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REVIEW: The Body Shop Nutriganics Smoothing Serum





The Body Shop Nutriganics Smoothing Serum Review

 

REVIEW: The Body Shop Nutriganics Smoothing Serum


Have you ever bought something on a whim? Have you ever bought something without giving it much thought? Have you ever bought something just because you were tempted to? Yeah so I bought this TBS Nutriganics Smoothing Serum on one such occasion. I bought it because it was on a 50% discount sale...





The Body Shop Nutriganics range is for the First Signs of Aging and I already have used the eye cream as well as the Softening Cleansing Gel Oil from the range.

This smoothing serum is exactly what it is called. Its a facial serum that you are to apply under your moisturiser or sunscreen. No it cannot be replaced for a moisturiser.
I work in an AC environment the whole day and Pune as a city is really dry so my dry skin is always ailing with either dry patches or a stretchy feeling all day. The Body Shop Nutriganics Smoothing Serum has really helped me with this. It is very hydrating and when i wear it under my moisturiser, my skin doesn't feel itchy or stretchy the whole day. It's made my skin supple and smooth all over again...

The Body Shop Nutriganics Smoothing Serum Review



Price of The Body Shop Nutriganics Smoothing Serum

It costs INR 1995/-

The smoothing serum doesn't really have a fragrance per se. It just subtly smells of green leaves and foliage, if it even makes any sense :) It comes with a pump dispenser and hence it very hygienic and makes it very easy to control the amount of product dispensed.

Texture wise it is a runny milky liquid and a little product goes a long way. It easily spreads and gets absorbed into the skin without leaving any annoying oily residue behind.

Overall Rating:
9/10

Recommendation:
If you have dry or combination skin and are in your late 20s then this is something that you must try. Its an excellent product.


Also see...

Video Review of The Body Shop Nutriganics Softening Cleansing Gel Oil



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