It's empties time! I've been so bad posting these so naturally I was shocked to see how many empty products I accumulated in a few months. I will really have to do them more often so I don't end up with 20 producs at a time. :)
Deep Steep Bubble Bath Passion Fruit Guava - such a lovely and affordable bubble bath! The smell is intoxicating, tropical, fruity and sweet. I will probably repurchase at some point, but I have to try some other scents first. My next one will be from their Tangerine - Melon line, which also smells delicious. More here and here.
Acure Moroccan Argan Stem Cell + Argan Oil Conditioner (review) - holy grail!<3 I'm using the big ass bottle now and absolutely loving it! It really is awesome that it's available in such a huge packaging. Shampoo from the same line is also my HG. :)
Gaia Creams Gorgeous Foot and Leg Balm* (review) - an amazing balm for them feet. Super nourishing and perfect for colder months. If you suffer from dry skin on your feet or if you just want a lovely rich balm, then this is the product for you. Vegan, organic and made with love.
Sante Shower Gel Lemon Fresh - I really liked these a while back and I bought a few in different scents but I'm so over them! I think I still have two left, fortunately they're almost finished. Won't repurchase.
Riad of Aromas Avocado & Chamomile Body Cream* (review) - a super lovely body lotion. I truly enjoyed it, it's nourishing and calming, just amazing!
Terra Naturi Effect Mascara - can you tell I like this mascara? I still haven't gotten around to write a review but for a drugstore natural mascara it's amazing! The only thing that slightly bothers me is that it can smudge. Fortuantely that doesn't happen every day and because it makes my lashes look lovely, I still very much enjoy using it. Of course I've already bought it again. :)
Herbfarmacy Wash-Off Cleansing Mousse* (review) - oh how I love this product. Soothing but oh so effective. It's a mix between a cream and a mousse, it has a beautiful texture. It doesn't foam, it's super gentle, it doesn't irritate my skin one bit and at the same time also gets rid of my makeup. One negative thing was the pump. It was perfectly fine in the beginning but sometime near the end it started to annoy me. You know where you press the pump down there's a bit of space so the pump can move? Well, the mousse came out that way too! So through the actual dispenzer and the sides of the pump. Nonetheles I'd still buy it again, it's actually worth the mess. :) And I also think it was just my bottle because I didn't read any negative comments on it.
SpaRitual Protein Boost Strengthening Treatment Polish (review) - I bought this because I thought it would help my nails to grow strong and healthy. It didn't do nothing of the sort but I still liked using it as a base and top coat. But I don't recommmend it as a growth nail polish. I found something way, way better for that. :)
Dr. Alkaitis Organic Soothing Gel* - such a lovely, lovely product. It kinda did wonders for my skin in terms of keeping the redness down. It goes perfect with the name, it's soothing. It calmed my skin perfectly and I would buy a full size. More here.
Mad Hippie Antioxidant Facial Oil (review) - I really enjoyed using this product in the beginning but I'll have to say that I won't be repurchasing. It's nice but there are other oils that work better for my skin. I'd still like to try some other Mad Hippie products, I heard they're great.
Andalou Naturals Argan & Sweet Orange Shampoo and Conditioner (review) - moisturizing, nourishing and with a gorgeous sweet and fruity scent. Mmm so yummy.<3 I loved them and I will definitely buy again sometime in the future.
Hurraw! Coconut Lip Balm - wow, I can't believe I finished a lip balm! I have so many of them and Hurraw! balms are one of my favourite. I liked this one and would probably buy again if I hadn't had so many lip balms.
Gressa Minimalist Corrective Serum Foundation* - I had such high hopes for this product but I'm sad to say that it really disappointed me. I wasn't a fan of its super runny consistency and even though I read that it provides a light coverage, I expected more. It was almost like I didn't use a foundation at all! For those of you who don't know, this foundation is a mixture of oils and pigments and you really have to shake it up well and I did! I was shaking it like mad and then some more, but there was always too much oil and not enough pigment. And I did try another shade, still the same problem. Talking about shades, I also didn't manage to find a right one for my skin tone. There are so, so many positive and glowing reviews about it, just google it if want to know more, but for me it really isn't worth the price.
S.W. Basics Body Scrub - nice product but not my favourite scrub out there. I love the ingredients, it's literally good enough to eat! Coconut and sugar, who wouldn't eat that?! Because of the coconut oil which was in a solid state most of the time, it was quite a pain to get out off the jar. Also the sugar crystals were a bit too harsh for me but at the same time they also sticked together and it was hard to spread it evenly and remove all of the dead skin cells. But it did work well on smaller areas of my body, feet in particular. More here.
Natura Siberica Tonic Shower Gel - a lovely product with a lovely scent. But "parfum" unfortunately is amongst the ingredients. It lathers nicely, it's not drying and it's one of those inexpensive products that I'll probably buy again. Not the most clean natural brand though.
Thayers Rose Petal Witch Hazel Toner (review) - affordable and gorgeous! Love this product. It's so refreshing and just awesome. I use it after washing my face and before cream/oil and when I finish applying my makeup. I already have a new one.
Devita Solar Protective Moistruizer SPF 30+ (review) - even though I had some problems with this sun cream in the beginning (it balled up when I applied it and I ended up with tiny white particles on my face), I figured out a way and used a heavier moisturizer underneath it. But I don't think I'll repurchase because I found the sunscreen for me, the Kimberly Sayer one. This Devita moisturizer is still super lovely, it doesn't leave a white cast, it's not greasy and works well, I just prefer the other one.
A Pekee Skincare Holy Hibiscus Dew* and Youthful Eye Oil* - I'm sad to write about these products only in my empties post. A Pekee Skincare is a custom-blended skincare made fresh to order. I got these two lovely looking products to try but becasue they're so fresh and also made with water (the eye oil has tomato juice) they went bad pretty soon and I didn't even get a chance to test them out properly. But what I did try I liked, especially the eye oil. I really love the idea behind the brand, where you can pick and choose ingredients and make a product especially designed for your skin.