Today’s review is going to be The Body Shop Drops Of Light Pure Resurfacing Liquid Peel. I am not someone who takes resolutions during New Year because sooner or later I very well know I’ll stop keeping up with them. Believe me or not, I am suddenly quite determined to take care of my skin. I’ve been following my AM and PM routines religiously now that I’m in my late 20s. I got this product a few months back but for the past couple of weeks or so only I started giving it a fair chance. So without any further ado, let’s find out how TBS Drops Of Light Pure Resurfacing Liquid Peel fared out for me!

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The Body Shop Drops Of Light Pure Resurfacing Liquid Peel
The Body Shop Drops Of Light Pure Resurfacing Liquid Peel

What The Company Claims?

The Body Shop Drops Of Light Pure Resurfacing Liquid Peel is a quick fix brightening essential will visibly brighten appearance after first use. Transforming gel-to-peel technology that traps and gently peels off impurities and dead skin cells to unveil healthy-looking skin that feels resurfaced from first use*. With continued use, skin looks more luminous and skin texture looks refined.
**Tested on 100 women.
With brightening Red Algae Extract harvested from the North Atlantic.
Rich in vitamin C minerals and nutrients red algae has grown in bracing oceans for millions of years.
Today we gently extract their potency for our healthy brightening Drops of Light™ range.


QUANTITY- 145 ml
PRICE- 1995 INR

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TBS Drops Of Light Pure Resurfacing Liquid Peel
TBS Drops Of Light Pure Resurfacing Liquid Peel

How Did The Body Shop Drops Of Light Pure Resurfacing Liquid Peel Work For Me?

The The Body Shop Drops Of Light Pure Resurfacing Liquid Peel comes in a white plastic bottle packaging with a pump dispenser. The lock on the dispenser makes it super sturdy and travel friendly. The peel is thick and has a semi transparent gel consistency that is also easy to spread on the skin. It has a super mild fragrance which isn’t bothersome. The liquid peel is light and easy to work with. The TBS Pure Resurfacing Liquid Peel doesn’t sting or make skin itchy upon contact with the skin like most liquid peels out there. I have sensitive, acne-prone, combination skin for anyone’s reference. The peel can be used 2-3 times a week to see any visible results. Though the product claimed results from the first use, I did not see any result.

The Body Shop website doesn’t provide their ingredients list online which is quite annoying but I was able to pull it up from a different website. Let me give the breakdown in a bit. I take 1-2 pumps of the product and apply it on the cleansed, dry; face and neck. Once I started massaging The Body Shop Drops Of Light Pure Resurfacing Liquid Peel, it started balling up which most people thought was the dead skin and dirt but it actually was not. It’s the carbomer (cellulose) in the product that started balling up which people mistook for dead cells or dirt from the skin. This was not only highly misleading but this also puts a question mark on the efficacy of the product. I’ve used this for about 5-6 times and I’m yet to see any results that this product claims to do.

There are also other questionable ingredients like Alcohol Denat and Isopropyl Alcohol which is not ideal for dry and sensitive skin while there are alternative ingredients with anti microbial and astringent properties like Witch Hazel that wouldn’t dry out the skin. PEG-40 Hydrogenated Castor Oil is a notable ingredient in causing fungal acne. There’s also Fragrance which can irritate sensitive skin like mine giving a rash or two. The Glycerin and Propylene Glycol helps with conditioning the skin which I didn’t find effective because my combination skin felt pretty dry and stretchy post application. This product did nothing to smooth the texture of the skin but it helped with dissolving the sebum filaments on my nose in conjunction with a Korean product which I’m testing out at the moment will talk about in a month. So if you’re looking for an effective at home liquid peel then TBS Drops Of Light Pure Resurfacing Liquid Peel isn’t something I would necessarily recommend!

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The Body Shop Drops Of Light Pure Resurfacing Liquid Peel
The Body Shop Drops Of Light Pure Resurfacing Liquid Peel
The Body Shop Drops Of Light Pure Resurfacing Liquid Peel Swatches
The Body Shop Drops Of Light Pure Resurfacing Liquid Peel Swatches

Turn Ons-

  • Great packaging
  • Light texture
  • Doesn’t sting or make the skin itchy
  • Turn Offs-

  • Expensive
  • Not very effective
  • Misleading and questionable ingredients
  • Doesn’t resurface the skin
  • Doesn’t even out the complexion
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    Would I Recommend The Body Shop Drops Of Light Pure Resurfacing Liquid Peel?

    No, I would not recommend this product if you are looking for any visible results.

    RATING- 0/5

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    2 Comments on Brutally Honest Review: The Body Shop Drops Of Light Pure Resurfacing Liquid Peel

    1. Karthik Rajagopal
      January 15, 2019 at 10:12 pm (1 month ago)

      Why you have given a rating of 5/5 although you don’t seem to be happy with this product?

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      • Pavithra Balakrishnan
        January 18, 2019 at 12:44 am (1 month ago)

        Lol! It’s -5 maybe I should change it to 0 so people don’t misunderstand like you.

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