Cult Beauty Haul Plus Goody Bag Gift With Purchase
I recently took advantage of the Cult Beauty goody bag offer when you spent £170. I don't know about you but I always save up my big purchases for times when there is a goody bag offer, because I get to try out loads of new products for free with my purchase. First of all I will show you what I purchased and then show you the free goody bag that came with it.
I stocked up on some more Supergoop! Unseen Sunscreen SPF 30. I bought the limited edition 73.9ml supersize. This cost £40 This is my holy grail sunscreen because it goes on clear and does not leave my skin looking or feeling greasy.
Briogeo Curl Charisma Rice Amino + Shea Hydrating Co Wash. I have tried and loved some other Briogeo products so I thought that I would give this one a try. I have curly hair that gets so knotty if I use shampoo, so I tend to use products like this one which leaves my hair easy to brush through and with frizz free curls. This is a new purchase for me, so I will let you know how I get on with it. This cost £27 for 473ml.
I am a big fan of Sol De Janeiro products as they smell devine, so I took the opportunity to buy another Brazilian 4 Play Moisturizing Shower Cream-Gel as its one of my favourite shower gels. I bought the 385ml which cost £21.
I thought I would give The Ordinary Multi-Peptide Serum for Hair Density a try as I have started to loose hair from the front of my hairline mostly due to pulling it back into buns and ponytails for work I think. This is a concentrated serum for hair that promises thicker, denser, fuller and healthier hair. This cost £15.80 for 60ml.
I really like Murad products although they are pricey, but I thought I would take this opportunity to give City Skin Age Defense Broad Spectrum SPF50 a try. This is a mineral sunscreen and costs £60 for 50ml.
Finally, I picked up some Satin Scrunchies from kit.sch Beauty which cost £6.25 for 5 scrunchies. I am hoping these will help to minimise any hair loss from pulling my hair back into a tight bun or ponytail. As a child of the 80's I love the fact that scrunchies have made a comeback.