Friday, April 18th, 2008

Bobbi Brown Beach Summer 2008

Beach Fragrance $55.00
Notes: Sand Jasmine, Sea Spray, and Mandarin

Beach Mini Tote (LE) (purchase two products & get this!)

Beach Body Oil $28.00
Moisturizing body oil that gives skin a sultry sheen and scents it with beach fragrance. COntains Olive, Sesame, Avocado, and Jojoba essential oils, as well as Vitamin E &C.

Beach Sunscreen Body Spray SPF15 $25.00
Lightweight, non-greasy spray to hydrate and protect the body from UVA/UVB rays. It is water-resistant with antioxidant Vitamin E and Grapeseed, Olive, and Castor oil.

Beach Sandbar Soap $16.00
Limited edition, but back for a time, a soft, creamy soap that lathers and gently exfoliates while lighting scenting skin with Beach fragrance.

Beach Shower Gel $32.00
Moisturizing body cleanser with Pacific Sea Kelp Extract to soften skin as it cleanses.

Beach Body Lotion $35.00
Lightweight body moisturizer contains soothing Aloe Vera and Olive, Jojoba, and Sunflower oils. Reduces peeling and prologns the life of your tan.

Beach Body Scrub $35.00
Get smooth skin before you hit the beach with this body exfoliator lightly scented with the Beach fragrance. Contains orange peel and pumice to help remove surface skin, as well as shea butter and essential oils to help moisturize skin.

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10 thoughts on “Summer 2008 – Bobbi Brown Summer 2008 Beach Collection

  1. trojanchick99

    I love the spray on sunblock, but alas it is only SPF 15. I think I’d rather have 30.

    • Sometimes it’s great, though, for just being able to touch up through the day, especially if you can’t find an equivalent SPF30 spray on sunscreen (that works as well for you!).

  2. Shefali

    All of these are permanent, no?

  3. Erin

    Seriously, what is with all these high end cosmetic companies not offering any high SPF moisturizers? I recently went on a hunt to see what I could find, and yes- there are lots of high spfs available, but not as moisturizers. Of course you can layer one on top of the other, but why would I want to buy two products when I could get one?

    • Hey Erin!

      I do notice that SPF30 is starting to come up more often. I find Shiseido’s SPF55 to be fairly moisturizing, IMO, though.

      And despite how much WE as beauty addicts understand the importance of SPF… so many don’t. :(

      • Erin

        My favorite moisturizer is A Perfect World by Origins, it smells like white tea and makes your face feel great! But I refuse to buy a container for 30 bucks with no SPF!
        Good to know about Shiseido, it seems they have at least a few products with good SPFs, I even saw one concealer with a high rate in it specifically geared for waterproof/swimming stuff.
        I went on a sample spree at Nordies to see what samples I could find- Kiehl’s has 30 and 40 spf sunblocks, but only 15 in a moisturizer. MD Skincare has these cute little sunscreen packettes, that actually work really well! Sunblocks just seem to make you look really sweaty, whereas moisturizers just make you look moist, so I wish I could just find a happy medium!

        • Hey Erin! Nice :)

          If I’m going out in the sun, I definitely throw on Shiseido. But otherwise I go with whatever (SPF15-30) since I’m inside and need minimal protection.

          I love Dermalogica sunscreen, too! What I LOVE about them is they have a sunscreen that you can ADD to ANY moisturizer. This is great because I already have a crapload of moisturizers, and this way I can add SPF (or bolster, because I think it’s SPF30 in the Dermalogica stuff) or add it to a non-SPF moisturizer. It may be two products, but at least it’s only one application? lol.

  4. Hmm..Not sure I liked it a lot, it is so boring for me, I like to colored or better scented ones.I may try body oil, because my skin is soo dry and chapped, and I need a oil for better results, cream sometimes not enough, huh?

    • It’s pretty much repromotes, so it’s not that exciting, LOL. I usually still go for creams, but I’ll go for a super heavy one, more like a body butter, for extra dry skin.