05/03/2015

#ShowerHijack

I Love... Perfectly Peachy Bath & Shower Crème, #ShowerHijack
I Love... Perfectly Peachy Bath & Shower Crème, #ShowerHijack

I Love...'s Perfectly Peachy Bath & Shower Crème* (RRP £2.99) is a limited edition product released in collaboration with cancer charity CoppaFeel to promote breast cancer awareness as part of #ShowerHijack campaign. The campaign's aim is for women to spot the sign and symptoms of breast cancer as a part of their routine, so it can be early detected. As you can see, the packaging has an amazing chart that is especially important for young girls who may be sometimes afraid or shy to ask how to check for the those signs. As a bonus, this fresh peachy crème will leave your body nourished and refreshed and is packed with pro vitamin B5 to keep your skin soft and supple - as you can see I've used quite a lot of it already! It's going to be exclusive to Boots and is coming up this month. You can see this launch and much more in my VLOG here.

17 comments:

  1. Coppafeel is really important to me as my grandma brought me up as my mum and battled it herself, and there are so many other people who have suffered and know someone who has. The 'I Love' products are amazing value and smell amazing! xxx

    Blonde Of Carbs

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  2. My other half has a bottle of this and I love the smell of it - and steal it on a regular basis. Stephen :o)

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  3. What a great collaboration! It sounds like a nice shower gel too & a fantastic charity too
    http://www.letstalkbeauty.co.uk/

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  4. This is such a good idea - even at 23 I don't really know how to check myself properly as I've never told/shown how to! This chart is very helpful and I'm sure it will help lots of people to be more aware of themselves, really great campaign x

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  6. Ooh I love the smell of peaches! I'll need to hunt it down and give it a sniff in case I need to stock up before it goes!
    Megan x
    London Callings

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  8. I still need to try mine, smells so good! xx

    Julie
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