Saturday, 30 July 2011

A Few July Favourites

July Favourites

Bobbi Brown Bronze Shimmer Brick, Chante's Ecstasy & Bobbi Brown Flamenco

Bobbi Brown Bronze Shimmer Brick - Adds a shimmery hint of bronzy colour to cheeks and the individual colours also double up as sheer shadow shades too. Swatches here.

Becca Flamenco Pressed bronzing Power - I was lucky enough to pick this up in a sale recently for £6.00! It's a beautifully soft powder which adds a lovely, non orange, sun kissed glow to skin. Review and swatches here.

Chantecaille Ecstasy Blush - Is the first product I've tried from the Chante range. The colour is really pretty and the formula is fanatastic, incredibly soft, pigmented and long lasting. Swatches here.

Max factor False Lash & Becca Baroque & Vicuna

Max Factor False Lash Effect - Adds a decent amount of volume and length to lashes and still looks fairly natural.

Becca Eye Tints - I'd been lemming a couple of these for quite a while and finally ordered a couple of shades this month (Baroque & Vicuna). Both are really pretty, natural shades and both work well as a base for other shadows. Swatches of both shades here.

EL Double Wear, Becca Gisella & Rosita

Estee Lauder Double Wear Foundation - I haven't used Double Wear for a while because I've been happy with the Clarins Everlasting I've been wearing. I thought I'd give it another go this month though because the weather's been warmer and my skin's more oily than usual. I forgot how good this stuff is (it really doesn't budge and covers everything), but it does feel quite thick and heavy in comparison to Everlasting.

Becca's Gisella Sheer Tint Lipstick - You may have noticed that I haven't opened the tube in the photo and the reason for that is, there's barely anything left. I've worn and worn the soft, caramel shade since I bought it and now there's only a small nub of the lovely balmy lipstick left. I'll definitely be re-purchasing the shade when it does finally die on me. Swatched here.

Becca Rosita Lip Tint - I'm not a huge fan of gloss because I don't like the sticky, tacky feeling they leave on lips, but Becca's lip tints aren't too bad. Rosita is a pretty, shimmery Rosy pink shade. 

What are your July favourites?

The Make Up Mavens Weekly Round-up

Makeup Mavens present makeup you might have missed. This week we posted about Tarte Cosmetics, the allure of false eyelashes, and posed a valid question about SPF in our makeup - are we really getting enough?  
Now that we are in the full swing of summer, 12 top summer essentials were toted by Jenn of HopelesslyDevoted to Makeup. See if your "must haves" for battling crippling heat and unbearable humidity made the cut? 

Jennifer of Lipstick Luvvies did some treasure hunting and uncovered some "hidden gems" found at Zuneta! This post will tempt you into placing a Zuneta order for sure. 

Tarte Cosmetics managed to catch the "eye" of Christina from Lovesong for My Lipgloss and she was kind enough to swatch them al for us! Do any of these calls call your name? 

In this captive post, Mookie On The Bench, raises a great question about relying on SPF in our makeup. 
Product Doctor finally got to sample Burberry Beauty and she was not disappointed! Take a peek at what she ended up walking away with plus a gift with purchase too - Score!   
RaspberryRouge shows us the Becca bronzer that has been logging the miles since the beginning of summer for her.  Doesn't she have the most gorgeous complexion?  

The Black Panties shows us her go-to eye lashes when she wants to be the spotlight of attention. Are you a fan of false eyelashes yourself? After seeing her wearing these lashes, I'm a fan *swoon*. 

Wednesday, 27 July 2011

Quick Eye Look with Dior Iridescent Leather

After purchasing Becca's Enigma palette a few months ago, it quickly became my go-to palette and I found myself reaching for it almost everyday. The lovely shades are perfect for creating quick and easy looks which are natural and polished. I've been trying to mix things up a bit over the last few weeks though and have started to use a few other palettes I have in it's place, Dior's Iridescent Leather is one of them. 

Products used in the photo below

Dior Iridescent Leather with flash

The above photo was taken with flash so the shades look a lot more shimmery than they actually are, the photos below are a lot more accurate (apologies for the slightly blurry pics). I used Becca's Vicuna Eye Tint as a base (brilliant stuff), the pink from IL all over the lid, the light brown from the top right in the crease and the darker brown from the bottom left in the outer V. The liner is Maybelline's lasting drama in Black and the Mascara is Max factor's False Lash effect.

