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Lazy weekend poll ~ what’s in your shower, edition 6 :: Now Smell This

July is drawing to a close, so it must be time for our annual shower census….do tell us about the scented products in your bath or shower! How many scented shower gels and/or bar soaps are in your shower right now? And do tell us the names / products. If you have any great scented products in other categories (hair care?) tell us about those too.

Or, as always, just talk about something else.

Things that were in my shower last year, and that I still have (or have replaced): Nesti Dante Emozioni in Toscana Villages & Monasteries bar soap, Shikai Yuzu shower gel (an oldie but goodie), St. Ives Pink Lemon and Mandarin Orange Exfoliating Body Wash (cheerful, cheap as chips).

New this year: The Body Shop Mango Bath Blend (mixes nicely with the Shikai Yuzu and that is how I usually use it), Alba Botanica Mega Moisture Coconut Milk shampoo and conditioner (too heavy for me, but I am using them up slowly), Garnier Fructis Damage Repairing Treat Shampoo + Papaya Extract (I love the smell but it doesn’t do my hair any favors), Aveda Botanical Repair Shampoo and Conditioner (a splurge, but I adore the smell and it’s also the best shampoo and conditioner I’ve ever used for my slightly dry, frizz-prone hair).

My shower gel game is weak at the moment — I need a trip to Lush! I am looking forward to hearing what you all have been using and loving.

Note: top image via Fireclay Tile, and shows their 3×6 Subway Tile “in calming Rosemary with contrasting grout”.


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