Monday, 10 February 2014

The Body Shop haul

I know there's been a bit of a haul overload over the past week or so, i obviously got a bit carried away with my spending. This parcel actually arrived over a week ago so i'm a bit behind with this one, but i got some total bargains so had to post about it!

The Body Shop had 40% off everything online and instore, and before i knew what was happening i'd made a cheeky little online order. I'd had my eye on a couple of products for a while, but was planning to wait until i'd used up my current skincare stash before purchasing, but how could i not make use of 40% off?! So this happened...

Clockwise from top left- Camomile silky cleansing oil | Camomile sumptuous cleansing butter | Coconut beautifying oil | Muslin cloth
Camomile silky cleansing oil- I decided to give this a go as i'd been intrigued by the Mac cleanse off oil for a while, and felt i needed to experience what it was like to remove makeup with an oil- something i found quite a weird concept at first. The camomile range is fairly new and when i spotted this i thought it was a good way to experiment with a cleansing oil, especially at its bargain price!

Camomile sumptuous cleansing butter- Along with the cleansing oil this is a product that had been on my radar for a while, so it had to be added to the basket on this order. Once again i haven't used a butter as a makeup remover, and i've read this is actually more like a balm texture so thought it would make a nice change to my Liz Earle Cleanse and Polish. It has a really gentle and natural scent, so i'm hoping it will be nice and soothing, and effective, on my skin.

Coconut beautifying oil- All i can say about this purchase is: Who doesn't want to smother there body in coconut oil?! The smell instantly makes me think about the summer and being on holiday, so i'm hoping this will bring a little bit of summertime happiness to my life when i'm using it.

Muslin cloth- This was £1.50 with the 40% off, and you can never have to many muslin cloths. My Liz Earle ones are starting to look a little bit sad and it's always good to have a spare stash of these!

I got all of these products for around £20 which would have cost me roughly £37 full price, so all in all i think this was a pretty successful haul, do you?

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