Saturday, 19 April 2014

Top Notch Products


I've been trying for ages to give these products an into they deserve but I just couldn't do them justice. These beauties help me so much, the Scholl Dry Skin Recovery Cream and Soap and Glory The Righteous Butter are both repurchases showing how much love I have for them. The Elizabeth Arden Eight Hour Cream has been with me for over a year and although I have to admit I sometimes forget about it, I come back to it and every time I do I remember how good it is.

Scholl Dry Skin Recovery Cream is just so good, I get really dry and horrible feet (I know it's not a nice subject but I bet the majority of people don't have nice feet and if they do they give a lot of care and attention to their tootsies) I use this at night around my heels and the balls of my feet as well as my toes if they're a bit dry. After a couple of weeks of use my feet feel as soft as a baby's bottom and then I forget to stop putting this cream on them and they go back to how they were, I really must stop doing this!

I don't know what to say about Soap and Glory The Righteous Butter, it's just so lovely, it has a really nice smell but not too over powering, when rubbed into my legs and arms it just sinks in and doesn't leave a sticky feeling, I have nothing bad to say about it, if you don't have it, you need to go out and get it! Now!!

Tresemme Instant Refresh Dry Shampoo is the best I've tried, it doesn't leave a white powder like some other brands. Instant Refresh just makes my hair look so much better when it's looking a bit down in the dumps and just gives it a bit of life.

The Body Shop Aloe Lip Care is my go to product when my lips are a bit sore, just a squidge on my lips, massage it in a bit with my finger to start it's magic then in a couple of hours my lips with be all soft and back to normal again.

And last but not least Elizabeth Arden Eight Hour Cream is such a versatile product, I use it to tame my eyebrows, on my eczema, it's such an all rounder. Last night my eyelids were a bit sore so I put a bit on there and now they're back to normal. The Eight Hour Cream is a bit on the pricey side but I've still got loads of it left after having it for over a year so it's an investment well worth making.

What are your go to products?

Ta ta for now!

6 comments:

  1. May have to try these out!
    Would love if you could check out my blog if you get a chance!
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    1. Thanks for reading my blog, I'll go and have a read of yours now
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  2. Haha, I'm exactly the same when it comes to moisturising my feet. I keep it up for a week or two, then forget about it and end up back at square one.

    Laura x | Life and Lipstick

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    1. Thanks for reading and commenting. I always forget about my feet, I shouldn't though, I think getting into a routine is quite a good idea

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  3. I bought my mum Elizabeth Arden's 8 Hour Cream and she really likes it - sounds like something I may have to get for myself. I've also heard lots of good things about The Body Shop's Aloe Lip Care - Essiebutton said she's a big fan - I know it must be great for sore lips, but how is it for lips that are chapped as well? x

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    1. It's such an all rounder product that just seems to be able to do everything! I would recommend it to anyone! Well worth the money. I got the aloe lip care because Essiebutton said it worked so well for her, it's pretty good for any lip problems but I found working it into your lips makes it work a lot better. Thanks for reading my blog! X

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