The Body Shop Vitamin E Moisture Cream Review

With winters being at its peak, we need to take extra care of our skin. Protecting your face against the harsh cold winds and keeping it well moisturised should be on top of your skincare routine. Vitamin E is known to be a magic ingredient for the skin. It hydrates and moisturises to give your skin a natural radiant glow. The Body Shop recently re-launched its Vitamin E range. Read below The Body Shop Vitamin E Moisture Cream Review.

The Body Shop Vitamin E Moisture Cream Review
Don’t shy away from winters when you have TBS Vitamin E moisture cream.

And considering I am a major TBS loyal and have loved the older Vitamin E range, I couldn’t resist myself from trying some of the products from the new range. Today I’ll be talking about the The Body Shop Vitamin E moisture cream. It was previously known as Vitamin E intense moisture cream.

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The Body Shop Vitamin E Moisture Cream price
Give your skin the goodness of Vitamin E!

 

The Body Shop Vitamin E Moisture Cream Review

This lightweight facial moisturiser protects and locks in moisture for all day hydration. The cream is suitable for all skin types. The best part about the cream is the lightweight mousse like texture. It gets absorbed very easily without leaving your skin feeling greasy.

  • Packaging

The entire Vitamin E range has been aesthetically packed in pastel pink containers. The Vitamin E cream comes in a small plastic tub packaging. Every time you have to dip your fingers in, which can be a little messy, and that’s why I personally prefer pump packaging. But then we don’t have a choice here. It is compact and handy so you can easily slip it in your make-up pouch or your sling bag as well.

The Body Shop Vitamin E Moisture Cream
Say hello to soft supple skin with this light and fluffy cream.
  • Fragrance

If you’re a 90s kid then the pleasant cold cream kind of fragrance of this cream would fill you with nostalgia. It reminded me of those childhood days when mom used to put the eternal cold cream Charmis to keep my cheeks soft.

The mild floral undertone is surely a bonus. This one’s for all those who don’t like strong overpowering fragrances. If you have used the older version, you’ll feel the fragrance to be slightly different.

  • Formulation

It is light and creamy yet highly moisturising. You need to gently blend it into your skin and it’ll work its magic. Use it regularly and you’ll feel your skin becoming soft and supple.

The Body Shop Vitamin E Moisture Cream Review
Pink Magic!

Compared to the older version of the cream, this formulation is slightly thicker. Whether you have oily skin, normal skin, or combination skin, you don’t need to think twice before buying it. It won’t clog your pores and would give intensive hydration at the same time.

During the hotter months it can be slightly thicker for ones with oily skin type, but if you have dry skin or normal skin then this baby would be a boon all year long.

Price – Rs 995/- for 50ml

There is a Vitamin E night cream, toner, and serum in the range. You can use them together for enhanced protection and better results.

If you are in search for a new facial moisturiser, then The Body Shop Vitamin E moisture cream is a good option. It isn’t that expensive and works well, so you won’t regret investing your money.

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Kritika Manchanda is an author of a fiction novel – ‘December Breeze’ and a Features Writer at Let’s Expresso. In addition to being a lifestyle and travel blogger, she is an ardent reader and a crazy dog girl!
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