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The award winning Bettyhula sent me a lovely selection of samples to review. This included Champagne and spice shea butter moisturising cream, Rum and blackcurrant shea butter moisturising cream and The secret wonder oil. All of their products are handmade from natural ingredients and including numerous anti-oxidant ingredients, making Bettyhula products not just great for you but also great for the environment
Both of the moisturising creams are rich luxurious moisture’s that make your skin feel soft and smooth. They went on thick but were quickly absorbed by the skin leaving it feeling hydrated. I found that both fragrances were mild but sweet and very girlie.
The secret wonder oil has a stronger scent that reminded me of aromatherapy oils and beauty salons. As with most oils I found that a little goes a long way with this product and it also left my skin feeling lovely and soft.
All three products claim to be good for “relieving signs of stretch marks, scarring, dry/sensitive skin, combination skin, oily skin and for soothing sun burn.” A selection of versatile products that can help achieve lovely skin by using natural products.
To find out more about these products please click here
(The opinions expressed in this review are mine alone. The products were provided by Betty Hula)
(originally posted on Women Make Waves)
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