There are few beauty task I find more mundane than moisturising my whole body, I mean I am fairly tall, not the skinniest and there is a lot of skin to cover therefore it’s a task that I usually safe just for the hotter month. I’m quite lucky that I don’t have particularly dry skin on my body but especially since I do like fake tan moisturising is something I am trying to add into my routine.

This year I’ve found these Spray Moisturisers which make the whole process much easier and quicker. Vaseline Spray & Go and Palmer’s Cocoa Butter Rapid Moisture are the two I have been using and have fallen in love with. They are light, soak in quickly, smell great and most of all are easy to use. Vaseline Spray and Go is available in Aloe Fresh, Cocoa Radiance and Essential; I’ve been using Essential but will be picking up Aloe Fresh to use on holiday as an aftersun. Palmer’s Rapid Moisture also comes in Natural Bronze, with added gradual tan for those who are looking for a quick to apply light tan (I haven’t tried it.)

They are both great product but would recommend the Palmer’s if you are looking for a little extra moisture and the Vaseline Aloe Fresh is a summer must-have.

Vaseline Spray & Go and Palmer’s Rapid Moisture  retail for £4.99

Have you tried a spray Moisturisers? Are you good at keeping up with body moisturising?

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I was having a think about Cult Status Beauty products, this real beauty industry favourites and trying to work out what I have also personally fallen in love with. I have picked my favourite inexpensive products that are not only loved by me but also most of the beauty world.

Weleda Skin Food (Available here)
This isn’t a product I use daily but it is one I always have on hand if my skin is feeling particularly dry. It’s filled with organic sunflower seed oil and extracts of wild pansy, camomile and more. I particularly like this in the winter when my skin is fighting with the wind and cold.

L’Oreal True Match (Available here)
Dubbed as a dupe for Armani Luminous silk I would argue this is one of the best foundations you can buy for under £10. It’s a perfect medium coverage that can be both built up and sheered out, it’s the perfect everyday foundation.

Bourjois Magic Nail Polish (Available here)
Although this isn’t a necessity product it sure makes life easier, remove your nail polish in a couple of second and no need to faff about with cotton wool. (They also do a toe version now)

Soap & Glory Smoothie Scrub (Available here)
My holy grail scrub, I am able to remove all of my fake tan without it leaving me red-raw. It leaves my skin looking silky smooth and feeling amazing, I’m currently all out and I feel like I have lost a leg- it’s really that good.

Batiste Dry Shampoo (Available here)
I’ve searched high and low for a product as good as this and although I think I have found a good rival (more on that another day) this is still number one. I would say I have been using this for about 8 years (gosh, that sounds crazy!) and even if I go find something I like just as much I can’t see this going anywhere. It’s great to keep greasy roots at bay, adding volume as well as texture or simply giving fine hair a bit more grip.

L’Oreal Elnett Hairspray (Available here)
This one goes without saying, it’s the best. Shame about the smell.

Liz Earle Cleanse & Polish (Available here)
I wasn’t sure if this could be included in my ‘budget’ favourites and it’s the only product that retails for over £10 but since you can get a 50ml Starter kit for just £9.25 and cleansers tend to be far more expensive I thought I could justify it here. The Liz Earle Cleanse and Polish Cleanser has won 100 awards (congratulations Liz Earle!) which speaks for itself. If you’re looking to take your skincare back to basics, starting to get into cleansers or simply looking for a fabulous everyday cleanser then this is the product for you.

Vaseline Spray & Go (Available here)
This is a relatively new release which has everyone singing it’s praises, it’s light, quick and easy- every lazy girl’s (me!) dream.

Real Technique Brushes (Available here)
Good brushes were the one thing that I could never afford as a teenager and now I find myself automatically attracted and in-love with the Real Technique Brushes which are affordable yet high quality, I just wish these were around years ago.

Barry M Nail Polishes (Available here)
This is anther product that I have loved for years, for under £4 you can pick up a Nail Paint or Gelly Nail Effect polish which has a good colour selection and great formula/finish.

Which cult beauty products have I missed out? Have you tried any of my top picks? 
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This month I have really started to try new products more than ever and have found some really great products from inexpensive products to slightly higher end products.

The two foundations I have been loving are Armani Luminous Silk and L’oreal True Match. There is obviously a huge price difference but they are quite similar although the L’oreal may be slightly more matte. I adore the Luminous Silk as it gives the perfect finish (although I suspect it may be breaking me out) but for a fraction of the price L’Oreal is a great alternative. I especially like using the True Match foundation as I like to apply foundation with the Real Technique sponge which does naturally soak up a little bit of product so a less expensive product is better in my opinion.

As a concealer/highlighter I’ve been loving the Maybelline Eraser Eye Concealer as it doesn’t look cakey at all and is perfect for bringing light to the face. To set it all I’ve been using the new Benefit Porefessional Agent Anti-shine before contouring with the B Cosmetics Contour Kit which is surprisingly good. I have also rediscovered Angel Lipstick by Mac which is the perfect pale pink!

Other favourites are the Vaseline Spray & Go and the Soap & Glory Smoothie Body Butter which has helped me keep my resolution to always moisturise. I was also pleasantly surprised by how much I love Bumble and bumble Pret-a-powder, not only does it smell amazing but it’s great at plumping up the hair without being sticky. The Orly Won’t Chip top coat has also been a great addition, the ultimate top coat for super glossy and polished nails.

What have your favourites been this month?

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One of my few resolutions this year was to use moisturisers. I feel like an awful beauty blogger saying this but it is often a step I like to skip but it’s incredibly important especially in the current cold temperatures!

Vaseline Spray & Go £4.99
This has to be my number one go-to moisturiser at the moment and I can’t see myself ever living without it not. In the winter the last thing I want to do is strip down in the cold to cream myself but this makes the process super quick and easy, a couple of sprays here, there and everywhere. Rub it in super quick and get dressed and back into bed. Simple but effective, keeps my body hydrated in record time. I have actually been using this every night which is such an achievement for me!

Soap & Glory Smoothie Star Body Buttercream £10.50
I adore the smell of this product, nothing beats it! It smells of Pistachio, Almond and vanilla but also has nourishing oils. I use this one in the morning after a bath as it is perfect for legs and all over the body. Although it is quite heavily scented I wouldn’t say it lingers for too long. I have heard there is a Body Milk to go with this which I’m hoping smells the same!

The Body Shop Body Butter £13
An all time favourite that both my mother and I have been using for years and years are The Body Shop Body Butters. I personally don’t mind what scent I use but always reach for it when I need intensive moisturisers, specifically on my legs as it adds a nice sheen but isn’t greasy.

Jurlique Enriching Body Cream
If I need something to carry around either because I feel my skin is particularly dry and I have my arms out or simply for a weekend away I’ve been loving the Jurlique Enriching Body Cream. It’s in a travel friendly, light, squeezy bottle and isn’t too heavy so nice to apply on the go, even as hand cream.

What is your favourite body moisturiser in the colder months?

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