Five Beauty Products I Can’t Live Without

I like to think my beauty regime is quite low maintenance, splish, splash, splosh and I’m ready to leave the house but there’s definitely a few steps to my daily beauty regime I have to perform before I can even consider leaving the house in the morning. The five beauty products I can’t live without are listed below.

1) There’s a few face scrubs I use but this Palmer’s Cocoa Butter Formula Exfoliating Facial Scrub (£5.99) seems to be the one that suits my skin the most, especially as I’m prone to spots and have oily skin. I have only managed to find this product in Superdrug’s and Sainsburys.

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(Image Source: Superdrug’s website)

2) I love trying out new conditioners and have probably tried most of the high street brands but the one I always seem to go back to when my hair needs a pick me up is L’Oréal Paris Elvive Nutri-Gloss Light Shine Conditioner (£3.99).

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3) A great body scrub is Original Source Skin Quench Daily Scrub Tea Tree (£2.70) the tea tree fragrance is really refreshing and a great pick me up in the mornings.

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(Image Source: Boot’s website)

4) This Palmer’s Cocoa Butter Formula Body Lotion (£4.15) is one product that I just couldn’t live without, especially in the winter months as my skin can get really dry and itchy.

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(Image Source: Boot’s website)

5) I have really sensitive skin so I have to be really careful with what I use on my face and this Clarins Multi-Active Lotion SPF15 (£42) seems to work really well and doesn’t leave me oily or greasy.

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Here’s the proof that I actually use these products in my bathroom! The Original Source Mint and Tea Tree is just a wash as I annoyling picked that up rather than a scrub, so I use it with the pink exfoliating gloves. I run out of conditioner quicker than shampoo as my long locks require sooooo much attention thats why the shampoo and conditioner are from different ranges, which I’m not too fussed about. And then there’s some Soap and Glory products I’ve been trying out recently, which I’ll review once I have used them a few more times!

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