Sunday, 20 September 2015

WEEKEND HAULS : A FEAST FOR THE SENSES


So many things are happening lately. Things such as new office, new friends, new routines and so much more (as mentioned HERE). I should say, I like our new office at Wimbledon. When I get a chance, I'll give you a little office tour. Whilst the place is not a big one, it's officey and homey at the same time. Another reason why I LOVE it is that there's a mall literally just outside our new hub. Case in point - I did a mini-shopping at H&M last Friday. Good times!

There are two batches for our weekend hauls today. I reckon 'a feast for the senses' is apt since the range varies from food to bath accessory. 

THE BODY SHOP CAMOMILE MAKEUP REMOVER
I finally finished my Garnier Cleansing Micellar! I googled 'best makeup remover' and this beauty came out on the list. It's £9.00 for 150 ml. A bit pricey compared to Garnier (£5.00 for 400 ml) but let's see how it goes. The Body Shop makeup remover is oil based and since winter is coming, I could use an additional moisture on my face.

THE BODY SHOP BATH BRUSH
This is TMI but the other day, I scrapped (gently) my fingers on my back and I saw massive amount of dead skin coming off! High time to use a bath brush. I was never a fan of loofah since I find them so stiff so I settled for this wondrous alternative. It's £6.00. They have another version (the brown one) for £10.00. I'm guessing that's the organic version (or something like that).

HOLLAND & BARRETT GOODIES
I am slowly transitioning to organic products these days. It dawned on me that I only have one body and I have to take care of it. I heard somebody said you cannot snack on junk food and expect your outlook {in life} to be better. On point! As such, I decided to gave some snacks a try. I bought a milk chocolate rice cake (as an alternative to cookies), whole food chocolate coated raisins for snacks and a camomile & honey tea. It's so obvious that I still have a long way to go but that's okay :)

PS: The Haribo (gummy bears) pack is an exception. Haha! I got them from Sainsburys though.



Next batch is a perfume, a hair mask and some more fun stuff!


DKNY BE DELICIOUS FOR WOMEN
It was last year when I repurchase my all time favourite Clinique Happy Heart and to this point, I'm still pleased with that. But lately, I'm getting bored of wearing the same scent over and over. So, I decided to buy this perfume I've been lemming for so long. I do enjoy the just-right fruity smell of this one. One thing though, I noticed that the smell doesn't last as much as Clinique Happy Heart though both are Eau De Parfum. Or maybe because I was the one who's wearing the scent?




GLUTEN FREE BISCUIT FROM COTSWOLD
Let me quote the mighty Wiki: The Cotswolds is an area in south central England containing the Cotswold Hills, a range of rolling hills which rise from the meadows of the upper Thames to an escarpment, known as the Cotswold Edge, above the Severn Valley and Evesham Vale.

Me and my friends visited the place yesterday and it was fun! It's a lovely place with so many picturesque views. I am not a biggie in terms of touristy shopping so I just snapped this biscuit just in case I feel hungry during midday. 

L'OREAL ELVIVE FIBROLOGY THICKENING MASQUE
I am a bit annoyed because whilst I was browsing the details for this blog - I found out that I could've bought this same pot for £3.00 in Superdrug. I got it at £5.00 from Boots. Ugh. Moving on, I got a body wash from Boots coined as Vanilla, a soap dish (because I'm still using Safeguard even I'm here in London, ha!) and a trusty nail file :)

That's all for my loot this weekend. Have a good one! -CMK
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