Friday, 9 May 2014

The Body Shop Raspberry Eau De Toilette

 For many people, it's Lush, but for me, I can't seem to walk past The Body Shop without going in and having a look around!
I'm a huge fan of the raspberry scent having tried the raspberry body butter while it was in stores last year and absolutely falling in love with it.
For some reason it left stores for a while, I'm not sure why but it's back and holy moly, I'm glad because it is definitely my favourite scent of all time!

I thought I'd go for something other than the body butters this time because I've got an abundance of them and I sometimes have to stop myself from just picking them up anyway!
I picked up the 'Early-harvest raspberry eau de toilette' instead.

If you haven't smelled the raspberry scent yet then I honestly urge you to just get up right now and go and find it.
The first thing I likened it to when I opened my body butter last year was Petits Filous or fromage frais or you know, just the creamy yoghurts that you have in a lunch box!
I was so excited at the prospect of smelling like Petits Filous everyday! (it's the little things that excite me obviously) and the eau de toilette is simply an easier way for me to do it!

It's a fresh, fruity almost zingy scent which is perfect for the spring and summer. Obviously it doesn't last as long as an eau de parfum but I don't mind just spritzing a bit on every now and again when I need it.
At £8.50 for 30ml I think it's a lovely product and at the moment, The Body Shop have a 'buy one get one half price' offer on so I got two for around £12 which is an absolute bargain and means I don't have to worry about there being a day where I WON'T smell like Petits Filous.

I also really love the tiny pink bottle that this is in... perfect for throwing in my bag for throughout the day and the pink is a really nice touch.

I honestly urge you to go and give this a sniff if you haven't already - I guarantee you'll love it!

What's your favourite scent from The Body Shop?

Thanks for reading,
Kirsten x

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