*Neals Yard Frankincense & Mandarin Body Polish, *Origins Ginger Burst Shower Gel, *Lee Stafford Breaking Hair Shampoo and Conditioner, Sanctuary Body Brush
If there is one activity I've been looking forward to indulging myself in on an evening, and that's having a good old scrub up in the shower. I never used to be into my shower products, but just recently something has come over me... Other than the fact there is nothing more appealing than getting in from the icy cold, into a hot, steaming shower to smother myself in feel good, lovely smelling products.
Body wise, the Origins Ginger Burst Shower Gel has been making me tick. It not only smells beautifully refreshing, but the thick texture and how it lathers up feels so lovely and satisfying. Before this I was never really fussed and grabbed anything in the shower (usually Sainsbury's own) but I can see myself repurchasing this once emptied! Before my skin often felt stripped, not with this one.
After scrubbing myself clean with the help of Origins I like to give my skin a bit of exfoliation. I think it's especially important in the colder months, being prone to dry, dull skin. My product of choice is the Neal's Yard Frankincense & Mandarin Body Polish, and oh boy is this good. You know that 'Ahhh' feeling you get when you scratch your back? Yep, it does exactly that, as well as leaving my skin silky smooth of course. Highly recommend. See that tool peeping through the back? That's a Sanctuary Body Brush and is the only thing that gets rid of old, unwanted tan for me to start fresh. I've also been using it for body brushing in the attempt to budge some cellulite (will let you know how that goes).
For hair I've been trying out the Lee Stafford shampoo and conditioner from their Breaking Hair range - I don't really know much about hair products but I do like these! My ends, which are my main concern, are always left feeling and looking very silky. The only thing that does put me off a little is the strong scent, smells like Angel perfume. But hey! I can easily look past that for the sake of silky hair.