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Molton Brown sales up to 35% off.

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What you need to know *Sale ends 11.59pm GMT Sunday, 15th January 2017. Valid at Molton Brown online only at moltonbrown.co.uk from 12.01am GMT, Saturday 24th December 2016 and online and in-store f… Read More
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What you need to know
*Sale ends 11.59pm GMT Sunday, 15th January 2017. Valid at Molton Brown online only at moltonbrown.co.uk from 12.01am GMT, Saturday 24th December 2016 and online and in-store from 12.01am GMT Monday, 26th December 2016,
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jhyt89
apocalypsenow
£26 for handwash ?oO
Ridiculous.
I know right. this stuff is £1 from poundland but premium because of the design of the bottle. they could literally sell you scented faeces.
Clearly written by someone who has never used Molton Brown products. (_;)
Molton Brown products are nothing like anything sold in a poundshop.
They are a British Company producing quality products from quality ingredients which have never been tested on animals.
With Molton Brown it is a case of you get what you pay for, they use quality ingredients and this is evident in their products.
Yes, as an everyday product they are out of reach for many; including myself,
but i buy their gift sets for others, and occasionally treat myself to their Orange and Bergamont Hand Lotion; which i can wholeheartedly recommend.
Don't judge something you clearly know nothing about.

Edited By: PrincessJellybean on Dec 24, 2016 22:22
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Check out Aldi's copy 89p, even Molton Brown's biggest super fan chose it in a blind test on TV, said the real stuff left sticky residue.

edit: haha MR1123 above already mentioned it

Edited By: zebrum on Dec 24, 2016 23:31

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Iconic Washes Gift Set For Him - £34.30
http://www.moltonbrown.co.uk/MBExternalBinary/Molton-Brown-Iconic-Washes-Gift-Set-For-Him_MBC618_L.jpg

Lemon & Mandarin & Puritas Hand Wash Set - £26.00
http://www.moltonbrown.co.uk/MBExternalBinary/Molton-Brown-Lemon-Mandarin-and-Puritas-Hand-Wash-Set_MBG639_L.jpg

Edited By: VincentGO on Dec 24, 2016 19:41
#2
A sale when it's too late to get anything in time for Christmas, promotions all round then. I even went looking there specifically.


Edited By: TygerrTygerr on Dec 24, 2016 21:45
2 Likes #3
£26 for handwash ?oO
Ridiculous.
#4
apocalypsenow
£26 for handwash ?oO
Ridiculous.

I know right. this stuff is £1 from poundland but premium because of the design of the bottle. they could literally sell you scented faeces.
16 Likes #5
jhyt89
apocalypsenow
£26 for handwash ?oO
Ridiculous.
I know right. this stuff is £1 from poundland but premium because of the design of the bottle. they could literally sell you scented faeces.
Clearly written by someone who has never used Molton Brown products. (_;)
Molton Brown products are nothing like anything sold in a poundshop.
They are a British Company producing quality products from quality ingredients which have never been tested on animals.
With Molton Brown it is a case of you get what you pay for, they use quality ingredients and this is evident in their products.
Yes, as an everyday product they are out of reach for many; including myself,
but i buy their gift sets for others, and occasionally treat myself to their Orange and Bergamont Hand Lotion; which i can wholeheartedly recommend.
Don't judge something you clearly know nothing about.

Edited By: PrincessJellybean on Dec 24, 2016 22:22
3 Likes #6
PrincessJellybean
jhyt89
apocalypsenow
£26 for handwash ?oO
Ridiculous.
I know right. this stuff is £1 from poundland but premium because of the design of the bottle. they could literally sell you scented faeces.
Clearly written by someone who has never used Molton Brown products. (_;)
Molton Brown products are nothing like anything sold in a poundshop.
They are a British Company producing quality products from quality ingredients which have never been tested on animals.
With Molton Brown it is a case of you get what you pay for, they use quality ingredients and this is evident in their products.
Yes, as an everyday product they are out of reach for many; including myself,
but i buy their gift sets for others, and occasionally treat myself to their Orange and Bergamont Hand Lotion; which i can wholeheartedly recommend.
Don't judge something you clearly know nothing about.

