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Bath and Body Works CocoShea Honeycomb Body Bar

Disclaimer: this product was provided by InYOUvations. This is not a sponsored post. All opinions are my own.

Bath and Body Works CocoShea Honeycomb Body Bar - www.modenmakeup.com

Bath and Body Works has an entire CocoShea range. According to their site: "CocoShea blends two of nature's most nourishing ingredients — vitamin-packed cocoa butter and rich moisturizing shea butter — for the ultimate collection of skin-loving formulas." The Honey range promises to hydrate and smooth. 

Bath and Body Works CocoShea Honeycomb Body Bar ingredients - www.modenmakeup.com

If you're familiar with the Bath and Body Works Aromatherapy Body Bars, you'd know that their soaps are relatively big. In fact, these are the biggest bar soaps I've ever used.

Bath and Body Works Aromatherapy Body Bars - www.modenmakeup.com

The soaps above retail, from InYOUvations, for $25 so the $20 price for the Honeycomb Body Bar didn't surprise me. Is it worth that though? From my experience once you like the scent it's definitely worth it due to how much product you get - 6 oz/ 170 g. I didn't think I was a fan of honey scents but this soap surprised me. The scent wasn't nauseatingly sweet which is important since it did linger. True to the claims, the body bar didn't leave my skin dry or tight after use. It produced an adequate lather. The only even remotely negative thing I can say is: don't drop this baby on your toe 😝

If kept in an adequately ventilated area, the bar can last for weeks. Obviously results will vary based on how often you use it. If you have super sensitive skin I would say skip this since fragrance is the fifth ingredient listed.

Thanks again to the InYOUvations Team for providing this product. Pay them a visit in Sheraton Mall for all your Bath and Body Works needs.

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