My Current In Shower & Bath Products


As somebody who likes to switch up my products often, particularly bath and shower stuff, I wanted to show you all what’s in my current rotation. I get bored easily and feel more refreshed when switching between products. Previously sticking to the same shampoo over and over again, I felt like my hair would get use to it and found that I benefited more when I changed between different ones.


This Garnier Ultimate Blends Coconut Milk Shampoo caught my eyes on the shelf in Superdrug when I saw it was half price. I got the Coconut Milk & Macadamia as I love coconut and the smell is divine. The shampoo comes in a big 360ml bottle which I see lasting me a while. I have noticed my hair a lot shinier since using this and I look forward to trying the other varieties out, I think the Oat Milk is next on the list.


As mentioned a few times on my blog, I’m a big fan of the Aussie hair care range. I decided to try this Miracle Nourish Conditioner. It does a great job at nourishing my hair  and I enjoy lathering the ends for extra hydration. The only thing is I’m not a fan of the fruity citrus scent but that’s just a personal preference.


If you read my What I Got For Christmas post, you would’ve seen I got a fair few bits of Soap & Glory which I was keen to use. I’m currently using this big tub of Clean On Me Shower Gel. It’s a fairly thick consistency and leaves my skin feeling clean and fresh for ages.


After I discovered that in shower moisturisers are a thing, I was obsessed with the Nivea Cocoa Lotion but when I saw this Zoella Gelato Shower Shake, I wanted to try it out. The bottle is so cute with the little straw and I love the rose gold lettering. As well as cleansing the skin it moisturises too. My skin definitely notices the difference when I use this product.


So that’s it for my current rotation of in bath and shower products. I hope you enjoyed this. Thanks for reading XOXO.


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