New In: Skincare, Haircare, Beauty + Pamper Products

Saturday, September 23, 2017
It's that time of the year when the weather is changing and so is my skin; I need to switch up my skincare routine to include the richer, more moisturising products in my stash. Today's post is all about the skincare, makeup, beauty and pampering products I've been loving recently as well as a few new bodycare products that are perfect for the autumn and winter months! Thanks to KiraKira, Antipodes, Shea Moisture, Essence, Sensationail and Dr Botanicals for getting me autumn ready!
*Antipodes Avocado Pear Nourishing Night Cream (£34.99)
It's organic September so I thought I'd mention one of my favourite organic products/brands in this post. We all know that I genuinely and absolutely love Antipodes products, literally every single product! I have so many reviews of their products on my blog already that you can read and I cannot recommend the brand enough especially if you have dry and sensitive skin as I do. This new addition to my skincare routine is one of the nicest smelling Antipodes products I've tried which makes it even nicer to use.

Even though it is a night cream, I've been using it during the day as my skin is becoming increasingly dry due to the colder weather. It is very nourishing, moisturising and smoothing as well as being gentle, effective and perfect for this time of the year. I haven't stopped using it since I received it and I couldn't recommend it enough - if you're looking for the perfect autumnal moisturiser then look no further.
*KiraKira AHA Cleanser (£19.99, 190ml)
Next up, my favourite cleanser of the past couple of weeks and it happens to have the cutest cleanser packaging I've ever seen! The KiraKira Studios AHA Liquid Cleanser is made in Japan and is formulated with three AHA's (alpha hydroxy acids/food acids) to gently remove makeup. It is free from parabens, mineral oil, silicones and artificial fragrances/colours.

The cleanser has a pump dispenser which I love and it has a lovely gel like texture that lathers slightly. I have sensitive skin so I'm always a little cautious when it comes to new skincare but this cleanser doesn't irritate my skin at all. It leaves my skin feeling squeaky clean, very smooth, soft and deeply cleansed. I don't think I've been as impressed by a cleanser for a long time!
*Dr Botanicals Moroccan Rose Light Summer Cream (£19.99 - SALE)
Now onto the body products! As well as my skincare, I also change up my body products during the colder months to include items that are more moisturising and soothing. Two new products that I've been using recently are from Dr Botanicals which are not only effective, gentle and smell amazing but they are natural, vegan and cruelty free.

The packaging for the cream is so cute, it would make a lovely gift! The cream itself actually has a smooth gel like consistency and texture, it absorbs quickly and it leaves my skin so incredibly smooth, soft and moisturised without being greasy, oily or tacky. The scent is sweet and floral but not too strong so it is ideal as a hand cream which is the main way I've been using it.

*Dr Botanicals Moroccan Rose Concentrated Body Oil (£70.90, 50ml)
I'm usually not a fan of oils, especially body oils as they can be very greasy and slow to absorb but this one is fantastic and it smells amazing. It has a similar scent to the gorgeous moroccan rose cream above. I've been using it as a cuticle oil and on elbows, feet and legs when needed. It leaves the skin so incredibly smooth, moisturised and supple but I particularly love it as a cuticle oil as it's an area that is always dry and in need of TLC. It absorbs quickly for a body oil and as with all Dr Botanicals products, it's 100% natural.
*Shea Moisture Fruit Fusion Coconut Water Weightless Shampoo (£6.65 - SALE)
I tried a few products from Shea Moisture a few months ago and really liked the products, the brand ethics and the natural ingredients. This range is designed for fine, wavy and curly hair and it's colour safe, sulphate free and cruelty free which is amazing! The shampoo and conditioner contain imbe oil and aloe as well as coconut water and fresh fruit extracts.

Naturally, both products smell amazing! To me they smell so fruity, fresh and sweet which I love and I think everyone will love them. As with the previous shampoo I tried from Shea Moisture, it lathers really well and leaves my hair feeling very clean but not stripped. It's a great shampoo at a fantastic price!

