swapping gin bottles for skin [care] bottles

Due to my horrific dehydrated, spotty cheeked state, I decided to take action. 
Rarely treating myself to more than the odd bottle of Molton Brown, it was time to indulge in some new beauty essentials for my face and bod. 

Face: dry and spotty [what on earth is this?!] 

Solutions: 

REN Rosa Centifolia ™ Putity Cleansing Balm. 

Packed with wonderful things such as Lecithin to retain moisture, prebiotics to support good bacteria and chamomile oil which soothes, this balm feels amazing. It washes off and comes with a muslin cloth, leaving my skin feeling clean but moisturised. Cannot recommend enough. 

  
Aesop Camelia Nut Facial Hydrating Cream. 

Fast absorbing nourishing and lightweight. My skin instantly feels fed after using and again, the Camelia Nut and Chamomile oils pacify irritation and patchiness. My dry areas were instantly eradicated and the 60ml pot at £33 should last a while. 

  
Body Solutions: 

Bloom and Blossom Indulgence Bath Oil. 

The most relaxing and lovely bath that I’ve had in a long time. The blend of Apricot Kernal Oil, Sweet Almond Oil, Lavender Oil and Ylang Ylang oil combine to melt away the stress of managing a business and two small boys during the day! Bump feels amazing afterwards and beautifully moisturised without feeling greasy. 

  
L:A Bruket No.069 Lemongrass hand and body wash. 

This has a lovely fresh smell, perfect for early mornings and is easy to use via the pump dispenser. 

The Lemongrass oil has a cleansing, stimulating and antibacterial effect (good for banishing any bugs the boys might pick up!). It’s also highly moisturising so makes for a good start to the day. 

  

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