4 bars of soap.
A quid.
Merry Xmas .:p

Edited By: apocalypsenow on Dec 24, 2016 22:29
4 Likes #7
PrincessJellybean
jhyt89
apocalypsenow
£26 for handwash ?oO
Ridiculous.
I know right. this stuff is £1 from poundland but premium because of the design of the bottle. they could literally sell you scented faeces.
Clearly written by someone who has never used Molton Brown products. (_;)
Molton Brown products are nothing like anything sold in a poundshop.
They are a British Company producing quality products from quality ingredients which have never been tested on animals.
With Molton Brown it is a case of you get what you pay for, they use quality ingredients and this is evident in their products.
Yes, as an everyday product they are out of reach for many; including myself,
but i buy their gift sets for others, and occasionally treat myself to their Orange and Bergamont Hand Lotion; which i can wholeheartedly recommend.
Don't judge something you clearly know nothing about.

Well according to one of Molton browns most loyal customers, aldi's one is top and homemade one was better and Molton was last. X)

Anyone watched the show? Forgot the name.

Found a link to the story

Your text here

Edited By: MR1123 on Dec 24, 2016 23:25: V
#8
The shower gel lasts 3 times longer than typical supermarket options. The scents are nice and lasts for ages; more akin to aftershave than shower gel. Yes it's still expensive but not as bad it looks. For around 10p a shower when on offer, I consider it fair value. Oudh Accord and Gold is the best IMO but rarely on offer.

If I hadn't picked up the QVC 3 pack offer 6 weeks ago, and only used a quarter of a bottle, I'd be all over this.

Edited By: jw191 on Dec 24, 2016 23:09: Addition
#9
PrincessJellybean
jhyt89
apocalypsenow
£26 for handwash ?oO
Ridiculous.
I know right. this stuff is £1 from poundland but premium because of the design of the bottle. they could literally sell you scented faeces.
Clearly written by someone who has never used Molton Brown products. (_;)
Molton Brown products are nothing like anything sold in a poundshop.
They are a British Company producing quality products from quality ingredients which have never been tested on animals.

As much as I like MB products, they can't really be called British any more - they sold out to a Japanese chemical company about 10 years ago, though their products are still made here.
5 Likes #10
Check out Aldi's copy 89p, even Molton Brown's biggest super fan chose it in a blind test on TV, said the real stuff left sticky residue.

edit: haha MR1123 above already mentioned it

Edited By: zebrum on Dec 24, 2016 23:31
#11
Copies are just that. MB products are excellent. Fragrances last. You don't need much. A fan here
#12
I've bought many of the MB copy products and haven't found any to be as good as MB. I don't use it day to day but have it for visiting guests and buy it as gifts.
1 Like #13
PrincessJellybean
jhyt89
apocalypsenow
£26 for handwash ?oO
Ridiculous.
I know right. this stuff is £1 from poundland but premium because of the design of the bottle. they could literally sell you scented faeces.
Clearly written by someone who has never used Molton Brown products. (_;)
Molton Brown products are nothing like anything sold in a poundshop.
They are a British Company producing quality products from quality ingredients which have never been tested on animals.
With Molton Brown it is a case of you get what you pay for, they use quality ingredients and this is evident in their products.
Yes, as an everyday product they are out of reach for many; including myself,
but i buy their gift sets for others, and occasionally treat myself to their Orange and Bergamont Hand Lotion; which i can wholeheartedly recommend.
Don't judge something you clearly know nothing about.

They also are responsible for the mass devastation of habitats and misplacement of indigenous people, due to the none ethically sourced palm oil they use. I would not buy from them on principle and their over pricing.
3 Likes #14
Spending over £20 on body wash isn't cool. I use own brand washing up liquid as a shower gel/shampoo/facewash which is about 20p a bottle. Lasts me ages too, even washing every two days.
#15
Molton Brown products are extremely nice. I too used to think they were overpriced... but earlier this year I stayed at a hotel which had their products, and naturally filled my suitcase with all the samples lol. I have been using them since, and they are superb quality
1 Like #16
lisaloo
PrincessJellybean
jhyt89
apocalypsenow
£26 for handwash ?oO
Ridiculous.
I know right. this stuff is £1 from poundland but premium because of the design of the bottle. they could literally sell you scented faeces.
Clearly written by someone who has never used Molton Brown products. (_;)
Molton Brown products are nothing like anything sold in a poundshop.
They are a British Company producing quality products from quality ingredients which have never been tested on animals.
With Molton Brown it is a case of you get what you pay for, they use quality ingredients and this is evident in their products.
Yes, as an everyday product they are out of reach for many; including myself,
but i buy their gift sets for others, and occasionally treat myself to their Orange and Bergamont Hand Lotion; which i can wholeheartedly recommend.
Don't judge something you clearly know nothing about.
They also are responsible for the mass devastation of habitats and misplacement of indigenous people, due to the none ethically sourced palm oil they use. I would not buy from them on principle and their over pricing.
Thanks for the info, it really is a product buying minefield out there.
I am endeavouring to become more and more ethical in my shopping, but it is no easy task.
I use Faith in Nature as my principle shampoo/conditioner/bath foam, and i get my perfumes from Pacifica.
Can you personally recommend any other products or suppliers?
Thanks :)
#17
PrincessJellybean
jhyt89
apocalypsenow
£26 for handwash ?oO
Ridiculous.
I know right. this stuff is £1 from poundland but premium because of the design of the bottle. they could literally sell you scented faeces.
Clearly written by someone who has never used Molton Brown products. (_;)
Molton Brown products are nothing like anything sold in a poundshop.
They are a British Company producing quality products from quality ingredients which have never been tested on animals.
With Molton Brown it is a case of you get what you pay for, they use quality ingredients and this is evident in their products.
Yes, as an everyday product they are out of reach for many; including myself,
but i buy their gift sets for others, and occasionally treat myself to their Orange and Bergamont Hand Lotion; which i can wholeheartedly recommend.
Don't judge something you clearly know nothing about.


