IF you needed a little pampering as lockdown comes to an end, look no further than Wilko’s new body care range.
The high street store has launched a new six-piece collection, called Kandy Kitten, with each product costing just £2 - with a pack of bath bombs working out to just a quid each.
In the collection is hand cream, bath bombs, bath foam, body lotion, shower gel and a body scrub.
Announcing the range, Wilko’s said: “The Kandy Kitten collection features must-have body care products to help you indulge at home.
“Including delicious body scrubs filled with jojoba oil and vitamin E, nourishing body lotions infused with tasty apricots and jojoba oil and bath foams that leave your skin feeling silky, beautiful and soft.”
The range is a dupe of Soap and Glory, which the popular brand also offering similar shower gels, hand cream and bath bombs.
Near-identical products include The Righteous Butter: Body Butter, which also has vitamin E, will set you back a whopping £10 alone.
Hand food costs as much as £8.50, which bath bombs are £4 a pop, and Clean On Me shower gel is £6.50.
While a body scrub will set you back £7, and a bubble bath is £8, meaning in total you’d end up forking out £44 for six similar products, compared to Wilko’s £12.
Kandy Kitten is available to buy in Wilko’s store and online now.
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