--What does the promo say?--
"We've selected and combined natural ingredients with our feel good
fragrance to create this nurturing blend. Your Nourish shower cream,
with shea butter and ginger, will leave you feeling confident and ready
to take on the day."
The opaque plastic bottle is an ergonomically pleasing shape, meaning it's not only attractive aesthetically but is also less likely to slip out of your hand in the shower. Plus, the flip-top lid is easy to open, closes securely, and doesn't seem to promote leakage. The red plant design is also eye-catching against the shower cream's pale orange colour.
Rub into wet skin while under the shower, and then rinse off. Simples, as they say.
The pale orange cream becomes a luxurious white lather that doesn't leave any visible residue on the skin.
You have to sniff hard for the ginger, but it is there - so great for those that don't like the smell of ginger to be too overpowering. It also tempers the shea butter, meaning that it, too, is not overwhelmingly chocolatey.
--Texture and consistency--
Builds up to a silky lather without being sticky, runny or irritating.
--Effects on the skin--
Has a softening effect that lasts all day. Not bad for £1.25!
--Value for money--
Excellent. An inexpensive treat. Even though mine was free from Radox's PR, I would definitely recommend this to others and purchase a further bottle for myself.
Nourish Liquid Handwash, £1.90/300ml
Nourish Herbal Bath, £1.25/500ml