Beauty

December Empties

I know I say this every month/year, but this year more than ever, I am in shock and awe that 2020 is coming to an end. This month was a super low key one at home, so I didn’t use up too much [mostly some old favorites], but let’s just dive in.

The Laundress Signature Detergent: I included this brand in my top buys of the year post and I stand by that. The Laundress instantly transforms a boring chore into a little luxury. I use this on all my linens and there is nothing better than crawling into fresh sheets or drying off with a clean towel. It’s expensive but since I don’t use it on everything, it lasts awhile. If 2020 has taught me anything, it’s to find joy in the mundane, and this does just that.

UP&UP Nighttime Baby Wash: This bubble bath costs $3 and makes great bubbles! Dillon loves it and it’s gentle on his skin. I would definitely recommend this.

Hourglass Mineral Veil Primer: This primer was *fine*. I think I got it with Sephora points. It did a good job blurring my pores but I don’t think it made my makeup last any longer than any other primer. I had seen so many people rave about this that I was excited to try it, but it fell a bit flat for me, especially based on the price. I won’t repurchase this one.

CinnaBake Essential Oil: I got this essential oil set so I didn’t have to mix my own and WOW all 3 are so amazing. This one was so good in the kitchen; I diffused it after dinner and it smelled like we always had fresh baked goods in the oven. Highly recommend if you want a cozy vibe going in your home.

Repeat Empties: Tinkle Razor // Billie Razor // L’Oreal Brow Stylist Pencil // Garnier Pure Clean Dry Shampoo // Kiehl’s Midnight Recovery Serum // Bliss Vitamin C Serum // Smarty Pants Probiotic Gummy

I know most of us are happy to see this year go so all I hope is that we move forward in 2021 with kinder hearts, clearly focus, healthy bodies {!!}, and an appreciation for what’s most important in life. I love you all!

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