you probably buy the £4 mineral water so I can't argue with that
1 Like #18
jhyt89
PrincessJellybean
jhyt89
apocalypsenow
£26 for handwash ?oO
Ridiculous.
I know right. this stuff is £1 from poundland but premium because of the design of the bottle. they could literally sell you scented faeces.
Clearly written by someone who has never used Molton Brown products. (_;)
Molton Brown products are nothing like anything sold in a poundshop.
They are a British Company producing quality products from quality ingredients which have never been tested on animals.
With Molton Brown it is a case of you get what you pay for, they use quality ingredients and this is evident in their products.
Yes, as an everyday product they are out of reach for many; including myself,
but i buy their gift sets for others, and occasionally treat myself to their Orange and Bergamont Hand Lotion; which i can wholeheartedly recommend.
Don't judge something you clearly know nothing about.
you probably buy the £4 mineral water so I can't argue with that

Peckham springs.
#19
jw191
The shower gel lasts 3 times longer than typical supermarket options. The scents are nice and lasts for ages; more akin to aftershave than shower gel. Yes it's still expensive but not as bad it looks. For around 10p a shower when on offer, I consider it fair value. Oudh Accord and Gold is the best IMO but rarely on offer.

If I hadn't picked up the QVC 3 pack offer 6 weeks ago, and only used a quarter of a bottle, I'd be all over this.


Totally agree with you. Love it!
#20
jhyt89
PrincessJellybean
jhyt89
apocalypsenow
£26 for handwash ?oO
Ridiculous.
I know right. this stuff is £1 from poundland but premium because of the design of the bottle. they could literally sell you scented faeces.
Clearly written by someone who has never used Molton Brown products. (_;)
Molton Brown products are nothing like anything sold in a poundshop.
They are a British Company producing quality products from quality ingredients which have never been tested on animals.
With Molton Brown it is a case of you get what you pay for, they use quality ingredients and this is evident in their products.
Yes, as an everyday product they are out of reach for many; including myself,
but i buy their gift sets for others, and occasionally treat myself to their Orange and Bergamont Hand Lotion; which i can wholeheartedly recommend.
Don't judge something you clearly know nothing about.
you probably buy the £4 mineral water so I can't argue with that
Which yet again is a reflection of your poor judgement.
For your information I have a stainless steel bottle which i fill from the tap.
This is a decision based on a choice I have made to reduce my consumption of single use plastics.
1 Like #21
PrincessJellybean
jhyt89
PrincessJellybean
jhyt89
apocalypsenow
£26 for handwash ?oO
Ridiculous.
I know right. this stuff is £1 from poundland but premium because of the design of the bottle. they could literally sell you scented faeces.
Clearly written by someone who has never used Molton Brown products. (_;)
Molton Brown products are nothing like anything sold in a poundshop.
They are a British Company producing quality products from quality ingredients which have never been tested on animals.
With Molton Brown it is a case of you get what you pay for, they use quality ingredients and this is evident in their products.
Yes, as an everyday product they are out of reach for many; including myself,
but i buy their gift sets for others, and occasionally treat myself to their Orange and Bergamont Hand Lotion; which i can wholeheartedly recommend.
Don't judge something you clearly know nothing about.
you probably buy the £4 mineral water so I can't argue with that
Which yet again is a reflection of your poor judgement.
For your information I have a stainless steel bottle which i fill from the tap.
This is a decision based on a choice I have made to reduce my consumption of single use plastics.

