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Soap&Glory, Nyx, Charles Worthington Salon Home

I hope you might be enjoying some lovely sunshine out in the garden at the moment and with Spring is already in the air, I deliberately took advantage of this situation and went on for a shopping spree mode and not to forget, with low buy accountability, I myself constrained to some sensible buys which I’ve waited so long to try some of the best recent finds. Also, I extended my hands to reach for all kinds of beauty products including body care, skincare, makeup and haircare; plus, these amazing products come from my ever favourite brands like Soap&Glory, Nyx cosmetics and Charles Worthington and so, let’s get started right away.

Nyx Color Correcting Concealer:

Nix Cosmetics - Color correcting concealer

Oh my! Colour correcting concealer is an upcoming makeup trend in 2016 and Nyx cosmetics has literally nailed this great innovation not only with just packaging alone but also in quality as well and by providing 6 coloured palatte wherein each colour targets onto cover certain areas of skin like blemishes, dark spots, dark circle, blackheads, thorough evened out base,etc. Well, I can completely proclaim the fact that this palette is one of the best buys lately and I can’t wait to explore more from this brand.

Soap&Glory Irresistible Gift Pack:

Soap&Glory Sugar Crush

This Soap&Glory irresistible gift pack comes with two gorgeous products like Soap&Glory Sugar Crush Buttercream and Soap&Glory Sugar Crush Body Wash. The great thing about the body butter cream is that it contains nourishing elements like shea butter, cocoa nut balm lime, almond oil and super fruit kiwi and hence, I expect it to be smelling amazingly good and very refreshing as well as it contains citrusy flavours. And, not only just body buttercream has citrus flavour alone but also, body wash has it too and so, being myself as a great citrus fan, I’m sure, I’ll be totally praising these products after use.

Charles Worthington Salon Home Conditioner:

Charles Worthington Salon Home Conditioner

I hope many of you have used this product before but for me, this is the first time I’m trying it out and so, I’m extremely delighted with this purchase as I have heard so many good reviews about this conditioner and also, it promises to keep moisture seal which is all my hair needs for this breezy season.

Have you ever tried any of these products before? If so, drop in your personal thoughts and as always, I would love to read them. Besides, let me know if you want to have a detailed review on any of these products. I hope you all have a wonderful weekend.

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Miniature Body Butter Treats.

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The first product that comes in the skincare regime is the good old body butters and having a thought of quantifying in-line with the fast bustling atmosphere, nowadays beauty companies are making a huge impact on delivering palm-sized, travel-friendly pots that are unbelievably handy while you are literally on the move. And, few of those trust-worthy branded miniature body butters like Soap&Glory’s The Righteous Butter and Champneys Health Spa’s Citrus Blush Enlivening Body Butter are the best examples of their product range. So, let me give you some in-depth details of their products right away.

Soap&Glory’s the righteous butter 50 ml:

Basically, it is a velvet textured body butter that has an intense feel of smooth and creamy lotion that ideally gets melted when it is applied onto your skin and the nourishing factors of softening shea butter and aloe vera makes this body butter multi-folds better and the botanical scent from the body butter could take your inner mind far away from home to the garden fields as it has an aroma of plants that refreshes your soul with plentiful of nature.

**In a nutshell**

  • Soft texture
  • Added nutritional extracts of shea butter and aloe vera
  • Moisture intact
  • Pleasant and natural aroma
  • Sinks into the skin
  • No bits after application
  • Long lasting scented feel

Champneys Health Spa Citrus Blush Enlivening Body butter 50 ml:

To be honest, if you are looking for a citrus crunched body butter, then this  is the quintessential choice for you as it contains all the richness of lemon, orange and heart-warming cardamom. Moreover, when you try to open up the container, then instantly you get the lightness of the citrus flavour that is encapsulated with the bouquet of fragranced cardamom to give you a nice duo of sensual feel. While, coming along to the moisture content of the body butter, then you guessed it right as it has a surplus amount of moisture retention formula from the enriching source of coconut oil, shea and cocoa butter. So, all-in-all, it is a complete package of body butter that has a citrus burst of essence incorporated in it, which is an ideal way to bring a feast to your healthy skin.

**In a nutshell**

  • Rich and creamy in texture
  • Refreshing scents of lemon, orange and cardamom
  • Revitalises your skin
  • Enriched with coconut oil, shea and cocoa butter
  • Leaves your skin unbelievably smooth without any bits
  • Perfectly moisturised feel
  • Great to apply on dry areas

Application:

  1. Start the procedure with the towel dried skin after shower or bath.
  2. Take generous amount of body butter in your palms and massage it gently onto your skin.
  3. Always, try to concentrate on the areas of dry skin including knees and elbows.
  4. Then, allow it to sink onto your body just like a second skin.
  5. Now, your skin is left with the fragrance that could last all day long.

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