Monday, 15 March 2010

Bathtime: My favourite treat!

When I got home this evening I indulged myself in my favourite treat: a long soak in a steaming hot bath with a magazine. Heaven! But it got me thinking about how many products we smother ourselves in after every bath and how we all have our favourites: like most people it has taken a lot of trial and error to find the perfect routine and the products I love most, so I thought I would share the products I use:
I wash and condition my hair with Mark Hill Lighter Brighter Blonde, which I swear by. It smells incredible and leaves my hair glistening and super soft. As an aside I also use Mark Hill straightening balm and John Frieda full blown blonde root lifting spray to style my hair.

I have really dry skin so I scrub myself with Soap and Glory Flake away every other day. I then use a Skin so Soft (from Avon) creme gel for general cleansing. For my face I use a Soap and Glory face scrub, Clean on me cleansing milk and then Ponds cold cream (I know it's old school but I love the way it feels!)

Post-bath I have almost a different product for every part of my body: Soap and Glory Slimwear for my thighs, Girlglo body mist for my torso, and Elemis pro collegen body serum on my arms and decolletage.
I am increasingly aware of the need to look after my feet so I use the escenti softening foot lotion and Oriflame reviving foot spray. My mum has always impressed on me the importance of taking care of my hands so I scrub them weekly with No 7 Revitalising hand saviour scrub, and I use an Aveeno hand cream every day.

I know there's a lot of Soap and Glory on this list but I don't want you to think they sponsor me: I just really love the way their products smell! What's your routine? Are there any products that aren't on my list that you would recommend I try?

Love, Tor xx


Kallie said...

soap and glory hair let me go just a few more months without having to get a cut!

WendyB said...

Better guard that pink fluffy thing...Zoe Saldana will come by and make an Oscar dress out of it.