I have never been so disappointed to finish a beauty product (as satisfying as it may be). Just before I finished the Liz Earle Energising Hip & Thigh Gel, I hopped online in the hope to reorder and found it had been discontinued! This Energising Hip & Thigh Gel worked wonders at getting rid of those aches and pains post workout. It was super cooling and left my skin feeling smoother, more hydrated and instantly tighter. I have since purchased the Nip+Fab’s Cellulite Fix Body Sculpting Gel, which is similar; you can read my review here.
2. The Body Shop Tea Tree Cool & Creamy Wash £5.00
After stating I wasn’t a cream cleanser fan in a recent post, I thought it would only be fair to give the Body Shop’s Tea Tree Cool & Creamy Wash a chance to shine. And although the formula didn’t irritate, reduced redness and left my pores visibly reduced, it didn’t wow me and for that reason I will not be repurchasing it.
3. Emma Hardie Amazing Face Moringa Cleansing Balm £38.00
I had been savouring the last of my Emma Hardie Moringa Cleansing Balm, really I should have finished it a long time ago and if I’m honest I had been hoarding it, as it wasn’t the cheapest cleanser. Nonetheless, this luxurious cleanser is simply wonderful. It is super nourishing and at the time really helped to restore my skin back to normality. Full review here.
4. MONDSS Underarm Wear £7.16*
Initially I wasn’t so sure what to make of the MONDSS Underarm Wear. But funnily enough I finished the box of what are in my opinion effectively sanitary towels for your armpits. Okay, so that probably hasn’t sold them to you! MONDSS are disposable pieces of self-adhesive underarm wear, which are applied directly to the skin. Really they are ingenious and stop anxious people like myself worrying about wearing a sheer shirt, or long sleeved dress. They are a little difficult to remove, but they are certainly effective and I have since been considering purchasing some more.
5. Victoria Secrets Coconut Passion Fragrance Mist
This coconut body mist is my favourite ever fragrance that doesn’t come in a glass bottle, or with the hefty price tag. The Victoria Secret Coconut Passion Fragrance Mist is undoubtedly one of the nicest smelling body mists I have ever had the delight of owning. It’s a winner and a scent that physically turns heads! Full review here.
6. The Body Shop Tea Tree Oil £7.00
I have raved and raved many a time about the Body Shop’s Tea Tree Oil. This bottle of oil can be used to treat acne; scaring and dandruff just to name a few and is an essential in my beauty stash. It’s the perfect targeted spot treatment and I have since repurchased another bottle.