30 December 2012

December Empties!

The end of the year is here, I can't believe 2012 is almost over!Even though it is the end of the year it is also the end of December, so here are my empty products that I finished this month.


The quality of this picture is so poor, I really didn't like it but my room is just awful for taking pictures, especially now it is so dark so early and I'm working during the day; sorry!

I finally finished my No7 Beautiful Skin Hot Cloth Cleanser, read my review on this here. I was rather happy to see the end of this as it meant I could open the much raved about Liz Earle Cleanse and Polish. This cost £10 at the time, of which with the vouchers it cost me just £5, a wonderful price to get me started in these types of cleansers.

The Soap and Glory Greatest Scrub Of All...sorry I don't agree, it didn't do anything spectacular for me at all so I won't be re-buying this, at £9 I expected something much better. I definitely prefer the other Soap and Glory scrub which is Scrub Your Nose In It, plus it is cheaper at £7.50. I have a tube of this at home so I'll bring it back with me to university to finish off.

I was gutted to run out of the Soap and Glory Breakfast Scrub; it has to be my all time favourite product by Soap and Glory. I will be re-buying this as soon as Christmas is over, I simply adore it. The smell is truly incredible, as well as it being a pretty great scrub to boot! At £9.50 it really isn't that cheap but my oh my in my opinion it is worth it!

The Simple Soothing Eye Balm finally made it to my empties post. This product did its job for me; it was soothing at night and lovely for waking up tired eyes in the morning. I probably will buy this again as it only costs £3.99, especially if I need something cheap and cheerful, however I do have quite a few eye products to use up first.

The John Frieda Sheer Blonde leave in nourishing spray was again something I was happy to be finishing as I found it didn't do that much for my hair, other than to make it more easy to brush after having washed it. I have tried previously the Aussie leave in conditioner which I think does a much better job however, I'm pretty sure Aussie is not cruelty free so I try to not buy their products anymore. This product costs £5.89 which is pretty good as the bottle lasted me a long time.

Lastly I have finally finished the Soap and Glory Girligo Body Moisturising Mist. I seem to have got through quite a bit of Soap and Glory this month! This product was ok; I'm not a huge fan of anything in spray bottles I've decided, not moisturisers anyway. I wouldn't re-buy this in the future I'm afraid as this type of moisturiser is just not my cup of tea, it smelt nice and worked to an extent but it was nothing fantastic for me. This costs £6.50 which is rather reasonable as it lasts quite a long while from my experience.
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  1. Great empties. I love the S&G breakfast scrub as well. Too bad the other products you used by them this month weren't as pleasing.

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    1. That Breakfast Scrub is just too darn good, I'm buying another pronto!

      Not everything by them stands out as fantastic for me, they're still great products I just find myself preferring other things :) xx

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  2. i neeeeed the john frieda spray xxx

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    1. You should grab yourself a bottle, quite a decent price I thought x

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  3. I'm forever having to replenish my soap. And glory products, love them!

    http://Heidi-likes.blogspot.co.uk

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    1. I feel a trip to Boots coming on very soon here Heidi! xx

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  4. I loved this post - such a good idea to review beauty buys! I do like S&G products, they smell amazing and the packaging always makes me laugh - a bonus in the morning! Haven't tried the breakfast scrub so will have to give it a go!

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    1. Thank you :)

      Yeh their packaging is a huge pull factor as it is rather unique! You have to try the Breakfast Scrub, so far it is my all time favourite :) xx

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