Name: Kashmir Sandalwood And Vetiver Shower Cream
Brand: Tesori D’Oriente
From the packaging:
The delicate freshness of vetiver blends with the warm, ambered notes of Kashmir sandalwood, giving birth to a precious, intense and seductive perfume. Formulated with natural ingredients, it gently cleanses, refreshes and tones the skin, enveloping the body in a soft caress.
What I liked:
– cleanses skin well
– leaves skin soft
– wonderful woody oriental scent
– the pretty tube comes with a chain so you can easily hang it in the shower
– the price
What I didn’t like:
– some women may find this particular scent too masculine
– the cap doesn’t always close well
Tesori D’Oriente is one of my favourite bath and body care brands. The reason? Their fragrances. All the brand’s lines are infused with a different heady oriental scent that will transport you into the magical and fascinating world of the Far East with its busy markets, mysterious rituals, exotic spices and richly fragranced flowers. I spent ages in the shop trying to decide which scent to try first. Cardamom and Neroli or Myhrr? Or maybe something floral like Orchid?
In the end, I settled for a woody oriental scent, Kashmir Sandalwood and Vetiver. The scent is absolutely gorgeous, intense and sensual. The vetiver is quite delicate, somewhat fresh, with just a hint of citrus and ginger, and beautifully blends with the warmer, ambery scent of Kashmir Sandalwood. It wraps you in a warm, intoxicating and invigorating embrace that lingers on your skin all day long.
The scent is unisex although it leans a bit more on the masculine end of the spectrum. It can still be easily worn by women too. Those who love to steal their men’s cologne will fall in love with it, but if you’re the type who prefers dainty, feminine and sweet scents, then this one is not for you. If you’re interested, though, you should hurry because I’m not sure it will be available for long.
When I checked out their website earlier today, I couldn’t find the Kashmir Sandalwood And Vetiver line listed anywhere, but you should still be able to find it in shops. I picked up mine at Smoll and there were still lots of tubes left on the shelf. Oh, and isn’t the black tube decorated with green leaves really pretty, by the way? There’s also a chain attached at the end of it so that you can easily hang it in the shower. However, the cap doesn’t close that well. Maybe I just got a defective one but in any case, be careful if you decide to travel with it.
I pretty much told you everything about this shower cream but the most important thing, and that’s how it performs. The answer? Really well. The shower cream is white in colour and its consistency is neither too liquidy nor too thick. It foams well and effectively but gently cleanses skin leaving it soft and smelling gorgeous! Now, I can’t wait to try all the other scents!
Aqua, Sodium Laureth Sulfate, Parfum, Cocamidropropyl Betaine, Lauryl Glucoside, PEG-7 Glyceryl Cocoate, Pterocarpus Santalinum Wood Extract, vetivera Zizanoides Root Oil, Propylene Glycol, Sodium Olivamphoacetate, Glycerin, Coco-Glucoside, Glyceryl Oleate, Sodium Chloride, Sodium Benzoate, Citric Acid, Styrene/Acrylates Copolymer, Tetrasodium EDTA, Methylchloroisothiazolinone, Methylisothiazolinone, Benzyl Salicylate, Butylphenyl Methylpropional, Citronellol, Courmarin, Limonene, CI 19140, CI 42051.
Available at: Smoll stores throughout Italy
Tesori D’Oriente Kashmir Sandalwood And Vetiver Shower Cream is a gentle but effective shower cream that leaves skin clean, soft and smelling gorgeous. However, the beautiful sandalwood and vetiver scent, which lingers all day, can be too masculine for some women. The tube is pretty and can be easily hanged in the shower, but the cap doesn’t always close well.
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