I’ve featured Sanctuary Spa many times on my blog over the last few years, and they’re a brand I’ve used ever since my late teens when I worked in Boots whilst doing my A Levels. Sanctuary Spa used to be a Boots exclusive brand that you could only purchase on the Boots website, and instore but you can also purchase Sanctuary Spa from Superdrug, Amazon and Lookfantastic. The Sanctuary Spa Body Butter is a product that features often within the Sanctuary Spa gift sets, and special kits around Mother’s Day and Christmas, and is one of their bestsellers.
The Sanctuary Spa Body Butter is £11 and contains 300ml of product within a peach coloured plastic pot, with the pretty metallic copper brushstroke detailing all of the Sanctuary Spa products have. The packaging is quite chunky as you get so much product, but they also do a mini size too which is much better suited for travel, and weekends away.
“Wrap your body in waves of indulgent, buttery goodness. This luxurious blend of shea & cocoa butter, sweet almond & macadamia nut oil melts into skin to leave it feeling instantly nourished, soft & smooth to touch.“
All of the main range of the Sanctuary Spa products have the same heavenly floriental fragrance, which is described as being a sophisticated blend of the exotic fresh top notes of citrus and bergamot, the softness of jasmine and vanilla, with base notes of patchouli and sandalwood. It’s a strong scent, but one I love and this body butter claims to have a long lasting fragrance, and it definitely delivers. It leaves my skin feeling super silky and soft, and scented for hours and hours.
If you use the body butter alongside the matching body wash, and body scrub, it just intensifies the fragrance even more. It’s the perfect scent for this time of year as it’s so warm and woody, but it’s a scent I love all year round and if you’ve never tried the Sanctuary Spa Body Butter, you really should.
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