Review: Roger & Gallet Fleur d’Osmanthus Revitalising Sorbet

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Last week Roger & Gallet launched their Sorbet Body Lotions in the UK. They’re available in the best-selling fragrances Bois d’Orange, Citron, Gingembre and Fleur d’Osmanthus.

I was lucky to be one of the winners of Escentual‘s competition on their Instagram page.
The prize was one of these body lotions and I was sent the Fleur d’Osmanthus Revitalising Sorbet. I’ve heard about Roger & Gallet before but this is the first product that I’m trying from the brand and hopefully won’t be the last because I love it.

It comes in a pretty bottle with a pump which is great because you can control the amount of product you dispense without everything getting messy and unhygienic. It’s not difficult to see how much you’ve used up as well.

The body lotion is for normal to dry skin, it’s lightweight, it has milky texture that instantly absorbs and smells divine (the scent remains on my clothes like a perfume indeed). It’s with apricot oil and aloe vera which is the soothing ingredient and probably you can already imagine the wonderful scent. It’s enriched with complex of other oils like avocado and passiflora oils as well and contains 95% ingredients of natural origin. It’s paraben-, silicone- and mineral oil-free, it has also no artificial colourings.

For me this is the perfect body moisturiser for this time of the year when summer is leaving but sun is still shining, it’s not cold but it’s not hot. The sorbet is so light and refreshing! It says that it hydrates your skin for 24 hours but of course, you wash it off much earlier so this is hard to be proven.

I think this is my new favourite body lotion – it’s nourishing and the scent is lovely!

I’m not sure if I can find the brand’s products here in Norway but I will definitely try to get some more.

Have you tried any of the Roger & Gallet Sorbet Body Lotions and which one is your favourite?

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