Rituals Laughing Buddha shower foam and body scrub

It's no secret that I'm a big fan of citrus scents so I was really pleased to be reintroduced to the Rituals Laughing Buddha range. A delicious blend of sweet orange and smokey cedarwood, the entire range is designed to be uplifting and bring a touch of happiness to everyday life: 



I'd previously tried and loved the Rituals Laughing Buddha body cream and happy mist but for some reason thought the entire range was limited edition and never brought anything else. Needless to say I'm so glad to have been proved wrong and now both the Happy Buddha Shower Foam and Good Luck Scrub are part of my everyday routine.

Rituals Happy Buddha Shower Foam is a fun alternative to the more traditional shower gel and reminds me of a hair mousse in texture, expanding massively as it comes into contact with the air. Good Luck Scrub is sugar based and suspended in a light layer of moisturising oil. Sometimes with body scrubs I find that they can be too gentle but the Rituals version is coarse enough to be really exfoliating without being harsh on the skin. I find that once or twice a week is enough to keep my skin super soft and the beautiful scent never fails to uplift.

Fruity citrus scents always remind me of summer and with the weather finally getting lighter here in the UK these couldn't have come at a better time. Now I just need to restock on the body cream to complete the routine!

Rituals Laughing Buddha range, RRP from £8.50

Have you tried any of the Rituals Laughing Buddha range? What are your favourite Spring/Summer scents?

2 comments

  1. I've loved every Rituals product I've tried so far - definitely need to give these a go too! x

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    1. Rituals are definitely underrated as a brand, let me know how you get on if you end up trying these x

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