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/femail/article-4025224/How-avid-Molton-Brown-fan-failed-tell-difference-favourite-18-soap-Aldi-s-80-version-fact-preferred-cheaper-one.html#comments
#22
Their black pepper roll on antiperspirant is unbelievable. I'm one of the sweatiest people around and it still has me smelling nice the next day.
2 Likes #23
Some people like premium products some don't and if your in the market for molton brown these are good prices. End of ! Heat from me
#24
Well if one fan failed some test then that must be true and a scientific sample for any research hahaha

If you don't buy molton brown, why are you commenting or even reading this post?
1 Like #25
With Molton Brown it is a case of you get what you pay for, they use quality ingredients and this is evident in their products.
Yes, as an everyday product they are out of reach for many; including myself,
but i buy their gift sets for others, and occasionally treat myself to their Orange and Bergamont Hand Lotion; which i can wholeheartedly recommend.
Don't judge something you clearly know nothing about.[/quote]They also are responsible for the mass devastation of habitats and misplacement of indigenous people, due to the none ethically sourced palm oil they use. I would not buy from them on principle and their over pricing.[/quote]Thanks for the info, it really is a product buying minefield out there.
I am endeavouring to become more and more ethical in my shopping, but it is no easy task.
I use Faith in Nature as my principle shampoo/conditioner/bath foam, and i get my perfumes from Pacifica.
Can you personally recommend any other products or suppliers?
Thanks :)[/quote]
Hi, it is an they are a company that i have only just become aware of. I too try to think about my purchases without being crazy. I find a website called

http://www.rainforestfoundationuk.org is a good source of info to get started.

Hope you have had a fab Christmas :)

Edited By: lisaloo on Dec 25, 2016 19:38
1 Like #26
AnnaMak
Well if one fan failed some test then that must be true and a scientific sample for any research hahaha
If you don't buy molton brown, why are you commenting or even reading this post?

erm because I have an opinion. just because it is not the same as yours. it is proving that there is no difference apart from the brand name and the source of the ingredients. if you are prepared to pay more for that, then more fool you. now if you gave me a bottle of grey goose vs smirnoff and asked me to tell you which is premium, i'd be able to give you the correct answer. or maybe a good bottle of wine vs some cheap stuff.
1 Like #27
jhyt89
AnnaMak
Well if one fan failed some test then that must be true and a scientific sample for any research hahaha
If you don't buy molton brown, why are you commenting or even reading this post?
erm because I have an opinion. just because it is not the same as yours. it is proving that there is no difference apart from the brand name and the source of the ingredients. if you are prepared to pay more for that, then more fool you. now if you gave me a bottle of grey goose vs smirnoff and asked me to tell you which is premium, i'd be able to give you the correct answer. or maybe a good bottle of wine vs some cheap stuff.


more like has nothing better to do?
if deal doesn't interest me i scroll past.
you know, if have nothing nice to say, don't say it?
and 1 person is not a legit sample and proves nothing but hey no.
#28
jhyt89
AnnaMak
Well if one fan failed some test then that must be true and a scientific sample for any research hahaha
If you don't buy molton brown, why are you commenting or even reading this post?
erm because I have an opinion. just because it is not the same as yours. it is proving that there is no difference apart from the brand name and the source of the ingredients. if you are prepared to pay more for that, then more fool you. now if you gave me a bottle of grey goose vs smirnoff and asked me to tell you which is premium, i'd be able to give you the correct answer. or maybe a good bottle of wine vs some cheap stuff.


Spot on.
#29
AnnaMak
jhyt89
AnnaMak
Well if one fan failed some test then that must be true and a scientific sample for any research hahaha
If you don't buy molton brown, why are you commenting or even reading this post?
erm because I have an opinion. just because it is not the same as yours. it is proving that there is no difference apart from the brand name and the source of the ingredients. if you are prepared to pay more for that, then more fool you. now if you gave me a bottle of grey goose vs smirnoff and asked me to tell you which is premium, i'd be able to give you the correct answer. or maybe a good bottle of wine vs some cheap stuff.
more like has nothing better to do?
if deal doesn't interest me i scroll past.
you know, if have nothing nice to say, don't say it?
and 1 person is not a legit sample and proves nothing but hey no.

oh so isn't that a bit hypocritical coming from you? if you don't like my comment scroll down and move on... so everything you just said applies to you as well. doh.
#30
AnnaMak
jhyt89
AnnaMak
Well if one fan failed some test then that must be true and a scientific sample for any research hahaha
If you don't buy molton brown, why are you commenting or even reading this post?
erm because I have an opinion. just because it is not the same as yours. it is proving that there is no difference apart from the brand name and the source of the ingredients. if you are prepared to pay more for that, then more fool you. now if you gave me a bottle of grey goose vs smirnoff and asked me to tell you which is premium, i'd be able to give you the correct answer. or maybe a good bottle of wine vs some cheap stuff.
more like has nothing better to do?
if deal doesn't interest me i scroll past.
you know, if have nothing nice to say, don't say it?
and 1 person is not a legit sample and proves nothing but hey no.

