I’ve got several friends who are teachers and the one thing they don’t particularly want at Christmas is over-gifting! 32 bits of clutter is something that nobody will thank you for but that’s what you’re looking at when the whole class wants to gift. So, all of them said they like things that can be used – not kept – and without exception, none wanted anything expensive. Beatitude Beauty Crackers seem to fit that bill perfectly – a couple of lovely baths (unisex, too) in festive packaging that can be sent off to recycling as soon as it’s opened and I think very good value at £8 HERE. They look more expensive, I have to admit.
Drawer or bag sized hand cream with a pomegranate nail conditioning pen? What’s not to like? I like Weleda’s Christmas packaging this year – not a Santa in site but instead vibrant botanical prints that reflect the natural nature of the brand. I’ve got to admit that the nail pen doesn’t smell much of pomegranate to me but it’s definitely got a fruity tone to it that’s very pleasant. I should also add that you can use Skin Food anywhere that’s dry – doesn’t have to be hands. This little set is £7.95 HERE.
I was really impressed with this set when I opened up the bottles – the smell is absolutely lovely with rich sandalwood notes smoothing out the lavender and citrussy tones. It’s definitely a unisex scent although there are other variants which might be traditionally less so. It’s £11.99 HERE but I’ve also noticed that TKMaxx HERE has some Urban Veda so it might be worth browsing there first.
Elizabeth Arden Hyaluronic Acid Ceramide Capsules
I’d be prepared to put money down to bet that you won’t have experienced a skin care texture like this before...
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