Butter Yourself*





I know I the bottle has seen better days but I’ll explain why it’s a mess!

I got this body moisturiser in my Yule Monty gift set at Christmas and I didn’t really use it. I much prefer body butters because my skin gets really dry and I feel they keep it hydrated a lot longer than a moisturiser. When I ran out of my stash of body butters I decided I’d give my Butter Yourself* ago since I adored the Righteous Butter.

From the beginning, my pump never worked. Ever. It didn’t pump out anything and if it did, it always got clogged. No matter how many times I washed it out with hot water, it would work. So to use it, I had to squeeze it out of the bottle, which at times, wasn’t exactly easy to do. That is why the labels a mess and the bottles all crinkly.

In to the product inside the bottle, it was okay. It moisturised my skin well, but I did have to apply it generously morning. And night to get the same hydration of any body butter. It takes a while to sink in, even when the layers aren’t thick so you do need to hang about in your undies waiting for it to dry.

The consistency is nice. It spreads well and is really light. The scent is amazing, but I haven’t come across and Soap and Glory products that haven’t! It has cocoa butter and moringa and smells really fresh.

You can get it from Boots here for €14

Thanks for reading. ‘Til next post!



6 responses

  1. Great review! i’ve used the Smoothie star body lotion by Soap & Glory before and really liked it

    1. I need some new products to try so I’ll have to check it out! Soap & Glory are by far my favourite brand of body products!

  2. Love how many pictures you put in! Looovely post x

    1. Thanks Jess 🙂 I like looking at pictures of products so I transferred that to my blog. Sometimes others don’t like too many pictures so it can be hit or miss! X

      1. I love many pictures in a post 🙂 thumb up

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