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May Empties

I've been a bit quiet on the interweb recently. I'm counting down the days until I go away and I have loads of stuff to get sorted! I have spent a fortune on some pretty new things though so expect a few haul posts very soon! 

Bioderma Crealine 500ml - I ordered this on ebay back in February and I am definitely converted. This stuff is amazing and I've already repurchased it. I almost got the 100ml version to take on holiday but it wasn't feasible as the lids aren't refillable.

Soap & Glory Thick & Fast - I got this in the Soap and Glory christmas bundle and probably wouldn't have tried it otherwise. I'm really impressed with it and would try it again. I had to throw this one out because I had an eye infection that wouldn't go away.

Boots Mango Body Butter - I love mango and the Boot's ones are good dupes for the Body Shop body butters!

Ayuuri Body Wash - This came in a Glossybox and was nice but not something that i'd rush out to get again.

Classics Nail Varnish Remover - Cheap but it does the job :)

No7 Beautiful Skin Day Cream - This tiny tube has lasted me ages and i'm still going on the night cream. I got it in a set for Christmas and will definitely consider buying it when there's an offer on at Boots. I have plenty of other day creams to work my way through for the time been!

Murad Eye Cream - Another Glossybox product, I liked this. A good eye cream to me is one that doesn't sting my eyes and that's rare so this one is a winner, I can't justify paying £57 for the full size though!

Benefit It's Potent Eye Cream - I love Benefit but unfortunately this irritated my eyes so I didn't try it out properly.

Blend Collective Hand Cream - The product itself seemed very moisturising but the scent was a bit too plant like for me.

Eucerin Products - This is a new range that we are going to be stocking where I work so I got to try a few samples. The foot cream is good; there maybe more updates on this range in the future.

Beauty Junky Face Mask 

Rituals Body Cream



  1. Great May empties Ms. Tasha! :) That Bioderma is so intriguing!


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