Tuesday, 16 December 2014

The Bedside Trio

Ever since I got a decent bedside table i've found i've started to hoard products that I might need before I go to sleep. Even though I have all these products on hand there are three that I tend to reach for more than others and whenever I go traveling they are some of the first products I pack.
The Bedside Trio
The Bedside Trio
This Works Deep Sleep Pillow Spray
This Works Deep Sleep Pillow Spray - £16.00.
I'm lucky that I don't often struggle to get to sleep but sometimes it just seems very hard to drift off. I spray a few spritz of this on my pillow and it really helps you to concentrate on your breathing and relax you. It's also great if you have a bit of a cold starting as it helps you to breath easier.
Nuxe Reve De Miel Lip Balm
Nuxe Reve De Miel Lip Balm - £9.50.
I seem to suffer from dry lips all year round however it is always worse in the colder month. I reach for this lip balm all year round before bed as it almost feels like a mask for your lips. In the morning my lips feel hydrated and soft without any dry patches. The price may seem a little high for a lip balm but this pot can last me 6 months to a year, even when i'm using it everyday.
The Body Shop Almond Hand & Nail Butter
The Body Shop Almond Hand & Nail Butter - £12.00.
I never used to use hand cream and I hated that greasy feeling and not being able to touch anything. As i've gotten old my hands have got a lot drier so I tend to have a rotation of hand creams on my bedside table. When my hands I feeling extra try and like they need an instant hit of moisture I reach for this. It feels very rich however sinks in quickly and doesn't feel greasy yet my hands feel so much softer straight away.

So those are the products I reach for a lot on an evening and have become firm favourites of mine for nearly a year now. What are some of the products you use before going to sleep?

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