Thursday 26 November 2020

Beauty empties | November '20

It's been a while since I posted a beauty empties post and I've gathered quite the stash of empty bottles ready to go in the bin/recycling, so here's what I though of all the beauty products I've used up recently...

I love... Pink Marshmallow Bath & Shower Creme*

This smells amazing. Sweet and sugary and lovely, and it works really well as a bubble bath if you like a lot of bubbles. It's a decent shower gel too, and there's not much else to say! If you like a sweet scent, you're onto a winner with this. BUY IT HERE

LUSH Snow Fairy Shower Gel

It's coming up to Christmas, aka Snow Fairy season - that beautiful sweet we all love so much. I use it year round because I always stock up in the post-Christmas sale, and I've just finished this massive bottle. It's pricey but sooooo worth it; you can use this as shower gel, as intended, but also as bubble bath AND shampoo, which I do sometimes because it smells so good. Plus it's shimmery. BUY IT HERE

Bubble T Peach Cleansing Hand Gel

Obviously we're all going through hand sanitiser like there's no tomorrow in 2020, and I picked this up in Home Bargains; it smells lovely, and does the trick. It also doesn't irritate my hands or dry them out like some hand sanitisers do, which is a bonus, and it's cheap too. All round brilliance, you just can't go wrong really. They have various other scents, too. BUY IT HERE

Mitchum Powder Fresh Deodorant 

It's just a deodorant, really, and it works. There's not much else to say - you can get it in most supermarkets or home bargs, and it'll stop you being smelly. Good stuff.

Garnier Mineral InvisCool Deodorant 

Another deodorant - this one smells really fresh and again it just does the job to stop you smelling throughout the day. Not much else you can say about a deodorant is there, really?

Herbal Essences Llamaste Shampoo

I think I've featured something from this range in my last three (?) empties posts, so I won't go on, but it's just a really good shampoo. Smells good, leaves your hair feeling clean, really affordable. Tick.

L'Oreal Elvive Dream Lengths Restoring Shampoo

Another shampoo, and I looooove this one. It has that standard L'Oreal scent, and genuinely leaves your hair feeling so so so soft. I've bought the mask to try as well, because I liked the shampoo so much, and I'd definitely recommend this if the ends of your hair are feeling dry or damaged. BUY IT HERE

PS Naturals Cleansing Wipes

I don't really use wipes but these are so good if you really need them; I've not been wearing make up lately with the pubs being closed (meaning I'm solely doing freelance work from home currently) but when I was, these came in handy. I think you get two packs for a quid, but they never seem to have them in stock in my local Primark which is a pain! These are also biodegradable, by the way.

T-Zone Charcoal & Bamboo Nose Pore Strips

I love the concept of a pore strip, though hate that they're single-use. These are probably the best I've tried at actually pulling stuff out of your nose, and they don't leave too much residue behind or irritate my skin. You get 12 in a pack and they're a couple of quid from Home Bargains - don't pay over the odds for these in Superdrug or anything!

Soap & Glory Vitamin C Facial Wash*

I love Soap & Glory for body stuff, and it turns out their facial skincare is pretty decent too. This cleanser is great for a second cleanse and leaves your face feeling soooo squeaky clean without drying it out. It has biodegradable wax scrubby bits in it too, so it'll give you a bit of exfoliation as well as cleansing. It's £8 at Boots and currently on for 3 for 2! BUY IT HERE

If you buy any of these products online make sure you check if you can get cashback (through Quidco or Top Cashback) which is *free money*. Every little helps! Let me know if you've tried any of these bits and what you think, too.

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