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Fenjal Bath And Beauty Products Review

Fenjal is a brand I've seen in the shops quite a lot, but it's never really jumped out of the shelf at me, and so I've never picked it up. I'm not massively brand loyal when it comes to bath and body products, although I have some favourites - I guess the packaging didn't really say anything to me and suggested a herbal product which I'm not a big fan of.



Perceptions can be wrong though, so I was happy when the opportunity landed for me to try out several products from the Fenjal Classic range. I received -

- Fenjal Classic Hand Crème (RRP £4.25)

A standard pocket size so great for taking out, and I do treat my hands more in cold weather. Non greasy, and I didn't need much each time so will last a while. Testing going well so far. This product is a blend of antioxidant rich Swiss rose stem cells and vitamin C. I'm probably quite bad in that I just use body lotion/butter for most things, so probably wouldn't use this often enough.

- Fenjal Classic Body Lotion (RRP £5.36)

Really good size bottle for the price, and I was happy with the texture, not too runny, not too thick. It's a non greasy lotion and applies really easily. I prefer the scent for use as a bath product than a lotion, but so far my skin is nice and smooth and I'm a happy tester.

- Fenjal Classic Shower Mousse (RRP £4.60)



I'm a fan of shower mousse, for some reason it just feels extra luxurious picking up the can and squirt out a thick and creamy lather to use. This is pretty much what it claims to be on the tin - cleansing, softening, and delicate. The scent is more subtle than some spa ranges I've tried so that is a definite plus point. I'd say at the moment this is my go-to mousse when I want something fresh and invigorating. Would definitely consider buying this again.

Have you tried Fenjal out? I'd love to hear your thoughts and which products you use. In the meantime I have plenty of pampering days left in these bottles. Bonus points for value for money.


 
 

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