*Shea Fruit Fusion Coconut Water Weightless Creme Rinse (£6.65 - SALE)
So many Shea Moisture products are on sale on the Superdrug website or on offer as I'm writing this (23/10/2017) so it's a great time to check out their products. The conditioner has a similar scent to the shampoo but it's a little more coconutty...that's not a word. It leaves my hair pretty much completely detangled, smooth and soft as well as well moistened but not weighed down. It's a brand that you definitely need to check out.
*Pure Potions Skin Salvation Hand Cream, Moisturising Cream & Moisturising Ointment 
I have eczema on my face and hands so I'm always interested in finding new eczema focused products! I have a few samples from Pure Potions, let's start with the intensive hand cream. It is 99% natural and contains shea butter, olive oil, hemp seed oil and many other fantastic, natural ingredients. The hand cream is amazing, it leaves my eczema prone hands so smooth, moisturised and comfortable!

Next up, the intensive moisturising ointment which as with the other products, is suitable for people who have very dry, sore, sensitive or eczema prone skin and it's 100% natural. It's a solid ointment with a rather unpleasant colour with a slightly plastic scent but it is very moisturising and smoothing which is what my hands and cuticles need. Lastly, the daily moisturising cream which is a basic but effective moisturising cream that would be perfect for those sensitive skin as I do.
*Essence Matte, Shimmer Lipsticks and Lipgloss
Now onto some exciting new makeup items from the lovely people over at Essence Cosmetics! I have loved Essence products for years and these are no exception. I was kindly sent a few of their new lipsticks and lip glosses. Here's a rundown of the finishes and shades I received:

- Essence Matte Lipstick in 08: Deep burgundy wine shade
- Essence Lipstick in 07 Sparkling Miracle: Shimmery mauve pink
- Essence Shine Wet Look Lipgloss in 09 One Woman Show: Bright hot pink
- Essence Matte Longlasting Lipgloss in 05 Simply Be An Icon: Burgundy red
- Essence Matte Longlasting Lipgloss in 03 Girl Of Today: Natural rose pink

I have been a fan of Essence lipsticks for years and these are fantastic, especially for the low price! My favourite shade is 08 as it's a perfect autumnal shade and I'll definitely get a lot of use out of it. I also love the matte lip glosses in 05 and 03 which are great for everyday autumnal and winter looks. The formula is gorgeous and velvety, it is long-lasting and amazing for the price.
*Sensationail Peel Off Polishes (£6 each, 14.8ml)
I tried the Sensationail gel nails kit a few months ago and I loved it, I'm still using it now so I was interested to try these new peel off polishes from the same brand. I was kindly sent the shades 'set in rhine-stone' and 'winosaur' - I love the polish names! The polishes have a large brush which is great to apply the polishes quickly and easily although the formula is quite sticky/gloopy so it does take a while to get used to; however it is pigmented and looks so glossy on the nails.

The glitter shade is gorgeous and I'm loving the way it looks on bare nails! The best way to apply these two polishes is to apply a very thin coat otherwise it takes ages to dry but with a thin coat it dries within around 10-15 minutes. The wear isn't great as it isn't meant to be a very long-lasting polish, it is designed to peel off which is does really easily after a couple of days of wear. While it isn't great for a long lasting mani, it is perfect for special occasions, those with damaged nails or if you like to switch up your polish very often.

Have you tried any of these products? Which beauty products are you loving? 

Mini Book Reviews #4

Friday, September 22, 2017
Over the past three to four months my reading game has been so strong but then with August I had a massive reading slump but with the start of September it seems to be passing *thankfully*. September also marks the milestone of reading 100 books so far this year! The books in todays post were either sent via Bookbridgr, Hot Key Books or Pushkin Press so thank you!

*S.T.A.G.S by M.A Bennet (290 pages, available now) - ★★★☆☆, 3/5
Another book with a fantastic cover and also a fantastic premise that seems to be very autumn and halloween appropriate! The synopsis of the book instantly drew me in as it follows Greer who is new to STAGS which is the oldest school in the country and is home to a Mean Girls like group of popular students who call themselves The Medievals.

Greer is from Manchester which I didn't know going into it and it's quite odd seeing the city you're from within a book! She doesn't fit in at school but one day she receives an invitation for a weekend of hunting, shooting and fishing at the house of Henry, the most dashing of The Medievals but nothing is quite what it seems. I adored the school setting as it was perfect for this time of the year, I liked the writing and it was such an incredibly fast read - I managed to read just over half of the book in a couple of hours!