Dior Iridescent Leather

I've applied everything slightly heavier than I normally would in an attempt to get the colours to show up in the photo, but I think the result is still pretty natural. I'm not sure if I love IL quite as much as the Enigma palette at the moment, but the combination of browns, bronzes and the pretty pink do work together nicely and make creating simple, quick eye looks an easy task.

Do you have a go-to eye palette?

Monday, 25 July 2011

Chanel Giveaway: We have a winner....

 The winner of the Chanel Glossimer is....
Me, my best and I!

Congratulations, Me, my best and I! An e-mail will be making it's way to you shortly. To all the lovely readers who didn't win, don't be discouraged, I'll be a hosting another giveaway soon, so keep your eyes peeled! 

Thanks again to everyone who entered and a huge thank you to everyone who reads and comments, your support is very much appreciated.

Chanel Giveaway.....

Just a quick post to let everyone know that the Chanel giveaway is now closed. I'll put everyone's names into a word document and use to pick the winner later on this evening.

A big thank you to everyone who entered and good luck!

Sunday, 24 July 2011

A Few Summer Essentials

The lovely Jenn of Hopelessly Devoted To Makeup recently wrote a great post on her favourite summer products which I really enjoyed reading, so I thought I'd do a similar post and share some of my own summer essentials.

Dior Eau Svelte Body Treatment Fragrance, St Tropez Lotion & Elemis Monoi Moisture Melt

Dior Eau Svelte Body Treatment Fragrance - This a fairly recent purchase. It's basically a spray on fragrance and treatment in one which moisturises and smells beautifully fresh and light. The subtle scent is really long lasting and it's safe to use in the sun.

St Tropez Bronzing Lotion - I've tried loads of different self tanners from various different brands but always end up coming back to this one. It's easy to apply, leaves me with a non-orange, believable colour and it doesn't have that horrible fake tan smell.

Elemis Frangipani Monoi Moisture Melt -  I use this stuff all year, but particularly enjoy using it during the warmer, summer months because it's delicate, exotic smelling fragrance is like summer in a bottle. The oil can be used all over your body, as a treatment for dry hair and also works really well as a cuticle oil. It hydrates brilliantly without leaving skin feeling greasy or oily.

Liz Earle Foot Scrub & Foot Spritzer

Liz Earle Foot Scrub - I always try to take pretty good care of my feet regardless of the time of year, but pay even more attention to them during the summer when I can't hide them in winter boots. Liz Earle's foot scrub is one of my favourite's because it contains loads of lovely scrubby particles which do a great job at softening and smoothing and it smells fantastic too.

Liz Earle Foot Spritzer - Cools and soothes, hot tired feet brilliantly and leaves them smelling sweet and fresh. It's a lovely product to spray on, on warm summer days and would also be perfect to take on your holidays as well.

Leighton Denny Viva La Diva and Do me A Flavour

Bright Nail Colours - I'm a sucker for bright red and orange nail colours and Viva la Diva and Do Me a Flavour are a couple of current favourites. Both shades are incredibly glossy and juicy and both look great on tips and toes.

Ojon Rub Out & Redken Color Veil

Ojon Rub Out - If I wash my hair everyday, it turns in to a dry, frizzy mess, so I use dry shampoo between washes to prevent oily roots and add volume. Ojon's Rub Out is what I'm currently using and while it does work well at freshening hair and adding body, I think it's a little bit overpriced. There are lots of other dry shampoos out there which cost less and do the same thing. I am enjoying my bottle at the moment, but probably wont be re-purchasing.

Redken Color Extend - I have colour treated hair which fades in the sun, so I use Redken's Color Extend to help protect it. It smells fresh and doesn't leave behind any sticky residue after I've applied it.

Liz Earle Skin Tonic, Thalgo moisturising fluid & Nars pressed powder

Liz Earle Instant Boost Skin Tonic - This contains a whole load of natural ingredients which help to sooth and revive. I've been using it whenever my skin feels a bit hot and needs cooling and refreshing. I've also transferred some of the product into a spritzer bottle so I can mist the product over my face and neck and it really does feel lovely.

Thalgo Ultra Matte Moisturising Fluid - I have oily skin anyway, so keeping shine under control during the warmer months is a bit of a nightmare for me. I'm currently using Thalgo's moisturising fluid which the lovely Miss A of Beauty Boudoir sent me, and it's really nice stuff. It feels light, smells fresh and does a pretty good job at controlling oil without making my skin feel tight or uncomfortable.

