WIN: Grab A Purely Pampering Moment With Dove's New Body Oils

We all try to live life to the full, squeezing in multiple commitments and hobbies alongside spending time with loved ones. Add to that the demands of a full time job, looking after a home and even children, and it's no surprise we're all feeling the strains of modern life. Although we often prioritise the wellbeing of others, it's not uncommon for us to collectively neglect our own. When was the last time you took a moment just for yourself and really enjoyed it? With Dove's new Purely Pampering Nourishing Body Oils you can start having a few indulgent minutes every day, thanks to the luxurious scents and hydrating properties that the oils bring. Available in Pistachio & Magnolia and Shea Butter & Warm Vanilla variants, the body oils contain ingredients which have high levels of Linoleic Acid, Omega 6 and Vitamin E. These natural fatty acids help to maintain the quality of the skins lipid bi-layer so skin is left healthy and nourished, while looking fabulous too.

The Pistachio & Magnolia oil contains pistachio, sesame and sea buckthorn oil, as well as grape seed, while Shea Butter & Vanilla contains sunflower seed oil and shea butter for a super luxurious finish. Both variants smell absolutely amazing and leave skin super soft, without the greasy feeling often experienced with body oils. The formula dries quickly to leave skin with a subtle sheen and healthy glow, without a heavy residue on the surface - great if you want to give limbs a treat but need to get on with your day. You only need a little amount of product for each limb (about a 10p sized blob) as it's easy to manoeuvre around the skin's surface and ensure it gets to work. The Pistachio & Magnolia Nourishing Body Oil smells incredible (pistachio is one of my all time favourite scents,) while the Shea Butter & Vanilla offers a great alternative with an added subtle shimmer; it's perfect for the summer months or holidays when you want to showcase a golden glow.

Because Dove are so committed to bringing each and every one of us a Purely Pampering moment, I've teamed up with them to bring a week's worth of tips, tricks and motivation to keep you looking fabulous. We have lots of great stuff in store for you, so make sure you come back every day to find out another great way to have a Purely Pampering moment at home. To give you a helping hand, I have a fab competition to offer one lucky person a huge hamper filled to the brim with pampering Dove goodies! The prize includes: 5 x Shea Butter & Vanilla Nourishing Body Oils, 5 x Pistachio & Magnolia Nourishing Body Oils, 2 x Pistachio & Magnolia Body Lotions, 2 x Pistachio & Magnolia Body Washes, 2 x Shea Butter & Vanilla Body Lotions and 2 x Shea Butter & Vanilla Body Washes. WOAH! Altogether the hamper contains 18 products and is worth over £100. To enter the competition just enter via the widget below. Good luck and I look forward to taking you on a Purely Pampering journey this week!

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The Dove 'Purely Pampering' Week is sponsored by Dove. 



  1. Thank you! I adore Dove products!!!!

  2. These look and sound fantastic! The Pistachio & Magnolia one sounds really interesting and a bit different too! <3


  3. Fantastic Giveaway, I would love to try this, thank you

  4. Dove in Japan is completely different, they are pretty boring I must say. I love Dove in the UK, there are many attractive products xx

    The Beauty Maniac in Tokyo

  5. Saw the body oils in Boots the other day, would love to give them a try! www.beautyonthecheap.net

  6. I love Dove. Thanks for running.

  7. Thank you, absolutely adore dove x

  8. these sound such a treat - thank you x

  9. Thank you for the reminder, I've entered ♥


  10. the dove firming body lotion is amazing! much better than products ive tried that cost three times as much so this is sure to be gorgeous (sorry if ive left similar comment twice but my 1st has vanished and i wanted to big up the firming lotion as i think its worth a try!) much love <3 xx


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