Yves Rocher Retropical Review

I’ve used Yves Rocher products for a while and I have always been satisfied with many of their seasonal products. Most recently they had released the Limited Edition-Summer Retropical Makeup And Perfume. Included in this little seasonal collection is Retropical Eau De Toilette a Yves Rocher Perfume. A sunny and sensual fragrance for a vintage summer feeling.

Yves Rocher was so nice to send me over some of these new products in exchange for my honest opinion.


Yves Rocher Retropical ReviewYves Rocher Retropical ReviewThis amazing fusion of floral and fruity notes transports you to a Retropical paradise. Made with Botanical-based ingredients: orange, mandarin and bergamot esstential oils. Also included is Yves Rocher Eau Coloree Pour Le Teint Sunkissed Glow Cheek Stain. A colored, scented lotion for a tanned-looking and radiant complexion. Lastly, two Yves Rocher Glosses in the colors Hibiscus Rouge and Péche Melba. Colors that capture the light, calm colors of the tropic. Radiating a new tone on your lips.

The Retropical scent is a illuminating perfume that covers that body in a strong floral smelling aroma. I truly love this product, a great scent that captures the tropical summer breezy scent. The Yves Rocher Sunkissed Glow Cheeks Stain is something that I haven’t seen or heard if before. But, now I understand what it is used for. It basically is a liquid shimmer. I use a cotton pad to put in on my face and it makes my face shimmer and give it a tinted look.

The two Yves Rocher Glosses are very pretty colors. Although I was more fond of the Péche Melba color than the Hibiscus Rouge. It is more of a orange color, and I’m not into that. But the Péche Melba gives my lips a little light tint to them and a little sparkle. I love it.

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Disclosure I received products in exchange for an honest review. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I personally believe will be good for my readers.

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