Beauty ‘n Fashion: Rituals – The Ritual of Happy Buddha (part 1)


In May we stayed at the Kurhaus, a luxurious hotel in Scheveningen. In the bathroom we could find heaps of Rituals mini products to use, from the ‘Ritual of Happy Buddha’ range. I tried them out, loved them and went shopping!

The Ritual of Happy Buddha

This is what I could read about ‘The Ritual of Happy Buddha’ on the Rituals website:

‘Inspired by the ancient monk whose legendary smile brought happiness wherever he went, The Ritual of Happy Buddha collection was created to boost body and soul with a burst of positivity. Infused with Sweet Orange and Cedar Wood, every product in the relaunched home and body collection puts a radiant smile on your face. Discover this uplifting collection and spread joy wherever you go and whatever you do.’

Which products did I buy?

  • Foaming Shower Gel
  • Shower Srub
  • Shower Oil
  • Body Cream (more on this next week!)
  • Hair & Body Mist (more on this next week!)



Foaming shower gel:

  • easy to use

Shower scrub:

  • particles aren’t too coarse
  • leaves my skin very soft
  • I always love multi-purpose products: scrubbing whilst showering… ab fab!

Shower oil:

  • hydrating
  • leaves my skin very soft and subtle


  • All these products have a fabulous smell.
  • Very economic in use.
  • Good quality/price ratio.
  • Beautiful packaging.


  • None that I can think of!


I love this new range from Rituals. The smell is absolutely divine and gives me an instant happy feeling 🙂

Love, Kathleen



2 thoughts on “Beauty ‘n Fashion: Rituals – The Ritual of Happy Buddha (part 1)

    1. I hadn’t seen it here before although it might have been in the shop longer than I think… I usually go for the same line at Rituals and don’t mind the others… up until now 😀

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