Honey, honey, honey. Where do I begin?
I’ve never been a huge honey fan. I’m not sure what it is about it. The smell just gives me a headache; it’s far too sickly for me. However, this scent is bearable for me. I very rarely use it, but with the Christmas range being released, I had to pull out this gel and blow the dust off it to pair it with the new Shoot for the Stars bath bomb. Luckily for me, the more I use it, the more I grow to like it. I can ignore the honey and make out a slight toffee scent, which unfortunately isn’t as strong as it is in the HIWTK soap, for example.
Sharing its scent with the much-loved Honey I Washed The Kids range, this regular line shower gel is a perfect addition to any honey lovers out there. As it contains real honey, the gel is perfect for moisturising the skin as well as giving it a good clean. It conjures a lovely, thick lather quite easily. The consistency is nice, thick and creamy. I’ll put this down to the honey, as honey itself is usually thick and runny. Due to the moisturising goodness of this gel, when I used it in my hair I found that it was also very moisturising for my hair and left it feeling soft and looking shiny.
The lovely, milky toffee shade is a perfect colour for the scent and I really couldn’t imagine it being any other colour.
I must admit, as I am sitting here smelling this gel and putting my emotions into words, it’s putting me in the mood for a nice HIWTK themed bath even though I’m not a big honey fan. Perhaps it’s the toffee drawing me in.
I truly feel for the many vegans out there who are patiently waiting for a vegan alternative to this product.
This product is not suitable for vegans.
List of Ingredients: honey, rosehip lotus flowers and tiger lily infusion (rosa canina, nelumbo nucifera and lilum tigrinum), sodium laureth sulfare, sodium cocoamphoacetate, water (aqua), perfume, propylene glycol, brazilian orange oil (citrus sinensis), bergamot oil (citrus aurantium bergamia), titanium dioxide, limonene, citronellol, linalool, amyl cinnamal, lilial, methylparaben.
Part of the regular line.