Last week I posted my first review of the Rituals Amsterdam Collection Body Cream and today it’s time to post the next one. Because this collection was so special and unique to me, I decided to not just buy one product from the collection. Not two, but three actually. But we’re getting ahead of ourselves. For those who don’t know, Rituals recently launched a super exclusive and gorgeous Amsterdam collection and it looks phenomenal. In today’s post I’m going to review the Body Mist from this range and if you’re interested in reading about that, make sure you continue reading this post!
Like all other body mists from Rituals, the Rituals Amsterdam Collection Body Mist comes in a long, slim glass bottle. The bottle feels very decadent and chic and I like that about it. The bottle itself has a white colour and there’s blue coloured design on it. The lid is golden and I think that looks really stunning with the rest of the colour scheme on this bottle. I feel like this is such a luxurious looking packaging. I love to have this on display in my bedroom!
The bottle is very long but it’s also very slim. It contains a total of 50 ml of product. I don’t know why, but somehow I expected there to be more. However, 50 ml is a perfectly decent amount so there’s no reason to be complaining here. Anyway, the bottle has a little spritzer on top and I like the way it works. It creates a really fine mist, which is my favourite type.
In terms of price I don’t think it’s all that bad. It’s a bit more expensive than the body mists from the regular collection, but that’s just what Rituals does. And to be honest with you guys, I don’t think that €18,50 is too much for a proper chic body mist like this one. I do think it’s strange that it’s cheaper than the body cream though. But well, let’s not go there again.
Rituals Amsterdam Collection Body Mist 50 ml – €18,50
The Rituals Amsterdam Collection has a very unique and subtle scent. It’s not a very typical Rituals scent and I do like that about it in a way. I feel like it’s a very new scent. The main scent notes are tulip and Japanese yuzu. Tulip obviously is a very Dutch flower so I do really like that. And Japanese yuzu has a bit of a citrus like scent to it. This combination creates a very refreshing, Spring-appropriate scent. It’s subtle but it’s also fresh and uplifting.
Because this is a body mist, it’s not as strong as a perfume. This body mist is water based and nice and light. It’s a great product to spritz on yourself throughout the day if you need a little refreshing. I also like to spray this kind of body mist in my bed for a relaxing and beautiful scent. It helps me to fall asleep. Anyway, because this is a water based body mist rather than a perfume, it’s not as strong scented. This means that you do really need to reapply throughout the day. I personally don’t mind that, but it’s something to keep in mind.
Even though I do really like the scent of this body mist, I don’t think it’s a fragrance I’d wear throughout the day on a day to day basis. On a daily basis I do like to go for a proper perfume (like my current favourite Mon Guerlain). But on the weekend or on different kinds of occasions, I do like this spritz this on myself.
All in all I think that the Rituals Amsterdam Collection Body Mist is a very decadent and chic product. The bottle looks absolutely gorgeous and the scent is definitely something new and very Spring-appropriate. I feel like it’s a great product to use throughout the day on more low-key days and I also like to spritz this in my bed to help me relax and sleep. So to me this is definitely a winner. If you love body mists, you might want to check it out for yourself too!
With that being said I think it’s about time to end today’s post. Thank you guys so much for reading today’s review and be sure to let me know what you think of this Rituals Amsterdam Collection!