I came to the conclusion that The Body Shop is an evil place. EVIL I tell you. You can’t go to it. You can’t walk by it. You can’t even think about it. It never ends well. Trust me, I tried. I’ll just pop in for a minute to get a new make up remover as mine running out… You can see the result in a picture above… At least I bought a make up remover. There were times when I would walk out with a bag of stuff I didn’t particularly need, but still would forget the one thing that made me go at all.

Firstly I picked up a The Body Shop Camomile Sumptuous Cleansing Butter, although I was going to get the Camomile Silky Cleansing Oil as I am running low. It’s still a make up remover, so I won’t count it as a fail. I still have few uses left of my old cleansing oil, but I can’t wait to give this one a go.

Then I got stuck on the Tea Tree range shelves. The first thing I picked up was Tea Tree Cool and Creamy Wash. I wanted to see what all the fuss was about few months back. And I might be addicted to face wash. I have more than 7 currently, 2 more coming in the mail and I am not opposed to get few more… Either way, sales assistant talked me into trying out Tea Tree Facial Toner. I remember one of my friends liking it a lot at a time so I’ll see how that one will go.

Lastly, I picked up few face mask. They only small sizes of these two and I didn’t want to buy the whole jar so I figured it was a great way to try them out. I picked two of the Tea Tree Face Mask as I always wanted to try them, but I wasn’t sure it wouldn’t be too much for my skin. I heard lots of great things about the last one, the Vitamin E Sink In Moisture Mask. My skin gets dehydrated easily so any extra moisture is always welcome. And if it sinks right in as it says, it’s even better.

Have you been to the Body Shop lately? What are you favourite picks?

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