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Monday, 10 March 2014

All Used up March 2014

Hay everyone 

How are you all today?


Its a long over due post its my all used up/empties


Pearl drops whitening toothpaste i think this does make my teeth whiter and less stained
 Lushes snow fairy one of my all time fave smells I could eat this
 I love baby oil before oils were the in thing I used Baby everyday after my shower and I love this.
 Nairs brazilian spa clay this is a really good hair remover and i really like that it stays on in the shower.
kerastase Cristalliste shampoo This was my HG shampoo for ages
but i like to mix it up and try other product this is by far one of the best shampoos for fine hair.
 
 paul mitchell extra body daily shampoo this was a bit of a big disappointment for me. it did nothing for my hair at all.
 radox coconut smootie whats not to love! yum yum yum
 spatopia argan oil bath relaxer oh my gosh this was soooo nice it left my skin so soft and the smell was like a expensive spa
 Yes this is matey, no I dont have children I just love me some major bubble sometimes (stop judging)
 aw my epson salts this is what saves me from untold pain in my muscles. every good work should end with a relax with epson salts
No7 dry body oil and bath soak. I love the smell of theses products almost to much. The dry oil will be on my honeymoon list as this is so good for dry skin.

what have you used up? 

MissLJBeauty xoxo

4 comments:

  1. Have you used any other Lush products? Am seeing them come up in lots of reviews, keen to try some but don't know where to start! xx

    Bianca - cult logic xx
    www.cultlogicxx.com

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    1. Ive tried a few lush product i love the bath products the best and the marilyn hair mask

      xxx

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  2. I love using kiddie bubble bath also! Our popular one here in the US is Mr. Bubbles! Trying to catch up on my blog reading!

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    1. No, you mean Mr. Bubble, singular. Mr. Bubbles, plural, is a brand (of Chemtoy/Tootsietoy) of bubble blowing solution.

      As to Matey, shown, that brand originated in the USA, slightly ahead of Mr. Bubble. Both were knockoffs of Bub (from Charlie Eaton, inventor of Styrofoam cups), and all started in powder form, liquid versions of the knockoffs coming a little way into the 1960s after the success of Colgate's Soaky. Of those, only Mr. Bubble in the USA survived far into the 1970s, although Matey in the meantime had made its way to England.

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