Affordable Body Care Products Under £10 That I Would Recommend

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In today's post, I’m following on from my affordable skincare under £10 that I would recommend post and I’m sharing some affordable body care products under £10 and would recommend. I’ve got everything from body lotion, body butter, shower gels, body scrubs and more. Some of them have been my go-to products for literally years! 

The Garnier Ultimate Blends Argan Oil Body Lotion RRP £5.99 is a really nice, lightweight body lotion that I happened to discover when I was trying out random beauty products I ordered online and I’ve repurchased it multiple times since. It has a clean but comforting kind of scent which I really like and it sinks in quickly too. I also like that it comes in a pump bottle as it’s easier to use and it tends to be on offer for around £3-4 quite often depending on where you shop. I usually find it on offer on either Amazon or Superdrug the most. 

When I think ‘affordable body butter’ I automatically think of the Soap & Glory The Righteous Butter Body Butter RRP £9.99 as it’s a thick, hydrating body butter that smells like their bestselling Original Pink scent and it also melts into your skin pretty fast for a body butter as well. I’ve been using it for literally years and I can’t recommend it enough!  

For body scrub, I really like the Sunday Rain Body Scrubs RRP £6 and they have a good selection of scents to choose from as well. My favourite Sunday Rain range is the Rose range, which smells lovely. It’s not an old-fashioned powdery rose scent, it’s quite a strong, fresh rose scent which I personally prefer. The scrub itself is quite scrubby and it definitely feels like it’s doing its job when you’re using it. I’m currently using their Açai Berry Body Scrub which is okay but I think the Rose one is nicer. If you haven’t tried anything from Sunday Rain then I would definitely recommend them in general, you can find their products on ASOS and also Superdrug. 

The Soap & Glory Smoothie Star Body Scrub RRP £9.99 has been my go-to body scrub for years now. It smells lovely, kind of maple syrup scent and it’s definitely a scrubby scrub which I prefer. Each tub seems to last me for ages as well. If the maple syrup scent doesn’t sound like your cup of tea then they also have other scrubs to choose from such as Sugar Crush which is citrusy and Flake Away which smells like Original Pink. 

I’ve got two brands to recommend when it comes to affordable shower gel. The first is Nivea as their shower gels always smell lovely, they lather up nicely and the scent tends to linger after your shower. Their Fresh Blends range smells super fruity and comes in a smoothie-like bottle too. I currently have their Apricot, Mango and Rice Milk Shower Gel RRP £3.99* in and I also really like their Diamond and Argan Oil Shower Cream as it’s moisturising and it leaves your skin feeling really smooth and once again, smells lovely. 

The other shower gel range I want to recommend is the Superdrug Fruity Shower Gels RRP £1.79 as sometimes you can find dupes of other scents such as their Candyfloss Shower Gel which is a dupe of the LUSH Snow Fairy Shower Gel. 

I wasn’t sure whether to include fragrances in this post or do a stand-alone post about affordable fragrances, however, I’ve decided because I only have a couple to recommend that are under £10, I would pop my recommendations in this post. 

First of all, I want to recommend Avon for affordable fragrances as they sell a good selection of fragrances that are £10 and under and they also have offers on the ones that are slightly more as well. 

I’ve been using Avon Rare Pearls EDP RRP £10 for a couple of years now and I’m not planning on stopping anytime soon. It’s a kind of classy, delicate floral scent and it has top notes of White Honey, Pepper, Brazilian Rosewood and Plum, middle notes of Magnolia and base notes of Musk, Sandalwood and Patchouli. I always get compliments when I wear it and often asked what it is.

Another affordable fragrance from Avon that I would recommend is the Pur Blanca My Essence EDT RRP £9 which has top notes of Gardenia and Tangerine, middle notes of Tahitian Gardenia, Peony and Jasmine and base notes of Cashmere Wood, Musk and Cedar.

Lastly is footcare and I’ve got to recommend Palmer’s Cocoa Butter Formula Foot Magic RRP £6.99 but it can be found on offer quite often on Amazon and sometimes Superdrug. It’s more of a treatment than a regular lotion as it has a Vaseline-like texture so you do have to pop on either some cotton or fluffy socks once you’ve applied it so it sinks in properly. The Peppermint Oil really helps to soothe tired feet and the balm-like texture keeps your feet nice and moisturised too. 

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  1. Taking care of our skin doesn't have to break the bank, and your recommendations prove just that. It's great to see such a variety of budget-friendly options that deliver effective results. Thanks for sharing these fantastic body care finds that help us pamper ourselves without emptying our wallets!

    Candice x