Nars Pressed Powder - I always use Nars loose powder to set my make up, but the large pot isn't particularly travel friendly, so I keep a pressed version of their powder handy for touch ups and to blot any shine throughout the day.
Do you have any essential Summer products ?

Saturday, 23 July 2011

NOTD: Mavala 171 Blue Curacao

Blue Curacao is the first polish I've tried from Mavala. I've often looked at the brand display when I go into Boots, but never actually purchased any of the shades because I don't find the bottles particularly attractive/appealing. I've been after a shade like Blue Curacao for a while though, so I decided to give the brand a go and grabbed a bottle of the blue-y turquoise last week.

Blue Curacao indoor with flash (2 coats)

I wont go in to detail describing the colour because the photos are pretty accurate. The shade does contain some really delicate, fine shimmer which I unfortunately didn't manage to capture in my photos.

Mavala Blue Curacao outdoors (2 coats)

Application wasn't too bad, but I did find the tiny cap/lid slightly difficult to handle. The actual polish applied well though, dried fairly quickly and was completely opaque with two thin coats. I can't comment on lasting power because I only applied the shade yesterday, I haven't had any problems with chipping so far though. As for the colour, I actually quite like it. I'm normally not a huge fan of blue nail colours, but Blue Curacao is pretty and it's a nice change to the corals and oranges which I've been wearing a lot lately.

Mavala 171 Blue Curacao

So, now I've tried a Mavala polish, will I be purchasing more of the shades on offer? Hmm, I'm not sure. There are some lovely colours to choose from and as I mentioned, Blue Curacao did apply well, but I feel they're just slightly too expensive at £4.00 for a 5ml bottle. I think in future I'll probably opt for Model's Own nail colours which are £5.00 for a 14ml bottle, or add a little bit extra and stick with OPI or Essie. I must admit though, I am quite tempted by the other shades from their Art color's collection, particularly Waikiki Orange.

Have you tried any Mavala nail colours? What do you think of them?

The Make Up Mavens Weekly Round-up

For all of my taupe homies, look no further than u-taupe-ia aka Hopelessly Devoted to Makeup's review on the epic purple taupe that is Delicate Hummingbird eyeshadow. 

I know we are always on the hunt for that perfect luxurious, vibrant pink lipstick. Look no further because Lipstick Luvvies is in love with By Terry's Cherry Cherry lipstick. Talk about stopping traffic *wink*

Lovesong for My Lipgloss is really adoring her new travel companion, which is Hourglass Illume Cream to Powder Bronzer Duo. I must say, the stuff looks pretty awesome :D

Bridal makeup is definitely always something we want to perfect since we all want to look awesome on our wedding day. It's no surprise that  Mookie On The Bench has some great ideas on what items to use and it's a bonus to see her skills in action.  

Looking for an amazing concealer and treatment in one? Product Doctor is smitten with Le Metier de Beaute's Peau Vierge Corrector and see what a difference it has made for her skin.

It's July and it's always nice to find pretty, very luminous bronzy highlighter that gives a soft warmth to your cheeks. If you're in the market for one, check out to see if it really is Raspberry Rouge's alternative to Dior Amber Diamond. 

Since The Black Panties always afraid of warm palettes, she has decided to step outside her comfort zone and take the plunge on my first Suqqu Blend Color Eyeshadow in #5 Sakurakaba.

Thursday, 21 July 2011

July GlossyBox - Ready, steady, Glow!

I actually signed up to GlossyBox early last month, but missed out on June's box as it had already sold out. I know a lot of subscribers were dissatisfied with the contents of June's box and I have to say, I wasn't that disappointed that I'd missed out after seeing what others had received. I came home today to find that July's box had been delivered and frantically opened the lovely packaging to see what goodies were inside....


 I wasn't disappointed when I lifted the lid and found three full size products inside!

July GlossyBox contents

A full size Illamasqua Powdered Metal Powder in Ether which is described a shimmering, pale gold highlighter.

A full size Ciate Nail Enamel in Skinny Jeans.

A 100ml bottle of Weleda Pomegranate Regenerating Oil.

A mini bottle of Orla Kiely Eau De Parfum & Ultrasun face SPF 30.

I obviously haven't had chance to try anything properly yet, but I have swatched the Illamasqua powder which looks really pretty and I've also had a quick sniff of the EDP and oil. The perfume smells really lovely and the oil is absolutely beautiful, really looking forward to testing it out properly this evening. 

