Vert Tranquil Solid Perfume Review

Solid perfume, what’s that? A perfume that doesn’t look like a perfume instead looks like a lip balm. Yes these were my first thoughts when I took out Vert Tranquil Solid Perfume from July month My Envy Box. I am very inquisitive about new products in market and Vert Tranquil Solid Perfume definitely arouses my curiosity to another level. I have used roll-ons before but this was something different. So in this blog post I will review Vert Tranquil Solid Perfume

Vert Tranquil Solid Perfume Review

Packaging – Vert Solid Perfume can easily be mistaken for a lip balm. It is housed in a small round clear plastic jar that contains 10gm of the product. Rim feels tight sometimes but it can be managed.

Ingredients – Cocoa butter, almond oil, bees wax, fragrance oil

Vert Tranquil Solid Perfume Review

Vert Tranquil Solid Perfume Review 

Vert Tranquil Solid Perfume Review

I was about to faint when I read its price. 10gm of Vert Tranquil Solid Perfume is priced at Rs. 1,300 (ohh yes). Now after reading its price and that it’s solid perfume I immediately put it to use after unboxing July Envy Box. The first and the foremost thing I look for in a perfume is fragrance followed by long stay. No doubt Vert Solid Perfume smells amazing. You would like to smell it again and again. The perfume is cream in colour but becomes colourless once you pick up on fingers. To use you can rub on your pulse points, neck, wrists. It feels uncomfortable to use at once but you will get hang of it in sometime. Now comes the best part staying time. I tried to use Vert solid perfume in several ways to test it before concluding anything. I used in day immediately after show, applied at night, tried in afternoon on wrists, arms, neck even underarms. Trust me Vert Tranquil Solid Perfume doesn’t stay for more than five minutes. This product has disappointed me and I cannot recommend Vert Tranquil to anyone. If you invest in it this is going to be a total waste of money.

Likes
  • Natural ingredients
  • Fragrance

Dislikes
  • Low staying power
  • Packaging
  • Super expensive

R&W Rating – 1/5 (1 mark only for fragrance)

Stick to R&W
Megha Gupta 

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