As it gets closer to Autumn (for the Southern Hemisphere at least) I am utterly thrilled to be getting in the bath more and having a good soak. Having a nice pampered evening is one of my fave things to do and it's done easier with these five products.
Lush Mask of Magnaminty - I stole this off my sister when I used this (sorry if you're reading - welcome to use this one!) so I decided a purchase was in order. No regrets - I love this stuff and I know a few who do as well. I like to use this roughly once a week to exfoliate and freshen up the skin. It leaves your skin feeling soft after scrubbing and it's good for calming down blemished skin.
Essie Bell-Bottom Blues* - This blue-navy colour has been a favourite on my nails as of late. As with plenty of people, I find Essie to have the nicest nail polishes - I like the brush, the relatively long-lasting formula, the packaging and the colour range. Bell-Bottom Blues is part of Essie's new Fall Collection in New Zealand.
Linden Leaves Memories Moisturising Lotion* - This was included in some beauty bits I got from my internship and it comes at great timing because I really need to start moisturising more. This smells primarily like rose + almond oil (the smell actually reminds me of the Lush Ro's Argan Body Conditioner. This soaks in quickly and supplies a nice amount of moisture and softness.
Boscia Charcoal Pore-Minimizing Hydrogel Mask - I used this a while ago but it was a really nice mask and I'd like to get it again if I happen to be in a Sephora anywhere (um, not likely). I used this on a day when my skin was breaking out really badly and I needed something to calm my spots down and this certainly worked at doing that. It felt really nice and cooling and smoothed out my skin too.
Lush Brightside Bubble Bar - I thought I would stray away from my trusty Comforter Bubble Bar and go for something different. The bubble bars in Lush are my favourite because they last me ages and make lots of bubbles (you'd hope). I really like the citrus scent of this one and could perhaps be more spring like for Northern Hemisphere people.
Do you like any of these products, or want to try any?