This five-star Body Shop serum now boasts a brand new reinforced formula

This wonder product is already a fan favourite...

body shop drops youth concentrate reinforced formula

The Body Shop has long been a high-street favourite for those looking for more planet-conscious products.

And the brand has won over the hearts of skincare lovers with its iconic Drops of Youth concentrate.

The 99 per cent natural serum has become so popular for its protecting and nourishing properties that it now sells one bottle every 27 seconds.

With its powerful blend of plant stem cells, the gel-like concentrate protects the skin from becoming dry, dull and tired from environmental aggressors like traffic pollution, public transport and central heating.

And the serum’s benefits have now been amped with the addition of a new ingredient to the formula.

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The bestselling concentrate has been reinforced with the addition of moringa seed oil.

The naturally-derived oil is known to be a strong source of antioxidants, meaning you’ll be getting an extra layer of environmental protection, as well as a shot of moisture to leave your skin healthy, fresh and glowing.

And fans can vouch for the already ‘magic’ benefits of the serum.

Nourishment in a bottle!’ raved one. ‘What a nifty little invention!

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The consistency is more like that of a gel than an oil so a little most definitely goes a long way! It dries in really quickly and doesn't leave the skin feeling sticky at all.

‘It leaves the texture of the skin so smooth & nourished and makes such a lovely foundation for make up. My skin hasn't felt this good in quite a while!!’.

‘Amazing,’ added another, ‘like magic!

‘I bought this product five days and I have be blown away by the results already. Instantly your skin feels fresh, tight and smooth.

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You don't need a lot per application, but it sits nicely under your daily moisturiser.

‘My skin looks much smoother and tighter after only five days’.

‘The Name Says It All: Drops of Youth,’ commented another fan.

‘I wanted to wait the full 4 weeks of dedicated use before I reviewed.

‘However, I saw great results after one week (my skin peeled as expected), second week I noticed a softer, smoother feel, and now on my third week... I notice a softer and smoother look and so does everyone else! I have been getting so many compliments on my skin.

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Drops of Youth™ Concentrate

This refreshing gel-like serum leaves skin feeling fresher, replenished with moisture, and with a healthy-looking glow.

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I use one drop and smooth it all over my face (even right under my eyes; no irritation). I do it right after my shower in the morning (before The Body Shop Vitamin C Skin Boost) and at night after I wash my face.

‘This has worked wonders for my skin; combination (seriously either really oily or super dry) I find this product helps make my skin 'normal' again’.

Sounds like this bestseller is one worth investing in!

Aleesha Badkar
Digital Beauty Editor, woman&home

Aleesha is Digital Beauty Editor at woman&home, where she gets to share her expertise into all the best techniques, sharpest tools and newest products—with a particular savvy in skincare and fragrance.

Previously, she was Deputy Editor and Beauty & Fashion Editor for My Imperfect Life, where she headed up the beauty, fashion and eCommerce pages. In the past, she has worked as Shopping Writer at woman&home, gained an AOP awards nomination after working on their news team, contributed to Women's Health, Stylist and Goodto and earned an MA in Magazine Journalism from City, University of London.