The Body Shop have added a brand new product to their popular Vitamin E collection in time for summer. The Body Shop Vitamin E Skin Cooling Gel Mist is the newest skincare launch from The Body Shop and it’s available right here. If you’d like to find out all about this new facial mist, keep on reading…
The Body Shop Vitamin E Skin Cooling Gel Mist
The The Body Shop Vitamin E Skin Cooling Gel Mist is £12 / $10 and contains 57ml / 1.9 fl.oz. which is a really tiny bottle for a skincare facial mist. When I saw the size, I assumed it was a travel mini size but the 57ml is the full size.
“Hydrate on-the-go with our super light, fast-absorbing Vitamin E Skin Cooling Gel Mist. It’s perfect for all skin types. Feels cooling and refreshing. And hydrates and protects your skin with 48hr hydration. Use as your morning moisturiser or spritz whenever you need a speedy little hit of hydration.” – The Body Shop
- Face mist
- 48hr hydration for all skin types
- Skin feels cooled and refreshed
- Super light, gel-to-mist texture
- Non-greasy and fast-absorbing
- Made with raspberry extract
- Dermatologically tested
Spritz evenly over face at a distance with eyes and mouth closed. Gently pat into skin. Wipe excess mist away from eyes and mouth. Feel instant ‘ahhh’. Spritz whenever you need a speedy little hit of super light hydration. Use with our full Vitamin E skincare range for serious levels of daily hydration.
I really like the idea of a cooling mist during the summer, especially if it’s going to hydrate and refresh the skin. The Body Shop Vitamin E Skin Cooling Gel Mist is pricey for how much product you get, but the small bottle size is ideal for throwing in your handbag, and I can only imagine how amazing it’d be if it was kept in the fridge prior to use for an even more intense cooling effect during the warmer months.
BUY HERE: The Body Shop / ULTA
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