Introducing Dove’s Transformed Body Wash Range #showersofter

dove new body wash range

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The big reveal is here! I can finally talk to you about an exciting new launch from one of my all-time favourite brands, Dove. As we step in to spring, it’s time to consider the condition of your skin. During the winter months, it is wrapped underneath all those warm layers and often gets neglected, therefore dehydration occurs especially when exposed to central heating. Thankfully, help is at hand here as Dove have transformed their classic body wash range and added in a new product that will definitely set the chins wagging. 

Dove‘s scientists have revolutionised the body wash range and replaced harsh cleansers present in many high street brands with a more gentler technology known as Glycinate and NutriumMoisture. This technology replenishes the nutrients lost during cleansing and helps to smooth the skin and strengthen the moisture barrier. The rich and luxurious lather not only makes your skin feel instantly hydrated, but it also acts as a moisturiser leaving it feeling deeply nourished and pampered. 

As mentioned earlier, the revamped range now includes the brand’s first ever exfoliating body wash which combines Dove‘s traditional cream formula with gentle exfoliating sand beads to slough away dull skin without removing any moisture or causing irritation. It is gentle enough to use daily and will leave the skin feeling refreshed and ready for the summer months. 

The full range is now available nationwide, priced at £2.55 for 250ml and £4.38 for 500ml. 

Are you a Dove fan? Will you be trying out the new body wash range?

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  1. 25th March 2015 / 12:14 pm

    Oooh I would love to try that!

    • 26th March 2015 / 7:21 pm

      You should definitely try it. xx

  2. 25th March 2015 / 12:38 pm

    I really like the Exfoliating Wash! 🙂 Great review sweetie! 🙂

    mademoiselle-lala.com

    • 26th March 2015 / 7:22 pm

      It's lovely isn't it? xx

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