BUBBLE BATH

Bath & Bubbles



1. Dove Sensitive Soap: This product may not be super exciting but it'a an essential in my bath time routine. I love my scented body wash, but I've always used a bar of soap as well - it just makes me feel cleaner and fresher...plus it's for sensitive skin so I know it won't cause any irritation.

2. Schick Intuition Razor: For the longest time I was having horrible trouble with razor bumps on my legs after shaving. I tried everything to get them to go away and wasn't able to solve my problem until I tried Schick's Intuition Razors. They are fairly pricey and run out pretty quick, but this is the only razor that doesn't cause my legs to burn - so I'm sticking with it! There is a band of shaving gel around the head of the razor so you don't have to purchase any shaving cream. It automatically coats the legs with a shaving product while you shave.

3. Bath & Body Works Peach Bellini Body Wash: If you haven't smelled Peach Bellini from Bath & Body Works you need to go to the store right now! It's probably my favorite scent of all time - it's like you're at the beach with a fruity drink. Mmm! The body wash smells just as good as the candles and is really refreshing for the summer time.

4. Simple Micellar Water: I usually buy two of these bottles at a time, because they are really popular and the shelves are almost always empty at CVS. I have really sensitive skin and this product has never broken me out - and you don't even have to wash it off! It's a wonderful makeup remover and is a water-like consistency. I wear a lot of makeup on a daily basis so I will start by putting some of this on a cotton pad and wiping off the top layer of makeup. Then I will use my MAC Cleanse Off Oil. OR sometimes I will use the cleanse off oil first and then the micellar water.

5. MAC Cleanse Off Oil: This is a holy grail product for me. I think every woman should have it in her nighttime routine, especially if you wear waterproof mascara. You want to use this on a dry face. The product emulsifies your makeup and it will slide right off your face. I follow up with my micellar water or by using a warm wash cloth.

6. Boscia Konjac Sponge: After I've removed the majority of my makeup I like to also use a cleanser (please keep in mind my nighttime routine is not this extensive every night). I found this amazing konjac sponge at Sephora and had to have it (they are $15)! If you've never used one they start out in a hard, rough consistency, but when wet become soft like a sponge - it's super cool and really soft on your skin. I put a drop of First Aid Beauty Cleanser and massage into my skin, followed up by wash cloth or water to rinse it all off.

7. First Aid Beauty Cleanser: This is a relatively inexpensive cleanser that will last you a very long time! I have loved every single First Aid Beauty product and they are dermatologist approved for sensitive skin and aren't filled with extra ingredients like fragrances. I highly recommend to anyone!

8. First Aid Beauty Ultra Repair Cream: Most nights I will end my face routine by putting on my Ultra Repair Cream. It's very moisturizing without being too thick and sticky. I will also use an eye moisturizer as well - right now I'm trying to go through several samples.

9. Glam Glow ThirstyMud Hydrating Treatment: Okay this product has had a lot of hype and it super pricey, BUT it's really really worth it! I don't plan on repurchasing any time soon, because of the price tag, but mine lasted me over a year and made my face feel so incredible. Plus it smells like coconut! I would use this hydrating treatment 2-3 times a week before bed - without washing off.

I hope you enjoyed this bath time product review. Let me know about any other products you love and would recommend!

Hey it's Wednesday - we're halfway to the weekend! 

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