I have used up three perfumes this month, all of which were not full - they had about 1/3 left in each bottle so it didn't take long to use them up. I have already posted a full review on this blog for the Kate Moss Lilabelle perfume - link here.
Calvin Klein Ckin2U her Eau de Toilette
The bottle/packaging in my opinion looks really quite unique, it reminds me of the glass beakers I used during A level chemistry/biology which isn’t really what I would expect from a perfume designer. The packaging/bottle in my opinion looks really cheap and tacky and I definitely do not like the packaging of this product. Also as the bottle is covered with white plastic you cannot see the level of how much perfume you have left. And the bottle itself is really quite heavy (not great for travelling) which means that you cannot judge how much perfume you have by weight.
Top notes: Pink grapefruit, Red
currant leaves and Sicilian bergamot
Middle/heart notes: Sugar orchid,
White cactus and Amber
Base notes: Vanilla and Red cedar
Scent and longevity
scent when first sprayed is a little bit metallic/hair spray like but this
dissipates very quickly leaving a gorgeous mix of fresh, light, spring/summer
notes – not really appropriate for this time of the year but I have used this
product up now so I can on to my more spicy/wintery fragrances. The scent
initially has a slight scent of ‘chlorinated swimming pool’ about it but it
does change into a great scent very, very quickly.
packaging is basically the same apart from the ‘summer chic boutique’ ribbon
around the bottle and the blue see through lid/cap. Overall, the packaging/bottle is quite nice, simple but it is does look cheap, in my opinion.
Scent and longevity
fragrance as it was made my Riverisland it didn’t state the notes that go into
the composition of this scent but overall I find that this scent is a strong
floral scent which is really quite generic and it has some fairly strong musky
notes too which doesn’t seem appropriate for a summery fragrance, in my
The initial scent of this fragrance is very, very strong and I like really strong perfumes but this
is too strong and it smell a lot like hairspray and cleaning products for the
first few minutes. Overall, a generic scent with a lot of hairspray thrown in and the longevity on my skin is very poor and the longevity on clothing is also poor.
Firstly some yankee candles that I have used up, starting with a whole box of the Yankee Candle Christmas Cookie Tea Lights. I really like this scent, I have used up a small jar of this candle in the past and I have now used up this box - and I have another box waiting to be used! The scent isn't as strong as a jar candle would be but the scent strength overall is fairly good for tea lights - but not as strong as I would like the scent to be. The tea lights smell like cookies and baking and vanilla...gorgeous but I do wish the scent strength and scent dispersion/throw were better. Next up is a Yankee Candle Small Jar in the scent 'Eggnog' which may not be available now as I did buy this last year and I have only just worked my way round to using it. I really like the scent of this candles, it is creamy, boozy and spicy although it can be a bit too spicy (clove/cinnamon) after a while. I also have the tea lights for this 'Eggnog' scent and after they have been used up I don't think I would buy this scent again but it is a nice change. The next two Yankee Candles are samplers. The first sampler is one that i used up around Halloween but I have forgot about and it is the sampler in the scent'Witches Brew' which is a Halloween special but it is still available on eBay. The scent before it started burning was horrible in my opinion but when it started burning and melting...it smells almost exactly like the Lush Glogg Christmas Shower Gel! Overall, a gorgeous sampler that I seriously underestimated and I will buy it again. The last Yankee Candle empty is a sampler in the scent Mistletoe and Fig which sounded really nice and in the packaging is does smell quite nice but it is hardly noticeable when burning/melting; it is almost unscented, in my opinion and it just smells like potpourri when you can eventually smell it. Overall, a mixed bag of Yankee Candle empties.
The next four candles are a mix from Rodial, Bath & Body Works, L'Occitane and Jelly Belly! Firstly, Rodial Rehab Candle which I bought from Debenhams a while ago and it was only £10, reduced from £35! A great bargain, in my opinion, at the time but this candle turned out to be one of the most disappointing candles I have used in a long time! The scent of the candle was just milk, almonds and overall the scent was disappointing. The scent strength and dispersion/throw were just as disappointing and I wouldn't buy this candle again and I do not recommend it!
Next up is the Bath and Body Works in the scent 'Autumn'. Bath and Body Works products are not widely available in the UK which is awful! I really liked this mini candle, it smells like crisp fresh apples - it is quite autumnal and just gorgeous, in my opinion. Overall, the candle smells so nice, it has a good scent strength/dispersion and the candle burns/melts so evenly. I have been able to buy Bath and Body Works products from the UK website - www.bathandbodyshop.co.uk.
