Tresemmé Split Remedy Conditioner:
- There's two main reasons why I like Tresemmé conditioners; 1. They're very good at getting rid of even the toughest of tangles and leaving my hair silky smooth, and 2. The bottle is huge! At the rate I go through conditioner (notice that there's two conditioners and no shampoo bottles in this post..?) this is a godsend because otherwise it feels like I end up going to Boots every other week to buy more! I'm not particularly bothered which range within Tresemmé I buy because they all perform very similarly, but I'm not a huge fan of the Keratin line.

Bioderma Sensibio Micellar Water:
- An oldie but a goodie, and something I have gone through countless bottles of. I bought this mini size to bring with me to Madrid, so it's lasted well. I also like the Hydrabio version, but they don't usually have that in the mini bottles. My only gripe is that you can't remove the top and refill it - so annoying!

NARS Smudge Proof Eyeshadow Base:
- A cult favourite, but something that never really wowed me. I don't know why, I just never found myself amazed by it's performance. I used it up, it was okay, but I don't really understand why it's so popular. I guess it's because I only really use bases with colour to them, so a clear one wan't very exciting to me as I don't really suffer from major creasing/fading issues with my eyeshadow.

The Body Shop Wild Rose Hand Cream:
- This has to be one of my favourite hand creams ever! It smells amazing, moisturises nicely and lasted ages - about a year or so! Towards the end it didn't seem to blend in quite as nicely, it almost felt a bit sticky? That might be due to how long I'd had it though. 

Vaseline Spray & Go Body Moisturiser:
- Another favourite, and something I'm looking forward to repurchasing when I'm back in the UK. I'm super lazy when it comes to moisturising, yet my dry skin desperately needs it so this is a huge winner in my book. I love all the scents, but I think my favourite is probably the Aloe Vera because it's just so refreshing!

The Body Shop Vitamin E Intense Moisture Cream:
- Boy I love the Vitamin E range from The Body Shop, and this is no exception. In fact, this is probably my favourite moisturiser from the range - it's great for dry, sensitive skin like mine as it calms your skin and delivers deep hydration. Definitely on the repurchase list when I've got through some of the other lotions and potions I have lying around.

Avéne Eau Thermal:
- Water in a spray? I know, not that impressive, but it doesn't stop me from wanting another bottle! I just love this in summer to cool me down, and in spring to help relieve any hay fever symptoms. I'm not particularly loyal to the Avéne spray, I'll buy any of them, but this one is nice.

L'Oreal Elvive Fibralogy Conditioner:
- This is something that I've been interested in since it's release, but unfortunately it's not really for me. I kind of knew that going in, as it's meant to help thicken your hair and I already have pretty thick locks, so for me this didn't make any difference. I wouldn't let this put you off though if you have thinner hair, as I have heard good things about it.

Bobbi Brown Smokey Eye Mascara:
- I've spoken about this mascara multiple times since I got it at Christmas time, and I have somewhat declared it as my favourite mascara of all time (perhaps even beating the Benefit They're Real mascara)! It does everything I want in a mascara - it thickens and adds volume to my lashes whilst providing a bit of length as well. I'm a huge fan of the brush as well - it's grippy, meaning that you can really get it into the roots and wiggle it around. Perfection.


  1. I love the Avene Spray, it's a staple in my summer skincare :)

    Kate xo //

  2. Really great favourites you've accumulated! I have the Hemp hand cream from the body shop and I love it! It feels so nice and moistursing, yet not overly greasy. I've heard so much about the BB Smokey eye mascara, it sounds amazing but sadly, out of my budget.

    Tasha // shiwashiful.

  3. I have to try that body shop hand cream!

    Ana Leote