The Body Shop Vitamin C Glow Boosting Moisturiser [I really wanted this product to work but alas the universe is against me. It is a citrus-scented moisturiser that absorbs easily and suppose to make the skin feel plumper. Unfortunately this make my skin "glow" in a bad way. Rather than plumping the skin, it makes my T-zone oilier than normal. Also, it seems to aggravate my sensitive skin which resulted in tiny white bumps. Definitely not for me.]
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The Body Shop Camomile Sumptuous Cleansing Butter [If you are sensitive to Shea Butter (i.e., it breaks you out), this is not for you. I really wanted to like this. I like the packaging because it is more convenient to carry a solid makeup remover/cleanser than an oil-based/liquid ones. It does the job well enough. Unfortunately, it's not for me. My skin doesn't like the Shea Butter in it. Even after I follow this with a non-oil-based cleanser as a second cleanse. I like the oil version…
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Vanilla Body Mist | The Body Shop ® I also have the EDT, but I think the body mist smells better. Probably the best vanilla scent that's readily available. It smells a bit "scented candle," but it's still a great vanilla, and it's only vanilla and nothing else.
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