Inexpensive Facial Moisturizer, You Need It: The Body Shop Originals The Body Shop Carrot Moisture Cream Review
Think of 11 products, all priced to own at $8.99 (or 3 for $20) think of great formulas, think inexpensive, think something wonderful…got that all? Now think of The Body Shop Originals Collection which consists of 11 fabulous products traveled back in time from the 80’s and available for a limited time at your local Body Shop.
Can I hear a likey please?
The Muse has been testing out The Body Shop Originals Collection this past week and I’m duly impressed. You so need an affordable moisturizer in your life right? Who wants to spend $30, $40, even $50 bucks when you can shell out under ten and grab yourself a jar of The Body Shop Carrot Moisture Cream and call it a day.
Absolutely loves it!
This stuff is divine, what do you mean it’s only around for a limited time? Bring it back Body Shop and keep it back! I need to know I’ll always have an endless supple on hand.
This is a creamy hydrating facial moisturizer that smells very fresh (not of carrots). It nourishes your skin while offering protection from the colder air in a non-greasy formula that you can use daily to supply hydration and moisture to dry skin. It’s meant for all skin types but I’m unsure how it’ll suit oily types however normal and dry skin users will love it. It absorbs so easily and leaves my skin feeling so soft and supply after. My face literally drinks it up! It just blends right in, sinking in and absorbing in a snap! It leaves my skin feeling fresh, moist, and ever so slightly dewy.
Beautiful stuff and well worth it’s $8.99 price tag!
Overall, I’m saying you can’t get a cheaper moisturizer. If you’re on a budget and you’re seeking the best, I’d go with The Body Shop Carrot Moisture Cream, truly impressed with this stuff and deem it worthy of a haul.
Total Muse Approval for purchase.
Likey very much!
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