Friday, 30 June 2017

Summer beauty Products I enjoy using

Hi my loves, hope you all have had a great week , As the weather has been sizzling hot in the UK, I've found myself reaching for my summer must haves.

Clarins hydro Essentials Face Cream  {for very dry skin)  is hydrating cream that is applied day or night, if you have very dry skin then this cream works well to keep your skin moisturised throughout the day.
Just a quick note if your like me and unsure of you skin type or unsure if this product is for you head down to your local Clarins beauty representative they are great for offering advice and free samples for you to try out, and if you sign up to there mailing list they will send you an email  that explains how to use the product to get the best results.

Soap and Glory Glow Lotion is creamy lotions with a slight shimmer. applies to the body chest, legs and arms and it gives a lovely glow.

Maglicool is a cooling spray that will help to cool you down when your feeling a little over heated, it has a slight but fresh fragrance.

Soap and Glory Heel Genius what an amazing product it smells divine and a great product for keeping your feet soft and moisturised. Apply during the night slip on some socks and feel the lotion doing its work, you will soon have lovely refreshed feet all day.

Original Sprout Natural Shampoo I'm in love with this shampoo as its great for all members of the family, children and adults using organic products that are natural with no nasty chemicals and is 100% Vegan.

Bobby Brown Bronzer Pallet-  This pallet was formulated for the summer and consist of  a blush, bronzer and highlighter as I'm super busy, I just like the idea of having an all in one product that takes less time and less storage space.

Soap and Glory the Righteous body lotion I'm sure you've noticed I'm a big huge fan of Soap and Glory and this product is no exception, a lovely summer scent that last for ages, as I have really dry skin I find this product keeps my legs moisturised all day - perfect for those summer days and nights.

Disclaimer:  This is not a sponsored post, nor did I receive the product for free. All products was brought with my own money and is my honest opinion.


How I prevented stretchmarks during pregnancy

I've been wanting to feature this product for sometime, and just wanted to share my thoughts and opinion on the Elemis Camellia Oil.

I have been asked many times what I have been using during my pregnancy on my skin and particular on my belly to keep it moist, and help with itching and prevention of stretchmarks. I have to say I have used Elemis camellia oil during both my pregnancies, and I personally find the product to be very effective for my skin with amazing results. Now I can't say that my results was all entirely down to this product because many factors, including, genetics and lifestyle play apart of how our skin reacts to any major change, but I do feel that the oil helped keep me skin moisturised for hours resulting in less itching, and preventing any stretchmarks forming.

The oil blend is thick in consistency with a light fragrance consisting of plant collagen and is apart of the Elemis mother to be pregnancy massage in selected salons. This product defiantly feels very luxurious and melts into the skin well, although I would recommend allowing the product to dry before applying clothing to avoid staining.

My only issue with this product was the design element, which I felt the bottle it self is elegantly made from a very solid glass material, and feels very expensive,  however I found the sliver screw on cap was very fiddly and would often fall on the floor which was a little annoying at times, however for such a small flaw I do feel that the product is great value for money, and a small investment if you want to keep your skin looking and feeling great during and after pregnancy.

I purchased this product from here or here

Disclaimer:  This is not a sponsored post, nor did I receive the product for free. All products was brought with my own money and is my honest opinion.
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