Review: This Works energy bank breath in

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I am a typical case of dipping energy – I usually feel sleepy until 11am, then perk up fr a few hours only to dip again at around 3pm…

After trying their hand cream, I also found a good friend in the new this works energy bank breathe in, a lovely oil roll-on designed to be applied on the pulses for an aromatic energy boost.

After application on my pulse points, I can catch a whiff of the lovely herbal fragrance every now and then; this does make me feel more alert and is quite comforting, I have to say.

The oil is quickly absorbed by the skin and the smell, although noticeable, is not at all overbearing.

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All in all, a delightful product to use; apart from my dipping energy moments, I find it particularly useful when I have to face a long or laborious task; it gives me that boost to get going!

In its formula, it contains rebalancing and stimulating geranium, bergamot and rosemary.

The energy bank range is new to acclaimed brand this works, whose products are free from nasties (read phthalates, sulphates, synthetic fragrances and colours, parabens, gmos, mineral oils, petrolatum and propylene glycol) and eco-friendly, as well as award-winning!

The this works energy bank breathe in seems to be so popular that is currently out of stock, but is back on from the 27 April and costs £18 for 10ml – but it does go a very long way!

The whole fantastic energy bank range can be purchased on the This Works website and major department stores, luxury independent retailers and online boutiques.


This post contains PR samples. This review, however, is based on my experience with the product and reflects my honest opinion on them.


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