Sunday, 28 October 2012

Weekend Pamper Mini Reviews

1. The Body Shop Banana Shampoo £4.50
I have been using this shampoo for a while and although I like the smell I really don't rate it highly. I don't use the conditioner which I know lots of people rave about but the shampoo leaves my hair dry and very, very knotty.

2. Neom Organic Bath Foam £20
I was super excited to try this as I love Neom and this smells amazing! It is SLS free as you would expect from Neom so there aren't quite as many bubbles as I would usually like but there are also no nasties! It is perfect if you are having a real me day or having trouble sleeping as the scent is so relaxing. At £20 it is quite pricey but is the perfect indulgence or great gift too.

3.Kiehls Ultra Facial Moisturiser £24
I really think Kiehls is pretty expensive although they so have some amazing products, this product is okay but I think it simply takes too long to sink in to the skin so I can't really use it as a day cream.

4. Balmi Lip Balm £4.99
This is attached to my keys and I love it! It isn't really the most hydrating product but I do think it is really practical and I would replace it if I ever lost it. (It also makes finding your keys easier)

5. Fresh Brown Sugar Eau de Parfum $80
This is compeltely unlike any other perfume I have, it is very citrusy with lemon and tangerine notes as well as having slight vanilla notes. Might not be to everyones taste but worth a sniff if you are looking for something a little different.

6. Stylfile S Buffer £4.99
I'm in two minds about this as I do think it is a good quality buffer but I don't see how the S shape really helps and it's a little over priced to.

7.Philip Kingsley Daily Damage Defence £22.50
I have been using this for quite a few months now on a daily basis as I don't use a traditional conditioner. It helps remove any knots and keeps it looking hydrated and healthy without weighing it down. I would highly recommend this for anyone with fine hair. I would say it is a little expensive but worth every penny.

8. Elizabeth Arden Visible Difference Gentle Hydrating Cleanser £17
This is a really nice cleanser gentle cleanser with only a light scent, it leaves my skin clean without stripping it. I rate this quite highly although I do need quite a bit.

What pampering products are you currently using?

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11 comments:

  1. I thought exactly the same about the Stylefile...just seems a bit gimmicky to me!

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  2. Some lovely goodies here girly! :) Love your blog, following you!

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    xx

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  3. Shame about the banana shampoo - ive never tried it but im intrigued by the scent!

    Must get myself a Balmi lip balm too.. theyre so cute :) xx

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  4. I love my Balmi and my S shaped file... I've never tried the buffer though xx

    Tor @That's Peachy Fashion & Beauty Blog

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  5. I really wanted to try the stylfile but I'm not sure what the whole 's' shape is about, how does it help?

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  6. Nice collection, i loved it.

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  7. Such a shame the Banana Shampoo does not work well for you, it must smell so yummy!

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  8. oh these all sound lovely ! xx
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  9. Great post and amazing collection.you have a unique blog. i like it.

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  10. I really want to try the banana shampoo - I've heard its good for a really deep cleanse which is probably why it knots your hair!

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