Shower Gel Recommendations

I used to buy Tesco's own Revitalising Sea Minerals shower gel for my husband. It was 90p for 500ml but they seem to have stopped selling it.

Does anyone know of any good cheap shower gel from anywhere else?

Thanks

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  • maman
    maman Posts: 28,365
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    SuzieSue wrote: »
    I used to buy Tesco's own Revitalising Sea Minerals shower gel for my husband. It was 90p for 500ml but they seem to have stopped selling it.

    Does anyone know of any good cheap shower gel from anywhere else?

    Thanks


    Plenty of choices in the £ shops. Although the stock varies, I've been buying one in the Simple range with mint oil. It's a clean refreshing smell.


    Currently using Radox, various perfumes, from Superdrug.
  • VfM4meplse
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    Branded from Poundland, always. The Imperial Leather is 500ml (marked 100% extra free) and comes in a pinky-orange or bluey-green. Both smell pleasant.
    Value-for-money-for-me-puhleeze!

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  • System
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    Superdrug's own - very similar to Original Source is sometimes 2 for £1.50. Some blokey/unisex smells.
  • DUKE
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    I've been on lemon or lime Original Source for some years since getting a free sample from off here. I wont pay any more than £1 for 250ml.

    Also recently tried the Cien lemon or lime from Lidl, not so thick as OS but only 69p for 250ml.
  • bellaboo86
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    I actually have been buying a body shop one because I find the cheaper ones are so thin that you end up using more.
  • pakokelso93
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    Any shower gel from Lidl or Aldi is fab! Same with their Shampoo/Conditioner.

    Cien is Lidls, Lacutra (sp?) for Aldi - Mens stuff at 49-55p is superb and even their both 33p cheapest stuff is great all the way through to their own versions of Original Source at 69p-ish.
    PK! :money:
  • MysteryMe
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    If you put a spot of shower gel on a sponge or one of those nylon ball things and apply to the skin rather than gel direct onto the skin it is surprising how much extra lather you get
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