The next candle is also quite disappointing and it is from L'Occitane unfortunately. This candle is the L'Occitane Green Tea Tin Candle. This candle isn't available anymore, as far as I am aware and that is no bad thing. I love L'Occitane and I love the scent of this candle, it is so fresh, calming and relaxing but as you can see from the photograph above - it does not burn evenly at all and a lot of the candle ends up being wasted!
The last candle is the Jelly Belly Tin Candle in the scent 'Very Cherry'. Firstly, this candle has a strong scent, the packaging is great, neat and the candle burns/melts evenly so no wax is wasted. The scent though is the only negative point about this candle - the scent is very strong, very artificial and really quite sickly and horrible - I would recommend the brand but not the scent. I will have to try another scent as the formula for these candles is fantastic, in my opinion.
Carrying on with my large collection of products that I have used up in the month of November, now it is on to skincare!
Firstly, is the Balance Me Balancing Face Moisturiser which was a free sample I think (I have so many skincare samples it is unbelievable!). This moisturiser isn't really aimed at my skin type as this product is for normal to combination skin whereas my skin type is normal to dry and sensitive in areas. However this product worked really quite well, it has a almost gel like consistency which makes it really nice and smooth when applied. The moisturiser itself isn't as moisturising as I needed it to be so I had to use two thin layers of this product for my skin to be moisturised enough. Overall, a nice product that didn't irritate my skin but it just isn't moisturising enough for me - and it doesn't smell nice in my opinion - it has a very strong lemon candy/sweets scent which could be mistaken for cleaning fluid!
The next couple of products I have used up are two toners from two gorgeous french brands. Firstly, the Caudalie Cleansing Water which I have been using as a toner and it works really well as a toner, in my opinion. Although the first time I used this product I did experience a small amount of irritation which I haven't experienced with any other Caudalie product before. Overall, a nice toner and it is scented but after the initial minor irritation there wasn't any afterwards. Another toner I have used up is my Decleor Aroma Cleanse Tonifying Lotion. Firstly, I have no idea why this product is described as a 'lotion' as it is not a lotion at all - it is a normal watery toner! The toner works well with my skin although it is heavily scented - it smells very floral and even though it is scented it didn't irritate my skin. Overall, a really nice toner but it is not worth the money in my opinion - my Lush Eau Roma Water works just as well and it is so much cheaper.
The last skincare product I have used up this month is the Vichy 3 in 1 Calming Cleansing Solution which is one of the best makeup removers I have ever used - it is just as good as my Bioderma! Quite a few makeup removers I have used have either made my skin really dry/tight or they have left a greasy film on my skin but this doesn't do either of those things - this makeup remover removes all of my makeup effortlessly and leaves it feeling like skin. Overall, a fantastic product that doesn't irritate my skin, make it greasy or make it dry/tight and it is great for eyes and face. Highly, highly recommended.
I have been watching beauty gurus empties videos on youtube and they usually have quite a few empties but I always end up with loads of empties and this month there have been so many empties overall, from candles and bath products to perfume, haircare and some skincare items too.
Firstly, Dove Colour Radiance Express Treatment Conditioner (50ml) which I received as a free sample with an online order. I have been using this for the past week as these 50ml samples of haircare products don't last long with me as I use a lot of conditioner. The conditioner is in part...pink! The fact that this product is a mix of pink and white makes me like this product initially and the product overall is really good. The conditioner smells nice, it conditions my hair fairly well and it doesn't weigh my hair down - but this product can make my hair look and feel really greasy if I don't wash it out really well.
Another conditioner I have used up is the Fudge Wet Head Conditioner which I bought from the 'when its gone, its gone' section of Boots.com a while ago and it was less than £5 for a large 500ml bottle which I think is fantastic value. Unfortunately this is where the positives points about this product ends. The conditioner smells horrible - like plastic and playdoh and the conditioner has a really strange gloopy slimy texture. Overall, it conditions my hair fairly well, it smells horrible, it has a horrible texture/consistency and it is not very widely available - which isn't a bad thing, in my opinion.
