Long time, to talk! I am genuinely sorry about that, but I am just so busy right now that I barely have a minute or two to sit down and breathe after all, so I neglected my blog a whole lot which I never meant to but oh well, sometimes life doesn't go how you want it to, right? I am now trying to at least schedule two or three posts every weekend that go up throughout the week then, so fingers crossed this is going to work out!
Anway, I have
of course accumulated a shedload of empty products while I was gone from the bloggingsphere and I thought I would give you some mini reviews on them!
Oh my gawd, I cannot tell you how much I love this shampoo! I picked it up earlier this year after my hairstylist had used it on me and I can tell you, it is a beaut. It lathers up very well (a little bit goes a long way here) and makes your hair feel so smooth without weighing it down. It is a bit pricey, but so worth it for me!
A brilliant hydrating conditioner, it smoothes my ends and makes my hair feel very soft. I bought the full size and am still using it at the moment, but I will keep this mini container as it's so handy for traveling.
SKIN & BODY CARE
A nice cleansing gel I once got in a sample size. I found it quite stripping though, I currently prefer cream cleansers especially with fall/winter coming right up because they are more moisturizing.
Another mini size I once bought for traveling. It cleanses my skin very nicely, but since I need some spot fighting ingredients, this just didn't cut it for me. I'd highly recommend it for normal skin types or generally for anyone that's looking for a fuss-free, gentle face wash!
Isana Creme Dusche Aloe Vera
Not much to say about this one, it's a basic shower gel that did the job, but I would not repurchase as the scent was rather 'blah' and it wasn't particularly moisturizing either.
I always rave about these Garnier body lotions because they are oh so moisturizing and keep your skin penetrated for longer than your normal body lotion does. This gel creme is a lighter formula, but just as amazing as the original one.
It's a nice toothpaste, I didn't see much of a whitening effect on my teeth though. I have very sensitive teeth and Sensodyne really helped me!
Essence Caring Nail Oil
I have so much unconditional love for this little thing, it keeps my cuticles and nails soft and healthy and it smells like apricots --need I say more? Oh maybe that I repurchased and still use it every single day without fail.
I'm not fussy about nail polish remover, I however tend to buy the more hydrating one (previously green packaging, now lilac). It helps with brittle nails and has been the only one I use for a year now?
What products have you emptied lately?