Wednesday, 23 November 2016

Top 5 Winter Saviours

Vaseline Body Spray Burt's Bees Lush Salted Coconut Soap and Glory Body Scrub
1) Burt's Bees Lip Balm (£3.69 Boots) - My 'go to' lip balm. I currently own this in pink grapefruit which smells gorgeous. I find that once I apply this my lips feel really hydrated without feel greasy and that I don't have to reapply quite as often as with other lip balms. Burt's Bees lip balms come in a range of different scents containing different ingredients but all having the same nourishing effect.

Soap & Glory Sugar Crush Body Scrub

2) Soap & Glory Sugar Crush Body Scrub (£8 Boots) - I love a good course body scrub especially in the winter as my skin really dries out. I love the Soap & Glory sugar crush range as lime is easily one of my favourite scents and their body scrub definitely packs a punch. This scrub is a 'smashed brown body scrub' containing sea salt, sweet lime oil and almond oil. At the moment I'm using this once a week and after stepping out the shower I can't believe how soft my skin feels.

3) Vaseline Intensive Care Cocoa Spray Moisturiser (£3.50 Tesco) - Vaseline is a well known brand and this spray moisturiser is just genius. Not only is it great for hydrating my skin but it's a quick fix. I love using this when I've gotten out of the pool and don't want to be left shivering from the cold for ages. It absorbs into the skin really quickly and I'm not left feeling greasy or sticky. And as a bonus it has a nice light cocoa butter smell. 

Lush Salted Coconut Hand Scrub

4) Lush Salted Coconut Hand Scrub (£7.95 Lush) - My hands do not deal with winter well with my skin peeling and cracking. I stumbled across Lush salted coconut hand scrub not too long ago and I'm so glad that I did! It contains sea salt and coconut oil and after regular use and partnering with hand cream I've seen my hands become much softer and less prone to peeling.

5) Macadamia Oil Extract Hair Treatment (£1 Pound Shop) - I picked this up from the pound shop and I haven't looked back since. This hair mask is applied after shampoo and left in for 10 minutes. I honestly have not found anything else that leaves my hair feeling so soft and looking shiny and at only a quid it's an absolute steal!

6 comments:

  1. I love Macadamia hair treatments! I haven't tried that one your using but in general they leave your hair so nice and smooth! :)

    XO Nora / http://dreamerachiever.com

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  2. Those products look lovely. I enjoy hair treatments a lot. I didn't know that Macadamia was so good for you hair! I'm gonna try it out soon!

    xo Sabine www.sofarsosabine.com

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  3. Amazing products, gal! I've heard a lot of good things about Burt's Bees, but didn't have a chance to try it. I should definitely buy some of their products!

    Great post!
    Cheers, Eliza | www.fashion-confession.com

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  4. I've always wanted to try out that Salted Coconut from Lush! Glad to hear it's worth the hype :)

    ♥ Jasmin N
    Little Things With Jassy
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  5. Would love to try that scrub! Salt, lime oil and almond oil sound like a great combo!

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  6. I am curious about your hair treatment product. I think I really need to start using it for my broken hair.

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