Next up are a few shampoos that I have used up in the month of November and again it doesn't take me long to use up shampoos so I always have a few empty bottles of shampoo each month. Firstly, is the Avon Natural Volumising Raspberry and Hibiscus Shampoo. I bought this shampoo purely because it was 99p a couple of months ago and I am really disappointed with this product - it smells ok, it lathers fairly well and it was cheap but they are the only main positives for this shampoo. The shampoo didn't volumise my hair at all and overall it was just an average cheap shampoo. The next shampoo is the Goldwell Ultra Volume Gel Shampoo which I received as part of a minis set (free gift) with a www.cheapsmells.co.uk order a while ago. I do not get along with volume shampoos at all as none of them help with volume! This product feels quite strange to use as it is a gel and it initially difficult to lather because the gel is so thick in the hair but eventually it lather but not very well. Overall, the shampoo is average and it doesn't deliver on its volumising claims.
Lastly, a hair oil and I do like the idea of hair oils and I know they are raved out endlessly but I don't like the way they feel in my hair. This is the Osmo Berber Hair Oil and is the nicest hair oil I have used; it smells gorgeous - like strawberry sweets/candy and it is really cheap but I did get this hair oil with a beauty box. The oil does help tame frizz and it smoothes my hair but I personally just don't like the way this feels in my hair.
Now on to the small mountain of bath and body products that I have used up in the months of October and November (I ran out of time to make the October post in October!).
First up is a pack of hand wipes from H&M, I bought these months ago from www.HM.com as they were only 99p or something around that price. I took these wipes on holiday with me in August and I only needed to use a couple so I have been taking them to university with me and I have now used them up. The wipes themselves stayed moist for months, they smell nice, they didn't really irritate my skin and they didn't leave any residue on my skin afterwards.
The next two product are body scrubs and over the past month or two I have been obsessed with body scrubs as my skin has been getting drier because of the cold, wet, windy weather in the UK. The first body scrub I have used up is the Body Shop Spiced Vanilla Body Scrub which I bought in a Body Shop sale a while ago as it was only £3 at the time. The best way to use this product, in my opinion, is to use it on dry skin before having a shower/bath as the scrub isn't really exfoliating when used in the shower on wet skin. When used on dry skin this scrub is nice and exfoliating but it is not too abrasive. The scent is a bit of a let down for me as I thought it would smell a lot nicer than it actually does (I bought this online). Overall, a really nice scrub when used on dry skin, it softens/smoothes the skin and it does work well but the scent isn't for me.
The second body scrub I have used up this month is the Soap & Glory Flake Away Scrub which is just the best body scrub I have ever used - it is really grainy which is what I like in body scrub - unlike the Body Shop scrub which is mostly body wash with some seeds in it. The scent of all Soap & Glory products is just divine, in my opinion and this product is no exception. Overall, a gorgeous scent, a exfoliating scrub but it remain fairly gentle on my skin - fantastic!
The last body product from November is a body butter from Boots, it is the Boots Fairtrade Almond Body Butter. This product came in a set with other mini body butters from the range and out of the couple that I have tried this scent is my least favourite. The scent isn't great, in my opinion but the body butter itself is really moisturising, fast absorbing and smoothing - it doesn't leave my skin feeling greasy.
...now a very late October bath and body products empties post
The first empty product is the Palmers Cocoa Butter Formula Firming Butter which I have been trying to use for maybe a year now but in October I use it constantly and I finally used up the massive bottle. The body butter is so moisturising, it is perfect for my really dry skin but even though it is super hydrating it doesn't make my skin greasy or heavy at all and it absorbs surprisingly quickly! The scent of this body butter is just gorgeous too - overall a fantastic body butter but as for the firming claim - it didn't firm my skin at all really!
Next is two body washes, the first was from a beauty box a couple of months ago and it is the Ayuuri Natural Coconut Body Wash which surprisingly doesn't smell anything like coconut! The body was itself was quite good and it lathered well but the scent is definitely not coconut - it is more like old fashion cherry sweets/candy! The second Body wash I have used up is the Dr Bronner Rose Soap. I haven't been using this product as a body wash or as a hand soap, I have been using it as a makeup brush cleaner and it works really well for deep cleaning my makeup brushes - it smells nice too.
