Molton Brown Review | Wilde Fairyfleur Shower Gel

Limited Edition Molton Brown Wilde Fairyfleur Shower Gel 300ml

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Writing a review for anything from Molton Brown is very difficult for me. I love everything they do and I don’t want to appear biased towards their products. I worked for them many years ago and it was a great experience. Literally the best job I’ve ever had. I’ve been to the factory in Hertfordshire and watched the shower gels being made. This was a ‘Willy Wonka’ type of experience. In my mind there were Molton Brown Oompa Loompa’s running around mixing all the of the vats of shower gel and singing a tune while they worked. In reality it was a bunch of disinterested men in labs coats with clipboards. They all looked at me like I was nuts as I squealed with delight while watching the shower gel pouring into the bottles. To date visiting the Molton Brown factory has been one of the best days of my life.

So with that in mind, I bring you an unbiased, fact based review! This shower gel like all the others is magical. It glides over your skin and deposits a delicate scent of spring meadow on your skin. Not too heady or sickly sweet. It looks, feels, and smells like luxury. The scent lasted long after I was out of the shower. My skin was happy from the embrace of Fairy Fleur and Cornflower. The scent brought back my childhood memories of spending hours in the fields near our house with my best friend. My only problem with this shower gel is that it is limited edition. I’ve been told by Molton Brown that this will only be available until the 26th May or until stocks last. Available in Molton Brown stores and online 15 April!

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  1. How can I find out about visiting the factory in Hertfordshire?

  2. says:

    HI Christine – I don’t know they actually do tours for the public, to be honest there might not be anything really exciting to see other than big vats of shower gel. They may have changed it since I worked there and I know it is no longer owned by the Warshaw Family who I worked for. Maybe you can contact customer services and ask if they do tours of the factory. Let me know what you find out! A xoxo

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