Shower Oil: A Winter Must Have?

I have very dry skin so I have to give it extra love in winter.  Here are some tips from my dermatologist on how to take care of winter skin which really helped me.

Although it was a while ago, I am still using the Weleda soaps, after the calendula,  I had a rose one and am using the  lavender one now.

But what about the shower oils? We all know the cult favourite  L’Occitane Almond Shower Oil (review) and I also wrote about the Yves Rocher Oriental Shower Oil  (review) which I love.

However, there are so many new options on the market these days.  Here are just  two of them, which I’ve picked up a while ago.

Budget friendly Nivea and

Uplifting Body Care: Shower Gel and Body Lotion

After this feature about the new products that should be pretty epic for face, hair and body, I’ve decided to share the duo that I am currently loving.

Faith In Nature Grapefruit and Orange Body Wash, £5.79 (Holland & Barrett; Boots) and This Works In The Zone Body Lotion, £24 (M&S; Space NK)

I personally don’t like to have too many products from the same category but still love having 3-5 options to rotate them based on my mood, and skin condition.

And these are the shower gel and body cream combo which I reach for most of the times these days.

Both are definitely morning products.  And I am obsessed with

Makeup4all Loves: Korres Black Sugar Showergel

I am a big fan of Korres shower gels and have been using them for years already. This is why today I want to share with you my love for their Black Sugar shower gel.

It smells divine. I do love a shower, and, as corny as it sounds, but for me it is not just about cleansing but also about time of recharging. Insert some “body care is self care” cringe-worthy slogans here.

I hate having too many similar products at the same time, as I do not like clutter. However, I have to have a few shower/bath/body products at the same time to switch them depending on my mood.

I have to admit that I was reaching for this shower gel more often than any other ones I’ve got. If I had to describe it in one word – that’d be “intoxicating”. It’s a warm and sweet fragrance with the top notes of oriental lily, caramel and heliotrope, heart notes of rose, black sugar and brazilin rosewood and, finally, base notes of amber, vanilla bean and tonka bean. Black sugar is decadent and indulgent, it is a perfect aroma for AW months.

The only thing with