I thought I'd share my bath time favourites with you guys! I'm a total water baby, I really love just relaxing with a candle flickering and my laptop propped up playing a film or catching up on some TV I've missed (Total trash TV junkie)
I LOVE these two body washes, Clean on me is the first scent I ever smelled by Soap and Glory and in time they've released a few more, both the washes come in a large size (and smaller) so they last me ages, I've had these since December so between them both the price might seem a little steep (£6-£6.50) but I haven't needed to buy body wash in months so it's totally worth it.
Sugar crush is by far my favourite smell out of the range, it's so good I always want to eat it. It smells like sweet sugary lime if that's even a smell. It's heavenly and I am guilty of opening the top and smelling it for ages when laying in the tub.
Both have pump dispensers, a massive plus for me no messing about with caps and lids!
These are currently 3 for 2 at Boots.
We all know theres nothing better than taking your bra off and removing your make up after a long day and these are two facial washes I like a lot.
Neutrogena's Visibly Clear Pink Grapefruit Scrub is my all time favourite I found it really helped with some pimples that I kept getting on my chin, It's 2 for £5 at Boots and is usually £4.95 so it's a bargain right now. I also recommend moisturiser from the same range.
After my scrub I use the Peaches and Clean wash, again by Soap and Glory. It's heavily scented so if you're not a fan of that this might not be for you, I feel like it tightens my pores a little and it's really refreshing.
Peaches and Clean is also on 3 for 2 at Boots.
I change my shampoo and conditioner all the time as I can't seem to find one that I think is my holy grail, lately I've headed back to the Aussie range as having red hair for 6 odd years has really taken it's toll on my locks.
I always feel like my hair has been scrubbed then conditioned wonderfully with these, I don't feel like the make my hair any less dry than anything I've used before but the Aussie scent is scrumptious and they're my safebet.
If I don't use Aussie I'll use something sulphate free again because of the red I have to be careful sometimes not to strip my hair colour with shampoos.
L'oreal's line of sulphate free range is one of a few I've tried and it's probably the only one I've liked as a lot as with some others I feel like my hair hasn't been washed properly probably because the shampoos don't lather a lot and it can be difficult to actually wash your hair! They also do different types of care for different hair types so I use the colour care range.
Lee Stafford's Hair growth shampoo is kind of hard to wash my hair with but I like the rage they do, they all smell divine and my hair actually reacted really well, I got a good few inches growth from it so I will be going back when they bring back the 3 for 2 or 3 for £12 deals at Boots!
I also sometimes grab a repair conditioner and give my hair a good conditioning hour every other wash so I've been trying out Dove Hair Therapy Nourishing Oil Care Deep Conditioner I like how soft my hair is after using this and I'll definitely use it again, it hasn't got a strong scent and I'm a bit scent orientated sometimes but it mixes perfectly with my semi permanent hair colour to top up my red and it's lovely and thick.
What do you think about these products? I'd love to hear about any really good shampoos or conditioners for damaged dry and coloured hair so leave a comment if you know of any really good ones!