FIVE FAVOURITES | NOVEMBER

8 December 2015

Primark Snow Drops scented candle, Origins clear improvement face mask, COLAB Monaco dry shampoo, H&M Beauty Caribbean Crush hand cream, Aesop Parsley Seed face mask

I cannot comprehend that we are already at the last month of 2015. November literally flew by. I feel like I blinked once and the month was over. So when a month ends, I usually round up a few of my favourite items of that month and those are the following items:

The Primark Snow Drops scented candle is my first favourite of November. Once the first of October crosses my path I am back into all of the Christmassy scented candles. I have been burning this Primark candle for the past two months now and I just can't get enough of these candles. I think I already went back to Primark around 4 times to get myself a 'refill' of this particular candle.

Next item that is on my five favourite list of November is the Origins Clear Improvement face mask. I've been particularly spotty this past month and this is one of the masks I've been slathering this mask onto my face. It's such a lovely mask that actually tends to get rid of some of my spots, which is what you're after if you're dealing with lots of spots.

I am always on the hunt for a new dry shampoo so when I came across the Colab Monaco extra volume dry shampoo on Feelunique, I just had to put it into my shopping basket. I've been using it lots ever since I received it and I really like it!

At the beginning of November a new H&M flagship store opened in my hometown, so it felt obligatory to pop in and have a little browse at their new beauty range. I decided to pick up two hand creams and the one I've been using lots this month is the H&M Beauty Caribbean Crush hand cream. I really like the smell and it moisturizes my hands, which I needed it for. 

The last thing I have been loving during November is yet another face mask. The Aesop Parsley seed face mask has been saving my face from all the bulky spots I've been having lately. Like I said, my face is acting up so I tend to use this particular mask as a 'spot treatment' to target big pimples on my face, which sounds disgusting, but is the honest truth. 

Is there anything you've been loving during November? Or are there any products that help clear up your skin when you're suffering from pimples?


1 comment :

  1. I love that Aesop parsley seed face mask!

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