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THE BODY SHOP VITAMIN E MOISTURE SLEEPING MASK REVIEW*

 *The Body Shop Vitamin E Moisture Sleeping Mask was gifted to me in exchange for an Instagram post. All opinions are my own. This post also includes affiliate links. 


A product review post? Are you feeling okay Grace? I know, I know it's been forever since I dished out my opinions on some new products but that's because I haven't tried anything recently that's really blown me away - until now. 


A little while back I worked with The Body Shop on an Instagram campaign and was gifted a whole host of goodies which I picked out myself. In amongst my haul was the Vitamin E Moisture Sleeping Mask which would soon become one of the products I reach for the most!


Pink pot of body shop vitamin E sleeping mask with the lid off. the pot is surrounded my sequins and jars of mint.


So what do I think of The Body Shop Vitamin E Moisture Sleeping Mask?


The moisturiser, which is actually an overnight treatment, aims to help "restore and protect skin's optimum moisture level" and so far I can say it's been doing just that. Initially, I did use the Vitamin E Moisture Mask as a nightly treatment every few days as suggested, but it has quickly become my daily moisturiser. I'm not sure it's intended for daily use but it's not oily, makes a great base for my foundation, and as of yet, I haven't had any issues with it.


I did suggest in my initial review of my Body Shop haul that it makes my skin greasy if I overuse it, but as I've been using it daily for quite some time now this hasn't been the case so I can only assume the excess oil was due to something else!


a pot of moisturiser in the center of the image with the lif placed to the side. The pot is surrounded by sequins and jars of mint


One of the things I really like about the moisture mask is its consistency. It's a powder pink, jelly-like cream that does go a long way. I've been using the same 100ml pot for a while now and I've still got a tonne of it left which is ideal when money is tight.


Speaking of £££, The Body Shop Vitamin E Moisture Sleeping Mask will set you back £11 per pot. It's not a dirt-cheap pot, but it's a hell of a lot more affordable than my beloved Clinique Moisture Surge, and it does the same thing. It's basically a mid-range product that I would happily fork out for in the future.


Besides using the sleeping mask on my mush, I've also been using it occasionally on my hands as I suffer from quite bad eczema and I found it helps a lot. This isn't promoted as a product to be used on eczema-prone skin however I noticed my dry patches were looking better after I started applying the moisturizer with my hands, so it made sense to start using it on them too!


a pot of moisturizer shown from above. The pot is surrounded by sequins and jars of mint.


Is there anything I don't like about the Body Shop Vitamin E Moisture Mask? Similar to the comments I made in my Clinique Moisture Surge review, the only issue I have with this is product is that it comes in a pot instead of a tube. I prefer my skincare to be packaged in tubes as I feel it's more hygienic but it's not a massive issue and wouldn't put me off repurchasing.


Overall I've been thoroughly enjoying using the moisture mask and I would buy it again in the future.


☆☆☆☆



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13 comments

  1. Looks great. Definitely going to try this.

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    1. It's one of the better moisturisers I've tried!

      Grace x

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  2. It looks so lovely... that cotton candy hue does this trick ;-)
    If the scent isn't strong, then I would happily give it a try!

    Stay safe and xoxo

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    1. It does have a subtle scent to it but I wouldn't say it's strong at all :)

      Grace x

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  3. I used The Body Shop Vitamin E Moisturizer (I think it was a daycream) in the past, but this mask sounds actually very good as well. I'm not sure if I would also use it as a moisturizer, scared it would be a little too hydrating for my skin type, but I think I would love it as an mask for sure!

    xoxo Simone | https://beautymone.com

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    1. Yeah I'm not sure it would work as an every day moisturiser for all skin types but so far so good for me! :)

      Grace x

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  4. Sounds like a great mask! Thanks for sharing your review. I love your photos too :)

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    1. Thanks so much Jenny! It really is a great little product!

      Grace x

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  5. I love the sound of this mask, this is a great review lovely! x

    Lucy | www.lucymary.co.uk

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    1. Thank you lovely! It is a really great little product!

      Grace xx

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