Beauty Products I’ve Finished Off (AKA The “Empties” Video)

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Some of you may be bored to tears at the prospect of watching me talk through a series of empty plastic shower gel bottles and toothpaste tubes, others may be overjoyed. Whichever camp you’re in, you may find it quite interesting to see which products have actually been used up to the very last dregs. I’ll be honest; I tend to abandon products that don’t agree with me very quickly. They go straight into the Sin Bin, or they get passed on to friends or relatives, depending on quite how crap they are. Life is far too short to struggle along with a soap that makes your shins dry or a face cream that smells of rotten fish…

So you won’t really see any strong “dislikes” in this little roundup, just minor “pleh” sorts of sounds. (I probably wouldn’t buy the A’Kin body wash again, despite it having a lovely summery smell, but that doesn’t mean that I didn’t like it. It just didn’t excite me enough to rush onto FeelUnique and re-order. “Pleh.”)

This video actually went up the week before last; I totally forgot to post it up here on the website. Sorry – brain like sieve, etc etc.

Links to stuff below the video screen – please click here if you can’t see the video and a new page on Youtube will miraculously open.

Laura Mercier Coconut Almond Body Creme IN SALE:

A’Kin Orange Blossom Body Wash:

Neal’s Yard Frankincense Cleanser:

Emma Hardie Moringa Cleansing Balm:

REN Rosa Centifolia Micellar Cleansing Water:

Clarins Gentle Exfoliating Toner:

Living Proof Restore Mask:

Oral B Pro Expert Premium Toothpaste:

StriVectin SD Eye Cream:

Alpha-H Essential Hydration Cream: free worldwide delivery here –

Lancome Bi-Facil Eye Makeup Remover:

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