May Beauty Empties

 Happy June! Hopefully the weather is as beautiful where you are as it is here in Kent - it's 26 degrees today! May had weird weather, didn't it? There were days like today, days that were overcast but humid and sticky, but also horrible rainy days. But during all that weird weather, I was using up these products...

I really enjoyed this in my shower - it's fragranced with Jasmine and Rose, it had such a light, pretty smell. Although the packaging is looking a bit worse for wear now after getting wet (it's the one on the far left in the picture below), it's a good sustainable option - packaged in a recyclable glass bottle. I'm currently going through some other body washes for now, but I'll probably buy another from Fushi in the future!

I really enjoyed using this duo, left my hair feeling soft and looking shiny, thanks to it's no-lather formula (it's free from SLS/SLES!) which is much gentler on the hair than typical shampoos etc. At the moment I'm trying out their Splendidly Silky Moisturising  range* so this isn't on my to-buy list just yet. 
This is a gorgeous powder. Incredibly soft - it's so finely milled. It leaves a beautiful traceless, satin finish on the face but also holds all the make up in place. It's not drying, it doesn't look cake-y and doesn't cling to dry patches. And the beautiful rose gold packaging is to-die-for. I have already repurchased!

The shade soft sand has a lot of yellow in it (and the colour is visible when applied) so I used this a lot to get rid of redness - especially if I'd accidentally overdone it with the blush! It's got a matte finish, and is a bit heavier than the Charlotte Tilbury powder. So for that reason I decided to purchase the CT Airbrush powder again instead of this one. 


I got this on sale as it was being discontinued (it's now not available). It was alright. It was a bit too scented for me but it was a nice cleanser. It can also be used as a face mask, but I didn't like it so much in that way. Although it was handy when I was travelling because I could just take a cleanser, then use it as a face mask rather than taking a separate mask. Even if I could repurchase, I probably wouldn't to be honest. 

This is a lovely, simple, does-what-it-says-on-the-tin serum. It hydrates and has an instant soothing property to it. Vitamin E is a great anti-oxidant because I can't use the popular alternative: Vitamin C. I'm totally fine for skincare at the moment but will certainly be buying this in the future. 
Another fabulous pick for straight forward, no nonsense skincare. Great to tone after cleansing without trying to be all singing and dancing. Feels really light, refreshing and soothing. I had another back up in my stash! 

This is a brilliant chemical and mechanical exfoliant. It can be used like a scrub (not a harsh one!) or left on a little longer to let the Lactic Acid get to work on a deeper level. It contains papaya which has the most incredible smell! Really brilliant - I bought a back up and then received one in PR! It's one of my favourites so I'm happy about that. 

I've said it before and I've said it again: Soap & Glory skincare is so slept on. This is an amazing product, really removes even the most heavy duty make up, and it feels so refreshing. The smell is such an added bonus - it's light and cucumber-y and just yummy! It says no rinse but I always follow up with another cleanser (and would recommend that too). 

What beauty products have you used up lately? Did you repurchase any? 


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^I have received this product in PR at some point, but the particular one I'm talking about was purchased with my own money. 

2 comments

  1. I so want to get my hands on some Pixi Beauty products

    Candice x

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  2. I need to dip into soap and glory products! I used one of their cleansers years ago and loved it!

    Lucy | www.lucy-cole.co.uk

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