Here's to another holy empty blog post! I don't do these on a monthly basis - it depends on when I have enough empty products for a full post. So let's get into it, shall we?
L'Oréal's Total Repair Damage Erasing Balm
I am currently on my third tub of this stuff because it works magic on your hair. L'Oréal claims the product can erase up to a year of damage in one use. It seems like a dramatic statement but I really believe it. I use this deep conditioner 2-3 times a week. Unlike regular conditioner, this one has to be left in for ~5 minutes but trust me, the wait it worth the results - just enjoy an extra song in the shower.
L'Oréal's Total Repair 5 Restoring Shampoo and conditioner
I loooved this combo! I generally have no loyalties when it comes to shampoo and conditioners so I'll just pickup whatever catches my eye in the aisle once I've ran out. I specifically chose this combo because of my intense love for the line's erasing balm. After going through the full bottles, I could see how much my hair was saved from damage. In addition, after each usage, my hair felt unbelievably soft. As of now, I won't be repurchasing because my hair has recently been color-treated so I need a shampoo/conditioner combo to address that concern. However, if you are looking for something to help with damaged hair, go out at get this at your local drug store or Ulta!
Bath and Body Works Oahu Coconut Sunset Body Wash
Similar to shampoos and conditions, I generally also have no loyalties to body washes. I picked up a few of the Hawaii edition body washes before heading back to San Francisco in January because I wanted to add another reminder of home to my daily routine. Went through the entire bottle and I'm now working on another one by the same brand.
Neutrogena's Total Makeup Removal Cleansing Wipes
I go through packs and packs of these amazing facial wipes so having this as an empty should be no surprise! Click here to read a full review on why I love them so, so, so much.
L'Occitane Hand Cream in Jasmine
Another tried and true! Hand creams are very important to me and the only brand I am loyal to is L'Occitane. I go through tubes of this and usually have at least five in my stock because since I use it heavily. As my mom taught me, you're never too young to start using hand cream. Your hands are worked more than you realize so keeping on top with hand cream will keep them soft and wrinkle-free.
Boscia's Clear Complexion Cleanser
This cleanser is definitely on my top five list of cleansers! Acne is my worst enemy of all time so I do all that I can to fight it. The irony of it all is I never had acne as a teenager- I only started to develop it in my adult years, which is frustrating. Since I was so in love with Boscia's Luminizing Black Mask, which you can read more about here- I wanted to try something from their acne line. What I loved most about the cleanser is the formula is a lightweight gel so the skin won't be irritated. The gel is odorless and colorless, meaning it'll work great for those of you with sensitive skin. I reached for this cleanser when I did a strong exfoliation to prevent further irritation. I'm actually sad that I went through the whole bottle because as much as I loved it, at the moment I won't be repurchasing because I have too much cleaners to go finish through before their expiration dates. However, once I'm finally low on cleansers (whenever that may be because I have so many,) this Boscia cleanser will be repurchased without a doubt. If you have sensitive acne-prone skin, this is your absolute homie.
Face Shop's Volcano Clay Nose Strip
I picked up a few of these from the Face Shop and I really liked the concept of clay pulling all the dirt and blackheads out of your nose. It has a different from the nose strips you find in drugstores because it's less sticky in my opinion. I'll definitely be sticking to these over the ones at the drugstore from here on out.
*Whew! Thanks for sticking with me to the end. I'd love to hear about your recent empties so I can add some products to my purchase radar.