December went past in a flash and I didn’t get the chance to write an empties post and anyway I hadn’t used up many products so I thought I’d leave it till the end of January and now look what’s happened I’ve got a whole heap of stuff to tell you about! So make yourself a cup of coffee before you read this, it’s a good one!
This Offects Hydrating Cleanser is one of the new brands that I discovered when I visited Omniya. it gently cleanses and repairs surface damage too!
Offects Hydrating Cleanser includes panthenol to soothe repair and restore and allantoin to clean away dead skin cells and supports cellular renewal.
I can tell you I loved this product and used it all up before I had a chance to review it!
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It’s really been quite a while since I bought or used any hairspray but this came in such a handy size that I started to carry it around and use it. It worked well, didn’t have a toxic smell or make me cough and it’s only 89p for 75ml here
This is such a great quality product, even the sample is so well presented. I used it up to the last bit and then bought the full size. I love that it has a magnetic case that closes with a reassuring click and of course has the trademark Burberry print on the case and lipstick itself. I reviewed it here and it cost £25 here.
Gorgeous to look and and beautifully scented I used this body lotion every night particularly on my feet and shins to keep dryness away and to make me feel great. I reviewed the lotion and shower gel here. The lotion costs £14 here.
So I’ve used up two thirds of this Paul Mitchell gift set and would probably have used up the other third if I could remember where I put it! Great looking and effective products I’ve reviewed them here. The set cost £35 but is now out of stock but you can buy the products in other sets and sizes here.
From the traditional English brand Woods of Windsor this was a treat that I love having in my bathroom. It’s a class act. It’s reviewed here and costs just £5.99 but is currently on offer for £3 for 350ml here.
Nuskin is a brand that I don’t really feel I’ve got the true measure of. I’ve tried so many products from their range and without fail they deliver on their promise. They are a little pricey though and the packaging doesn’t quite hit the spot for me. Still, I’ve used every drop of this Nuskin Tru Face Ideal Eyes it must be good! It costs £42.41 here.
A light hydrating toner that doesn’t leave your skin feeling tight. It comes with a pump spray so that you can spritz your face allowing it to dry on your skin after cleansing. Must have had a duff bottle though as my pump failed after a couple of uses. Still loved it so much that I used it on cotton wool pads instead – to the very last drop. Containing cucumber and arnica this Dermalogica Multi- Active Toner costs £27.30.
I resisted the hype as long as I could and then I got sucked in after I tried this sample size Benefit They’re Real Mascara. A brilliant mascara that surpirsingly was further improved by using the Benefit The’re Real Primer Mascara underneath. The primer mascara costs £18.50 here and the mascara is £19.50 here.
So I’m pretty proud of myself for using up things and not going out and spending on more new things! There are definitely one or two things here that I’ll miss though and can see myself repurchasing. Are there any of your favourites here?
Some products in this post were gifted for review and it contains affiliate links.