out of stock L'Oreal Men Expert Shower Gel Range 300ml $3 + Delivery (Free with Prime/ $49 Spend) @ Amazon AU

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These shower gels are back on sale and cheaper than last time, however Hydra Sensitive and Energetic are not on sale this time round.

Currently selling for $5.95 at Priceline

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  • +1 vote

    this or my personal $4 thankyou soap bar

  • -3 votes

    Made in India

  • +6 votes

    Expert Shower Gel

    Does it come with instructions?

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    No minimum order quantity

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    Is it ever half price at coles or woolies? Would be cheaper

  • +4 votes

    It dispatches 1 to 2 months. Sausage will be sizzled by then. I will give it a miss.

    • +1 vote

      In my experience the dispatch estimate is just that, an estimate. I've received products 2 weeks after I purchased it when it's stated 2-3 months.

  • -1 vote

    FYI…I have added all four in my cart and it is showing free delivery to Melbourne Metro

  • -2 votes

    My bad!!! I do have prime.

  • +9 votes

    How come there's no L'Oréal Women Expert? Oh wait, no one can figure them out lol

    • +1 vote

      Brainwashed males take claims of competence in diluted soap as a sign of their own attractivess because they consume marketing like dummies.

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    ohhhhhhhhhhh Citrus wood this will make me attractive to the ladies.

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    Waiting for your next face mask deal Clear :)

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    Much better than dove? 1 litre dove normal price is $9.99 and cheaper when Priceline having specials.

  • -2 votes

    Before you all go loading up on this purchase, it's worth noting the following.

    Sodium Laureth Sulfate (SLS) is found in many shower gels, including L'OREAL PARIS Men Expert Clean Power Citrus Wood Shower Gel, as a cleanser.

    Although it originates from coconuts, the manufacturing process causes SLS to be contaminated with the byproduct 1,4 dioxane.

    Dioxane is 'possibly carcinogenic to humans' and may cause toxicity of the liver, kidneys and central nervous system, according to the US federal agency National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health.

    The EWG rates SLS as a 'moderate hazard', with research by the University of Bath also linking it to skin irritation.

    SLS is thought to disrupt the natural oils that maintain the skin's barrier function. This could reduce skin's ability to keep dangerous substances out, which may trigger eczema.

    Key point is here…. carcinogenic! Just so we're all clear that means…. having the potential to cause cancer.

    Stay safe people xx

    • +1 vote

      I don't actually believe these claims given the number of people that use these products in the world and usually find that multi-level marketing companies like to impress people with such claims to sell their usually overpriced products.
      (I am not accusing you of this).

      But I am open to better alternatives that are effective and don't gush marketing puff.

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        A bar of soap.

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        Appreciate you stating that you're not accusing me. :-)

        Not sure where the marketing puff is… Dioxane is 'possibly carcinogenic to humans' and may cause toxicity of the liver, kidneys and central nervous system, according to the US federal agency National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health.

        Please watch a very good Netflix documentary called Stink! i believe this will give you the education you seek.

        "I don't actually believe these claims given the number of people that use these products in the world" why do you think so many people around the world are getting cancer? It used to be cigarettes that gave us cancer… Now it apparent that the chemicals and perfumes in so many of the products we use everyday are giving us cancer.

        I am not trying to sell anything here. Just thought I have a duty to pass on my knowledge like so many others do here which i have found so useful since my time here at OZBargin. Most of the time it's solid technical information and product reviews. I know this is a little different. LOL

        Here's some other useful information if you wish…
        Pantene Pro-V Classic Clean Shampoo claims it will give you healthy-looking, shiny hair. But it contains parfum which could cover literally hundreds of undisclosed chemicals

        But, like many products, it lists 'parfum' as an ingredient. Parfum, or fragrance, is known as an 'umbrella ingredient' as it can cover literally hundreds of undisclosed chemicals.

        Rather than having to list each scent on a product's label, cosmetic manufacturers can put them all under the term fragrance - leaving a user with no idea what they are actually putting on their skin.

        These scents are taken from a list of around 4,000 ingredients from the International Fragrance Association.

        A study released earlier this year by Breast Cancer Prevention Partners found there were 338 fragrance chemicals lurking in 25 personal care products, of which three quarters were linked to chronic health concerns.

        California's National Toxicology Program, which is run by the state's Department of Health and Human Services, even lists many of these 4,000 ingredients as being cancer causing.

        Proprietary rights mean it is unclear exactly what Pantene Classic Clean or other fragrance-containing products are made up of. However, perfumes tested in the lab often contain hormone-disrupting chemicals known as phthalaes.

        Phthalaes are added to fragrances to make the scent last longer on the skin and, like parabens, they mimic oestrogen and could cause the same health concerns.

        Dr Pollack warned: 'Phthlates are stabilisers for fragrance so they don’t show up in the ingredient list.'

  • +1 vote

    Got this @ $2.90 from Chemist warehouse (price beat)

    • +3 votes

      $2.79 if you used SB with Prime :P But a CW price beat gets you it straight away ;)

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    Got this for free with Amazon (price error)

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