Tuesday, 18 March 2014

Bedside Table Essentials

So along with decorating my new room I finally have a proper bedside table (with a drawer!) where I can keep products to use just before I go to sleep. I thought I would share some of my essential products that I reach for before I go to bed.
Ever other night or so I try and use the Soap & Glory Heel Genius foot cream, I change up what cream I use, I go back to this one every now and then when I want something that is light on the greasy, non greasy but still moisturising. For hands i'm currently using The Body Shop Almond Hand & Nail Butter, this stuff smells so lovely and is really moisturising and again doesn't feel greasy on the skin. It feels surprisingly light to say it is a thick cream. 
Sometimes I find I just can't switch off at night I use some products to hep me fall asleep. First is the This Works Deep Sleep Pillow Spray, a few spritz on my pillow really helps to relax me. The other being the Origins Peace Of Mind, applied to the pressure points, wrists, behind the ears, again really helps to relax, it is also great to use when you're feeling anxious. Both of these really do help to have a good nights sleep.
Finally, an old favourite, the Nuxe Reve De Miel Lip Balm, this is a really thick, matte balm which is a must have if you have dry lips. It really soothes the lips and gets rid of any dry patches. This pot lasts a surprisingly long time too which is an added bonus.

So those are my currently products to use before bed, I change up a few things but most of these are staples for me throughout the year. What products do you have on your bedside table?


  1. I am yet to try that lip balm! but there are so many good reviews :)

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  2. So many bits I want to try! The Nuxe lip balm sounds perfect for me.

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