Background c/o Gerd Body Shower Mandarin
30 -275 ml
This brand is a Swedish organic brand and the ingredients comes from controlled farming where chemical pesticides and artificial fertilizers are forbidden, and where the origin can be verified.
Ingredient analysis by Skincarisma
Auqua Purificata (Water), Disodium Lauroyl Sarcosinate, Sodium Lauryl Sulfoacetate (Surfactant from sugar), Sodium Levulinate (from rice), PCA (From coconutoil), Glyceryl Caprylate (From vegetable oil), Xanthan Gum (From sugar), Persea gratissima oil (Avocado oil), Cymbopogon schoenanthus oil (Essential Oil Lemongrass), PCA Glyceryl Oleate (From sugar), Cyamopsis tetragonolobus (From guvar Bean).
My thoughts on c/o Gerd Body Shower Mandarin
I received a sample of c/o Gerd Body Shower Mandarin when I was ordering a shampoo from Maria Åkerberg from Fina mig.se and I was really surprised. I had never heard of the brand before (even though I am Swedish) but I have been so snowed in on Korean beauty products for a long time.
The smell of this one is amazing. It smells like citrus, mandarin. I usually prefer most of my products to be unscented but for a shower gel it doesn’t bother me.
When I used this for the first time I was really amazed that it didn’t make my skin dry. My skin really felt moisturized after using it and I really didn’t need to apply a body lotion. Bare in mind that I have super dry skin and usually need a lot of moisturizer on my skin.
c/o Gerd Body Shower Mandarin doesn’t lather as a common body wash will do and it is easy to use too much of it just because you are expecting it to lather as a regular body wash would do. It is also quite fluid compared to others so be careful when turning the tube upside down.
The packaging is really nice, it is simple and clean and I really do like it.
This is definitely a product I would buy in full size.
I give this product 7/7
Where to get it
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