Sunday, May 19, 2013

Crabtree & Evelyn Product Review

In the past I have gotten to review some great products from Crabtree & Evelyn. A couple of months ago I was given another opportunity to try a couple of their products.

The Tarocco Orange, Eucalyptus & Sage Body and Hand Collection is inspired by energizing botanicals of Italy. Featuring Tarocco which is known as the Sicilian Blood Orange and grown largely in the Italian region. The Tarocco orange is loaded with antioxidants and vitamin C, while the eucalyptus and sage add purifying, and refreshing elements. This collection is also fragranced with bergamot, and neroli. I wasn't familiar with neroli so I looked it up. Neroli is an oil produced from the blossom of the bitter orange plant. Basically the fragrance you get from this product is citrus-y and fresh with just a bit of herbiness from the eucalyptus and sage.

Their are six products included in this collection; Deep Cleansing Body Scrub, Body Souffle, Body Lotion, Bath & Shower Gel, Body Mist, and Hand Therapy. The two products I was sent to try were the Tarocco Orange Body Lotion and the Tarocco Orange Bath and Shower Gel.

The body lotion absorbs quickly and does not leave your skin feeling greasy. Rather it gives your skin a soft satiny feel.

The bath and shower gel is a nice cleanser. It creates a rich lather and you can also pour a little into your bath water for a nice refreshing foam bath.

Both of these items wake you up with their lively scent and leave you feeling refreshed. I thoroughly enjoyed them as did my mom when she paid me a visit and tried them out. She was especially a fan of the way the Tarocco Orange, Eucalyptus & Sage smell. Want to try these products out? You can get this Little Luxuries set which includes smaller versions of Bath and Shower Gel, Body Lotion, and Hand Therapy for only $16.00.

You can purchase these items and more online or in a store near you.


The featured product{s} in this post were provided to me free of charge by the manufacturer or pr company representing them. All opinions expressed in this review are my own and not influenced in any way by anyone.

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