So, my first article for IMBB was up recently, and that got me all excited and I wanted to write another one. I figured that I would do a product review in case you guys got bored of me ranting on about clothes. I am not really the kind of person that goes all out when it comes to cosmetics, but I really want to share this review on a product I have been using for a while.
What The Body Shop has to say about The Body Shop Vitamin E Face Mist:
“A quick skin pick-me up and excellent for setting make-up. Spritz it on for instant refreshment, moisture, and protection. With a delicate rosewater scent.”
Alright, so basically, The Body Shop doesn’t say much, but I picked up this face mist because I was looking for something to set makeup and give an even finish. Again, I don’t use a compact, foundation or any kind of base 99% of the time. This was more for the days I’d use a concealer under my eyes to wipe out any evidence of those late nights, and blush.
TBS had another Vitamin C face mist as well, but I ended up picking this because of the calm pale pink bottle instead of the orange one (which is weird because I am pretty much obsessed with orange).
It comes in a pale baby pink, reasonable sturdy, plastic bottle with a transparent white cap and nozzle. It looks very relaxing.
INR 620 for a quantity of 3.3 fl oz (100 ml approximately).
My Take on The Body Shop Vitamin E Face Mist:
As far as I can tell, this product is working well for me. I spray it on both sides of my face once I am done with the makeup and it sets well. It softens the look and doesn’t leave any harsh patches. It feels like it melts it all into my skin instead of letting it sit on top. I was a little apprehensive about the smell since I’m not that crazy about rose water, but it’s mild enough to be pleasant. I carry it around in my bag all day and I keep expecting the plastic cap to fall off, but it hasn’t even once so far. All in all, a reasonably good product.
Summing it up:
Pros of The Body Shop Vitamin E Face Mist:
- Works really well for light makeup.
- Smells pleasant.
- It’s refreshing and has vitamin E, making it an excellent pick-me-up for your skin.
- Easy to carry.
Cons of The Body Shop Vitamin E Face Mist:
- May not work as well for heavier makeup.
- The bottle isn’t transparent, so you have no idea how much of the product is left.
- The bottle seems travel friendly so far, but their body mists have exactly the same packaging and their caps do keep falling off.
Would I Repurchase The Body Shop Vitamin E Face Mist ?
I wouldn’t mind, but I’d like to try out their Vitamin C version and M.A.C.’s Fix+ to see if they’re any better.
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