Product Review: The Body Shop’s Wild Argan Oil Shower Gel

To be completely honest, soap has never exactly been something I am overly particular about. I tend to purchase whatever body wash is on sale when I happen to squeeze the final drops out of my former bottle in the shower, failing to be observant of what exactly I am purchasing. After developing some dry skin patches on my elbows and hands as of late, I thought it may be beneficial to make use of a body wash that aids in combatting such dryness.

To continue with my theme of honesty, I will be forward and admit that I only bought the Argan body wash from The Body Shop because it was featured as a discounted item with one of my online orders.

What can I say, I like to save a buck here and there.

Regardless, I received this specific body wash from the brand in the mail with my complete order and tried it out in the shower that evening. The body wash itself smells absolutely fantastic, offering a subtle sweetness resulting from the argan oil, and it lathers generously in the palms of your hands. I use one or two pumps to wash my entire body after a long day ornwork outside on the farm, so I can attest to the fact that a small amount of this wash goes a long way.

The argan oil in this body wash comes from the Little Atlas Mountains in Morocco, proving that The Body Shop is maintaining their reputable use of resources. It is soap-free and is therefore suitable for most skin types, and a 250ml bottle retails for ten dollars. There are quite literally dozens of scents to choose from, but why not get the best of both worlds with the argan oil cleanser – it smells divine and goes to work to better your skin!

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