This Caudalie Divine Indulgence Body* gift set is truly divine so the name couldn’t be more correct. My favourite product in the gift set has to be the Divine Oil. It is a multipurpose product and you know I just love that! You can use it on your hair, nails, body, in your bath or even as a massage oil *ooh laa laa*. I’ve been using it before I dry my hair and on my skin after the shower. My hair feels silky soft and because it is in a spray form you can spray it on the ends if you don’t want the product on your hands. It sinks into your skin pretty rapidly which is great as you don’t have to hang around to get dressed. This is a perfect product if you ever travel as it has so many uses so you can pack light! It is made up of grape, argan, hibiscus and sesame oil which provides omega 6 and vitamin E. The bottle in this gift set is 100ml and would normally cost £27 alone and this gift set is £27 so essentially you get the other two products free. The Divine Scrub (50g) is a skin softening scrub with grains of brown sugar and the same oils as before. It seems to react with water and turns into a cream once you begin to rub it on to your skin. You are left with a subtle scent on the skin. I love it! I haven’t actually gotten round to using the Divine Legs (25ml) yet but the other products have been hits with me that I’m only expecting good things from it. It is a moisturising instant tan made from grape oil and carob fruit. Sorry I haven’t tried it yet but I wanted to get this post out to you as I think it will make an amazing Christmas gift and seeing as the Divine Oil alone costs the same amount as the whole gift set there’s nothing to lose as I know I can say with confidence that any woman needs the Divine Oil in their life. Men take note and treat that special lady in your life and make her feel extremely divine this festive season.
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Would you be happy with this this Christmas? Have you tried any of these products?
Did you know for every bottle of Divine Oil sold Caudalie plants a tree? In the past 2 years they have planted 150,000 trees in the Amazon. I think that is pretty amazing!