I recently purchased Yves Rocher Pink Grapefruit Vitamin Face Mist ($5) because you know I don’t have nearly ENOUGH facial mist in my life. Yeah, so if it was a toss up between facial mists and hand soaps I’d have to say I hoarded both like they are never going to be made again.
One of my skincare staples is facial mist! I love really hydrating mists to prep my skin for my other skincare. I don’t typically set with facial mists but I do use them to prep my skin so after a shower I’m misting away or in the evening after removing my makeup the first thing I do after a cleanse is mist.
Yves Rocher Bronzing Powder ($10) is a cute, inexpensive bronzer disc that launched with the Yves Rocher Summer 2014 Makeup Collection. I’ll be mad at you if you haven’t tried the Summer 2014 Lipglosses! They are divine and quite cheap! If you haven’t now you can snag them along with the Bronzing Powder for your Summer looks!
Yves Rocher Bronzing Powder comes house in a colorful yellow compact. Thank god it isn’t the size of a CD. I swear those monster size bronzer discs overwhelm this girl!
Yves Rocher has a delightful Summer 2014 Collection inspired by the Mediterranean Sea that launches this June on their website. Along with the collection they’ll be three limited edition Yves Rocher Summer 2014 Gloss shades available at a cheap thrill price of five bucks each.
Totally loving these cute Summer-y budget Yve Rocher Gloss colors!
Take a look!
I should up my review of Yves Rocher Vanilla Eau de Toilette by saying I’m not a vanilla fan girl. I sister loves the note and many of her fragrances her vanilla based but me…I dunno, I’m not really into it. Put it into a sugar cookie scented fragrance mist or some sort of vanilla cake perfume and I’d be on it but just a single note of vanilla? Naa…just not into it.
But Yves Rocher Vanilla Eau de Toilette can easily convert anyone plus did I mention it is merely six dollars?
Yves Rocher Cocoa & Orange Hand Cream ($3.50) is one of three limited edition hand creams that Yves Rocher launched for Holiday 2013 with their traditional Cacaco Collection.
And yes, it does smell like a chocolate orange
Chocolate Oranges, as far as I’m concerned, were made in hell. Crowley possibly had something to do with their creation but this hand cream, this is addicting!