I’m a huge fan of the The Body Shop so I thought that I would share with you a few of my favourite products.
Drops of Youth liquid peel
This is definitely my all time favourite purchase from The Body Shop, I use it twice a week to get rid of any dry skin and keep my skin looking bright whilst keeping acne at bay.
Calmomile Cleansing Butter
This sumptuous cleansing butter removes all traces of makeup and leaves my skin feeling soft and calm.
RRP: £11 for 90ml
Satsuma body butter
The satsuma range smells absolutely divine and the body butter leaves your skin feeling nourished for days.
RRP £16 for 200ml
What are your favourite products from The Body shop?
Giving yourself a facial at home is a great way to keep your skin both looking and feeling it’s best; I love to treat myself once or twice a week to keep any spots at bay.
The first step I take is to remove any makeup I have on using the Soap and Glory ‘drama clean 5-in-1 micellar cleansing water’ (£4) on a cotton pad. This ensures my skin is being properly cleansed in the next step.
Next I cleanse using Murad’s ‘environmental shield essential-c cleanser'(£26) which washes away daily environmental aggressors and infuses skin with moisture.
I then remove any dry patches and brighten my skin using the Guinot ‘Facial Radiance Gommage Biologique Biological Peeling Radiance Gel'(£30). I use a pea sized amount and massage it into my face for a few minutes until it warms and turns into an oily texture, then I rinse it away and I’m left with soft, glowing skin.(Sample size)
After this I apply the Liz Earle ‘Deep cleansing mask'(£17.50) to my t-zone and on any blemishes to reduce oiliness and draw out impurities; I leave it on for 10 minutes then rinse.
The last step is to apply Origins ‘Drink Up Intensive Overnight Mask'(£25) all over my face and 111skins ‘space defence bright eye lift gel'(£110) to my under eyes. When I wake up my skin looks radiant and clear and my dark circles are banished.
Whats your at home facial routine?