Review - Botanics Rosewater Toning Spritz


Hello! I hope everyone had a good weekend!

First of all I'd like to say Welcome and thank you to all my new followers! I can't believe that a couple of weeks ago I was writing a post saying how happy I was to reach 30 followers, and now I'm nearly at 60! If any of you have post requests or would like to see more of a curtain post please let me know :)

Secondly I like to say a little Sorry to you all for not being around much over the past week. I'm currently in the process of moving my things into my uni house. Luckily I'm nearly done and it's just clothes, makeup, hair and skin care to take with me on Saturday. The next couple of weeks are going to be a little hectic but hopefully I'll have time for a few posts.

Right, now down to business!

A couple of weeks ago I was scanning boots for a new toner. I had been a bit bad with my skin and not used one in a while (bad, I know!) but had £4's worth of points on my boots card so decided to get one without spending money! 

The Boots Botanic's range caught my eye. First of all they had an offer giving you 1/3 off the retail price (who doesn't love a good bargain!) and secondly they're organic. Lovely!


So, I ended up choosing the Botanics Rosewater Toning Spritz. It normally retails at £4.99 but was on offer for £3.33. Although I have used toners in the past, I'd never using toning 'spritz' so was excited to see how this worked and how much I liked it. The packaging is really nice and simple, which matches the product really nicely. The spray bottle means that there is less wastage and it can't be spilled.


What I really like about this product is how simple the ingredients are. There are actually only 5 ingredients in the product. The product also has a lovely scent to it. Because it's organic and 'natural' the scent is mild and sweet. It's not at all over powering. It's subtle and smells fresh. I actually think it smells slightly like lychees, which sounds a bit strange, but it's actually really nice.
Because it's a spray it's really easy to apply to the face. Just a quick spritz all over and then wipe gently with a cotton wool pad - really simple and easy. I have been repeating this a couple of times just to ensure I have removed all makeup traces. Because it's a spray it feels lovely and refreshing on the face, especially when it's warm or after a hot shower. 
Overall I really like this product. It leaves my skin feeling refreshed, clean and soft. I have quite dry skin and haven't found this to dry my skin out at all. I do also suffer from eczema and it's hasn't caused any sort of reaction.

Have you tried anything from this range? What's your favourite toner?

Kelsey xx

11 comments:

  1. I'll be trying this out soon, my Lush toner is coming to an end and your review has sold me ;)

    Lucy x
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    1. Aww thank you! It's such good value for money too! I've had it about a month and reckon I easily have another 2 or 3 left in it!

      Kelsey xx

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  2. this looks lovely!

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    1. I'll take a look now, hope it's still running!

      Kelsey xx

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  3. nice!


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    1. I'll take a look soon :)

      Kelsey xx

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  4. I like how light it sounds! I have a moisturizer spray that I love because it's so refreshing, this sounds like that - really light and refreshing!

    xoxo Bree
    The Urban Umbrella

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    1. It's really lovely. Not at all heavy and really quick and easy to apply!

      Kelsey xx

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  5. Sounds lovely, I also have dry skin so if it works for you I should try it! I've tried a shampoo and conditioner from the range before, it was like a colour enhancing one (even though I don't dye my hair, it had henna extracts in it so I thought it would enhance my natural colour). I quite liked both products, except the conditioner had to be washed out VERY thoroughly so not great for when you're sleepy in the morning. xxx

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    1. It was actually the first product I tried from this range but like it so much that I think I'm going to try some other products too though. Might stay clear of the conditioner though, I have really long hair so it takes ages to wash out conditioners anyway. Haha

      Kelsey xxx

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  6. I haven't tried this from the range yet. There are a few really nice bits but I'm put off this because I really don't like the rose scent :(

    Danielle xx

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