I'm obviously over the moon with the contents of my GlossyBox this month. The three full sized products are worth around £50.00, so considering the box cost £10.00 (the price is increasing slightly in September), it's fantastic deal.

Have you had your GlossyBox yet? What did you get?

Wednesday, 20 July 2011

Becca Eye Tint Swatches: Vicuna

I was lucky enough to grab myself a couple of Becca's Eye Tints in a recent Lookfantastic sale and have been getting a lot of use out of the shades I've purchased. I already swatched and reviewed Baroque which is a soft golden brown, a couple of weeks ago and wanted to share some swatches of the other colour I purchased, Vicuna.

Becca Eye Tint: Vicuna

For those of you who aren't familiar with Becca's Eye Tints, they are described as ingenious eye crème's with a unique formulation that glides on as a creme and sets to a powder. They're also described as being long-lasting, water-resistant, crease-resistant and easy to apply.

Vicuna is simply described as an Opal shade on the Becca site. I'd describe it as a sheer, peach-y gold shot through with very fine shimmer.

Becca Vicuna
I mentioned in my previous review how impressed I was with Baroque's formula and I'm equally impressed with Vicuna. The shade feels slightly runnier then Baroque in consistency so you really do need to give it a good shake before using as the product tends to separate slightly in the tube. I find only a small amount of tint is needed for both eyes and the creme formula applies and blends with absolute ease. Literally, a little dab and a tiny bit of blending and you're done with application. These are perfect for those of you who like simple, easy to apply make-up, or for those who don't have time to faff around applying and blending five different shades of shadow in the morning.

Becca Eye Tint: Vicuna

Becca Vicuna

I've mainly be using the peach-y gold shade as a highlighter on my brow bones because it doesn't add enough colour to lids to be worn alone. Used in this way it leaves a really subtle hint of glowy colour and works quite well at brightening up the eye area. I've also been using it a lot over the entire lid as a base for other shadows. Eye Tints really do create a nice canvas for powder and cream eye shadows and I find they really improve lasting power and help to prevent creasing.

All in all, Vicuna is another nice shade from the Eye Tint range that I'm pretty pleased with. It works well as a base, makes a nice highlighter shade and works well paired with Baroque. If you like natural, subtle eye colours, Vicuna is definitely worth checking out. 

Becca: Baroque & Vicuna

Monday, 18 July 2011

Sanctuary 4 in 1 Restoring Body Elixir

4 in 1 Restoring Body Elixir is a new product from Sanctuary's Sleep range. It contains a quartet of luxurious oils - coconut, sweet almond, sesame and olive oil, as well as ylang ylang, Frankincense and Patchouli fragrances to help calm and reduce tension and apparently help you drift off to sleep.

I normally don't have too many problems with sleeping. I generally find it fairly easy to relax and tend to drift off quite quickly, but I've been having trouble over the last few weeks. I feel really tired and sleepy until I actually get in to bed and suddenly I'm wide awake and just can't seem to relax. The more I try to doze off, the more uptight and stressed out I seem to get which results in lots of tossing and turning and a fair amount of huffing and puffing. A couple of weeks ago, when browsing through the Sanctuary range at Boots, I spotted the new restoring Body Elixir and decided to give it a go in the hope that it would help me and the boyfriend (I've been keeping him awake too) get a decent nights sleep.

Sanctuary 4 in 1 Restoring Body Elixir

The Elixir is described as a 4 in 1 product because it can be used in a variety of different ways. You can add it to your bath, use it as a massage oil, apply it to damp skin for extra hydration and it can also be used as a hair conditioning oil. I've tried it in all of the above ways apart from the hair conditioning one. My hair's quite fine and heavy oils never work well and tend to leave it looking lank and greasy, so I decided to give that one a miss. Used as a bath oil the warming, soothing, ever so slightly spicy scented Elixir works really well to relax and calm and leaves skin feeling soft. When it's applied to damp skin, the oil really helps to hydrate and leaves skin feeling smooth and soft without any horrible greasiness. The way I've been using the product the most though, is as a massage oil. Although the above two application methods are nice, I do find the scent fades quite a lot so I've been applying a small amount to arms, chest and various different areas just before bed so I can really get an intense hit of the aroma.