You know from the very first page that Greer thinks of herself as a murderer and the rest of the book is working backwards to find out exactly what happened. Even though from the very start, you have an idea of what is going to happen, it was still interesting and suspenseful but there were little sections that I didn't like related to hunting/eating meat which annoyed me as a vegetarian; however I'd still recommend it especially for this halloween!

*Codename Villanelle by Luke Jennings (217 pages, available now) - ★★★☆☆, 3/5
I was very kindly sent a hardback copy of this book which was released last month and sounded like something I'd love. It follows a Russian orphan come ruthless, unfeeling assassin who travels across Europe killing individuals marked by her unknown bosses, while MI5 is on her trail. It definitely has a female James Bond feel to it especially with all of the sex within the book, so if that is something you aren't comfortable with reading about then do not pick up this book!!

It was a great book to get me out of a reading slump as it is so short, it was incredibly fast paced and action packed. Generally I liked the writing, particularly when it came to Eve and the latter sections of the book but I did feel like it was too fast, some of the sex scenes were quite cringey and it felt as though it was a set up for the full story although that might just be because there are four books originally published as e-book singles. It did fall a little flat, some scenes and the wording with regards to how the women in the book were dressed and how men viewed them was quite uncomfortable for my feminist soul to read but if it sounds like your kind of book then check it out!

*My Cat Yugoslavia by Pajtim Statovci (255 pages, available now) - ★★★★☆, 4/5
How gorgeous and unique is this cover, it instantly intrigued me to find out more! This beautiful hardback is obviously from the wonderful people at Pushkin Press, one of my favourite publishers so if you're looking for translated or more unusual fiction then check them out as they are amazing!

This book has to be one of my favourites from the past few months, it's full of so many topics such as a feeling of displacement, immigration, prejudice, LGBT themes, abuse, loneliness and not knowing what to do with your life. It follows Emine, a young muslin girl and how her life unfolds, how it turns out to be very different to what she had expected and her relationships with her family, husband and children. We also follow Bekim, one of Emine's children as he too struggles with what life has dealt him, his sexuality and nationality as well as being an immigrant and all of the awful prejudice and unwarranted hardship that comes with it. Additionally, there's a talking and rather obnoxious cat and a boa constrictor...

For me, it was heartbreaking at times, heartwarming, melancholy and unusual but it's also compelling to read, touching and beautifully fresh. It's impressive and additionally so when you realise that it's a debut novel! I cannot recommend it enough, I'll certainly be recommending it to everyone. Also this was my 100th completed book of 2017!

Have you read any of these three books? What are you currently reading or planning to read? 

Xtava Curler, Tutorial + Giveaway

Thursday, September 21, 2017
When it comes to my hair, I'm a very low maintenance kind of girl! I rarely use heat on my hair, I don't style it fully very often as I work from home but when I do, I always curl it as I think it suits me more than straightened hair. I have tried a few curlers but they never reach my expectations and I always want more from them so I was excited when the *Xtava Satin 5 in 1 Curling Wand (£45.99) arrived as it looked so unique!

The curling wand comes with five barrel attachments, a heat proof glove and case, all of which was contained in a nice box (it would make a great gift). The curler barrels are ceramic tourmaline coated, three of which have clamps and the others don't. The temperature setting ranges from 130 to 210 degrees celsius.
I've been using the largest barrel the most on the 190 setting as I love the loose waves it gives. I'm not really a fan of ringlet or tight curls on myself so I probably won't use the smallest and thinnest barrel option. I'm also usually not a fan of clamps on curling wands as they can leave a kink in my hair but these don't and the clamps make it easier to use.

The curler itself is so quick and easy to use, especially with the largest barrel as you can add in more hair at a time. It heats up quickly, cools fairly quickly and the swivel cord, digital screen and easy changing mechanism makes it a great and versatile tool. I'm really happy with it, I've been using it quite a lot since I received as I love the way my hair looks when it's curled! My only negative is that for me the curls don't last unless I use hairspray but other than that it's fantastic.

You can see a short video of the curler in a action above! Don't forget to complete the form below to enter to win the curler! The giveaway is UK only and ends on the 12th October.

Have you tried this curler? What are your favourite hair tools or brands? 

DegustaBox: September 2017

Wednesday, September 20, 2017
I have been loving the DegustaBoxes I've received so far since becoming an ambassador for them (it means I get boxes to review, including items from the alcohol/alcohol free boxes) and this month is no different. Usually there are items that I know I'll want to use and then others that I'll share with family and friends but in this box, I want to keep the majority of it for myself!

