Review: The Body Shop’s White Musk Range

We’re smelling sweet this Spring with The Body Shop’s White Musk range. Here’s what we thought when we tried the new scents…

Famous since its launch in 1981, White Musk became the signature scent of a generation. Everything we already love remains the same, but now there’s a new look: sustainable packaging, complimentary scents to layer, and – it’s vegan.

Photo: Faye Dixon

White Musk is a fresh blend of clean aldehydes, jasmine absolute, lily of the valley and sensual musk. Its clean and floral fragrance awakens sensuality and confidence. It’s long-lasting with a light touch.

White Musk

We love:
It’s the classic we know and love.
It’s vegan and cruelty free..
The bottle is a good shape to pop into your handbag.
It has a fresh and floral scent alone.
The bottle and cap are recyclable.

We’d change:
Nothing!

The White Musk Elements fragrance toppers are made to be layered on top of the original White Musk fragrance, so you can customise your favourite scent and wear it in a brand new way.

Lover Fragrance Layering Topper

We love:
The floral scent is perfect for Spring.
The scent has notes of spice.

We’d change:
Nothing – we just want another bottle.

Radical Fragrance Layering Topper

We love:
You don’t need more than one spritz.

We’d change:
We wish it was less overpowering.
It’s a bit too earthy for our liking.

Free Fragrance Layering Topper

We love:
It’s a cool and masculine scent.
It reminds us a little of Bleu de Chanel (maybe it’s the sandalwood).
You only need one spritz.

We’d change:
Nothing!

Photo: Faye Dixon

Faye’s Final Thoughts: I’m overall in love with White Musk, and the toppers have an added twist on the classic scent. They’re a great way to mix up your scent every day.

Find the whole White Musk range at thebodyshop.com

Faye Dixon

Lifestyle Journalist and Blogger from the North East.

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