So has it helped me to drift off to the land of nod? Well, the lovely scent has definitely helped me to relax before bed, which in turn has helped me to nod off a lot more quickly than I have been without the oil. I can't say the Elixir is completely responsible because I've also cut down on the copious amounts of tea and coffee I consume everyday which I suspect may have playing quite a big role in my sleep problem. I still feel the oil has helped me though and the hydrating affects are an added bonus.  

Looks like Mouse may have caught a whiff of the soothing, relaxing aroma!

All in all, the restoring Elixir is a lovely product and the warm, soothing scent is a nice change to the usual lavender scented relaxation products which are available. I'll be continuing to use it before bed and as a moisturising product and will be keeping a bottle handy for the colder, winter months when I want something warm and comforting to apply after baths.

4 in 1 Restoring Body Elixir is available from Boots and where it costs £8.25 for a 100ml bottle.

Do you have any favourite products which help you drift off to sleep?

Sunday, 17 July 2011

Small Blog Sale: Dior, MAC, Bobbi Brown....

I've decided to have a little sort out and to let a few of the products that I no longer use go to a new home.

  •  If there's something you'd like, please leave a comment below along with your e-mail address or send me an e-mail ( letting me know what you'd like.
  • UK postage is £2.00 for the first item and 25p for each additional item. International postage is £3.50 and 25p for each additional item. (Please include which country I'll be shipping to in the e-mail/comment.
  • Payment via Paypal only and payment to be made within 24 hours of being invoiced please
  •  All items will be wrapped/packed up well and posted within 1-3 days after I've received payment
  • I can only send nail polish to those of you in the UK

 Dior Nutmeg: used once. £8.00

 MAC Vanilla Pigment: I'd say it's around 97% Full. £7.00 (no box)

 MAC Woodwinked: Used a few times. £5.50 (no box)

 Ojon Restorative Hair Treatment 100ml: Brand New and Sealed (comes with comb).  £14.00

 Bobbi Brown Bronzing powder, Golden Light 1: Brand new and Boxed. £18.00

 Dior Goldfever palette: See photo for condition (you can see more photos here) £16.00 (no box)

 Essie Mink Muffs: Used once. £3.50

Dior Gloss (Mini GWP size): Swatched once on back of hand. £3.00

Friday, 15 July 2011

Bobbi Brown Bronze Shimmer Brick Swatches & Review

Bobbi Brown's Bronze Shimmer brick Compact is the newest addition to my bronzer/highlighter collection. It's described on the Bobbi Brown site as a shimmering, brush on powder which is perfect for creating a deep, bronzy glow. 

Bobbi Brown Shimmer Brick: Bronze

 Bronze is actually my second Shimmer Brick, the first was Rose which was nice, but didn't seem to show up well on my skin and mainly added quite a large amount of shimmer. After searching around online and checking out swatches of Bronze, I was confident that it would offer more in terms of colour pay-off than Rose and would possibly make a nice alternative to Dior's Amber Diamond powder. 

The palette consists of five bars or shades which can be used individually as shadows or swirled together and applied as highlighter/bronzer. The top bar is a white shade laced with gold shimmer, the second bar a pinky brown, the third is a warm bronze, the fourth is a rose colour and at the bottom there's a dark brown shade.

Bobbi Brown Bronze Shimmer Brick

The shades have been swatched fairly heavily in the photo below to give a good idea of what the individual shades look like. The picture below it is a swatch of all five shades blended together.

Bobbi Brown Bronze Shimmer Brick Swatches

As mentioned above, the individual shades can be used as eye shadows. I have tried this with a couple of the colours and they do work fairly well. The white/gold makes quite a nice brow highlighter and the darkest brown shade looks quite pretty used on the lid. I don't use them often for this purpose though because I find them to be a tiny bit too sheer for my taste. Used as a highlighter, the palette of bronzes and pinks does create a nice glowy effect on cheeks and while they are very shimmery, they're not in the least bit chunky or glittery.

The powder itself is soft and a couple of swipes of a brush over the bars is all that's needed to pick up enough colour. The shades blend together nicely and create a pretty golden bronze shade which does add a nice sun kissed glow to cheeks. The powder seems to be fairly long lasting even on my oily skin and when it does start to wear, it fades evenly

All in all, Bronze Shimmer brick is a nice product, but £30.00 seems like a lot to pay for a highlighting powder which can only be used on one area of the face. The product is just far too shimmery to be used on other areas which is a little bit of a shame. For this reason I probably wouldn't repurchase when it runs out and will probably be sticking with Dior's Amber Diamond  which seems to look more subtle than Bronze. I may even have a look around for a cheaper alternative. I've seen some lovely swatches of similar products recently which cost a lot less and seem to create a very similar finish. It is still a nice product though and if you're a big shimmer fan, Bobbi Brown's Shimmer Bricks are definitely worth checking out.

