Advantages Clever concept
Disadvantages Price, product does not work, missing patches
***Why I want the product?***
I have seen a lot of good reviews on Yves Rocher, who I had never heard of before. As always I was eager to look into this new brand to me and see what they have on offer.
Yves Rocher has loads of products you can imagine, the company reminds me a lot of Avon and another catalogue company called Oriflame.
Yves Rocher also says this product is recommended by dermatologists and formulated and tested under medical supervision.
Patch Neutraliser comes in a thin rectangle shaped cardboard packaging that tells you the name of the product on the front. The design is eye catching with blue at the top with Yves Rocher's logo that has been faded out, the bottom half is white that contracts well making the packing simple yet effective.
The back tells me about the product, what the patch contains and another list of ingredients at the bottom. I have 24 patches and an expiry of three months.
Opening the packing I am greeted with two sealed foil wrapped pouches with 12 patches to each one.***What is the product like?***
Taking the patch from the foil I notice it is very sticky and applies to bare skin smoothly. The circular patch measures 1.5cms. Although Yves Rocher state the patch is so discreet it can be worn throughout the day, this is a statement I have to disagree with. Although on the skin the patch blends into the skin ok, you can still see it. You can see the outline of the edges, you can see the raised patch on my skin and it looks a different shade to my skin tone even though it looks almost transparent.
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