Cath Kidston Review | Rose Shower Gel

Essentially English – Cath Kidston Bath and Body

As you probably already know Cath Kidston makes some fabulous bags, shoppers, totes, and purses in her trademark shabby chic rose prints. I have one of her purses and I always get compliments on it when I’m paying at the tills. She also does an extensive housewares range as well as bath and body items. I wanted to give her Rose Shower Gel a try because I always seem to choose the same type of fragrances like chocolate, citrus, or any other food type smells when I buy shower gel. It’s rare that I choose something really girly but I was having a moment.

This shower gel looks great in the bathroom and evokes feelings of having afternoon tea in the garden of a lovely thatched cottage. I’m sure Cath Kidston does this on a regular basis. It doesn’t quite work in my terrace in Nottingham but I can pretend. Surprisingly the scent for this was quite refined and delicate. I was expecting it to be really perfumy and a bit cheap! That’s horrible to say but you never know with these lifestyle brands. The gel lathers really well, and softens your skin. I was also surprised how long the scent lingered afterwards. It’s not a fragrance that I would wear all the time but if you use other rose scented products then you’ll love this. The most important thing is that it doesn’t make you smell like an old lady. This would also make a lovely scented bubble bath if you are into that sort of thing. Cath Kidston has an extensive range of Bath and Body products including body lotion, shower gel, lip balm, various lovely soaps, hand cream, and hand washes. There is also a cute baby range too!

Available at Cath Kidston online!

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  1. The first one would’ve been great on my romantic bathroom post from last week. Love the great products you always select to post.

  2. says:

    Well funnily enough I thought of you when I did this post because I knew you would like it – great minds think alike!

  3. ; )

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