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    Can't decide if I should go for the Rose or Almond option.



         

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fallen Angel View Post
    Can't decide if I should go for the Rose or Almond option.
    This looks tempting...eek.

    I'd go Almond. I took a shea rich body wash on holiday & used it to wash my hair!!!!! It worked just fine on my naturally curly thick hair. Probs not on fine or greasy hair. I did use nice conditioning products after, & I will caveat that they've probably changed formula?
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    they have filmed this in the Regents street flagship store

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    These expensive teeny tiny bath and body products that test on animals have never interested me, now they own Elemis the TSVs will probably start morphing in to one. Alexis and Keeley are both aggressive brand presenters (IMO) so voila! half way there already. :mysmilie_3:
     

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    L'Occitane are still trying to flog the unpopular fragrance tsv...its a shame they are so rubbish a perfume these days

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    Quote Originally Posted by boffy View Post
    L'Occitane are still trying to flog the unpopular fragrance tsv...its a shame they are so rubbish a perfume these days
    that fragrance tsv was very popular as people liked it as it was a bit different
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    Quote Originally Posted by boffy View Post
    L'Occitane are still trying to flog the unpopular fragrance tsv...its a shame they are so rubbish a perfume these days
    I bought the new fragrance TSV and I rather liked it, I use it as a daytime fragrance. It’s not the most amazing ever but i still pleased I bought it
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    I actually liked the Herbae TSV which is put away for Christmas. I don't like the shea, verbena, rose etc, although their handcreams are OK. It's not a brand I usually buy and won't be going for this.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SUPERCOOLWILLOW View Post
    that fragrance tsv was very popular as people liked it as it was a bit different
    well I was not keen and the reviews were not great imo. I do agree its nice to do something different
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by candycane View Post
    I actually liked the Herbae TSV which is put away for Christmas. I don't like the shea, verbena, rose etc, although their handcreams are OK. It's not a brand I usually buy and won't be going for this.

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    How did you find the Herbae, CC? iirc you like Eau Dynamisante which I like V much & wondered if it was at all similar? Or does the sweet part dominate? (the fragrance)

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