The last two items are both from Soap & Glory and they are the Soap and Glory Mist You Madly Body Mist which I have the travel size of and it smells really nice, like all of the Soap and Glory products. Although because it is a body mist it isn't very strong and it doesn't last long on the skin at all so for this reason alone I wouldn't buy it again. The body mist overall is ok but I was using it as a linen/clothing spray as it isn't strong/long lasting enough as a body spray. The last item is the Soap and Glory Shower Puff which is MASSIVE! The shower puff is huge and it does work really well but it take a bit of getting used to!
That's right it is Jolie Box time again! I really like Jolie Box (I have cancelled my Glossy Box subscription and then the November Glossy Box looked fantastic, typical!). This months Jolie Box wasn't as good as the previous boxes but I cannot wait for the December Christmas box and the January new year box. I think I am going to resubscribe to Glossy Box for the December/January boxes as they are bound to be great.
The first items I received in my Jolie Box included: a face wash, a body glitter and a toothpaste - it doesn't sound great, does it?
First is a toothpaste from a Italian brand, it is the Marvis Classic Strong Mint Toothpaste, I will definitely use this sample but it is a bit of an odd inclusion, in my opinion. You could have received this toothpaste in the strong mint flavour or you could have received the same brand of toothpaste but with a cinnamon flavour which I definitely would have preferred. The second item is another disappointment and it is the Topicream Sparkling 3D Effect Body Milk which I have tried on my collarbone and it looks pretty but I do not like body glitters, as I think they look really childish - not a product I will be using.I also received a face wash sample, the Dead Sea Magik Gentle Cleansing Facial Wash. This product sounds nice and I will definitely use it but this is a brand that I haven't used before.
Next up is a fragrance sample, a hand cream sample and a BB cream sample - I am excited about the latter. Firstly, the fragrance - Yardley London Royal Diamond. To me this fragrance is really floral but it smells quite old fashioned, in my opinion so I will not be buying the full size - even though it is cheap. Next is a french hand cream - Vav Manucure Absolue Hand Cream which I haven't tried yet. Lastly, the Jane Iredale Glow Time BB Cream sample which isn't my shade according to the information sheet that came with this sample. I am excited to try this product although with my experience of BB creams I might be disappointed by this product but I will have to see how I get along with it.
Another post on the recent beauty bargain buys I have found and bought...this post is all about nails and the nail polish shades I have bought over the past two weeks or so - including some cheap Essie polishes and the infamous Seche Vite topcoat!
The first nail polishes I bought was from Asos - I bought the Rimmel 60 Second Nail Polish in the shade 'caramel cupcake' as it was on sale but it turned out to be a great shade. The shade itself is a natural beige which just makes the nails look really neat and professional. The polish however, is not professional, this nail polish range doesn't work well with my nails as I find this polish in particular to chip after one day on me! Overall, the shade is great, it is easy to apply and it does dry quickly but the longevity is really poor, in my opinion.
Continuing with the 'nude/natural' nails theme, I bought a Nails Inc polish in the shade 'Porchester Square' which is a gorgeous mushroom grey shade. I bought this polish from www.latestinbeauty.co.uk as it was only £6 and it is full size. The shade is really nice, it applies quite well and it dries relatively quickly. Unlike the Rimmel polish this product does have fairly good longevity.
Now a couple of autumnal orangey red shades; first up is Topshop's nail polish in the shade 'Moving House' which is a gorgeous orangey rusty red shade (no shimmer/glitter). The bottle is cute, the shade is really nice and the polish dries quickly but the longevity is just as bad as the Rimmel polish - this shade only lasts a day on me before it chips (no topcoat). With a topcoat, such as Sally Hansen Instra Dry, it only lasts a few days before chipping and chipping and chipping some more!
Another polish in the same 'colour family' is that of Essie's 'Very Structured' which again is a really nice autumnal shade. The polish is really quite thin and it doesn't apply well, in my opinion and the longevity is poor as well. I bought this polish from www.cheapsmells.co.uk which is a fantastic site and this product was less than £4!
The last coloured polish is from www.Superdug.co.uk and it is Maybelline's Forever Strong polish in the shade 'Really Rosey' which is a nice girly shade. The shade is nice and I like the brush but as with the Essie, Rimmel and Topshop polishes the longevity isn't up to scratch - so a bit of a disappointing week in terms of nail polish.
Lastly, I bought the infamous Seche Vite topcoat which has been raved about by beauty bloggers, beauty editors, youtube beauty gurus etc so I finally bought it - and that fact that it was only £5 on Urban Outfitters helped! I have only tried this once and I wasn't blown away by the results at all. With the one nail polish I used this with I find that it didn't really help with longevity at all - I will have to try this topcoat with other polishes before I write a full review.
