Monday 31 March 2014

March Empties

Earlier today I posted my March Favourites post which you can see here, so this evening I am following it up with my March Empties. At the beginning of the year, when I first started my blog I vowed to use up many of the products I had laying around collecting dust. Mainly because the more space I had, the sooner I could buy more stuff to fill those draws again.

I don't have much in the form of empties this month. First up is the Ted Baker Bath Foam. This bubble bath smells floral and fruity plus it creates lots of lovely bubbles! This was a birthday present that I've just used up and one that I'll be looking for again next time I am in Boots as I'm a sucker for Ted Baker body products. 

Next we have everyone's favourite, Soap & Glory! Off Your Face was inside a Christmas Gift set I picked up in the sales and as much as I know face wipes aren't very good for your skin, they're bloody handy to have. These wipes weren't too wet, didn't leave my face feeling to dry and they had a fresh, tea tree scent that I thought made my skin feel a bit cleaner. I also used up a mini pot of Flake Away to scrub my winter legs away, again with all S&G products this smells amazing, and it's not too rough as you would expect from some exfoliaters. 

I also used up VO5 Nourish My Shine shampoo and conditioner. I've had these going a while and finally finished them off. I've never been that interested in VO5 until they had their re-brand. Show me a pink or white iridescent bottle and I'm sold. I love this set, they leave my hair feeling really clean and they smell so girly. Plus you can usually pick them up for around £1 each which is a bargain! 

Lastly is Simple Anti-Wrinkle Eye Cream, this was another product that I've had on the go for a while. It's quite soothing to the eye area but where I don't have any wrinkles around my eyes just yet, I didn't notice a difference. I picked this up as I just need an eye cream to use and this was all that was on the shelf in my local chemist. I wouldn't buy this again but I can't knock Simple for skincare, they're one of the best cheaper alternatives around. 

Thanks for reading lovely people.

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