This is not about a scientific sample, it is about an anecdote that a alternative which is many times cheaper may be the better product. You are implying that we need a vastly bigger survey when in fact, all we need to do is to visit Aldi and try for ourselves because that is all that matters.
#31
jhyt89
AnnaMak
jhyt89
AnnaMak
Well if one fan failed some test then that must be true and a scientific sample for any research hahaha
If you don't buy molton brown, why are you commenting or even reading this post?
erm because I have an opinion. just because it is not the same as yours. it is proving that there is no difference apart from the brand name and the source of the ingredients. if you are prepared to pay more for that, then more fool you. now if you gave me a bottle of grey goose vs smirnoff and asked me to tell you which is premium, i'd be able to give you the correct answer. or maybe a good bottle of wine vs some cheap stuff.
more like has nothing better to do?
if deal doesn't interest me i scroll past.
you know, if have nothing nice to say, don't say it?
and 1 person is not a legit sample and proves nothing but hey no.
oh so isn't that a bit hypocritical coming from you? if you don't like my comment scroll down and move on... so everything you just said applies to you as well. doh.


no. because i buy their products so this thread is relevant to me
#32
brett1985
AnnaMak
jhyt89
AnnaMak
Well if one fan failed some test then that must be true and a scientific sample for any research hahaha
If you don't buy molton brown, why are you commenting or even reading this post?
erm because I have an opinion. just because it is not the same as yours. it is proving that there is no difference apart from the brand name and the source of the ingredients. if you are prepared to pay more for that, then more fool you. now if you gave me a bottle of grey goose vs smirnoff and asked me to tell you which is premium, i'd be able to give you the correct answer. or maybe a good bottle of wine vs some cheap stuff.
more like has nothing better to do?
if deal doesn't interest me i scroll past.
you know, if have nothing nice to say, don't say it?
and 1 person is not a legit sample and proves nothing but hey no.
This is not about a scientific sample, it is about an anecdote that a alternative which is many times cheaper may be the better product. You are implying that we need a vastly bigger survey when in fact, all we need to do is to visit Aldi and try for ourselves because that is all that matters.


that is called marketing and you just fallen for it ;(
#33
AnnaMak
jhyt89
AnnaMak
jhyt89
AnnaMak
Well if one fan failed some test then that must be true and a scientific sample for any research hahaha
If you don't buy molton brown, why are you commenting or even reading this post?
erm because I have an opinion. just because it is not the same as yours. it is proving that there is no difference apart from the brand name and the source of the ingredients. if you are prepared to pay more for that, then more fool you. now if you gave me a bottle of grey goose vs smirnoff and asked me to tell you which is premium, i'd be able to give you the correct answer. or maybe a good bottle of wine vs some cheap stuff.
more like has nothing better to do?
if deal doesn't interest me i scroll past.
you know, if have nothing nice to say, don't say it?
and 1 person is not a legit sample and proves nothing but hey no.
oh so isn't that a bit hypocritical coming from you? if you don't like my comment scroll down and move on... so everything you just said applies to you as well. doh.
no. because i buy their products so this thread is relevant to me

but the original comment isn't relevant to you as it was not addressed to you. so you admit you are a hypocrite yes?

