February Favourites

February Favourites

I really haven’t tried many new products this month, but, I have completely fallen in love with these…

PALMER’S Coconut Oil Conditioning Shampoo

I was after a Coconut Oil based shampoo for ages. I tried a sample of this product and knew instantly that i wanted the full size product.

I really like how soft it makes my hair feel, without leaving it feeling oily and weighed down. I have really long, naturally wavy hair and it sometimes gets really frizzy. This shampoo has really helped stop that.

The only problem with this shampoo is finding it! I searched everywhere for it; Supermarkets, Boots, Superdrug, and i just couldn’t find it anywhere. I eventually located it in BodyCare. I have since spotted a full PALMER’S counter in Superdrug so I can rest assured, when this product runs out, I will replace it with ease.

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The Body Shop Almond Milk & Honey Body Lotion

When this range was released, I couldn’t wait to give it a try! I do have very sensitive dry skin so I was drawn to this.

It has a very pleasant smell, it’s sweet and milky but not sickly. It is fast absorbed but you can really feel a difference on your skin after just one use. It doesn’t leave the skin oily so it can be used right before bed or getting dressed. (I hate the feeling of clothes sticking to me!)  I also have the Bath Milk from this range but haven’t had a proper chance to try it yet.

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No7 Beautiful Skin Pore Vacuum Mask

I’ve been seeing a lot of Charcoal Pore Masks on the market recently. A lot of different brands have been bringing them out, they’ve been featured in blog posts and demonstrated in videos on YouTube. So much so, I weren’t sure which to try. I went in to my local Boots store and had a look at their No7 range and spotted this little guy. At £14 for quite a small tube I wasn’t sure whether to get it, but I did.

To say it is quite a small tube, it does hold a good number of applications. I mainly use it across my T-Zone which is my ‘Problem Area’. I have used it once or twice a week  for about 6 weeks and there is still a good number of uses left.

I find it works best after a hot bath, when the steam has really opened up the pores. It’s no miracle treatment, they don’t all disappear after one use. But it does work.

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L’EAU DE ROSE Perfume

If you regularly read my blog, you will of seen this pop up in my February Glossy Box.

Since I received it I have used it pretty much every single day.

It’s not overpowering either, it’s such a delicate Rose scent but it lasts for a very long time.

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Hope you enjoyed the read. What have been your favourites this last month? Comment below

Speak soon!

S xxx

 

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The Body Shop Himalayan Mask 

The Body Shop Himalayan Mask 

It’s safe to admit that I am slightly obsessed with face masks; sheet masks, peel masks or mud masks, I’m using it! 

When The Body Shop brought out their range of 4 Face Masks I couldn’t wait to give them a try! 

I purchased a duo set which contained the Himalayan Charcoal Purifying Glow Mask. 


Out of all face masks, I love the ones based around charcoal. This ones specifically contains Bamboo Charcoal, Green Tea Leaves and Organic Tea Tree Oils. It is designed to draw out impurities and leave the skin glowing! 

It feels so tingly on the skin! It feels like it’s truly working! 

I must say I wasn’t expecting it to dry so fast! You usually have to leave masks 15 minutes for them to harden but this had started drying along the outline before I’d even finished applying it! 

The result was super soft, fresh feeling skin which looked clearer after one use. 

Initially I looked at the price and was hesitant to purchase it. However with the size of the pot and realisation of how much needs to be used, I can safely say I’m going to get a fair few uses out of it. 

The other mask I got in the British Rose Fresh Plumping Mask. I can’t wait to give it a try! 


What’s your favourite face mask? 

Speak soon 

S xxx