I recently got to try The Body Shop's Drop of Light range, and I have been using it for three weeks now. The drops of light range has a 5‐in‐1 formula to improve healthy brightness, translucency, even tone, minimise the appearance of pores, while leaving skin feeling smooth and supple. This is for those beauties that need brightening, luminosity, and dark spot correction. The range is infused with Red Algae extract which helps in brightening the skin, and Vitamin C which is a potent antioxidant. This is suitable for sensitive skin types.
The range is on the expensive side, as with the rest of the body shop skin care range and the packaging of this range is sturdy and pretty to look at with the white and rose gold theme. The serum is in a glass bottle, though, so not practical for traveling.
Here's my view on the range :
Drops of Light Pure Clarifying foam wash, INR 1,525 : I've been using this every day, as you can see it already has a dent in it. It is a thick cleanser that lathers up really well into a creamy foam and leaves your skin feeling extremely clean. It can be slightly stripping but leaves the skin nice and fresh. I take a coin size amount onto my hands and lather it up and rinse it well. I use this twice a day, after removing my makeup.
Drops of Light Brightening serum, INR 2,050 : The serum is one of my favorite products from the range. It is lightweight and sinks into the skin really fast. It doesn't leave a greasy layer either. Your skin feels refreshed and hydrated. I take 1-2 drops of the serum and press it all over my face before following to the next step.
Drops of Light Pure Healthy Brightening day cream, INR 2,450 : As I've mentioned on Snapchat before, that moisturizing is a must! The day cream is very moisturizing and the leaves the skin nice and plump. I like to use this before I apply my foundation and you might think that will end up feeling greasy, but when you're done massaging it in, my skin soaks it all up leaving it smooth and supple. My foundation goes on very nicely after this.
Talk to me in the comments down below if you've used this range, and which one is your favourite The body shop skin care range.