Yes To Carrots Review | Rich Shower Gel

Get clean with garden veg – Yes To Carrots Rich Shower Gel 500ml Review

Let’s get one thing clear before you read this review. If you have read my Who is page and I’m sure you have , you’ll know it’s rather difficult for me to do shower gel reviews because my usual everyday shower gel is Molton Brown. It wouldn’t be fair of me to compare Yes To Carrots to Molton Brown so I won’t.

Yes To Carrots (for Normal to Dry Skin) is part of a bigger Yes To range that also includes Yes To Cucumbers and Yes To Tomatoes. I briefly saw Yes To Carrots products at Boots in Nottingham on the very same day that I was approached by a Biotherm salesperson! Read more about that rubbish day here. I’ve not seen Y2K again in Boots so either I was hallucinating, or it only spent a brief moment on the shelves. I wanted to try this for the very obvious reason in that I thought it would smell like a) a salad b) carrot cake or c) carrot and coriander soup. However when I did get my hands on some my hopes were dashed. I overlooked this small annoyance and put it in my shopping basket.

What I do love about this is the 500ml size bottle. It’s very generous. Most non-high street shower gels come in at 150-250ml. The shower gel itself is lovely and thick and lathers really well and you don’t need much to get a good wash. It does a great job of making your skin soft and I didn’t need any body lotion afterwards. If you love baths (I don’t) then this would be perfect for lovely bubbly soak. This shower gel is Paraben free, rich in dead sea minerals and not tested on our furry friends. It’s also made from organic carrot juice, and sweet potato. Scent aside, which is a something like a fresh floral fragrance, I do like this shower gel. I will probably appreciate it even more in the winter when I’m dried out like a husk from being surrounded by central heating all day.

This is available and Bath & Unwind!

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  1. Love this brand! I tried the face cleanser and turned out pretty good

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