Here's a bit more info on both:
Yes, everyone's probably familiar with L'Occitane's Almond Shower Oil, but that doesn't mean I can't rave about it. This is, without a doubt, my Holy Grail when it comes to body washes. Upon contact with water, the oil becomes a silky soft foam. It is a truly luxurious product with the most gorgeous delicate almond scent. This shower oil is, without a doubt, the most moisturising body wash I have ever used. I do not have to worry about using a body cream afterwards as, quite simply, there is no need for it. My skin is left very comfortable, very soft and very hydrated. Oh, and the fresh almond scent lingers for a couple of hours (on skin) which is excellent. Can not get enough of it! At £16.50 this may seem expensive, but I find it to be quite reasonably priced. I am willing to pay this much for such an amazing, skin softening product.
The Almond Supple Skin Oil deserves just as much recognition as the shower oil. I have a few stretch marks on my thighs and this is the ONLY product I have tried that has made them a lot less visible. No kidding! I apply this religiously every morning, after my shower, onto thighs and bum. It moisturises but doesn't feel sticky or greasy and absorbs within a couple of minutes. My skin's left very smooth and supple and, the main thing is, I find, my thighs look a lot better now than they did pre-skin oil. As I said, the stretch marks have faded quite significantly, and my skin feels generally more toned/firm. I have used a few effective body toning creams in the past, but I have never come across a product that is so effective at the whole fading the stretch marks thing! I applaud you, L'Occitane!
This skin oil retails at £29 and, again, I think it is a very fair price. You get 100ml plus it is an oil - a little goes a very long way.
For more on L'Occitane's Almond range - there are more products to choose from! - check out their website.