From Right To Left
Lush Tea Tree Water 100g £3.95- This was a but of a meh kinda product for me. It did it’s job as toner fine but there wasn’t any wow factor where I could see any difference to my skin while using it. It did help get rid of any missed bits of make up or dirt but I think I wanted more from it. Lasted around 4-5 weeks. Already prefer The Body Shop Tea Tree toner but not had it long enough to know by how much.
Botanics Cleansing Toner All Bright 250 ml £3.99 (or 2 for £6 on All Bright range) – This I had a little left over from before I started using the Lush Let The Good Times Roll with the Tea Tree toner I just mentioned above. I used this for a week extra to finish it up before I picked a new one This is an inexpensive product but I could tell in a morning that I had used it. It really does brighten the face and it was the pick me up that woke my face up before my morning coffee. I would gladly use this again in the future and it’s almost always on offer in boots.Lasted while in use about 3 months so very good value.
Batiste Tropical Dry Shampoo 400 ml £4.99- Epic coconut smell that is my favourite from the Batiste brand. Does the job well but I think the bigger bottle felt like it ran out faster than it should have. Maybe just me using more because it’s bigger, will go back to the smaller one and see.
James Brown Colour Enhance Shampoo and Conditioner ( Travel Size) – These smell really nice and luxe like how your hair smells after going to the hairdressers. These are the reason I now have the moisturising version in full size from a set I got in the Christmas sale at Boots. I haven’t really spent a lot of time taking great care of my hair but these minis made my hair so much nicer and since I finished these up the Jame Brown collection have made brushing my hair easier and I get less knots.