The Body Shop Skin Primer 02 Matte It Reviews
Product Type: The Body Shop makeup
Description:Brand: The Body Shop
Newest Review: ... a 25ml tube and costs, at full price, £12. There are always offers and promotions in The Body Shop though so I am sure you ... more
Customer The Body Shop Skin Primer 02 Matte It Reviews (8)
by - written on 28/05/13 (Very useful, 45 readings)
Being somewhat a make-up junkie, I have tried many products simply because I cannot resist buying something new when I see it. On one of my regular trips into The Body Shop there was an offer where if I spent so much I got a free gift of up to £12; and it so happened that I decided on this trip to choose The Body Shop's Skin Primer - Matte It. I did not choose this primer for the fact it claims to matt the skin as I do not personally suffer with oily skin; mine is more dry and sensitive. Had I seen at the time they also offer a Primer called 'Moisture It' I may have picked this up instead (but I am never the less over the moon with my 'Matte It' ... Read the complete review
by - written on 13/05/13 (Very useful, 61 readings)
Skin Primer - Matte It PRODUCT OVERVIEW I am new to the world of primers, until recently I had been convinced that primers were simply not for my skin type, I have oily/combination skin and I was not convinced that another layer of makeup on my skin would help my foundation stay in place. I had a voucher to use for The Body Shop so I popped in to buy a tea tree product that I use from there and got speaking to a member of staff about some of their products. Part of the way through the conversation I moved near a mirror on the make up stand and moaned about the fact that my foundation had slipped off my face yet again. I find that shopping seems ... Read the complete review
by - written on 23/11/12 (Very useful, 32 readings)
As I often have long days at uni or placement, even reapplying powder or blotting doesn't keep my makeup looking fresh all day, so I find I need to use a primer too. I decided to try this primer because I've read good reviews about it and I've always trusted the Bodyshop's products. The primer is currently priced at £12 but I'm sure it was £11 the last time I bought it so the price could have recently increased. The price seems pretty expensive, but little does go a long way. The packaging is a clear plastic tube with a silver plastic twist-off lid. The front of the tube reveals the brand and name of product and the amount you get (25ml), whilst the back ... Read the complete review
by - written on 16/07/10 (Very useful, 244 readings)
Body Shop Skin Primer I am a big fan of the body shop as you could probably tell from my previous reviews (I have quite a lot of body shop stuff). I have been looking for a solution to my oily/combination skin for a while and I do have the boots skin clear lotion which does make my skin more matte, But I also wanted a primer instead. I found this and It seemed to tick all of the boxes, it is by a good brand, it matifies the skin and it is made with some natural ingredients too! I have been using this product for about a week now and I like it. It comes in a clear tube which is good as you can see the product and you can also see how much of the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 14/08/09, updated on 14/08/09 (Very useful, 690 readings)
I don't generally have very oily skin, but in the warm weather my skin starts to shine terribly after a couple of hours at work or in bars and clubs on nights out. When I'm on a night out I'm quite happy to just keep popping to the loo to powder my face, but I can't really do that at work! This in mind I decided to try to find something to keep my skin matte all through the day, and that's when I bought the body shop's Matte It primer. It costs £10 for a 25ml tube. It comes in a nice clear plastic tube so you can always see how much is left, and the packaging, though quite plain, looks very high quality. It has a screw off lid which fastens nice and tightly ... Read the complete review
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