Laline Exfoliating Body Soap in Ocean | Paul Mitchell Tea Tree Special Shampoo | Living Proof No Frizz Nourishing Styling Cream | Anatomicals You Need A Blooming Shower! Your Nose Smells Rose Body Cleanser
Laline Exfoliating Body Soap in Ocean – I enjoyed using it as a shower gel on a loofah but it wasn’t effective as an exfoliator because the grains in it were too small and soft. If you like gentle body scrubs, then this is for you. If you’re like me and like more gritty scrubs, then pass. I really want to try out their Body Scrub in the same scent (it smells super fresh just like the ocean) in hopes that it’ll be more exfoliating.
Paul Mitchell Tea Tree Special Shampoo – Hands down one of my favorite shampoos. It not only left my hair feeling squeaky clean and voluminous but also had a refreshing tingling feeling to it. Currently, I’m trying out a different shampoo from Paul Mitchell (which will probably be in my next empties), but I’m planning to come back to this one once I’m done.
Living Proof No Frizz Nourishing Styling Cream – My hair is actually pretty tame so I don’t really use styling products in it. I got this as a sample and while it made my hair smell divine, I didn’t really see any other benefits.
Anatomicals You Need A Blooming Shower! Your Nose Smells Rose Body Cleanser – I got this in a past Glossybox and it was alright. Just your standard shower gel. I thought the smell was okay, but if you don’t like rose scents, then stay away from this (it’s literally just pure rose).
Seche Vite Dry Fast Top Coat | The Face Shop Lovely ME:EX Nail Remover in Lavender | Philosophy Purity Made Simple One-Step Facial Cleansing Cloths | Phyto Phytobaume Volume Express Conditioner | Sephora Express Cleansing Wipes | Clarisonic Replacement Brush Head
Seche Vite Dry Fast Top Coat – My favorite topcoat. I can never get a clean manicure when using a normal topcoat since I always somehow manage to smudge it before it’s dry. This topcoat makes my nails dry in just a couple minutes so that I can get on with life and not worry about my nails. It leaves a super-glossy finish and my manicure lasts for an average amount of time when I use this. I tend to change my nail color a lot so longevity isn’t really a problem for me. I really enjoy this and am already on my second bottle. The only downside to this product is that it does dry up and get thick quite quickly, but I’m alright with that.
The Face Shop Lovely ME:EX Nail Remover in Lavender – A nail polish remover from the Korean cosmetic brand The Face Shop. It does a good job at removing my polish and it doesn’t smell as bad as other nail polish removers do. I wouldn’t run out to buy it, but it’s something I would stock up on if I happen to come across it.
Philosophy Purity Made Simple One-Step Facial Cleansing Cloths – I’m extremely picky about my face wipes and I ended up disliking these. I’ll be making a more in-depth post soon about the face wipes that I tried and my current favorite.
Phyto Phytobaume Volume Express Conditioner – I got a sample of this when I purchased something else online and was really looking forward to trying it out since I had heard so many good reviews on the Phyto brand in general. I felt like this conditioner wasn’t anything special and I really disliked the smell of it as well. Nothing I would look into trying again.
Sephora Express Cleansing Wipes – I actually like these makeup wipes (although they aren’t my favorite) and since it comes in a small pack of 10, it’s really nice to carry around in your makeup bag. If I’m out in the library for a long time and it’s late at night, I usually remove my makeup with these.
Clarisonic Replacement Brush Head - You need to replace your Clarisonic brush head every three months and this time around, I decided to try out the one for sensitive skin. I do like the one for acne (which is green) better but this one was nice as well. I’m currently using the acne brush head but I’ve bought a deep-cleansing (blue) brush head which I’ll be trying out next.