Review | Bomb Cosmetics Cotton Candy Bath Blaster

Want to hear my thoughts on the Bomb Cosmetics Cotton Candy Bath Blaster? The Bomb Cosmetics Cotton Candy Bath Blaster retails at £2.29 for 160g and is available to purchase in selected stores and on the Bomb Cosmetics website. Now lets me fair, this is one gorgeous bath blaster. It is baby pink in colour with cute piping in the middle and topped with silver glitter. I love the girly, pretty look it has and part of me was a little sad to drop it in the bath as it looked lovely. Although it is called Cotton Candy, I actually wouldn’t…

Review | The Body Shop Honeymania Bubble Bath Melt

Want to know my thoughts on The Body Shop Honeymania Bubble Bath Melt? For as long as I can remember I’ve been a big fan of The Body Shop and their wonderful products but one thing I’d never got round to trying was their Honeymania range, until recently when I was very kindly sent the Honeymania Bubble Bath Melt along with a few other Body Shop goodies (they’ll be featured soon, promise!) And let me tell you, the Honeymania scent is amazeballs and fast becoming one of my favourites from the well known brand. The Body Shop Honeymania Bubble Bath…

Review | Bubble T Cosmetics Fizzing Bath Bombs

Want to hear my thoughts on the Bubble T Cosmetics Fizzing Bath Bombs? Today I introduce you to a selection of products from Bubble T Cosmetics, a brand inspired by the popular and colourful Taiwanese drink invented during the 1980’s. When the creators arrived back here in the UK after a trip to Asia, they noticed many bubble tea stores opening, particularly in London’s West End and in Manchester. (If you’re not familiar with bubble tea, it’s a tea base blended with fruit. Tapioca balls are then added which lay at the bottom of the drink which gives the drink…

The Best Soap and Glory Products

Want to know what I think are the best Soap and Glory products? The Breakfast Scrub If you’re a fan of foodie fragrances, this may just be the scrub for you. It smells incredible, sort of like a mixture of caramel biscuits and syrupy pancakes. In terms of texture, The Breakfast Scrub is quite thick and packed full of both small and large gritty particles meaning you get a gentle exfoliation but at the same time the scrub is able to tackle those areas that need that extra TLC such as the kness and elbows. The Breakfast Scrub retails at…

Review | Mandara Spa Tropical Blooms Nourishing Beauty Oil

Want to know my thoughts on the Mandara Spa Tropical Blooms Nourishing Beauty Oil? What Mandara Spa say “Immerse yourself in the calming blend of jasmine and ylang ylang inspired by the exotic fragrance of Thailand.  This multi-purpose product can be used for shiny hair, soft cuticles and silky smooth skin. Nourishing ingredients include softening sweet almond oil, coconut oil, smoothing honey extract and moisturising macadamia nut and rosehip oil. “ Price The Mandara Spa Tropical Blooms Nourishing Beauty Oil retails at £6.00 for 50ml and is available to purchase on the Sainsbury’s website and in selected stores. Packaging The oil…

Review | St Grape Aqua Bliss Bath Scrub

Want to know my thoughts on the St Grape Aqua Bliss Bath Scrub? What St Grape say “97% Natural + 3% Vitamin E Enriched 100% Pure essential oils From Cleopatra to the Queen of Sheba to you… This magical combination of natural high quality mineral sea salt and natural Oil extracts from around the world was uniquely created to rejuvenate, refresh and heal – at the same time offering a natural calming and relaxing sensation for the whole body. Who can benefit from St. Grape’s natural skincare products? Due to its natural ingredients it can be used by men and women with…