Early last month, I got some products from Holland & Barratt and have been waiting to have a chance to use them to write about what I got.
Yes To – Sleep Mask (RRP £2.99)
- Coconut – moisturising (RRP £1.99)
- Tomatoes – detoxifying (RRP £1.99)
- Grapefruit – vitamin C Boosting (RRP £1.99)
- Cucumbers – calming (RRP £1.99)
These masks were on offer, enabling me to buy them a pound less that the usual RRP £2.99.
I bought these because I wanted a mess free and quick method to give myself a facial. These certainly lived up to the claim.
You apply the mask before bed. It feels like a thick intense moisturiser. The product dries but didn’t feel crusty, more tacky. As you sleep, you skin absorbs the product. In the morning you wash your face as normal and you can feel it coming off as it becomes slimey once you add water to your skin.
I was pleased with the product and would consider buying again. I’m keen to try the brands sheet masks and more of the detoxifying tomato range.
Yes To is an organic and cruelty free skincare brand that produce affordable products available in many high street shops.
Salt of the earth – deodorant (RRP £5.99)
This is a popular organic deodorant as it was one of the first to go mainstream. Some time ago, I got the original version in a travel size and kept it in my handbag. I always intended to buy it again and seeing this scent tempted me.
I wasn’t sure I would like the smell as I’m not a fan of Lavender but it did smell lovely and lasted all day. You ought to know, that when you first spray it on, it makes your pit wet. You do need to give it a moment to dry before getting dressed. It didn’t irritate my skin and I felt good I wasn’t putting chemicals somewhere so sensitive.
Salt of the Earth have won awards for their vegan friendly deodorant. It lasts all day, doesn’t leave white marks and is 100% natural.
Dr Organic – Tea Tree Blemish Stick (RRP £4.99)
I have tried other Dr Organic products in the past and found then to be good quality, however, I wasn’t a fan of this. It worked to some degree but it didn’t feel hygienic. I wonder if the tea tree kills any bacteria on the application roller ball… I found the thought off putting.
Dr Organic aim to use organic or natural ingredients. Their products are suitable for vegetarian (some are not vegan, i.e. honey or snail slime). They don’t use mineral oils, harsh chemicals of GMs.
Good Bubble – Body care
- Bubble bath – Dragon Fruit (RRP £3.99)
- Hair & Body wash – Dragon Fruit (RRP £3.69)
This was a repurchase as I’m a big fan of Good Bubbles. My son loves it and I secretly steal it. The whole range is awesome – I’ve tried it all.
Click here for my Gruffalo Prickly Pear range review.
Click here for my Dragon Fruit range review
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