Bedside Beauty

 

 

 

 

 

 

These are the products I use basically every night, just before I go to bed. I take off my pandora bracelet and my necklace my boyfriend bought me 4 years ago (which I wear more of less every day). My Kissy Missy Lipbalm by Zoella lives on my bedside table just because it now comes everywhere with me, and I always put it on my bedside table, just so I know where it is (rather than it getting lost in a bag somewhere in the bottom of my wardrobe).
The rest of the products are all different moisturisers of sort. Most of them are fairly heavy, and leave my skin looking a little greasy until they are absorbed into my skin overnight so that I wake up looking super soft and smooth.
Cath Kidston Lip Balm – this is a super thick lip balm that leaves my lips feeling really sticky, but I wake up in the morning and they are really soft, so I don’t mind, but makes it a perfect ‘leave-in lip balm’.
Nivea Hand Cream – this isn’t a heavy moisturiser, it’s just my current hand cream, and working in a restaurant situation dries out my hands, so I have to apply this as much as possible.
Liz Earle Superbalm – I often have dry and cracked skin around my eye, and so I apply some of this over the skin at night and it helps repair the skin while I’m sleeping. It takes a while to sink in, and when you first apply it, it looks quite greasy, so I like the apply it just before I go to sleep. This was really expensive when I bought it, but it lasts for ages.

Caudalie Huile Divine – I’m growing my nails long after biting them (I know eww) for the first 19 years of my life, and so they are super brittle. I got this sent in a lib box, and you are meant to be able to use it on your nails to repair them. So, I’m giving it a go… I’ll let you know what I find out.

 

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