden stays one of my favourite green brands. They were the first brand I used when I started going green, and after almost 4years, I still use the same shampoo (Rosemary & Vanilla) and the same cleanser (Rosemary & Lavender Cleansing Milk). So it is safe to say that I am one happy customer. I am always excited when they have new products coming out, so when I received these in the post, I was eager to try them.

Bergamot & Lavender Bath Milk

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This bath milk smells delicious! Bergamot is really one of my favourites scents. It is so fresh and uplifting…it’s just a “happy smell”! The bath milk formula is like a thin, watery liquid but a little goes a long way! It makes the water slight oily, so your skin also feels nourished afterwards. Definitely came in handy this winter. But you can use it for summer as well, as I think the fragrance might be a nice pick-up after a long hot day.

Argan & Vanilla Hair Conditioner

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Argan is all the rage right now! It is said to tame frizz and also hydrate dry hair. Usually I use the Olive & Vanilla conditioner, and was keen to try this one out. For me there was no major difference. Both of them work very good and keeps my hair looking healthy.

Pomegranate & Lemon Exfoliating Facial Polish

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I like to exfoliate at least once a week and usually use the Apricot & Walnut scrub (also from Victorian Garden) but heard that some people find the kernels to abrasive for their face. I did not experience the same effect, but for those who do, the Pomegranate & Lemon Exfoliating Facial Polish is for you. The bamboo particles are much finer that those found in other scrubs, so it gives gentle but effective polishing!

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