As a lover of pretty patterns, pastel colours and anything pink, Ted Baker is the one brand which caters for my every fashion whim and desire. I first treated myself to an item of their clothing a couple of years ago (a floral playsuit) and it still takes pride of place in my wardrobe however it did take a little bit of saving to obtain, so when I discovered their beauty range around the same time (with more pocket money friendly prices), I was really excited to see what they had to offer.
Stocked in Boots and with the most almightily gorgeous Christmas sets around the festive season, they are always featured on any wish list of mine – especially the new bath & body collection, with rose gold and pastel pink packaging (I really am a sucker for beautiful packaging).
Housed in a keepsake floral box, I was lucky enough to review the body spray, wash and soufflé which each uphold a gorgeously floral and vanilla esque scent, ideal for light wear during the summer months! Although a body spray rather than an eau de toilette (which is usually more concentrated and lasts longer), the Ted Baker version lingers subtly all day without needing to re-spray, which is perfect if you like wearing a scent to the beach, pool or out for dinner. I have a number of really exciting trips planned over the next few weeks – and this will definitely be accompanying me in my suitcase!
I’m not sure if the photos do the Body Wash justice, but it is honestly the most beautiful beauty item in my possession currently! With a gorgeous silky floral print tube and rose gold detailing, I haven’t yet ventured this into the shower with me in case it ruins it. I know this technically defeats the point of a body wash – but it’s so pretty! I have however, tested it out in the sink and can confirm, the inner layer doesn’t disappoint. Lathering up with just a small amount of water and with the same subtle scent, it leaves your skin feeling very soft and smelling amazing! It’s great to double this up with the spray for a summery scent that won’t fade!
The Souffle however, is my favourite – with a really creamy texture that melts into skin and leaves it feeling hydrated for a full 24 hours (even if you’re dipping in and out of the water). Unlike other body butters, it doesn’t lay on the surface of your skin – weighing it down and potentially blocking any hopeful tan forming – but it does really nourish any dry areas and is good to go within 5 minutes (my pet hate is having to wait around for moisturiser to soak in).
Boots are also running some nice discounts at the moment, check them out on MVC
Have you tried the new Ted Baker Bath & Body range? What do you think of the gorgeous packaging?