Perk up your skin with this caffeine-fuelled massage bar. Whole coffee beans will help to boost circulation, whilst coconut and jojoba oils hydrate and nourish the skin. The rich coffee aroma is sure to stimulate your senses and leave you bright, alert and smelling amazing.
Melt warning: this product is made with ingredients that allow it to soften around body temperature. During hot spells, it may melt. If you have any concerns please contact Customer Care.
About 4 years ago
This massage bar is awesome. It smells amazing and melts straight onto your skin, leaving it super soft. Also because it's a bar, it makes moisturising really quick and easy (which helps if you're like me and sometimes can't be bothered!)
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Run For The Quiet
About 6 years ago
Percup is not a soap.
It’s a massage bar. It’s a beautiful chunk of fair Trade Organic Cocoa Butter & Fair Trade Shea Butter blended with some gorgeous ingredients. The massage bars melt surprisingly quickly in your hands, even my perpetually cold hands, and you can use it for massage (and they do in Lush Spas) or, as I did with this, use it after the shower (or bath) as a really great body lotion.
About 4 years ago
Buy two as once you have used this up you will wish you had a spare one.
I waited for this as I have alot of moisturiser. Someone bought it me as I asked for it as a gift. I wish everyone used this as the smell is fantastic. Even if you moisturise with this then wriggle into your clothes asap all it will do is leave the scent on your clothes. It is a unisex smell and even if you do not like coffee I would still recommend it. It does not smell exactly like coffee.
3 years ago
About 3 years ago
Bought this to use on my partner who has a lot of back trouble - it's a nice smoky, coffee scent, warms up quickly, glides on easy and doesn't dry up to fast - so for massage it's actually pretty good. My only complaint is though coffee beans are quite rough, and when you work your way down past half the bar's thickness, there isn't really a way to use it that doesn't involve scratchy coffee beans. Having tried massage bars without any solid bits, I think I'd always gravitate toward those in future.
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