The Body Ultimate Advent Calendar is a great gift to stock up on favourites and everyday beauty products at a fantastic price. There will be some spoilers here, but not all.
Expect pretty packaging and the element of surprise which is extra lovely of course, because I don’t think we ever grow out of loving surprises.
Is it worth it?
Yes, if you use some of the Body Shop products already or wish to update your daily skincare with products that feel more special than your Radox.
Today, I chose those that come as the full size to give you an idea of the value and what you can expect. You’ll find a mix of everyday hair and body beauty like shower gels and shampoo, hair masks etc. You will also find a selection of skincare products. Those are from the top ranges the Body Shop offers rather than the cheap and cheerful.
There is a face cream from the Oils of Life range, which the most lux range form the body shop. I wrote all about it here. Also, the serum from the Drops of Youth. Both ranges are very good and over more skin benefits than just hydration.
You won’t have dry hands this winter.
There are also bits of makeup and fragrance. Altogether a healthy mix of things. Oh and a lot of hand cream. There are three tubs two are full size, and one is a handbag size. I’m happy with this as I’m an obsessive hand cream user.
The Body Ultimate Advent Calendar has sold out on the Body Shop website. I found it on Amazon for a whooping £167, and it was available for £99 from the Body Shop. The Body Shop sill have some smaller available here for £65, but if you would love to get the Ultimate Advent Calendar, I will check in stores as some might still have stock.
I’m glad that in this instance, my job was to tell you all about it. Because I’ve unboxed half of it right when it arrived, couldn’t resist the temptation. If you follow me on Instagram, you have seen some snapshots. I then followed with an Instagram live video showing you all the products. If you haven’t followed me on Instagram yet, what are you waiting for? I show up daily, so come and say hello.