Wednesday, October 21, 2009

My Mini "Smelly" Haul

Posted by luvrin at 4:59 PM
Lately I have been obsessing over products that make you smell good- but are not perfume! Priceline was having a 20% off all Organix products, so I decided to grab some shampoo and conditioner for my son, who is 7 and is still using baby shampoo! I can also use it for myself on the days I want to smell nice. Currently I'm using Kerastase Nutritive Bain Satin and Nutridefense which I love. But sometimes I just want to smell like a holiday, you know what I mean?

So I got the Coconut Milk shampoo and conditioner, and the Coconut Milk leave in nourishing milk. They didn't cost a lot at all. I swear, the leave in milk is soooo good. You just spray it in your hair and you smell delicious! It also claims to be good for your hair which I hope it is. But even if it does nothing, having yummy smelling hair is the reason why I got this and I'll repurchase if I have to!

I also grabbed some Palmers Cocoa Butter moisturising lotion for my body. Might as well smell nice from top to toe! In the past I've used this product religiously but since giving birth I haven't bothered to use it. I can see that my skin is really starting to dry out. So hopefully I can start using this agian to restore moisture to my skin, especially as summer is just around the corner.

I also got some earrings because they're about the only jewellery I wear. I thought I'd add to my collection. The thing is, I already had the smaller hoops but I've somehow misplaced them... I was looking for them all week long last week because I wanted to wear them for the weekend. I didn't find them so I had to get new ones as I loved them so much!

Anyway that's it for my mini "smelly" haul. I might do a review on the new shampoo and conditioner, and the leave in milk. And maybe even the Kerastase products...


Anonymous said...

The coconut milk stuff sounds yummy, love coconutty smells but never liked the smell of palmer's.


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