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Boots Botanics Organic Rosewater Toning Spritz

Boots Botanics Organic Rosewater Toning Spritz

I just had to buy the Boots Botanics Organic Rosewater Toning Spritz after reading a really lovely review from another beauty blogger, but typical me has forgotten where I read it and I did try my hardest to find the review again so I could link it, so who ever the lovely person was - thank you, as after a Blogger and Twitter search and call out, I had no luck. I adore anything rosewater related, whether that be skincare or a rosewater cupcake, I'm there. I hadn't tried the Boots Botanics range for a while so I was excited to see what they could offer, even more excited when I realised the whole range currently has a 1/3 off. 

I did need a new toner, and since my skin has finally grown up out the spot stage (for now at least) I wanted to shy away from blackhead clearing toners and go for a more 'grown up' option. All the Botanics products have such pretty packaging, whilst being simple and keeping in line with the products, plus they 100% Organic, formulated without parabens. Not sure what 100% Organic means, I mean can you get products that are 75% Organic?

When you spritz this it comes out in a fine mist which is very refreshing, and few squirts cover my whole face and neck so I really didn't need much at al. It does have a powerful spray though, so you might have to be careful when spraying it on otherwise you will have drips down you face. Attractive. My skin feels very soft and smooth after i've used it and my moisturiser glides on. It also does a great job of removing any last traces of makeup. But the best thing about this product? The smell by far, the light rose scent is pretty much perfection in my eyes, the smell doesn't linger either, it does die down. Obviously if your not keen on rosewater I would recommend you give this a good sniff first before purchasing. This is just a fantastic product, and I can't really pick any faults (for once), its an excellent Caudalie Beauty Elixir dupe, but just without the price tag.

Have you tried Boots Botanics Organic Rosewater Toning Spritz?

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