The Repurchases 004
The Body Shop Moringa Shower Gel, Body Scrub & Body Butter // It's been a couple of years since I first bought this trio of Moringa scent products but I fancied the floral scent for the summer when there was a 50% off code floating around a month or two ago. Now I'm not normally one for incredibly floral scents but for some reason I love this one. I also like that I can use a shower gel, scrub and moisturiser all with the same scent. Also how amazing is this giant bottle of shower gel and that it comes with a pump? I have a feeling it's going to last years but was a bargain price with the discount I couldn't resist.
The Body Shop Hemp Hand Protector // This is probably my all time favourite hand cream and if on offer is pretty cheap as well. A small amount goes a long way so this tube always lasts a long time. I also use it on my feet and it's incredibly effective, it works way better than any foot cream does. I've grown to really like the scent as well and the metal packaging means I can use the tube squeezer on it. You can also use this as an overnight treatment by applying more than normal and wearing cotton gloves. This has been working miracles recently with the eczema on my hands.
Bioderma Micellar Soltution // I've lost count of how many bottles of this I've been through over the years. Apart from Liz Earle's Eye Bright, it's probably my most bought product. This doesn't irritate my sensitive eyes and gets rid of every last bit of eye make-up without having to rub. The best bit is that it doesn't leave an oily residue behind as it feels like water. I'm happy Escentual has started to stock the 500ml bottles again as it means it'll last longer and I wont have to make another order anytime soon.
L'Oreal Micellar Water // I bought this when it was first released and really liked it. It isn't as good as Bioderma but is a good alternative if I don't have time to order online or want something a little cheaper. I really don't like the packaging as if I'm not careful I can pour out too much product. Unless I fall in love with the Gariner version which I finally managed to track down, I can see myself repurchasing this a lot.
Dr Bronners Liquid Soap in Peppermint // This is probably my newest discovery but after trying a couple of different scents that came in a beauty box I knew I had to buy the full size of the peppermint scent. It smells like straight up mint extract and is really refreshing to use in the mornings. I tend to use a bath lily when using this as a shower gel as it's very runny. I'm thinking about ordering the unscented version to wash my make-up brushes with.