29 November 2012

November Empties!



I have a Batiste can every month; I'm not going to harp on about them anymore, other than to say I cannot live without the stuff. Ok that's probably a slight exaggeration...or is it?

I've finally managed to use up my Palmer's Cocoa Butter which has allowed me to open up my Soap and Glory Body Butter, yay!! I enjoyed using Palmer's though, despite it being more of a moisturiser than a butter which I tend to dislike. It smells really good and has some really nice skin benefits, plus, as far as I'm aware Palmer's is cruelty free.

I've used up my third bottle of The Body Shop Camomile Gentle Eye Make-up Remover and I'm now on to my fourth. I really like using this product, read my review here! However, I do find that I would like to try something new in terms of eye makeup remover so suggestions are welcome.

I finished my two moisturisers, my day and night cream by the No7 Beautiful Skin range. I enjoyed using these in conjunction together, however at the moment I've decided that I will not repurchase as I want to try some new products.

I finished one of my bottles of John Frieda which I think this particular one has to be my favourite. I have the lightening one also which I'm afraid to say I do not like as I found that it made my hair a funny yellow colour at the roots. However this one is lovely and I shall be re-purchasing now that I know that John Frieda is cruelty free.

Dove however is not cruelty free which sure is a shame as I quite liked this product.
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  1. I really want to try that version of batiste, the packaging is so nice x

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    1. You need to try it next Hayley, it is my favourite :) x

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  2. As if Dove aren't cruelty free! In fairness, I never really think about it when I'm shopping - I guess I'm naive and just assume it's a 'given', really.

    Lovely post :- )

    Xx. Emma @ ever--so.blogspot.co.uk

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    1. I know, I was surprised too, I've always thought Dove to be so nice and caring...so much for that :/ xx

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  3. I love the Batiste lace dry shampoo :) xx

    http://belle-amiebeauty.blogspot.co.uk/

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    1. Me too, it is my favourite of the range :) xx

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  4. I've heard so many great reviews about Taaj Micellaire Water Makeup Remover :) maybe that would be worth a try!

    issymushroom.blogspot.com

    xx

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    1. oooo yes I had forgotten about that one. I might look it up and see if it is cruelty free, thank you for reminding me Issy :)

      xx

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  5. I've got the No7 Night Cream, I don't use it every night though I am terrible with skincare stuff haha! Also I've been hearing things about Boots not being cruelty free anymore... wahh I don't know :( I am in need of a new eye makeup remover so I am off to read your review after this comment! I'd like to try the Neal's Yard one but it's like £10 so quite pricey :( xx

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    1. I have heard similar things, something about paying for outside testing :/
      Only the last week I've heard it which is slightly annoying as I purchased a No7 nail varnish in Edinburgh.

      I might have to do some digging! Yeh, £10 is pricey but I'm beginning to realise that even though it's expensive in one go they tend to last quite a while so maybe it's a nice treat for a few months :)

      xx

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    2. Oh and thank you for the suggestion! :) xx

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  6. new follower! love you blog

    tobebioacaseofbeauty.blogspot.it

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