Edited By: jhyt89 on Dec 26, 2016 14:18
#34
http://theinfosphere.org/images/7/78/Molten_Boron.jpg
#35
AnnaMak
brett1985
AnnaMak
jhyt89
AnnaMak
Well if one fan failed some test then that must be true and a scientific sample for any research hahaha
If you don't buy molton brown, why are you commenting or even reading this post?
erm because I have an opinion. just because it is not the same as yours. it is proving that there is no difference apart from the brand name and the source of the ingredients. if you are prepared to pay more for that, then more fool you. now if you gave me a bottle of grey goose vs smirnoff and asked me to tell you which is premium, i'd be able to give you the correct answer. or maybe a good bottle of wine vs some cheap stuff.
more like has nothing better to do?
if deal doesn't interest me i scroll past.
you know, if have nothing nice to say, don't say it?
and 1 person is not a legit sample and proves nothing but hey no.
This is not about a scientific sample, it is about an anecdote that a alternative which is many times cheaper may be the better product. You are implying that we need a vastly bigger survey when in fact, all we need to do is to visit Aldi and try for ourselves because that is all that matters.
that is called marketing and you just fallen for it ;(

You make such a fuss. Falling for marketing of a handwash? The financial loss will cripple me.
#36
I was given a selection of Molton Brown products for my 16th Birthday and immediately became a customer - I'm now 30 and still continue to purchase them because I personally find their products to be of a fantastic quality, a little goes a long way which makes them extremely long-lasting, including the length of time the fragrance stays on your skin.

As with any company there is always going to be a considerable mark-up , and of course this extends to Molton Brown. I know people who work for the company and while I won't say how much it costs them to produce the average full-size bottle of body wash including packaging, I will say it shocked me - but that hasn't prevented me from being a customer (even with outlet prices and additional discount).
#37
PrincessJellybean
jhyt89
apocalypsenow
£26 for handwash ?oO
Ridiculous.
I know right. this stuff is £1 from poundland but premium because of the design of the bottle. they could literally sell you scented faeces.
Clearly written by someone who has never used Molton Brown products. (_;)
Molton Brown products are nothing like anything sold in a poundshop.
They are a British Company producing quality products from quality ingredients which have never been tested on animals.
With Molton Brown it is a case of you get what you pay for, they use quality ingredients and this is evident in their products.
Yes, as an everyday product they are out of reach for many; including myself,
but i buy their gift sets for others, and occasionally treat myself to their Orange and Bergamont Hand Lotion; which i can wholeheartedly recommend.
Don't judge something you clearly know nothing about.

And clearly written with bias?
I was tempted to buy until I saw a recent programme which a buyer of this stuff had his contents switched but the bottle remained the same. Not surprisingly he liked the Molton brown which was just a poundshop liquid and he hates the poundshop contents which actually was Molton brown.
He was also tempted by a third brand which the producers made using an Internet receipt.

Think logically, this is £26, you aren't washing your hands with gold flakes.
#38
ACIDFORUMS
PrincessJellybean
jhyt89
apocalypsenow
£26 for handwash ?oO
Ridiculous.
I know right. this stuff is £1 from poundland but premium because of the design of the bottle. they could literally sell you scented faeces.
Clearly written by someone who has never used Molton Brown products. (_;)
Molton Brown products are nothing like anything sold in a poundshop.
They are a British Company producing quality products from quality ingredients which have never been tested on animals.
With Molton Brown it is a case of you get what you pay for, they use quality ingredients and this is evident in their products.
Yes, as an everyday product they are out of reach for many; including myself,
but i buy their gift sets for others, and occasionally treat myself to their Orange and Bergamont Hand Lotion; which i can wholeheartedly recommend.
Don't judge something you clearly know nothing about.
And clearly written with bias?
I was tempted to buy until I saw a recent programme which a buyer of this stuff had his contents switched but the bottle remained the same. Not surprisingly he liked the Molton brown which was just a poundshop liquid and he hates the poundshop contents which actually was Molton brown.
He was also tempted by a third brand which the producers made using an Internet receipt.
Think logically, this is £26, you aren't washing your hands with gold flakes.
Oh my stars...... Written with bias?.... What bias.....
I have no bias except for 40+ years of using toiletries which have included Molton Brown.
Your so hung up on the price... you can also buy a £1 perfume from a poundshop so would you also criticise those who spend £20+ on their favourite scent?
I clearly said that I cannot afford to buy Molton Brown products as my regular choice.
If I choose to 'occasionally' treat myself to a fancy hand lotion, or treat a friend to a fancy gift set what does it matter?
As for thinking logically as you put it, Im a 40 something year old woman who is too poorly to do most things other people take granted, so if i want to spend a few quid to make my hands smell nice, and feel soft i will!
For the record... my daily handwash is from Method and costs about £2.
#39
Method ahh that explains it

Also no I don't buy cheap aftershave!
#40
£26 for a shower gel ... MB is the Apple of the body wash world.

Other products do pretty much the same thing for a fraction of the price, but the packaging isn't as smart.

Used to buy this stuff (esp black pepper body wash) but realised its really not worth the money - rather have 26 bottles of Natural Source stuff instead.

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