This post contains gifted items.
Anatomicals is a bodycare brand that has been around for years, and it always brightens up my day. Their products come in bright, fun packaging with sometimes sassy slogans on the front. In today's post I will be sharing some of my favourites with you...
First up, is the Anatomicals The Seven Deadly Skins Melon Body Scrub* (£4.00 for 200ml) and I haven't yet mentioned the price of the Anatomicals range. Their products are at a super price point and you get excellent value for money. I adore bodycare products that are freshly and fruitily fragranced and this is a winner for me. If you have dull, flaky skin, it will be a thing of the past with this scrub that contains ocean-safe walnut shell and that juicy melon scent to boost circulation and remove any roughness on the skin. The results? Super smooth and soft skin that smells heavenly.
I have been using the Anatomicals Not Another Rough Day Please Neroli Body Lotion* (250ml) not for just the body, but also for my hands as it has a quick and easy-to-use push down applicator. As the name suggests, the main fragrance note of this is Neroli, which is one of my favourite as I love anything like Neroli, Tuberose etc, deep, warm, musky type scents. The cream is moisturising and nourishing without being oily or leaving a residue behind and keeps my skin soft throughout the day.
If you have super dry skin, like I do, then I would absolutely recommend the Anatomicals Smother Superior (Nun Better) Bergamot and Green Ginger Body Butter* (£7.00 for 200ml). It comes in a bright mint green tub and super luxurious and creamy, keeping the skin nourished and protected all day long. It soaks into the skin instantly so that you can get dressed almost straight after and smells beautiful, with a fragrance that doesn't irritate sensitive skins but that lasts throughout the day too. A little goes a long way with the Body Butter, so this huge tub is going to last you ages!
You can find Anatomicals online here, and there is free delivery when you spend £25+.
All the Loves,