October 22, 2014

MOVED HOME & THE EMPTIES CAME WITH ME.


I guess you can see what this post is about! I think the whole empties post created by the blogging world is so funny. We all join in and recycle as many products as we can and most of us bring them along for the ride too - yes I brought them home with me when I moved hehe! So instead of running through all of them I have shared with you a few favourites from each job lot but also you can have a gander at what I have got through too during the last few months.

Skincare

This really is a difficult one for me as you'll know I love me some skincare. My three favourites has to be Aurelia's Miracle cleanser c/o (£34.00, 125ml) as it's one of the best cream based cleansers I have ever tried and even now I struggle to find anything that comes close to its quality, Indeed Labs Hydraluron Moisture Jelly c/o (24.00, 30ml), this fab and fun to use moisturiser is unlike anything I have used before, it's hydrating, light and made a huge difference to the texture and appearance of my skin and finally Emma Hardie Moringa cleansing balm (£36.00, 100ml), which do I really have to explain the love for it. Just blooming look at the state of it hehe. It was extremely loved and I miss using it everyday.


Bath and Body

From my shower line up, the favourite without a doubt has to be Soap and Glory's Breakfast Scrub (£8.00, 300ml). If just purely for the intoxicating maple syrup scent or the way it leaves your skin feeling like a babies bottom, I'd say you have to try this product if you haven't. For body, I adore Caudalie's Divine Oil c/o (£27.00, 100ml) again for the incredible scent and the way it makes your skin look like your just about to walk onto the red carpet and finally an already repurchased Korres Guava Body butter (£12.50, 125ml). This thick and rich body butter, leaves your skin feeling extremely hydrated. It's the best body butter I have used by far and I think I'll always have a bottle in my cupboard for when I run out.

Haircare

I actually tend to get through quite a few shampoos and conditioners these days living back home (hint hint!) so when I get the chance to try something just for me it becomes my prized possession. I adored the Lush Daddy O (£5.50,100ml) purple shampoo as it kept my blonde ends looking gorgeous and bright along with my forever favourite deep conditioning treatment John Frieda's hydrate+ rescue deep conditioner (£6.99, 150ml). You can use this conditioner once a week to keep your hair looking and feeling healthy. It's quite a light treatment so it doesn't tend to weigh down your hair.

So there you have it a brief run down of my empties collection over the last few months. I have to say, for once I am actually running low on products so a shopping trip will be in order very soon! Perfect!

Hugs & Kisses
Becki xox


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  1. Lots of lovely things I keep my empties but my partner always finds them and throws them out I have never got to do an empties post because of this but I am determined to do one
    Carrieanne x
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