Sunday, December 13, 2015

Oriflame Nature Secrets Body Spray Review

Hello everyone,
I rarely review fragrances on my blog but that does not mean I do not like fragrances - perfumes and deodrants. In fact for me smelling good is extremely important and I will judge you if you smell bad ;) For daily use I do opt for deodrants and body splashes which are non alcoholic in nature. There are host of body sprays in the market and one has a wide variety to choose from placed under different price and categories. I have reviewed a lot of make up from Oriflame India but never tried any of their body sprays. The ones I shall talk about today are from their Nature Secrets Collection. Read my post to know more........



Price: Rs.199/- for 150 ml.Available through any Oriflame representatives across India or online here

The packaging is very adorable and truly represents the Nature Secrets Range. The body spray cans are light green in color and displays ingredients of the particular fragrance. It is travel friendly but I found the cap a bit loose.


Nature Secrets Body Spray Lavender & Fig
Lavender is my favourite scent in perfumes/deodrants. This one smells mild & yet effective - nothing over the top. The fig ingredients gives it a slightly sweet smell. 





Nature Secrets Body Spray Nettle & Lemon
This deodrant instantly makes you feel fresh due to the presence of lemon - which is obvious that it has citrus notes to it. Nettle is essentially similar to like green tea I read on the internet that nettle tea is available - never tried so don't know much. Overall this is my favourite for its fresh & citrus notes.




Nature Secrets Body Spray in Rosemary & Blackcurrant
Blackcurrant is my favourite in ice cream but never tried it in a deo. It smells heavenly. Rosemary comes from the family of mint and the combination really smells amazing.





All 3 body sprays are natural and are of good quality. They are Alcohol free and I did not experience any stinging or reaction while using them directly under arms or on my body. I refrain from using deodrants on my skin but I trust Oriflame and its products. The only con I found is that it contains parabens which I did not like. Other than that these are really amazing and best suited to women who like mild perfumes or body sprays.


The Good:
Easily available through Oriflame representatives or online
Inexpensive
Cute packaging
Comes in 3 variants
Lasts for a decent amount of time
Alcohol free
Travel & Gift friendly

The not so Good:
Contains parabens
The cap comes off at times

Rating: 4.2/5

Oriflame Nature Secrets Body Spray are Alchohol free body sprays with 3 options available to suit different tastes of women. For 199 bucks it is surely worth a try for all especially who like milder scents.

I hope this post was informative and useful to all those reading. Kindly comment below with your inputs. Have you tried the Oriflame Nature Secrets Body Spray range yet? Do let me know

Until next time.. Take care xoxo








12 comments:

  1. haved tried 2 variants and really liked them :) Nicely reviewed :)

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  2. I've never tried these but the lemon one sounds like one I would really like... since I love citrusy smells ♡

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  3. Awesome all the different scent. I sure want to try all the three

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  4. These fragrance sound divine and I love body spray so this is right up my ally to try.

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  5. Being alcohol free is a good point. Alcohol sometimes overpowers the smell of deo. Great review!!

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  6. I love the idea of this product but I would pass because of the parabens. Great review.
    Beautetude

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  7. Great review sweetheart...thx for sharing!

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  8. Ooh, these look great! The lavender and fig one sounds yummie :)

    Christina ♥ https://caliope.name

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  9. i really love these and i have repurchased lavender and blackcurrent one 3 times :) lmon one is good for gym dayas ::)

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  10. I absolutely love this!! Oh lavender, how I adore thee! The lavender fragrance in it is good, and the fig sweetens it slightly. I would say it is quite mellow, and puts me in a mind of wild flowers and orchards :)

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