I picked up 4 body butters on a trip to The Body Shop outlet a few months ago. I have already reviewed the Olive Body Butter and Wild Argan Oil Body Butter. I have been using The Body Shop Honeymania Body butter for the past few days so thought of sharing my thoughts with all of you!
Product: The Body Shop Honeymania Body Butter
Claim: This luxurious Body Butter has a rich, floral scent. Each pot contains Community Fair Trade honey made from the nectar of thousands of wildflowers. Dip in for skin that feels silky soft for 24 hours with a buttery texture and rich floral scent
Quantity: 200 ml (6.9 oz.)
Price: 1195 INR
The Body Shop Honeymania Body Butter comes in a standard plastic tub (peachy orange color). I do not want to talk much about the tub packaging and how one can be concerned about hygiene because this packaging has been a standard for their body butters so if you are buying it, you know what you are getting into. I got a big 200 ml size which I do not think can be considered a travel-friendly size but you can buy a small tub from one of their body butter gift packs. The packaging is sturdy and made from recycled plastic.
I really love how environmentally conscious The Body Shop as a company is, this body butter contains Community Fair Trade Honey (recycled plastic packaging is also a nice touch). Onto the product…
As I mentioned in the intro, I picked up 4 body butter from The Body Shop a few months ago and out of those 4, the Honeymania and Olive Body Butters were specifically meant for dry skin. So I was expecting them to be really hydrating.
The Honeymania Body Butter is peachy in color and has strong floral scent. To be honest, I am not a huge fan of the scent but the body butter is really rich and hydrating for the skin. A little coin sized amount works for both of my arms and hands so in short a little goes a long way. It takes a few minutes and absorbs well into the skin to provide moisture to the skin all day long!
Some of the ingredients include Cocoa seed butter, Shea butter, Sesame seed oil in addition to honey. This product does contain fragrance and added colors.
If you have dry skin then you should definitely check out the Honeymania and Olive Body Butters. I really like how the Honeymania body butter works for my skin but I just cannot get over the scent; I am not a fan of floral scents anyway but this one is a bit too strong for me. I am going to give this a rest and try out the Satsuma body butter now since it is promises to be citrus scent which I really like for the warmer months (and otherwise). I am going to review the Honeymania shower gel soon (just finished using it)!
Have you tried The Body Shop Honeymania body butter? Which is your favorite body butter from The Body Shop? Comment below!