The *September DegustaBox contains thirteen items from beer, mints and chocolate to cooking ingredients, dairy free milk and more. Brands range from Green & Black's, Nestle and Knorr to Dream, Mentos and many others so read on to find out what I received in my amazing September DegustaBox. For this review, I'm indicating my favourite items from the box with an orange star, .
*Knorr Concentrated Stock (£2.20, 150ml)
Let's start with the only two items in the box that definitely aren't for me including this little bottle of concentrated beef stock. I'm a vegetarian so this obviously isn't something I'll use but I know my dad would love and use it all!

*Wild Planet Alabacore Wild Tuna Steaks (£3.49, 142g)
Again, I don't eat fish so this will go to my mum who does and I think she'll love it for work lunches! An interesting fact about this product is that is it ranked #1 in the US by Greenpeace for sustainability which is great if you do eat fish and want to have a more sustainable option.

*San Miguel Gluten Free Beer (£2, 330ml)
I don't drink very often but I do at blogger events (delicious sweet cocktails are an essential at blogger events!) and for special occasions but I've never actually tried beer before! I don't know why but it has never appealed to me, I'm more of a colourful cocktails kind of girl but I might give it a go and it's great that a gluten free option is available!

*Virtue Sparkling Energy Water (£1.35 each)
Coffee is my go to 'energy' drink especially at this time of the year as it's so chilly already but I'm always happy to try new energy or soft drinks! There are two flavours in the box - berries and lemon & lime. I've only tried the berries flavour so far and I really liked it; it's sweet and fruity with some fizzy but not the kind were you're head feels like it's full of sharp bubbles or is it just me that gets that? They don't contain calories, sugar or sweeteners but they do contain natural ingredients as well as vitamins.
*Miso Tasty Original Ramen Noodle Kit (£2.99)
This item was at the top of the box and it excited me instantly, if you didn't know this about me, I'm a little obsessed with noddles. Along with pizza and pasta of all kinds, noddles are another favourite food and if I could eat them all day then I would. The kit is suitable for vegetarians, it serves two although let's me honest and say that I'm going to eat it all in one sitting...I'm more excited about this kit than I should be.

*Green's Egg Custard Mix (£0.69, 54g) 
A little unusual product in the September box and it's a custard mix, I've never seen a custard mix like this and I think I'll pass it onto my auntie who is an amazing baker as she'll be able to make it into something delicious!

*Dream Ancient Grains Oat, Spelt & Buckwheat Milk (£1.60)
Another little fact about me that you might not know but since I was around three years old, I refused to drink milk, I hated it so much that my parents had to pay for me to have orange juice in nursery and school because I would not drink milk at lunchtime and that has never wavered. I have been drinking oat milk for the past two years or so (I didn't use any milk 99% of the time before then) and love it so I'm interested to see how this option will taste.

*Mentos Mint Sharing Pouch (£1.19) 
I'm not a chewing gum kind of person, I don't understand why anyone would be but I do like mints! I haven't tried mentos before and these are the mint/spearmint flavours in one bag. We'll definitely sharing these.
*Santa Maria Latin American Kitchen Yellow Rice (£1.85, 250g)
I'm a fan of packet grains and rice as they just need to go in the microwave then they're ready to add to meals. I have been using them in salads with vegan ranch dressing so I'm excited to try this one in a salad as it sounds delicious with lemon, turmeric and garlic.

*Santa Maria Latin American Kitchen Brazilian Xinxim Peanut Sauce (£1.85, 200g) 
I'm either going to add the above rice to a healthy salad or I'll use this sauce mix with the rice and some Frys Family vegan 'meat' for a complete meal as it sounds so yummy! I make my own Thai peanut sauce that I add to noodles so I'm interested to see how this one will compare.

*Green & Black's Velvet Edition 70% Dark Chocolate (£1.99, 90g) 
I have loved Green & Black's chocolate for years, I've received quite a few bars as gifts and as treats so I was very excited to see a bar in this months box! I love the new packaging as well as the texture and richness of their chocolate - this bar won't help with my weight loss but I'll definitely be having it as a treat this month!

Each months DegustaBox contains between 10 to 15 food, drink and snack items which I think is fantastic considering the low price. Each box also contains recipes and coupons! If you use the discount code KVAA2 it will reduce the price of the box to only £5.99 instead of £12.99.

