Foam products are always fun. So, I thought L'Occitane's Shea Butter Whipped Shower Foam would be a mature way to tap into a childhood delight: the bubble bath.

L'Occitane's  Shea Butter Whipped Shower Foam's scent suffers from my recollection of it smelling better at the counter than when I actually used it. That's not to say it doesn't smell good at all (it actual smells like Johnson & Johnson baby products); it's just not as scrumptious as I remembered.

I generally have a "burning love" L'Occintane products, but the Shea Butter Whipped Shower Foam has those fires burning cold. I have to use about eight pumps to get a lather that I'm comfortable with, and even then, I'm left wanting. Also, my skin doesn't feel all that clean, and just overall blah.

Finally, (and this is entirely my fault for not paying attention while I had my nose in the product), the bottle only contains 150ml/5.1 fl.oz. and retails for 2,700 yen. So, if you take into account the eight pumps I have to use per shower (and I bathe twice a day), then factor in Aki using it as well (add another two showers per day), and, seven days post-purchase, I'm already close to the halfway mark, I'd say this product is very pricey.

If you've tried  L'Occitane's Shea Butter Whipped Shower Foam, I'd like to know if it was a hit or miss for you. 

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