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REVIEW: The Body Shop Body Butter Duo In Macadamia

I am a Body Butter and a Body Lotion wh*re and nothing, just nothing in this world can make me happier than a new tub of Body Butter :) So when I saw a 25% off discount on TBS Body Butter Duos, I had to get myself one... There were a lot of options fragrance wise but I ended up picking up Macadamia because it had the most subtle and a unique scent...

The Body Butter Duos from TBS are exactly what they are called. The tub is divided into two and has a basic body butter for normal areas and has a thick, creamy butter for super dry areas... Macadamia nut as such is rich in antioxidants as well as vitamins A, E, B1, B2, B3, B12, which make them naturally a boon for one's skin.

It has a subtle nutty smell that tends to bend towards citrus-y. I love how it smells and have never smelled anything like it before... Nope it is not a beautiful, feminine smell but more of a quirky smell that is comforting at the same time! I speak in contrasts I know but I am not sure how else to describe it :/

Now coming to the main part of the review, I really like this duo. The "normal" butter out of the two gets absorbed real quick and does not leave you feeling sticky like how the TBS Peach Body Butter... I apply it on my fave and neck too. No do not judge me cause I figure that whatever is good for my body is good enough for my face as well... The "thicker" butter of the duo is great for my feet and hands... The heels of my feet are naturally very dry and in Winters sitting in the AC my hands become super dry as well. So I find this really comforting as a hand cream as well.

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Oooohhhsss And Aaaahhhsss!!!
1. Its great for dry areas and dry skinned girls.
2. It does not have an overpowering fragrance. Rather the subtle smell that it has is really comforting.
3. I really like the concept of two textures of a body butter in one jar :)
4. A little product goes a long way.


Ouches!!!
1. It is quite on the expensive side.
2. May not suit girls with oily or normal skin.

Price:
It costs a whopping INR 880/- for 200ml.

Repurchase?
I definitely would!

Would I Recommend?
If you have dry skin and need relief for the really dry areas of your body then this body butter duo is for you. If you are an oily skinned or a normal skinned beauty then you may not want to try it out :)

Overall Rating:
9/10

Comments

  1. I so want to try this but my existing body butters just never get over...this one luks so tempting

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    1. ha ha I know what you mean but I just cannot resist temptation and keep on indulging myself ;) :P

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  2. I wish TBS has something like Back To MAC.. I have so many empty body butter dabbas with me !!!

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    1. I know right!!!! I really wish they came up with something like that... Wow! I'd be the happiest girl on planet Earth... ok both of us would be the happiest girls eh Aarthi? ;)

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  3. i have the vanilla one ... love it :)

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    1. ooh you too have dry skin is it Poorva? :) hi5 babe! :D

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  4. Just bought the new Christmas edition vanilla bliss one today...love the fragrance!

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