Wednesday, 4 December 2013

Five Best *Christmas*: Beauty stocking fillers

It's that time of the year again! All I can think about is how much chocolate or food I am going to eat in a month...I have two advent calendars and sweets seem to be a regular occurrence in the office.

I found some adorable beauty treats for the girls in your life that love to pamper themselves...either as stocking fillers or as gifts under the tree! Check them out below...


1. Beauty treats in baubles? Genius idea! This Origins one has a selection of deluxe samples such as a serum, mask, eye cream and moisturiser. What's more is that when you buy one of these, Origins plants a tree with Global Relief which elps reduce air pollution, cleans out water and lowers energy costs. Win, win! £12

2. Soap and Glory are one of my favourite brands, and this Bright and Bubbly Gift Set is such a great bargain, especially if you want to introduce a friend to their great products. Included are mini hit products - Shower gel, butter body cream, scrub body buffer, hand cream, and a sudsy puff. Perfect! £10

3. How adorable!!! Boring morning showers just got a lot more fun with this cute Body Shop Ginger Sponge, only £3.50 and a great stocking filler.

4. This is a lovely, relaxing Espa Skincare De-stress bath and body oil due which is perfect for when you're just fed up with all the shopping and want a little me time! It's a nice pressie that's a little more high end but still only £12.50.

5. Another really cute and pretty stocking filler for just £10, the Aromatherapy Associates Little Bell contains the Revive Morning Bath & Shower Oil. A refreshing blend of grapefruit, rosemary and juniper, it will make you feel like you're in a spa!

Here's a little bonus, and the best of them all...this Ciate Tree Trinkets Set! Which girly girl wouldn't want that on her Christmas tree? £30


Check out my other Christmas 2013 gift guides:







Jumper from New Look (£25)





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