June favourites

Another month has flown by which means another month worth of favourite items and goodies I get to show you!

First up is the Real Techniques Stippling brush. I bought this from Superdrug for about £8. I find this brush so much easier and better to use than their foundation brush. I find that it blends so well and covers more face area. I also find that I use less product with this brush compared to my foundation brush but the coverage is still the same! I can't fault this brush, it's so much better to use than the foundation one and I don't think I'll go back!

Next up is the Dove Derma Spa hand cream. I get dry hands in winter and dry hands in summer so this is so good! I got this for about £2 maybe from Tesco. When I apply it to my hands, it feels slightly oily which I would normally hate but in this case it keeps my hands hydrated more and for longer which is what I need! It's not a heavy cream either and you only need a small amount for it to work!

I honestly cannot say this enough: this product smells incredible! I love TreacleMoon bath and shower creams/gels but this one is amazing. It's the Watermelon Splash shower mousse and I picked this up for £2 from Tesco when it was on offer. You don't need to use a lot either as a little bit goes along way. It's so creamy and moisturising and makes my skin feel amazing afterwards and I smell like sweet watermelons so that's a bonus!

I finally gave in to temptation and amazing reviews and finally decided to try the L'oreal Detox Clay Mask. It's easily applied and leaves my skin feeling amazing and soft afterwards. I feel like it tightens my skin a bit after as well, which is good. I've used it about 3 times now and I think there is a lot more than 10 uses in there! I've also noticed that it's cleared my spots up a bit afterwards as well and it just makes my skin look better and more hydrated!

I saw the film first and I fell in love with it and decided that I wanted to read the book too! It's the "Longest Ride" By Nicholas Sparks. I'm about 100 pages in and so far so good! It's a romance novel with 2 main couples tackling issues and getting through this 'long ride called life.' It's a great read for long train journeys and I can't wait to keep reading it!

So, that's all my favourites from this month! Hope you enjoyed! Would love to know your monthly favourites!

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