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REVIEW: St D'Vence Moisturiser - Autumn Edition




Review of St D'Vence Moisturiser - Autumn Edition
St D'Vence Moisturiser - Autumn Edition

Review of St D'Vence Moisturiser - Autumn Edition

(For Dry to Very Dry Skin)


To wear my favorite and the most expensive perfume I own to work or not is a debate I have with myself every morning while I get ready for work. The EDP in question here is the Davidoff Cool Water Sensual Essence, the one that comes in the sensual Golden Brown colored bottle... It is my favorite scent because it not just smells beautiful but also because it smells warm and sensual.

But then the post is not really about the perfume :)
It is about this glorious smelling body moisturiser that eventually ends up winning every single day because it is one of the best smelling bod
St D'Vence Moisturiser, Autumn Edition is a thick body lotion that gets absorbed very easily into the skin. It is non-greasy and very hydrating. It is perfect for dry skin and is great for dry winters.
y I have come across till date. Simply put, the St D'Vence Moisturiser, Autumn Edition smells divine...





Price of St D'Vence Moisturiser - Autumn Edition

It costs INR 275/- for 150 ml.



The first thing I noticed about this body moisturiser when I received it in my mail was how thick it looked. Pune gets super dry during the Winters, irrespective of temperatures dropping and hence I was looking forward to trying this baby out. I planned to test it against TBS Body Butters and see if this bottle of St D'Vence goodness held any candle to my Holy Grail body butters...

The second thing I noticed about this moisturiser was its fragrance. At first it seemed pretty strong but once I had it on my body it felt like just the right amount of intensity. The fact that the fragrance stays on for almost a whole work day is something I love about it.

St D'Vence Moisturiser, Autumn Edition is a thick body lotion that gets absorbed very easily into the skin. It is non-greasy and very hydrating. It is perfect for dry skin and is great for dry winters. It is a 100% vegetarian product and contains some fabulous ingredients like Argan, Almond, Jajoba, Olive and Coconut oils.


Pros
1. Deeply hydrating and long lasting moisturisation
2. 100% Vegan
3. Impressive ingredient list
4. Smells divine and has a long lasting fragrance
5. Easily available online at amazon.in

Cons
1. Its a little pricey when compared to drugstore body lotions
2. The fragrance could be a little strong for some.

Overall Rating:
8/10

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  2. Hey. A nice read. Would u say it's good enough to replace the TBS body butters then 😊😊? Good to hear of this brand, didn't know of it until now.

    P.S. merry Christmas 🌲🎁🎅

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  3. @Pooja, I wont say that they can replace the TBS Body Butters (I am an addict) but they sure are comparable in some aspects :)

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