Empties #1


I never think to save my empty bottles, but I somehow managed to finish a bunch or products all around the same time. I've mentioned some of these products before in previous posts (which I will link) so I'll try to keep this short and snappy.

Lee Stafford Bleach Blondes Conditioner - I know, I am very clearly not a blonde. But like I mentioned in my 'Shower Routine', I used to have ombre hair, with blondish tips. I heard that purple shampoos and conditioners helped the blonde from looking healthy and diminish the brassy undertones. Even when I choppped off my ombre'd tips, I continued to use this because it made my hair feel soft and appeared to look less damaged. I suppose products that are made for people who use bleach in the hair would require a stronger formula so it can only be good for people who don't bleach their hair - right? Or is my logic just silly...

TRESemme Split Remedy Leave-in serum - I adore this stuff! As someone who uses heat on my hair almost daily, split ends are an ongoing battle. But this serum really helps to hold my hair together and stops the stray hairs and my ends from looking so brittle. Of course you will still be able to see some of your split ends if you look close enough, but this stuff really controls those fly-aways and keeps your hair looking sleek and smooth. It took  me forever to finish this bottle, I would usually use no more than two pumps straight after I straightened it. But I wouldn't use it when I was just briefly straightening a few strands before I head out the door because it just wasn't needed. I recommend this if you frequently use high heat on your hair or you suffer from frizzy hair.

Garnier Micellar Cleansing Water - Remember the hype about this one back in the beginning of 2014? I do, and I have to say, it was well deserved. Although it isn't my favourite cleansing water, is definitley high up the list. I love that it doesn't feel too intense, it literally feels like water! You do need to work it in  a bit more for your eye makeup, but it does remove it. If you don't want to use it as a makeup remover, you could always use it as part of your morning

Soap & Glory Hand Cream - I'm not a huge fan of this and if I'm honest, it's not actually empty. I typically have clammy hands (gross, I know) so any sort of hand cream just makes my hands feel greasy - so I'm probably not the best person to give a review on this product. The smell of it doesn't appeal to me as much as other products by soap and glory, but it's also not the worst I've smelt!

Clinique Liquid Facial Soap Mild - I did a post on this not too long ago (read here) so I'll try not to repeat myself too much. I love this stuff, it does such a good job at cleansing your face and feels really luxurious and soothing. It costs a bit more than a normal cleanser but I do think it's worth every penny and definitely think it's worth giving a try!!

Soap & Glory Sugar Crush Body Wash - Again, I've done a post on this (here). At first I wasn't a big fan of the scent of this because it's quite citrusy and not something I would typically go for. But after using it for a while I began to really like it because it's so refreshing! It's definitely a summer scent and if you're one of those who needs something to wake you up in the morning then this is the body wash for you! I love that Soap & Glory body washes are so big - they seem to last forever and so are well worth the money.

Have you tried any of these products? What do you think of them?

Love Neelam

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  1. I love the Garnier Micellar water, and I get through bottles of it so quickly!


    1. Me too! It does such a good job and doesn't feel harsh at all! x