Sunday, 26 November 2017

November Favourites

November Favourites

November is practically over, and I've definitely got my Christmas pants on. Let's face it - if you've seen my Instagram over the last month you'll have seen I'm already very much in the Christmas swing of things. What I haven't done though is put my tree up, that is always saved for the first weekend in December. But less of Chrismas, and on to my November Favourites. This month, there is a couple of new bits, and some of my old favourites making a re-appearance. 

Case Station BakPack 3 Customisable Case

Case Station BakPack 3 Customisable Case

I came across Case Station on Instagram and immediately loved their products. They have fully customisable cases for phones, tablets and even Apple Watch straps. For the design, they have so many different patters and pictures to choose from. Alternatively, you can upload your own picture. For my design, I combined three different pattern options to make my final creation. I then added the KMC lettering for a monogrammed finish - I love anything with a monogram! I opted for the BakPack 3 case as it stores up to three cards and cash in the back of the phone. I love being able to pop my card in the back of my phone and head to the shops, or out for drinks with friends. Case Station also have a fab competition running at the minute where you can win an Apple Watch Series 3 and two customisable straps. Click here to enter. 
Coconut Oil

Coconut Oil
You might have seen my recent blog post about how coconut oil has changed my skincare regime. Well, after singing its praises in that post, I could hardly not include it in my monthly favourites. I have pretty much used this product on a daily basis, for cleansing or for treating my breakouts. It's so versatile. I have seen a real difference in my skin since using it, so it's going to be staying as a firm favourite in my skincare routine.

Pixi Glow Tonic

Pixi Glow Tonic
A re-addition to my skincare routine is this product. If you're a long time reader of my blog, you would have seen that I reviewed this product back in January and featured it as part of my January Favourites. Since then, I have repurchased but for some reason, I just stopped using the product. For no reason why. This month, I have re-introduced this product back into my skincare routine and I am so thankful for it. It leaves my skin feeling fresh, with a healthy glow. It's really nourishing to the skin and it doesn't leave it feeling dry and tight like some other toners can.

Clarins Lip Comfort Instant Light Lip Oil

Clarins Lip Comfort Instant Light Lip Oil
Another comeback has been this little beauty. Again, I stopped using this through no fault of the product, but more because this is a winter favourite of mine every year. I don't know about you, but my lips hate the winter months. They become dry and cracked so easily. This lip oil is one of the only products that really works for me. I love how nourished my lips feel after using it. I really love putting this on just before getting into bed and letting it do it's magic overnight. I wake up with soft and nourished lips every time.

The Body Shop All-In-One Instablur

The Body Shop All-In-One Instablur
You might have seen this featured in my recent Body Shop Haul blog post. I've pretty much used this every day since buying it and I've been really impressed with it. I've found that it primes the skin so well for makeup. Evening out my skintone and creating a realy nice base for foundation. I have also noticed that my foundation stays on longer, especially around more oily areas like my t-zone and chin. It definitly beats any other primers that I've tried.

I hope you've enjoyed reading all about my favourites this month, only one more to go for 2017 - eeek!! Let me know what some of your favourites have been this month. Find me in the comments, or on Instagram/Twitter.
Love, Kate xx

This post contains PR samples, however, all opinions are my own.

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