Repurchase? Maybe. I'll always pick these up when they're free with magazines (as this one was!) and I'm considering ordering a couple as well.
Boots Cotton Wool Double Faced Round Pads One of those boring essentials that I seem to get through with predictable monotony, these do the job just fine in with eye make-up remover, micellar water, toner and nail polish remover. What more can I say!?
The Body Shop Almond Body Butter This is a regular amongst my Empties posts and one I absolutely adore; as far as I'm concerned, smelling like marzipan is pretty much living the dream! Unfortunately I've been unable to find this to stock up and I'm now down to my last tub... Sob!!
Repurchase? In a heartbeat, if I can ever find it again!
BiC Soleil Lady Shave Gel I bought this for my weekend away last September as it was small enough for hand luggage, and have been trying to use it up ever since. Whilst it did the job in terms of shaving my legs, it left them horribly dry and itchy, worse than I can remember experiencing with any other product. Not for me!
The Body Shop Camomile Silky Cleansing Oil I promise I'm not employed by The Body Shop! I just genuinely enjoy using their products and this is another one which has slotted beautifully in my routine, I'll be sorry to see it go. It smells gorgeous and works really well to dissolve and remove the last traces of make-up, oil and general grime from my skin at the end of the day; I use it as a second cleanse after removing the bulk of my make-up with a micellar water and it's been working well for me. It's also lasted amazingly well, like about eight months.
Dr Organic+ Olive Oil Body Scrub This has been a really nice product to have in the shower for a good old scrub of my limbs; it's left my legs feeling super smooth without being dry, tight or irritated. The formula is actually pretty spot on, leaving my skin feeling hydrated due to the oils, but without a sticky residue. It's hard to explain but I did really like this scrub!
Repurchase? Maybe, though I'd like to try other Dr Organic+ ranges! I'm also currently using the scrub from The Body Shop's Chocomania range which is amazing.
Repurchase? Yes, although I'm not sure which fragrance yet.
Mitchum Advanced Powder Fresh Roll-On Deodorant This is an essential for me and it's the only deodorant I buy - for the simple reason that it's the only one that works for me! There's no pretty way of putting it but I sweat pretty easily and especially in a job like mine (I'm a carer), it's so important to me to have a good deodorant.
Repurchase? Already have.
The Body Shop Argan Body Butter This 50ml tub was actually a freebie for renewing my Love Your Body membership, and I've really enjoyed using it. The Argan range isn't one I'd tried previously but I found this body butter really thick and luxurious, and whilst the scent was overridingly Shea, it still smelt beautiful. I'd definitely consider buying this one again, and others from the Argan line.
The Body Shop Rainforest Radiance Hair Butter I'm not too sure how I ended up with the coloured hair version of this hair butter but that's beside the point; I was pretty unimpressed with this. Although it smelt beautiful, it didn't really feel like it did much for my hair, which is super dry at the ends. It drank this up like nobody's business but didn't really seem to feel any better for it.
Repurchase? No, although I'd try the Rainforest Moisture version for dry hair to see if that suits me any more.
Crabtree & Evelyn Citron Honey & Coriander Ultra Moisturising Hand Therapy This was a freebie in a Boots 3 for 2 offer and I was actually surprised by how much I liked it; aside from the lovely citrussy scent, it had a really nice light texture which absorbed readily and left my hands feeling hydrated. It was actually perfect to keep in my pocket at work for on-the-go hand moisturisation!
So that's another nice little lot for the recycling! I used to be so bad at having four or five of the same type of product open at once, but for the last year or so I've been finding it quite satisfying to use one product at once until it's finished, before starting a new one. Do you like to use beauty products one by one, or are you more of an options kind of person? Have you tried any of these products?