Nip + Fab Glycolic Scrub Fix, £6.63 | (Maybe a minor cheat on price there as its RRP is £9.99, but obviously I'd wait for a similar offer before purchasing!) Not only does this stuff smell amazing but it also works really well, offering chemical exfoliation with Glycolic and Salicylic Acids as well as physical exfoliant grains. I use this two-three times per week and it works wonders for brightening up my complexion. I could probably live without it but I don't think I want to. Review here.
The Body Shop Coconut Body Butter, £6 | This has snuck up in price at some point which annoys me! I'm going with the smaller 50ml size to save funds even though the 200ml jars are obviously way better value for money... Desperate times, I'm trying to make my £20 stretch!! A good body butter is a must for me with my eczema so I'm justifying this extravagance. Also I love the coconut scent.
Botanics All Bright Cleansing Foam Wash, £1.99 | (Another semi-cheat, RRP £3.99) Ideally I'd like two cleansers (an oil and a gel) but beggars can't be choosers! This one smells lovely and does an alright job at removing make-up so I could manage with just this, at a push! If I have to use this alone I'd definitely do two cleanses if I've been wearing make-up. Review here.
7th Heaven Dead Sea Mud Pac, £1 | It's been ages since I've used one of these sachet face masks but this one sounds quite nice! It does confuse me that Montagne Jeunesse are now called 7th Heaven (apparently it confuses Boots, too) but I remember rather liking their masks last time I used them, so I'd give this one a go!
I've got 80p left at this point so I'd probably see if I could find anything on clearance (remember these 20p Essie polishes I got!?) or, if not, I'd most likely spend it on chocolate, let's be honest... How would you spend your last £20? I'd love to hear!
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