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I thought I would do a little haul for today’s post as just before Christmas I ordered several products from The Body Shop. Some of the products I picked up were repurchases of some of my favourites such as the Moringa Shower Gel, Moringa Body Yogurt and the Strawberry Lip Butter, so I won’t be talking about any of them as I've talked about them all before. Instead, I will talk about the products that I’ve not tried before. I also have an exclusive 20% off code to share with you at the end of this post! 

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I thought I would put together some gift ideas for anyone who might be stuck on what to add to your Christmas wishlist this year. I'm also putting together a Christmas gift guide which will include some main gifts and stocking filler ideas along with some mini reviews as well. The gifts that I’ve included in this post are mostly things that I’ve come across that I think would make lovely gifts as well as a few things that are on my own Christmas wishlist. 

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In today’s post, I’m sharing three must-have beauty products that are under £10 that I literally can’t be without. Two are products that I’ve used for literally years and one is a product I discovered this year.

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I wanted to share three Elemis products that I would love to try out. Since I’ve become an Elemis Insider and have had the opportunity to try out more of their products including some of their best-selling products, it’s made me want to try so much more from the brand. It’s actually been quite hard for me to cut this down to just three products to feature. I’ve also got a 20% off discount code/link to share which I will talk more about at the end of the post. 

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I was looking back at what I’ve posted on my blog this year and realised that I haven’t posted a ‘Things I’ve Been Loving Recently’ since June. It’s now almost November… how has that happened?! So in today’s post, I’m sharing some things that I’ve been loving since my last Things I’ve Been Loving Recently post. 

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PMD Beauty skincare gadgets have had a firm place in my skincare routine for the past couple of years. However, when it comes to owning multiple skincare gadgets, I definitely feel like you end up using some more than others and one of the devices I have stuck to using is the PMD Clean. So I was obviously excited when got the opportunity to try out the latest PMD Clean device, the PMD Clean Acne RRP £209* which is described as a smart facial cleansing device that uses SonicGlow™ Technology ensuring a deep, daily cleanse. The PMD Clean Acne also utilises blue light therapy treatments for mild to moderate acne.

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I’ve reviewed quite a few PMD Beauty devices on my blog over the past couple of years which you can check out here. In today’s post, I’m going to be reviewing one of their latest releases, the PMD Wave Pro RRP £119* which is described as an advanced skin spatula that extracts, infuses, and lifts using SonicGlow™ Technology and EMS to leave skin glowing and radiant. I’ve also got a 30% off discount code which can be used on selected products on the PMD Beauty website to share. So stick around if you want to know my thoughts on the PMD Wave Pro and/or if you want to bag a 30% discount. 

A Facetheory Review

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I’ve recently been trying out some more skincare products from Facetheory and I thought it was time to share my thoughts on the three products I’ve been using. If you haven’t heard of Facetheory before then you should definitely check them out. They are a UK-based vegan and cruelty-free brand that sells skincare, body care and makeup and they’re all about making simple but effective beauty products that don’t cost an arm and a leg. They‘re also free of parabens, silicones, PEGs, SLS, SLES, and mineral oils. I have reviewed other products from them before which you can check out here
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Dermalogica have recently added a new product to its much-loved Clear Start range. They have added a Clarifying Body Spray RRP £25* which is described as a breakout-fighting body spray that acts fast and is ideal to use on those hard-to-reach areas as the spray can be used at all different angles, including upside down. Sounds pretty great, right? Here are my thoughts… 

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I thought I would do another beauty wishlist but this time I’m just focusing on luxury beauty. I’ve made sure to select a variety of products for the post and there are also a couple of brands that I don’t think I’ve featured in a wishlist post before. 

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I’ve chosen six products that I would highly recommend picking up if you have an oily skin type. My skin kind of goes between being oily and then combination (an oily T-zone and fairly normal elsewhere), it usually switches between the different skin types depending on a range of things such as seasonal changes, hormones and diet. These six products help to keep the oiliness at bay without making my skin feel stripped or overworked with active ingredients. Some of the products mentioned are ones that I’ve used for a few years now and some of them I’ve discovered just this year. 

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Stripping back your skincare routine to the bare essentials can sometimes help reset your skin, especially if you’ve been using a lot of products containing active ingredients or have had an allergic reaction. I also tend to strip back my skincare routine to just the essentials on lazy days or sick days so in today’s post I wanted to share my go-to skincare products for those days. 

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Heimish are a Korean beauty brand that focuses on selling natural, simple skincare and makeup that is suitable for daily use. Their price range is what I would say is around drugstore priced depending on what you’re buying and they export their products to 70+ different countries. I received three of their best-selling products to try out and review and here’s are thoughts…

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I’m back again with another Beauty and Lifestyle Haul as it’s been a number of months since my last one and I do quite enjoy doing these kinds of posts. This one is definitely more beauty-focused which I didn’t really mean it to be, it’s just kind of happened.
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I wanted to do something a little different so I thought I’d share three drugstore brands which currently have multiple products that I want to try out and why I want to pick them up. I have purchased many products from the brands featured before but I just thought I’d change things up a little and talk about what I’ve currently got my eyes on in a different way.

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I haven’t done a favourites post for a few months so I thought it was time that I shared some of the things that I’ve been loving recently. I’ve discovered a hair care range that I’m obsessed with, a new Switch game that I can’t put down, a face moisturiser that’s perfect for oily skin, especially during the warmer months as well as a couple of rediscoveries too.

4 Spot Busting Products That Actually Work cosrx nivea derma skin clear witch spot sos dermalogica
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In today’s post, I’m sharing some of my favourite tried and tested products that I think really help to clear up your skin. I’ve made sure to include a variety of products and all but one are drugstore-priced too. 

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Facetheory are a vegan and cruelty-free brand and their products are made in the UK. They’re all about making simple but effective beauty products that don’t cost an arm and a leg and they‘re also free of parabens, silicones, PEGs, SLS, SLES, and mineral oils too. I reviewed some of their products on my blog last year which you can check out here and they recently got in touch again and asked if I wanted to try out some more products from the brand. So here are my thoughts on the three products that I’ve been trying out… 
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I really enjoyed putting together the last
Products I’ve Repurchased Over and Over Again blog post and it was actually one of my most viewed blog posts last year. So I’m back sharing 5 more of my most repurchased products and talking about what makes me want to always repurchase them.

Affordable Skincare Products Under £10 That I Would Recommend
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With the cost of living crisis affecting the majority of us, I know a lot of people have started to be more mindful about where they’re spending their money and thinking about areas where they can make some changes to save money. So in this post, I’m sharing some affordable skincare products that I would recommend if you’re on a budget and I’ve made sure that all of the products featured in this post are £10 or under. 

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