A is for: Avene - one of the first french skincare brands I tried and I find their gentle cleanser to be amazing when my eczema breaks out!
B is for: Benefit and Bourjois - great foundations, nice packaging, widely available.
C is for: Caudalie! I adore Caudalie as none of their skincare products irritate my skin. I also love the brand Clarisonic and I do love my Clarisonic Mia.
D is for: Dior! I have been hooked on Dior since I bought my first Dior Mascara (Diorshow waterproof) and I have since bought a couple of large Dior travel exclusive palettes. Also Dove has to be included here as it is one of my favourite body/bath brands.
E is for: Eucerin - I love their 10% urea lotion for when my skin gets flaky and very dry and of course I have to metion ELF here as they make some great, cheap makeup although there are some awful products too.
F is for:.....
G is for: GHD - I have a pair of GHD straighteners which I used to use a lot but I prefer to embrace the curls, although they are the best straighteners I have used and the GHD Opulence Hair Mask is fantastic.
H is for:.....
I is for: Illamasqua - a great brand that produces high quality (and slightly quirky) products; I love the Illamasqua Light Liquid Foundation in the shade LF120 which is the only match for my paler than paler skin right now!
J is for:.....
K is for: Kiko, since I spent 40 euros in one Kiko store (in about ten minutes) I have been addicted to the brand Kiko - it is an Italian brand but they do ship to the UK - I love their lip pencils, eye shadows, nail polish etc.
L is for: Lush, of course! I adore Lush - I have a Lush draw...
(L'Occitane and Lancome have to be included here too)
M is for: MAC, I have quite a few things from MAC on my beauty wish list and I only have few things from MAC but I love my MAC Moisture Cover Concealer (shade NW15).
N is for: Nars; I love my Nars Velvet Lip Pencil in the shade Dolce Vita, my Nars Pro-Prime Eyelid Primer, my Nars Bellissima Eyeshadow Duo and my Nars Bronzer in the shade, you guessed it, Laguna!
O is for: Original Source - they make great (and great smelling) shower gels that are so cheap!
P is for: Prada, in particular their Prada Infusion D'Iris which is my joint favourite perfume of all time - along with L'Occitane Cherry Blossom.
Q is for:.....
R is for: Rimmel, the essential brand for secondary school girls - all of my friends had Rimmel makeup while at secondary school and I still use some of their products now such as the Stay Matte Powder.
S is for: Simple - I have been using Simple skincare products for at least three years now and I will continue to use them - some products are amazing but others can irritate my skin (Soap & Glory also have to be included in this one!)
T is for: Tweezerman; I have three items from Tweezerman that I adore. Firstly, the amazing Tweezerman Browmousse which is the only product that keeps my brows from being mistaken as a jungle. The other two product are the 10x magnification mirror which is great for tweezing and the Tweezerman Tweezers themselves (mine have ladybugs on!)
U is for:.....
V is for: Vichy - the Vichy 3 in 1 Calming Cleansing Micellar Solution - it is just as amazing as Bioderma, in my opinion.
W is for: Wella - in particular their Clear Scalp Mask which is the only product I have used that gets rid of dandruff completely!
X is for:.....
Y is for: Yves Rocher; they make gorgeous bath, body and fragrance products! Although I wish the products were more available in the UK. I also love my YSL Parisienne perfume.
I remember as a child being obsessed with the Clarie's Accessorises goody bag which was about £5 and it contained a range of unknown products - this is the adult beauty version! I was really excited about this product and when I saw it on the Selfridges website I ordered one almost immediately.
The lucky bag contains at least five beauty must haves and it is priced at £15 (£4.95 UK delivery). The delivery time for Selfridges is great from my experience; although I think the delivery price is too high!
The first item that was in my Selfridges lucky bag is: Inner Me Lustrous Locks Vitamin Complex (RRP: £15, 28 tablets). I have a problem with swallowing tablets of any kind and I have tried one of these and I don't like them - I hate tablets. So I will not be using these and if anyone wants to buy them you can email me at: email@example.com.
