The plus-side of shopping in the higher price ranges is that you're more likely to be given a free sample to take home. And thank gawd for that, because the Bodyshop Aloe Vera moisturisers did not really work out for me.
I had a quick squizz at the ingredients list and didn't see anything on my no-no list, but really - who's got time to go through about 20 funny-looking names?
The day cream was okay in that it didn't sting on my face, but then it didn't quite moisturise it well enough to satisfy me. If I apply it and have to apply a second layer half an hour later, then in my opinion it's not moisturising enough. Maybe, just maybe, it would do okay if my skin's having a good months. But not this month. And anyway it cost $35 for a small pot that probably would have only last a couple of weeks.
I tried the day lotion with SPF too, from the same product range, but this really did sting my skin. No no no.
A bit of a shame really, because when I get free samples (or just good service) then I really want to like the product.