Everyday Beauty Essentials


Sometimes its easy to forget about products which we use everyday. This morning's post is to celebrate the unsung heroes of the beauty world. I really wanted to talk about a few everyday products, products which might not deem worth of their own individual post but deserve some appreciation.

As a dehydrated skin type I've probably tried a million facial oils. Other than very expensive high end options my favourite has to be the N Spa  Deep Hydrating Oil. Avaliable at Asda, this bad boy is only £6 but is regularly in their 2 for £8 deal. At 50ml a bottle and a pipette, this is a wonderful buy for me and one I've made over and over again in between high end products.

We all sweat. Lets not lie now. For me the Mitchum solid stick deodorant is the best I've ever used and rarely leaves any white marks. If you're looking for a new one I suggest trying this out but buy it from your local supermarket rather a drug store as its always been much cheaper! We all brush our teeth too, well I hope we do - if not, gross! and if like me you love your teeth staining foods and drinks then the Oral B 3d White Luxe toothpaste actually works at reducing staining in a really easy and pain free way. Ive using whitening systems, strips etc but simply by switching my toothpaste to this for a week or so before an event (most recently a wedding) my teeth have been so much whiter with literally zero extra effort.

I love hand creams and foot creams and lotions and potions so for me the Palmers Cocoa Butter Concentrated Cream is perfect for an all rounder product. Good for hands, knees, elbows, feet..I can pop one thing in my over night bag and I'm covered. This one was just £2.49 as well making it insanely good value plus it smells like chocolate.

A cleanser which I've never given enough credit to is the Super Facialist by Una Brennan Cleansing Oil. This stuff is in most boots stores, cheaper than even the likes of high street and lower end brands yet does a better job than any other oil cleanser I've tried. Its soft, fresh with a lovely smell and melts away my make up effortlessly. At just £11 its a snip too.




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  1. I'm useless with skincare but will definitely be trying the Mitchum deoderant, my usual Sure isn't cutting it anymore! xx

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