Tis’ the season!
With Christmas fast approaching, it only makes sense to think about great stocking fillers that are great for you beauty wellbeing!
In the spirit of Christmas, here are my top stocking fillers to give your loved ones a pleasant surprise.
- Garnier Micellar Cleansing Water.
This magic water has been the rage of the year and it’s a good thing we can get it in a travel friendly size! Micellar water gently removes your make up (even the most stubborn mascara) and leaves your skin feeling fresh.
- No7 Beautiful Skin Dry Skin Rescue
Winter brings about the festive season, but it also brings around dry skin and we need to get on that fast. Give your skin a lift with this light formula by No7! Try after exfoliating for all day moisture.
- Champneys Body Butter
A mini delight in this golden box will leave you skin feeling great and smelling amazing. This is a great stocking filler for a little luxury. This can be used all over the body and is ideal for a post shower indulgence.
- Toni & Guy Conditioner.
Being busy with all the preparations, we often forget about the wellbeing of our locks! This Conditioner comes in a lovely size to slip into a stocking! Let it sit for 5 mins and it will leave your hair soft and perfect for styling.
- The Body Shop Mineral & Ginger Face Mask
Clay is great for drawing out the impurities in your skin and The Body Shop offers a cruelty free way to do this! Put this mask on your face and neck after cleansing and let its magic work. Finish off with a facial oil or moisturiser for glowing skin on Christmas Day.
- BURT’S BEES Lip Balm
Burt’s Bees encourage the natural honey production of bees and celebrate the magic ingredient in their Lip Balms. Get the whole set and share the love with your family and friends.
I hope these ideas spark your beauty journey. Stocking fillers are a great way to get people to try new products and adds a bit of variety to their routines.
Merry Christmas Everyone!!
You can buy these stocking fillers here:
Conditioner – https://store.toniandguy.com/
Photography by Ian Vernon: www.ianvernonphotography.co.uk