The Body Shop Vanilla Body Mist Review


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The Body Shop Vanilla Body Mist Review

Hi,

I am back with more TBS stuff 😛  I did a haul from there recently and haven’t reviewed it all yet, so here goes! I love the new packaging of the TBS products, it’s very classy and minimalistic. During the current sale, I noticed they had a lot of new body mists in different scents – Strawberry, Coconut, Satsuma, Moringa and so many others.  Vanilla is one scent that I love in most perfumes.  I am not a very floral or fruity perfumes kind of person, so vanilla and musk and other spicy notes are usually the things I look for when buying a perfume or body mist. When I saw that TBS had it, I naturally decided to buy it, and after trying it on, I was convinced.

The Body Shop Vanilla Body Mist Review

The packaging is very classy, it comes in a glass bottle with a simple mist dispenser and a silver cap. The beautiful vanilla flower is printed on the bottle, with the ingredient list at the back.

Price:

Rs. 645/- for 100 ml (US 3.3 fl. Oz.)

It sprays a very fine mist and can be used lightly if you are going to work and a little more liberally if it’s a casual day out. The effect is sweet, yet spicy, and very warm. Would be good for an evening out. The vanilla essence is very concentrated in this body mist, so it’s good for those who love its scent.

The ingredients list is as follows:

Body Mist

What I love about this body mist is that the vanilla part of it is pretty strong, but the overall effect when you wear it is subtle, and it smells divine. Vanilla has been known for its calming and de-stressing effects and is also supposed to be rather, ahem, alluring 😀 so many good things in one!

It also lasts very well. I spritzed it on at around 6 pm, it’s almost 1 am as I write this, but there are still traces of it. It’s an easy-to-use bottle, no fancy stuff.

So far, I love this body mist.  It works when you need just the right amount of fragrance to feel feminine and fresh. The only disadvantage I can see is that the bottle is made of glass, so you’d have to be extra careful, especially while travelling.

TBS Vanilla

Pros of The Body Shop Vanilla Body Mist:

  • Lovely vanilla fragrance.
  • Not too overpowering.
  • Sprays just the right amount.

Cons of The Body Shop Vanilla Body Mist:

  • Frankly, can’t think of any other than the glass packaging!

Would I Repurchase The Body Shop Vanilla Body Mist?

Of course!

IMBB Rating:

5/5 :* :* :*

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15 thoughts on “The Body Shop Vanilla Body Mist Review

  1. Wow. I love vanilla. I so want to buy this. I got a vanilla perfume from france but I dont use it much worrying it will finish 😛 will try this for sure. Glad you shared it 🙂

  2. Ooooh! I’ve seen the Body Mist in Satsuma and Strawberry but never spotted this one. It sounds so divine especially since I am a sucker for vanilla fragrance. 😀 Thankee for the review. Will look for it when I next visit TBS.

      1. I don’t like the Moringa range so I almost mistook this for that. Thankfully I found out what it really is when I sprayed it on 😀 I looove vanilla in like..every perfume/body lotion I own haha.

  3. i loooved the packaging.. thought not too practical for travelling but it looks super awesome. i dunno why i never end up buying a body mist form tbs. 🙁 i must. and vanilla fragrance sounds awesome in a naughty way. hihih

    1. I know what you mean Rati 😛 😛 buy itttt you won’t regret it 🙂 I wrapped it in the TBS paper bag thingy itself when I brought it back here (had bought it in Citywalk) so it stayed safe in my luggage!

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