May/June Empties


A joint month this time as I ran out of time in May and only used two products up!

Soap and Glory Calm One Calm All bubble bath
My family and friends all know me inside out and always buy me a batch of Soap and Glory products for Christmas and birthdays. This is one of my favourite products. It creates an amazing set of bubbles in such a little amount and has such a gorgeous sweet smell. It has the added bonus of having a built-in moisturiser so you come out feeling silky smooth. It really is the perfect for a long soak on a Sunday night before the working week starts again.

Batiste Original Dry Shampoo

Garnier Skin Naturals Moisture Match

I swiped this out of the beauty cupboard at work when I was running out of my No7 faithful. It really doesn't seem to last very long but I don't know if that's because I'm over generous. This particular one is suitable for normal to dry skin and I'm not really sure it's made a difference. It didn't make me break out - always a plus - but it didn't leave my skin feel brilliantly hydrated. It is a good size though to keep in your handbag should you require an emergency touch up when the dreaded dry skin appears.

Soap and Glory Girlgo Body Moisturising Mist

Yet another Soap and Glory gift. I use this straight after a shower on my arms to help keep them feeling soft. It works amazingly well and I really do notice the difference if I get lazy and don't apply it for a few days, It soaks in almost immediately and feels very lightweight on your skin. It's definitely a keeper!

Mark Hill Get Gorgeous Quick Fix Dry Shampoo

I received this in a goody bag when I popped along to a Boots event at the beginning of the year. All I can say is I'm very glad I didn't pay for it! It's very overpriced in my opinion and doesn't do nowhere near as good a job as Batiste does. It needs a lot of product to make a difference and towards the end of the day your hair is feeling greasy again. It was such a disappointment.


Sanctuary Body Butter

I much prefer butters over lotions and this one didn't disappoint. The lovely thick texture glides onto your skin and doesn't take an age to sink in. It's brilliant on dry patches such as knees and heels. The cocoa butter smell completely won me over and it'll definitely be something I'll be buying again.

Have you used any of these products?

12 comments:

  1. Ooh I;m glad to read about the Mark Hill dry shampoo! I've been thinking about getting it, but I don't think I'll bother now xx

    Gemma | ♥ Miss Makeup Magpie

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  3. Love your blog, beautiful work.

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  4. I've had the moisture mash before, it made my skin feel really dry and clammy! Kind of made it dry out, which is def isn't waht my skin needs!

    Corinne x
    www.skinnedcartree.com

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  5. great reviews!!


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  6. I had a sample of that Garnier moisturiser, thought it was quite nice but wish it had SPF in it! x

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  7. Thank you for these reviews! The Batiste dry shampoo is indeed the only good one. I had a Garnier one and thought that it might be just as good, but it was overpriced too. Didn't help anything! xx

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  8. I've been intrigued by the Garnier moisturiser range, I might pop to Boots and have a little look!

    Jennie xo | sailorjennie.com

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  9. i love your bio! so cute!
    you're actually tempting me to get a fringe as well...

    SIDE TRACKED! lovely post, as always xx

    girl from the third floor

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