Mum, Head to Toe: Say hello to your new shower staple
Love to glow? Drench your body in a luxurious, shimmering lather that nourishes skin and leaves a long-lasting scent of almond, golden amber and Australian sandalwood. (Photo:

While body-care products have often been viewed as hygiene necessity rather than indulgence, that changed during the pandemic. It's safe to say that the post-pandemic era has ushered in a newfound love for skincare trends and these days it's all about multi-purpose products that cleanse and nourish at the same time.

Say hello to your new shower staple: Tree Hut's new foaming gel washes which deliver a luscious lather for a fun, bubbly shower experience, and include a hydrating oil complex to help keep the skin's microbiome (a fancy word for the full array of microorganisms that live on in humans) feeling soft and refreshed.

Skincare-infused shower gels formulated with hydrating ingredients are definitely the way to go! So, give your skin a hint of golden goodness with the Tropic Glow scent, or enliven your shower routine with bright, summery scents of Coco Colada, Pineapple, and Watermelon. Brighten and tone skin with the glow-boosting scent of Vitamin C, or pamper and indulge in Moroccan Rose.

Whether you choose one or buy them all, the line of Tree Hut Foaming Gel washes are sure to leave skin feeling soft, smooth and glowing.

Inspired by a freshly juiced burst of tropical fruit with key notes of sparkling pineapple, lemon, and sugarcane, the pineapple foaming gel wash is a top pick for many. (Photo:
Refresh your shower routine with Tree Hut Foaming Gel Wash in skin-quenching scents of Vitamin C, Watermelon, Moroccan Rose, and Coco Colada. (Photo:

Tree Hut products are distributed locally by Medical Disposables & Supplies Limited (MDS) and are available at pharmacies and beauty supply stores islandwide.

Address: 83 Hagley Park Rd, Kingston

Phone: (876) 906-9994


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