What do you think of the September DegustaBox? Have you tried any of these food/snack/drink items? 

Early Christmas Gift Guide: Pampering + Self Care

Monday, September 18, 2017
Yes, today I'm writing about Christmas gifts...some people might think it is too soon but I am one of those people who picks up gifts for friends and family throughout the year and usually around autumn is when I pick up the last bits that I need for everyone. I like to be prepared and know that I have everything before the chaotic Christmas rush to buy gifts begins!

This will be the first of many Christmas gift guides and todays post will focus on pampering products and self care items that would be great to give anyone at this time of the year as Christmas and New Year can be very stressful! My anxiety and stress levels always peak around Christmas and New Year although it is punctuated by happy, festive and wonderful moments too.

*Weekender Wash Kit by Men's Society (£25) 
Let's start with an all in one gift set that is perfect for dads, grandads, friends and anyone who loves travelling or weekends away! I love the design of the kit and how complete the set is; it contains shampoo, face wash, face cream, toothpaste and a toothbrush so it would make a great holiday or weekend away kit, particularly as it complies with current hand luggage regulations.

The shampoo and body cleanser, face wash and face cream are all 50ml sizes so they are great sizes for a weekend away and the toothpaste is small too - it's the Marvis brand which is one of my favourites. They have a few sets in this style such as a 'overindulgence survival kit' which would be an essential over the festive season, the sneaker cleaning kit, beard kit, shave kits and more to choose from so definitely check out their site!
*Malee Verdure Conditioning Body Scrub (£36, 250ml) 
There are certain products such as face masks and hair masks that are synonymous with pampering but another product that I think is equally as important include scrubs! Body scrubs are such an overlooked pamper product, they can transform your skin and are so quick and easy to use. I was very kindly sent this lovely body scrub from Malee which is a 100% natural brand inspired by the natural scents and landscapes of Africa.

It's an award winning product which isn't surprising when you use it as it is one of the best body scrubs I've ever used, if not the best. It smells heavenly, so fresh and clean; additionally the texture is perfect as it's very exfoliating but it isn't harsh. I've tried so many scrubs and most of the time the exfoliating component either washes away instantly or dissolves before it can be fully used but this one doesn't!

I think it would make a great gift as it looks and feels very luxurious, the packaging is gorgeous, the scent is divine and it's so effective but also leaves my skin feeling smooth, soft, nourished and moisturised. I cannot recommend it enough and they also make beautiful looking candles, fragrances and other wonderful body care products.
*Morris & Co Pure Morris Collection (£25)
How stunning is this tin, when I opened the package I was quite shocked at how gorgeous the packaging for this beautiful kit was! Even just aesthetically it would make a lovely and expensive looking gift, I know my mum and aunties would adore this set. The set contains a hand cream (100ml), shower gel (200ml) and body lotion (50ml).

The hand cream has been my favourite product as I use hand cream so often and this one is lovely. It is infused with silver birch and thistle extracts, shea butter, cocoa butter and macadamia oil to soften, moisturise and soothe the skin which is just what my hands need at this time of the year due to eczema. The body lotion is equally as gorgeous with lovely ingredients such as vitamins, almond oil and cocoa butter.

Lastly, the shower gel which smells just as nice as the rest of the products within the set and it contains plant extracts, vitamins and kelp, which is an unusual ingredient. I think this set is a fantastic all around gift that not only contains lovely, effective products but the beautiful tin can be re-used too! There are lots of other gift sets to choose from such as the hand cream library which I have my eye on.
*Crabtree and Evelyn Lavender and Espresso Soap (£7.50, 158g)
Now, when I noticed that Crabtree and Evelyn had released a new range among which was a selection of products with the scent 'lavender and espresso' I was instantly intrigued as lavender and fresh coffee are two of my favourite scents and combining them can be nothing but extraordinary!

The soap contains evening primrose oil and shea butter and is scented with black lavender, coffee and smoked woods - I didn't think a product range could be so perfectly what I'd what but Crabtree and Evelyn have done it! The scent is perfect for this time of the year as it's musky, smoky and has a powdery floral scent to it as well. Enough gushing about the scent, the soap lathers well, it is gentle on the skin and doesn't irritate the eczema on my hands at all. I'd definitely recommend it, especially if you're going to create a lovely pamper hamper for a loved one this Christmas.
*Crabtree and Evelyn Lavender & Espresso Body Cream (£28, 250ml)
I have to admit that during the spring and summer months, I definitely forget how important pampering and self care is, particularly when it comes to body exfoliating and moisturising on a daily basis but when the colder months come around I reach for the body lotions, butters and creams so much more.