The other items I received include: St. Tropez Everyday Body Moisturiser, Medium to Dark (50ml travel size, RRP £10-14). I have another bottle of this that I am not using because it is too dark for my pale skin (I received the first bottle with Elle magazine). So this lucky bag is looking very disappointing with two products now that I cannot use! The other two items in my bag include a pack of tissue and a duck lip balm - a £15 bag and they give me tissues and a duck lip balm! The duck lip balm is ridiculous as the actual balm is in the ducks...arse, and you cannot get to the lip balm without using a lip balm or cotton bud.
The last two items in my bag where a bit better than the awful products before. Firstly, a Blink Gift Card for an Eyebrow Shape which sounds great but there is no indication as to how much the gift card is worth! The last products is the only product I was excited about and it is the Dermalogica Daily Microfoliant (£20-38) which sounds great and I am looking forward to using it.
Overall, I love the idea of a beauty lucky bag but I am disappointed with this bag as there are only two products that I like - and I cannot believe that they included a pack of tissues and a ridiculous duck lip balm in the bag!
The first magaine I bought this month is Glamour UK which contains four free Nails Inc polishes (10ml) each which is full size! I bought the pale pink shade called 'Elizabeth Street'. I tried this polish today and it did look streaky as it was applied and after it had dried it was a little bit streak. Also with just one coat it was really sheer and I could clearly see my nails through the polish - a bit disappointing.
The second magazine is Marie Claire Uk which isn't a magazine I buy normally unless there is a a good freebie in it - like this month. This months Marie Claire freebie is the Jemma Kidd Instant Lift Skin Perfecting Primer which I haven't tried yet but it looks good.
The last magazine is Elle UK which I didn't buy for the freebie as I do not shop at Dune but the freebie is a £20 gift card for Dune - but on boots only. Not a freebie I will use but I always buy Elle magazine.
I have been loving the recent bargains online over the past three or so weeks; so naturally I had to get some of the deals on offer! Some are from Debenhams, Cheapsmells.co.uk, Urban Outfitters, Superdrug, Topshop and latestinbeauty.co.uk.
I found an amazing offer on Debenhams (which isn't running now unfortunately) where: if you bought anything from Rodial you would automatically get a FREE FULL SIZE DRAGONS BLOOD EYE GEL! how could I pass on this amazing offer, especially as I have been wanting to try the Rodial Dragons Blood range for a while now. I bought a set of mini Rodial products in order to get the eye gel which should have been around £40 on its own! The set is labelled at £35 but I only paid £20 which was great!
A few other little bargains where from Urban outfitters (photograph on the left). Urban Outfitters are having a sale on now and I bought a couple of patriotic items (I am not very patriotic though but they look great). I bought a pack of hand wipes (very interesting I know!) which are cherry scented and they where only £1.50. The limited edition chapstick was also only £1.50 (free delivery too). I also bought a couple of new lip balms (because I need more to add to my collection...) I bought the new raspberry lemonade blistex lip balm, a softlips french vanilla lip balm and I finally bought a Korres Lip Butter Stick in the shade 'rose'.
These are the few skincare products I have used up this month which are all samples so it does feel like I am cheating a bit! But here are the products I have finished this month...
Firstly, my This Works Tired Eye Serum (£30, 15ml) I have had this serum for a while now and I really like it. I received this product in a set and it is the small 5ml size; but despite the size it has lasted ages although it is difficult to dispense a small amount of this product. This eye serum, well cream, does help smooth my skin and for me I find that it does reduce my dark circles.
Secondly, and carrying on with the expensive skincare theme, I have used up the two Clarins Hydra quench Intensive Serum (£36, 30ml) which are only 3ml each but they lasted a month! The facial serum is just gorgeous; it really smooths and improves the texture of my skin and it just makes my skin feel nicer overall. The serum doesn't irritate my skin and it hydrates my skin slightly too. Overall, I would definitely recommend this product and if it is on offer I will buy it.
Now onto some random empties; I have used up my three Dr Bronner's Magic Soap 'Pillows' (£5-12). I received these samples in a beauty box and I really like them - I have been using them as hand soap but I find that they can be a little bit drying on my skin. Overall, they work really well as a hand soap and they also works fantastically well as soap to clean makeup brushes!
Lastly, a toothpaste, I wouldn't normally review toothpaste at all but I was really quite disappointed but this. This is the Colgate Max White One Toothpaste; I received this product as a sample with a Superdrug order (I have also used p the full size tube now) and this product claims to make your teeth one shade whiter in one week - basically it didn't do that, even after using the large tube for a month or so.
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