Shimmer Bricks are available on quite a few online sites including the Bobbi Brown website and cost around £30.00 for 10.3g of product.

Are you a Shimmer Brick fan?

The Makeup Mavens Weekly Round-up

The Makeup Mavens present makeup you may have missed. This week there are delectable delights from the likes of Chanel, Shiseido, Le Metier De Beaute, Chantecaille and Becca. One Maven shares an interesting post on the link between beauty blogs and spending habits and another offers you the chance to win yourself a gorgeous cream blush.

Want to win yourself some Le Metier De Beaute? Hop on over to Hopelessly Devoted to Makeup for a chance to win a beautiful Poppy Creme Fresh Tint.

Are beauty blogs bad for the wallet? Lipstick Luvvies shares her thoughts on the subject this week, so pop on over to her blog to find out if they are friend or foe to the bank balance. 

Lovesong for My Lipgloss introduced us to the newest additions in the Chantecaille range, Poudre de Perle and a new Compact Soleil shade. Check out her gorgeous swatches of Biwa and St. Barth's. 

Are shimmery, coppery shadows your thing? If so, you need to visit Mookie On The Bench for a brilliant review on Shiseido's Hydro Powder Eye Shadow in Tiger eye.

Product Doctor fell in love with Chanel's limited edition Topkapi palette. Check out her swatches of the silvery taupe, gold and rich browns and you'll see why.  

Raspberry Rouge discovered Becca's long lasting Eye tint's and shared a review and swatches of Baroque, a foolproof soft brown shade.

The black panties got to play with Le Metier De Beaute's Silk Road Eye Kaleidoscope. Head on over to see some beautiful swatches of gorgeous plums, purples and chocolate-y shades.

Monday, 11 July 2011

Liz Earle Foot Spritzer

I've mentioned in a previous post in which I wrote about Liz Earle's Foot Scrub that I'm not particularly fond of feet (my own or anyone else's), so I try to keep mine in pretty good shape which makes me feel better about them. I make sure I use a foot file often, exfoliate a few times a week and moisturise everyday to keep them looking presentable. I've tried quite a few different foot potions and lotions, but I'd not actually tried a spray or spritzer before. Liz Earle sent me their Spritzer to try last month, but I'd been waiting for the weather to warm up before giving it a go as it's described as being cooling and refreshing.

Here's what Liz Earle say about the product: 

Spritz your feet, legs and ankles with a cooling and invigorating burst of nine essential oils. This fast drying spray fights odour-causing bacteria to help keep feet fresh. It’s the perfect wake-up for weary feet, leaving them revived and revitalised. Spray whenever you need cooling, instant relief.

Naturally active ingredients include cooling menthol and hydrating aloe vera. Peppermint and rosemary essential oils leave feet smelling sweet.

Liz Earle Foot Spritzer

My Thoughts

I first tried the product a couple of weeks ago after I'd been trudging around town all day. My feet were hot, tired and definitely in need of something cooling and reviving, so I reached for the handy bottle of foot spritzer. The pump dispenser sprays a fine, even mist of really refreshingly scented liquid on to skin and provides an instant cooling effect. The product is packed full of essential oils including, Peppermint and Rosemary which are the main scents my nose detects. It smells fresh and herbal and lingers for quite a while after it's been applied. The cooling sensation also seems to last for a while too and really does feel amazing on feet which are in need of a pick me up.

Liz Earle foot Spritzer

I've been using the Spritzer a lot over the last couple of weeks when my feet have needed reviving and really have been enjoying it. My boyfriend also seems to like the cooling effect and the fresh, herbal scent too. It's easy to use, dries quickly after it's been applied and reinvigorates tired, achy feet and legs immediately. It's definitely a product that's worth having around during the hot, summer months and would be a fantastic product to take with you on your holiday's too!

All in all, another lovely product from Liz Earle which complements the other products in their foot range perfectly.

Foot Spritzer & Scrub

Liz Earle Foot Spritzer is available here and costs £7.15 for a 75ml bottle

Do you have any favourite foot sprays/spritzers or any must have foot products?

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