Vitamin E Moisture Serum by Body Shop : Review

Here at Feminiya, we like a lot of products by The Body Shop. So recently, we laid our hands on the Vitamin E Moisture Serum and totally loved it. Here, we are doing a review for you, hope you find it beneficial and interesting!

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Well, first of all let’s see what the product promises to do- It refines and smoothes your skin, protects you from various harmful elements in the environment, as well as from premature aging. Rice bran oil and wheat germ oil condition, nourish, and moisturize the skin. It is great for daily use.

Key ingredient- vitamin E

Other ingredients: water, glycerin, honey, propylene glycol, germ oil, sodium hydroxide, benzyl benzoate, among other things.

The serum is packaged in a transparent bottle, which has a pump dispenser, thereby making it easier to dispense the correct amount. It is white in color and flows like a smooth gel. Since it is totally lightweight, it sinks fast and with ease. Also, right after you apply, it gives a cool feeling to your skin.

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The moisturizer is good for oily/combination skin. It keeps your skin more hydrated and less clogged. It also does not add too much oil to your skin and makes moisturizer absorption easy. It is non-greasy, and Tara bush seed extract promotes immediate hydration. It is user-friendly to sensitive skin, and helps in fighting the dry skin and flakiness.

The Vitamin E Moisture Serum is supposed to be used pre-moisturization, or as an aid to your routine moisturizer, which gives your skin an extra boost. It plumps the skin and makes the appearance of wrinkles and fine lines less visible. Also, the pump dispenser packaging is super hygienic and easy to handle.

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The drawback of the serum is that it is quite pricey. You need to shell out a considerable sum of money for a not-so-large bottle. Also, the fragrance is okay-ish! And of course, if you have a very dry skin, the Vitamin E Moisture Serum will not be enough for you. But you can definitely use it as an add-on!

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