I thought that summer flew by but it seems like autumn is going even faster, it's already October and I feel like any second now it will be winter and snowing. I love September because the leaves start changing, the weather gets a little cooler (but not so cool that you need to break out the parkas), and most exciting it's my birthday month! Here are some of the things I've been absolutely loving this month:
Fuji Green Tea Body Lotion from the Body Shop: This lotion is lighter than the body butters from the Body Shop and soaks in more quickly and this smells INCREDIBLE. I haven't gone back to TBS since I picked this up but I'm seriously tempted to by more from this range and I really hope it isn't limited time because this might be my new favourite scent.
Nutriganics Drops of Youth from The Body Shop: I also picked this up the last time I was at The Body Shop and I've been using it as a serum day and night under my moisturizer. I was skeptical of it at first but I this has been the product that has made the most difference to my skin. I've been having some pretty bad skin problems and this has calmed it and made my face appear smoother and has helped a lot with my breakouts.
Vitamin e oil: The acne I was getting was leaving some pretty bad scarring in it's wake so I started using pure vitamin e oil all over my face as a night cream and it has worked wonders in healing my face. I've almost used up the whole bottle and even though it is very thick and (obviously) oil-y it hasn't caused me to break out at all; it's a big help especially as we move into the colder, dryer months and my skin gets more dehydrated.
Maybelline Fit Me Matte and Poreless Foundation: This foundation just ticks all the boxes for me; it's medium coverage without looking cakey, it blends really well and lasts through a work shift without melting off and it's the perfect colour for me right now so I've basically just been reaching for it every time I wear makeup.
Stila Eyes are the Window palette in Soul: I treated myself to this after I got a bigger than usual paycheck this month and although I don't know a lot about eyeshadows etc. I really like all the colours in this palette, it's easy for me to apply and blend, and I've been using it almost every day that I work (because I don't wear makeup during the week if I'm only training). It's just really pretty OK?
Garnier Fructis Damage Eraser Heal & Seal Treatment: I'm going to preface this by saying that I have very dry hair especially on the ends so if you have oily hair this might not work for you. This is a hair treatment that you put on in the shower after your condition for one minute and it's supposed to seal in your condition and repair damage. For me this is one of the only products that actually makes my hair feel super soft these days and makes it look way healthier.
The X-Files: I started watching the X-Files on Netflix a while ago but now that it's getting darker and more autumnal outside I've been watching it so much more. There's just something about watching a slightly creepy, dramatic show on a cool dark night that I find super cozy. Any night that my roommates aren't home I light one of my fall candles and curl up on the couch to watch Mulder and Scully.