I am trying to use up as many products as I can before buying new ones, but my current feelunique basket is full of skincare/body care and hair care items and I am really tempted to click 'proceed to checkout' right now :) I actually need a new exfoliating toner and emergency face wipes, so I will have to place a cheeky order this weekend anyway, but I am not sure if my budget allows me to buy all of the product mentioned in this post :)
1.Ole Henriksen Truth To Go Wipes (10, £6.00) - Really pricey, but absolutely amazing! I only buy them on offer and you currently get 3 for 2. I always buy the smaller packs, as I don't use face wipes enough to buy 3 packs of 30. These are gentle, smell incredible and don't leave my skin feeling tight and dry.
2.First Aid Beauty Facial Radiance Pads (60 pads, £20.50) - I need a new exfoliating toner, but these sound really good and one pack would last me for 2 months. Totally fuss free and without any unnecessary nasties.
3.Emma Hardie Amazing Face Natural Lift and Sculpt Moringa Cleansing Balm (100ml, £34.00) - I just finished my 2nd (or 3rd) jar of this stuff and I just have to repurchase. It is my favourite cleansing balm and I can't recommend it enough. My skin loves it, but my bank account hates it. It is worth the price tag though and one tub lasts me for 4-6 months.
4.Jurlique Rose Moisture Plus Cream Mask (100ml, £32.50) - I love Jurlique's rose range and this face mask sounds perfect. It is meant combat dullness and dryness, provide luminosity and hydration.
5.Jurlique Fruit Enzyme Exfoliator (50ml, £30.60) - sometimes I feel like my skin needs a little bit more exfoliation and this treatment really appeals to me. It is meant to be used 2-3 times a week to help revitalise and smooth skin’s appearance. I am not sure how strong it is though. If it's the same as my exfoliating toners (Clarins and REN), I would rather buy one of them. Have you tried it?
6.Fushi Extra Virgin Organic Coconut Oil (250g, £8.05)- I use coconut oil for cooking, but I really want to start using it more for beauty purposes. The Fushi one seems reasonably priced and I like the simple packaging.
7.Palmer's Coconut Oil Formula Strong Roots Spray (150ml, £3.79)- Another coconut product :) I want to try this spray to see if it works on my itchy scalp, as it gets easily irritated with dry shampoo and volumising sprays. I normally use the Philip Kingsley Scalp Toner, but it is quite pricey and I want to find a cheaper alternative.
8.Xen-Tan Dark Lotion (236ml, £24.45) - My fake tan drawer is full to the brim, but I keep repurchasing Xen-Tan Dark Lotion and Moroccan Tan. I just love them and find them very hydrating. I use (and like) other brands too, but this has been my go to fake tan for over 6 years and I always have a bottle in my stash.
What's on your wishlist or in your online basket at the moment?