St Moriz Gradual Self Tanning Lotion
Before going cruelty free I used to swear by the Garnier Gradual tan but I was eager to find a cruelty free alternative and I can honestly say this St Moriz tan is much better. After applying this for the first time I found it gave an even tan and wasn’t streaky or orange but gave a nice , even natural tan that can be built up for a more sunkissed look. I’ve also found this product doesn’t stain clothes or bedding. I love that this product contains aloe vera and vitamin E it’s good for your skin and I think it smells like peaches.
Skincere cream cleanser.
I’ve only been using this for a few days but it’s quickly become one of my favourites. This cleanser is really gentle and free from alcohol, wheat,soya,dairy and synthetic fragrances. This cleanser doesn’t have much of scent, rather a very mild ‘clean’ smell which I imagine is because it’s such a gentle product. With botanical extracts such as bilberry and other fruit and flower as well as sugar maple this is a really good product for your skin. This leaves my skin feeling very clean, hydrated and smooth.
Models Own- Gold rush
Model’s own is a great nail varnish brand and this shade in Gold Rush is the perfect shade to pair with a summer tan. I find all of Model’s own nail varnishes last quite a long time which is ideal for me as I always manage to chip my nail varnish.
Purederm Deep cleansing nose strips
The two biggest pros of these nose strips are the fact that these are cruelty free and are so cheap at just £2.99 for a pack of six, a huge save in comparison to other brands on the market. These are simple to use, you just wet your nose and apply the strip for 10-15 minutes before removing it to unclog the pores and remove blackheads from around your nose.
What are your favourites this may?