If you’ve been following me on Twitter, you’ll know that the pretty dismal weather here in the UK this week has left me feeling a little bit down and discontented. I think the main reason for this is because I have lots of lovely photographs I want to take for my blog posts, and with it being so dark through the lack of sunshine, I just haven’t got them done.
So, to make up for today’s beauty review not getting done, I thought I’d share a wishlist of things that have recently caught my eye from one of my favourite online shops, Zest Beauty. I hope that’s OK? Then let’s go …
Freedom & Discipline Steamcream – £13.95
The first thing on my Zest Beauty wishlist is Steamcream’s Freedom & Discipline tin. I admit that I was drawn in by the packaging of this, but I’ve heard lots of great things about Steamcream over the years so I’m sure it would be as fabulous as everyone always says it is! Apparently it is a multi-use cream that can be used all over the body, is easily absorbed and can change the appearance of the skin (for the better) if it’s used on a regular basis. No wonder I’m so keen to try it!
Elemis Spa Home Frangipani Monoi Salt Glow – £36.50
Ever since my visit to Ragdale Hall Health & Hydro Spa last November I’ve been obsessed with the Frangipani range from Elemis! It smells absolutely amazing and I’ve already tried out quite a few products from it that I loved. I would most definitely like to try the Monoi Salt Glow next as it sounds fantastic – it’s a gentle polishing scrub that helps to brighten the skin. And if it’s anything like the other products, it’s just bound to smell amazing.
Phytomer SeaTonic Stretch Mark Reducing Cream – £33.25
Next up on my Zest Beauty wishlist is a stretch mark reducing cream from a brand that I haven’t come across before … Phytomer. It’s designed to be used both in the morning and evening time and will make skin appear smoother and more beautiful looking. Well, a girl can dream!
Decleor Aromaessence Mandarine Smoothing Night Balm – £33.50
Recently I’ve been having a little trouble nodding off at night. I think it’s because I know I’ve got a lot to do and not enough hours in the day to do it all! I’ve used night balms in the past and found that they’ve worked really well to help me relax and drift off, but this one from Decleor sounds extra fabulous as it also helps to smooth those annoying wrinkles. What could be better than that?!
Moroccanoil Root Boost – £18.85
I’m a big fan of Moroccanoil products, but I’ve never tried their root boost before! I have really fine hair so I think that using this would be a great way for me to add some volume and hopefully get thicker looking hair.
Glamglow Thirstymud Hydrating Treatment – £49.99
Glamglow is a brand I’ve wanted to try for a good couple of years now, and I always hear good things about their masks. The Thirstymud Hydrating Treatment Mask caught my eye as since being poorly a few weeks ago my skin has gotten incredibly dry. Since this claims to hydrate, moisturize and restore and replenish, I think it would do my skin a lot of good.
Babyliss Pro Perfect Curl – £199.95
I’ve been wanting to try the Babyliss Pro Perfect Curl in what feels like forever. It features revolutionary new patented technology which makes it super quick and easy to use and everyone I know who has one says it creates beautiful curls in next to no time. Something I’d love to be able to achieve.
Elemis Pro-Collagen Hydra-Gel Eye Masks – £46.00
I’ve tried something similar to these from Bliss before, and I found them to work really well, so I’d love to try these ones from Elemis. They are clinically proven to instantly reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles … something I’ve noticed I’m getting more of recently. Eek!
And there you have it, my Zest Beauty Wishlist. I think it will be a while until I can afford to buy anything new though as we’re off on our holiday’s soon so I need to save every penny I can for that! Oh well, it will be worth the wait.
Are there any products you’d like to try from my Zest Beauty Wishlist?
Why not let me know in the comments below!