I have been using this body cream constantly since I received it, even though the tub is huge I've been keeping it on my desk so I can use it as a hand cream throughout the day - that's how much I not only love the scent of this product but for how velvety smooth and soft it leaves my skin. I've been trying to think of a way to describe how this body cream leaves the skin and the only way is by comparing the skin after using it to a gorgeously scented and incredibly soft blanket or linen *not weird...*.

This body cream is a little pricy but I think it's definitely worth it for the softest, smoothest and most heavenly scented skin! It is definitely a 'treat yo self' type of product but it's so worth it. There are other products within this gorgeous range including a massive hand therapy lotion, hand wash, body wash and others.
*The Rose Tree Luxury Natural Wax Candle - Rose Tree No. 1 - De-Stress (£19, 75g)
I don't really burn candles during the summer months but for the rest of the time I always have one on the go! Autumn and winter are perfect candle months as the nights are drawing in and it's getting colder so candles are ideal to add such a cosy feel to any room as well as a lovely scent. I was kindly sent this pretty candle from The Rose Tree which is a luxury natural candle, skincare and bodycare brand featuring British made products.

There are a few variations of their candles but I have No.1 which is the 'destress' candle so it would make a great gift for anyone who will be stressed over the festive season which I think will be most of us! The candle came beautifully packaged in a box with tissue, it looks so cute but substantial and it smells heavenly. To me it has a very classic sweet floral scent due to the geranium but it is also quite woody and musky which I adore - it's a wonderful autumn candle. I couldn't recommend it enough but if this scent doesn't appeal to you then you check out their other candles as they sound equally as gorgeous.
Lastly, I just wanted to mention a few other brands that I think will be perfect as pampering Christmas gifts or as treats for yourself. Starting with Bloomtown Botanicals which have the most beautifully packaged products and such a wide range too so you'll find something you love! Bomb Cosmetics also have a fantastic range of bath bombs, bath blasters, bath creamers and soap all of which are adorable! I wanted to mention Dr Botanicals as their skincare and bodycare products are lovely and great for sensitive skin types, I've currently loving the moroccan rose light summer cream. Finally, I have to mention Valley Mill which is an online store stocking gorgeous, homely products including the lovely chestnut wax melts (I've been savouring the last two I have!) that are featured in the video below!


Have you tried any of these products or brands? 

Gift Idea: Prestige Flowers

Sunday, September 17, 2017
Summer is coming to an end which I'm excited about as autumn has to be my favourite season but that doesn't mean flowers and summery blossoms are over! I love having fresh flowers in the house as it makes any room look fresh, brighter and more inviting; also they have the added bonus if you're a blogger of being perfect photography props! I always have my blogger brain on 24/7, it can't be switched off!

I was very kindly sent this gorgeous *Apollo Bouquet (£40) from the lovely people over at Prestige Flowers. The Apollo bouquet features delicate pale pink roses, autumnal eucalyptus, pretty white stallion chrysanthemums and gorgeous bouvardia which is something I don't think I've seen before.
This bouquet was so easy to photograph as the selection of flowers are so photogenic, I particularly love the pink roses. I love the gorgeous pink shades within the bouquet along with dark forest foliage - it would be a great all year round bouquet.

It came very nicely packaged and protected with a little gift bag and plant food as well as a great sized clear vase too. I've had this beautiful bouquet for a few days now and they're looking great, the flowers add so much colour during the dull rainy days we've been having recently in Manchester, although to be honest it's like that most of the time anyway!
I think this bouquet would make a lovely gift for anyone especially at this time of the year to add some residual summer colour to any home. There are lots of other bouquets to choose from too, all of which are just gorgeous including the new Christmas bouquets. As well as bouquets, they also have a fantastic range of pamper, food and alcoholic gifts, baby and childrens gifts and a wide range of hampers including thank you, birthday and Christmas options to choose from. Here are some of my gift idea picks:






Have you bought anything from Prestige Flowers? What do you think of these gift ideas?