I love trying new beauty products and this Moringa Oil from Wikaniko has quickly made it's way in to my must-have makeup bag! This miracle oil can be used from allsorts from a primer to stretch marks and lots more!
Moringa Oil is taking the beauty industry by storm with it's amazing anti-aging properties but that's not the only reason I love it, it's perfect on my spot prone combination skin helping to reduce red flareups which was a pleasant surprise as I was nervous about trying an oil on spot prone skin. It makes a perfect base for makeup, leaving skin soft and smooth perfect for applying makeup on top with no dryness.
I have been using it as a primer before applying my makeup and I find my makeup lasts longer since using it and no longer looks dry or flaky in areas. I think it's good value too considering how much some primers are (like Benefit Porefessional which I have been using until now), Moringa Oil is natural, better for skin and has a multitude of uses. I also use it as a moisturiser on my skin once a week which it's helped reduce the look of my stretch marks.
Wikaniko's Moringa Oil is organically grown in Spain and a little of the oil goes a long way. The oil has a faint smell similar to mint and leaves skin luxuriously soft. It feels alot more luxurious than the £16.95 price tag!
This little miracle oil is a new found favourite that I'm sure I will be using for a long time to come!
You can find out more about Wikaniko Moringa Oil and purchase it here.
What's your favourite beauty product?
Until next time...
*Many thanks to the company that sent me this to review, as always all thoughts and opinions are my own.
The #GirlCrush Box is a new subscription box focusing on championing female entrepreneurs. Boxes are full of fashion, beauty, homeware, sweet treats and more!
What's In The Box?
Each #GirlCrush Box contains 8 clothing and/or accessories, beauty, stationery, tech accessories and homeware products each with a value of up to £150 and come tailored to you where possible. The #GirlCrush Box comes beautifully packaged in a luxurious black gift box, I couldn't wait to tear open the bow and tissue paper!
Hygge is a Danish term for cosiness and togetherness and the Hygge box is packed full of hygge items to help you get that snuggly, warm and cosy feeling! Each HyggeBox is different with different themes and seasons and February's was all about cosiness and self care, let's take a look what's inside February's Deluxe Hygge Box...
What's In The Box?
No girl looks forward to that time of the month (with the bloating, the pain, the PMS and oh so many spots!) but Pink Parcel is here to give you that much needed pick me up to see you through your period!
Pink Parcel is a monthly period subscription containing all of the essentials and a few treats to get you through that time of the month. Similar to the Betty Box, each Pink Parcel contains a selection of towels or tampons depending which you select and a box for you full of treats. Let's take a look inside this month's Pink Parcel...
What's In The Box?
Betty Box is a monthly period subscription designed to make that time of the month that bit easier with a choice of delivery dates to suit you.
Each box contains a mix of pads, tampons and liners depending on which brand you select, beauty products, sweet treats for that much needed pick me up and more!
They contain a box for you which full of goodies and treats, a little bag of liners from your chosen brand, a box for later (pads or tampons) and a box for night containing more absorbent pads or tampons. The Betty Box comes in a letterbox friendly size designed to fit most letterboxes so don't worry if you're out.
The Unibox is a new subscription care package for university students full of useful items and treats. I'm not at university but I love receiving it, it's like a present in post each month!
In case you missed February's Unibox Reveal &reveal, you can still see it here and see what you may get in your Unibox.
Teatox Twist is a detox tea designed to be drank once a day for 28 days to help detox and cleanse your body with a mixture of herbs and tea.
UFIT Shakes are a delicious high protein drink available in a range of delicious flavours! The shakes are packed with protein, 22 grams of it to be precise, contain fibre, vitamins and minerals, taste great and are low in fat with no added sugar.
It's time for this week's 5 Bargain Beauty Buys.
1. Manhattan EyeShadow Quads
Can you believe these lovely Manhattan Eyeshadow Quads are just £1 for 2 from Poundworld?! I had been eyeing these up for a while but I wasn't sure as it wasn't a brand I'd hear much about or whether the colours would suit me. I decided to give them a go and I'm so glad I did! I love experimenting with colours so love the vivid orange and greens are perfect and the browns and purples are great for everyday subtle looks. 8 eyeshadows for just £1 is a real steal and I was surpised at their staying power. I'll definitely be trying more of the Manhattan products!
2. Rimmel London Scandal Eyes Silver Eyeshadow Paint
This is another Poundland find. You'll know from previous Bargain Beauty Buys that I love these branded finds in Poundland. This Rimmel Scandal Eyes is a really bold silver in a creamy texture which is perfect for creating cut-crease looks or as a base for glitter.
The Monthly Fandom Collection is a new jewellery subscription containing 3-5 jewellery items with a different fan theme each month. This month is the first Monthly Fandom Collection box with a Beauty and The Beast theme (I know, it really is as good as it sounds!).
What's In The Box?
Everything comes beautifully packed in a box and tissues paper.
Yep that's right, you can get your hands on some gorgeous free makeup! This month's picks are extra special...
The Sunshine Box is a monthly subscription box full of surprise treats designed to bring a little sunshine to your life. Sunshine Boxes can contain sweet treats, useful gifts, stationery, beauty items and more.
You can also purchase a one off Sunshine Box which would make a perfect mother's day gift!
What's In The Box?
Even the lining of this box is cute with an inspirational (and aptly timed) quote reading: no matter how long the winter, spring is sure to follow! Inside this Sunshine Box was:
I've always been conscious about using deodorants with aluminium in (if you Google it you'll see why...) but finding aluminium free deodorants that are easy to apply is difficult, until now that is!
DayDry is a French Probiotic aluminium free deodorant designed to keep you fresh all day long.
Doesn't a tan make you feel so much better girls?!
We all know it's better to 'fake it rather than bake it' and if you've seen some of my recent posts you'll probably know I've recently started using fake tan.
I've been trying all sorts to find the best self tan from Garnier to St. Tropez (which was a let down! I really don't understand the hype...) to Xen Tan and latest is the 30 Minute Ultimate Luxe Self Tan which is the most impressive by far!
I'm sure all of you fellow blondies appreciate how hard it can be to maintain blonde hair, let alone keeping it in good condition too without spending a fortune but it can be done! These are just a few must have haircare products all blondes need in their lives....
1. PRO:VOKE Touch Of Silver Brightening Shampoo
This shampoo is perfect for brightening your blonde hair and eradicating those yellow tones. I used to use Lee Stafford for £7.99 per bottle but then decided to give PRO:VOKE a try and I will not be going back! This shampoo works quickly, makes it the perfect shade without making it purple (like the Lee Stafford one does if you leave it on too long!) and is a steal at only £2.49 for a 200ml bottle from Bodycare!
2. Creightons Sunshine Blonde Conditioner
This conditioner contains Argon to strengthen the hair, leaves hair super soft and the best part? It's just 99p from Home Bargains!
Hi I'm Megan, a girl from West Yorkshire who loves shopping and saving money! When I'm not at work or shopping, you can usually find me watching a good movie or in the kitchen baking.
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