Sunday Pamper 004

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Body: My eczema has gotten a lot worse this week, especially on my legs so in the bath I layered up the products. First up is the L'Occitane Almond Shower Oil which I've been sort of rationing and saving as I love it so much. This works so well at moisturising the skin and leaves behind a gorgeous almond scent. The oil turns into a milk when it hits water which just feels so luxurious. I have been using it on occasion to shave my legs with but can see that becoming a bit of an expensive habit. To boost the moisture levels in my skin even more I used Lush Dreamwash as a sort of conditioner for my skin, leaving it on for a couple of minutes before rinsing away. Once out of the bath I followed up with Dream Cream which is sadly nearing the end of the tub.

Face: I got a mini sample of the Origins Clear Improvement Mask with an order the other day and it's one I've wanted to try for ages. I applied the charcoal mask to my t-zone and then applied the Drink Up Mask to the rest of my face. I may have looked a bit weird but my skin felt seriously amazing after and this will be a duo I'll be reaching for a lot. Once I washed the masks off I mixed my normal moisturiser, Liz Earle Skin Repair, with a couple of drops of the Nude ProGenius Treatment Oil. Even though the Skin Repair is very moisturising, the added oil just makes my skin glow and I can tell a difference in my skin the next morning.

Hair: My hair didn't really get much attention with todays pamper session but when I was my hair later on tonight I'll be applying a good amount of the Dove Hair Mask as it's been feeling quite dry recently.

Hands: My nail polish colour this week will be Essie All Tied Up, a gorgeous rose with gold shimmer. Not your typical summer colour but it just stood out in my collection when I went to choose one earlier today. For once I'm going to match my fingers and toes which never normally happens! Once dry I'll apply a layer of All For Eve Eve's Balm to cancel out any dry skin from the nail polish remover or polish itself.

Feet: For some reason this past week my feet have become extremely dry so I focused on them quite a lot in todays pamper session. The last step while in the bath was to give the bottoms of my feet, especially my heels, a good buff with the Tweezerman Pedro Callus Stone which was bought after Estee raved about it. Not a very glamorous tool but it works so well. I like to put my feet back into the bath water and give them a quick scrub with the Soap & Glory Sugar Crush Body Scrub just to get rid of any other dry patches on my feet.  Once my feet were dry I painted my toes with the same Essie polish I used on my hands and applied a layer of The Body Shop Hemp Foot Protector. Just like the Hemp Hand Protector, the foot version works miracles. A small amount of this keeps my feet feeling amazing and sandal ready, if the weather decides to warm up.


  1. Whenever I read about others pamper evenings, it always makes me want to go do one myself!
    xx Amber
    Lovely Notions

  2. I know exactly what you mean whith the almond oil I'm rationing one too haha, but I think I will just enjoy using it and ask for some more for Christmas :)

  3. Some lovely looking stuff! That Essie colour looks gorgeous.

    Katie x |

  4. Great Pictures! And I love that Essie color!

    Nature With Nurture

  5. Where did you get that wooden post for your stuff?
    Lovely post!

    1. It was found at a car boot sale I'm afraid, not sure where you'd be able to buy one or even what to search for online :) xx

  6. Gorgeous nail polish and wow that is a huge bottle of oil! Hope your eczema is calming down x

  7. Great selections! And the photo looks amazing too. I love the moisturiser from Liz Earle too, I totally rely on their products. I have the shower oil from LOCCITANE too but I didn't like it unfortunately :(

    The Beauty Maniac in Tokyo

  8. The nail polish looks gorgeous ! Love it

    Madeline | Its a Mads Mads World


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