I really love the look of the new The Body Shop Raspberry collection. I am not gonna lie, I want absolutely everything. I have a thing for raspberry, both the berry and raspberry beauty products, so this looks like a perfect collection for me.
- Body Butter, 200 ml, £13/$20; and we all know that their body butters are divine!
- Shower Gel, 250ml, £4/$8
- Body Scrub, 200ml,
After the luxury beauty gift guide, here is the opposite, the affordable option. And I’ve kept it all under £10. Most of the products I have and love, so can definitely recommend them. Only two from the list I haven’t tried but they’ve caught my attention, and I wanted to include them.
So here we go.
1. Mavala Extra Mild Nail Polish Remover, £7.86 from Amazon.
I honestly do not want to be using any other nail varnish remover after discovering this. Have used up 3 bottles already, and it’s just the best.
2. Ice Roller, £9.99 from Amazon.
I do have a pink quartz roller but nothing de-puffs the face quite like this. And it is a very nice and cooling sensation. You can see mine here.
3. Scalp Massager, from £5 from Amazon.
This is a pretty cool and inexpensive little gadget that I really enjoy using myself, and would definitely recommend. Scalp massage is one of the best things in this life, I am convinced.
4. Lanolips Rose Hand Cream Everyday, £9.99 from Cult Beauty
Did you know that The Body Shop celebrate 21st anniversary of their famous body butters this year?
I did not know about it when I’ve added “citrus body butter from The Body Shop” on my Christmas wish list. This was the only beauty related product I’ve asked for!
And I was very happy to get a Pink Grapefruit one…
These body butters are loved by some many people and I am not an exception. I find that they are rich and moisturizing (with pink grapefruit seeds oil, cocoa and shea butters) without being greasy or oily. The product absorbs quickly, so I don’t have to wait for ages until I can get dressed.
I find that body butter does leave my skin smooth and soft for hours and I don’t need to use a lot of product, which is