Beauty Product Empties #3

Beauty Product Empties #3
I’m feeling very pleased with myself this morning as I introduce the 3rd instalment of my beauty product empties here on BBA. I've continued to restrain myself from splurging in the aisles of Boots and as a result I’ve been finishing beauty products far more frequently. So it’s about time I give you the lowdown on what I’ve finished and let you know if they are worthy of a repurchase.

The Body Shop Tea Tree Body Wash £6.00
The Body Shop Tea Tree range is by far my favourite of the Body Shop’s offerings. Along with my trusty Tea Tree Oil, the Body Shop Tea Tree Body Wash is a product I frequently repurchase. The gel body wash is my go-to for removing post workout grime and helps to keep any pesky body blemishes at bay. For best lathering results, I like to squeeze a little onto my body polisher and work all over my body. You can read more about The Body Shop Tea Tree Range here. 

Champneys Spa Indulgence Exotic Retreat Shower Cream £8.00
I’m sad to say I have finally come to the end of my Champneys Spa Shower Cream. Featured in my May Beauty Favourites, this shower cream containing coconut milk and mango butter cleansers, leaves my skin soft to touch and smells simply divine. It lathers up well, with or without a body polisher and has helped to calm my Keratosis Pilaris, which has been at rife in current heat wave here in the UK. It goes without saying I will be picking up another bottle. 

Champneys Spa Indulgence Distant Shores Body Scrub £10.00
Having been impressed with the Champneys Spa Shower Cream & Body Butter, I soon after purchased the body scrub and I wasn’t left disappointed. Unlike other body scrubs I have tried, it has a gel-like texture and doesn’t leave an oily residue on the skin. I like that it isn’t too abrasive - it’s just right. It smells yummy, which is down to it’s blend of grapefruit, lemon and orange peel oils and mango and passion fruit extracts (*thumbs up*). Another product to add to my Boots shopping list! 

Moroccanoil Extra Volume Shampoo And Conditioner £42.25
Come payday I will be gritting my teeth as I treat myself to full sized Moroccanoil Extra Volume Shampoo & Conditioner. I’m hooked. Not only on the scent, but the fact this stuff really works. Moroccan oil offers volume from the roots without weighing it down. It’s also super nourishing and leaves my hair more manageable. It is by far the best shampoo and conditioner I’ve had the pleasure of sharing my shower with. 

The Body Shop Camomile Silky Cleansing Oil £10.00
Bad packaging aside, The Body Shop Camomile Silky Cleansing Oil is one to try this month. Massaged onto dry skin, this cleanser turns into a milky oil, treating and cleansing the skin. Its effortless and inexpensive and my favourite drugstore cleanser to date. Read my full review here

Vichy Aqualia Thermal Dynamic Hydration Power Serum £22.50
Thanks to Sali Hughes I have found the product to battle skin dehydration. One pump onto cleansed skin does the trick. It immediately takes away that tight feeling, leaving my skin plumper and visibly smoother. It can be used alone, or before moisturiser and yes, I instantly bought another bottle. It has achieved holy-grail status in my skincare lineup! You can read my full review here

Simple Kind To Skin Micellar Cleansing Water £4.49
Here in the UK we’re now spoilt for choice when choosing micellar water. Near enough every skincare brand offers cleansing water and with that in mind, I decided to try something new. I had high hopes for the Simple Kind To Skin Micellar Cleansing Water. And unfortunately I was left a little disappointed. Not only is the product overpriced costing £4.49 for 200ml, it didn’t remove my makeup as well as the likes of the Garnier Micellar Water. Whilst making my way through this bottle (rather quickly) I opted to use the ALDI 3 in 1 Facial Cleansing Wipes, which I much preferred.

What products have you finished up recently? 
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