Saturday, 16 January 2016

Empties | Part Two

empties one

In the past few months I have been trying to use up products that have been sitting around in my bathroom for months as there is nothing worst than having half used products everywhere. I have been getting into an awful habit of using a shower gel or a face wash just to 'try it out' and never finishing it as I always want to buy more. As you may remember in my New Year's post I want to consume less and actually use products I have. I have now separated my unopened products to my used products and I have banned myself from using my new things until I use up my old things. Perhaps as a result it will stop my shopping addiction!

empties three

Since the New Year I have surprised myself and have finished 6 bottles! As you can see I have a lot of Body Shop products and the first is the RainForest Moisture Hair Butter that claims to be luxuriously rich and intensive deep-conditioning treatment for soft, glossy and tangle-free hair. When I used this I felt like it didn't do anything for my hair and I only got two applications out of the 200ml tub which for £8.00 I think is a little expensive as I have tried hair masks from the pound shop that have worked better than this.

In the summer The Body Shop released a limited edition mojito range that smelt amazing and the body scrub was no exception! I really hope they re-release it again this summer! The scrub wasn't too harsh on the skin and it was lovely as it removed all dead, flakey skin so I had soft and smooth legs and arms.

Finally the honey bubble bath which had been in my bathroom longer than I care to admit (I have looked in store and the website and they don't seem to sell this anymore) but my gosh this was dreamy. It smelt like a sweet honey bath and the bubbles it created were incredible. It also left my skin feeling so soft and very hydrated.

empties two Last year for Christmas I got this lovely Ted Baker body wash. The only issue I had with it is that the gel was so thick that it was so tough to squeeze the product out. But it smelt nice nevertheless but it wasn't anything special.

I am always on the look out for new dry shampoos and when I picked up the Girls Only for Brown and Dark Brown hair from Tesco I had very low expectations as it was super cheap. However this has been absolutely amazing! It smells gorgeous and it really soaks up all the excess oil. I would go as far to say that this has been my favourite dry shampoo so far.

Lastly, I have been really enjoying using the Boots own brand tea tree toner. I just place the cotton pad over a spot and I have noticed when I do this it helps reduce the redness and clears up any infection. I have now re-purchased this again as I can't be without it.

I should expect there will be a few posts like this on my blog this year as it is the best feeling using up a whole bottle!

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