Winner of Best Bodycare Product - Men's Health Grooming Awards 2010 and Best Men's Bodywash/Scrub - Shortlist magazine Men's Grooming Awards 2011, this spicy, rousing bodywash is a modern Molton Brown icon.
- Black peppercorn oil: rich in antioxidants which help to combat skin-damaging free radicals, this spicy oil is also a traditional aphrodisiac.
- Bergamot: gives a bitter citrus note. Around one hundred bergamot oranges make just three ounces of bergamot oil.
- Oakmoss: for a green, woody note.
In the shower - massage across damp skin with hands or sponge, followed by rinsing. In the bath - add 20 to 30mls into warm running water and enjoy.
Follow up with Re-charge Black Pepper Body Hydrator to help lock in moisture. If you want to keep the scent with you through the day, try a spritz of our Black Pepper Eau de Toilette.
Winner of Best Men's Body Wash/Scrub - Shortlist magazine Men's Grooming Awards 2011
Winner of Best Bodycare Product - Men's Health Grooming Awards 2010
Winner of Best Bodycare Product - Men's Health Grooming Awards 2009
Winner of Best Men's Body Wash - Shortlist.com, January 2009
"The runaway winner in the best bodycare category, this spicy body wash is clearly a permanent fixture of gym bags across the land which might have something to do with the fact that this detoxifying gel does exactly what it says on the tin" - Men's Health
"Molton Brown have used black pepper - a superb antiseptic and detoxifier - to create the subtly sexy and deeply warming Re-Charge Black Pepper Body Wash. It's a favourite with men, who find it strangely addictive" - Sunday Express Magazine
"My current favourite bathroom repast is Molton Brown Re-charge Black Pepper Body Wash - I have become instantly addicted. Showering with this stuff is like rubbing down with a wet sandpaper mitten (and I mean that in a good way). It takes you on an aromatic adventure, heightening your senses, reawakening your energy bank and boosting your circulation. Funny, isn't it, that the blurb on the side of the pepper-wash bottle includes 'directions for use' when a serving suggestion would be more appropriate, and states boldly that it is not for human consumption. Believe me, the wholesome combination sounds so yummy, I have actually been tempted to take a swig" - London Evening Standard ES Magazine