As part of ‘all change at The Body Shop’, from what I’ve seen so far, The Body Shop Oils Of Life are the newbies to get excited about. Focussing on oils taken from seeds (rosehip, camellia and black cumin), it’s positioned for a more mature consumer that’s looking for skin care that’s up a level. By more mature, I don’t neccessarily mean ‘older’, but more women looking more seriously at their skin care regime. What’s also quite interesting is that The Body Shop Oils Of Life range is taking some heavy references from Asian influences with a ‘lotion’ alongside a gel-cream and a revitalizing cream.The Body Shop Oils Of Life
I’ve tried the Intensely Revitalizing Facial Oil and it’s an absolute pleasure to use. Actually, it’s easily light enough to use as a day oil – I put it on first thing this morning – and that’s a new trend with oils across the board to make them lighter, and move away from the heavier facial oils that leave your face on high beam. I’m a big fan of mixing a little bit of oil in with foundation on ‘dry’ days (and currently, The Body Shop Serum In Oil is my go-to) and it is perfect for this, as well as under your make up or SPF. It’s way too early to give a long-term view, but on first impression, I feel as though I have some very beautiful skin care at my finger tips.
The Body Shop Oils Of Life range launches in September, so a little while to go yet, but I’ve a feeling this range is going to catch everyone’s attention. Oh, and by the way, for anyone wondering whether Body Shop is going to go too serious and get rid of our beloved Tangerine, it’s staying!
Elizabeth Arden Hyaluronic Acid Ceramide Capsules
I’d be prepared to put money down to bet that you won’t have experienced a skin care texture like this before...
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