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March 12, 2011

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Selina Kingston

Well Bergamot is up there as one of my favourite smells and I actually really like Palmolive as it's one of the few soaps that makes my skin feel really soft and healthy. So, I shall be looking out for a bottle of this next time I'm out shopping !! Cheers

Pants With Names

So true. I'm always disappointed when I'm not transported to said country garden. My biggest disappointment was a Mother Revitalizing Oil - has to be said, I think I need more than some oil rubbed into my wrists to revitalise me!

Rosie Scribble

Excellent choice! Bergamot was my favourite of the two.

Rosie Scribble

Some marketing materials do seem a little hyped up don't they? I always like putting them to the test. I've tried a few products to look ten years younger, but alas.

mummy@bodfortea

You're right they are rather nice looking. I wasn't expecting a lot to be honest but I'll take your word for it that they smell as good as they look :D

Little Grandma

Mmm, bergamot, that's an unusual but rather lovely scent for a handwash. I may get a couple of these but they'll be kept out of reach from my 3 boys who are liable to fire it at each other; or squirt the whole lot in the sink as some sort of 'experiment' like they did with poor Teenage Daughter's new Christmas smellies!

Little Grandma

Typically I was distracted whilst writing my comment; Belle was breastfeeding and kicking my arm off the keyboard so I typed an incorrect URL!

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