Thursday, 6 October 2016

my relaxing bath routine ♥

I have been feeling quite under the weather this week, so I have been spending my time with Lemsips and tissues. I always feel better after a hot, hot bath so I gathered up my favourite bath products and I thought I would share with you how I unwind when I am feeling poorly. To start with I fill up my bath with lots of bubble bath and I usually bring a few magazines to read while I wait. After putting my hair back, I will make sure all my make-up is removed and I usually start with a toner to prep my skin. Once I am in the bath I usually put on a relaxing face mask, today I used the Montagne Jeunesse Cucumber Peel Off face masque and it was so easy to use. I left the masque on for 25 minutes and I then carefully peeled it off.

My skin really does feel soft and fresh after using the face masque and for £1, you can't go wrong! When I am shaving my legs I like to rub in a Nivea shower creme too, I just find the texture of Nivea shower products so creamy and smooth and the scents are gorgeous! After shaving my legs and using the face masque I usually empty the bath and apply a moisturiser on my face and I add a small dab of the Soap and Glory The Righteous Butter, I have the mini version here but you can find a bigger version in Boots. The ingredients include aloe vera and shea butter so it is super soft for your skin! What tips do you have for running a relaxing bath? Let me know in the comments below! Have a lovely afternoon girls 
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  1. I love a nice pamper at bath time, especially if you are not feeling 100% xx

    Zoe Mountford x

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    1. Definitely, it does make a big difference! xx

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  2. me too.. i have feeling under the weather lately. Hope we both recover soon :)

    Btw stay in touch
    www.anteegurung.com/blog
    xoxo

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    1. Ah I hope you are feeling better, Lemsips here we come! :) x

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