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Thursday, 1 March 2018

February Favourites 2018 | Zoe Major Beauty


The Body Shop Vitamin C Liquid Peel // £18
I enjoy using the liquid peels from The Body Shop on my face, as they are designed to be used. It effectively removes dead skin and leaves your face feeling super smooth and prepped. However, one of the girls in work (Hi, Lidi, if you're reading. I miss you!) told us all about how she has been using the Vitamin C as a peel.. on her feet! I immediately went home and tried it out for myself and it has now become a staple in my weekly routine. It is like a mini pedicure at home! It visibly lifts away dead skin leaving your feet so soft! It is amazing on your heels, where dry skin can be an issue. It will get rid of it in one use! I love it. You only need to use one pump of product per foot too, so no more than you'd be using on your face. You need to try it!

Dermalogica Daily Superfoliant // £55
No, you're not having Deja Vu, I did have Dermalogica Superfoliant in last months favourites, too. I have just continued to use it and as much as I hate to say it, keep falling more and more in love with it. It is just great for "gritty" skin. When your skin feels a bit rough and uneven, you can slap some of this on and it leaves your skin smooth and exfoliated. Now the reason I am annoyed for enjoying it so much is because it comes in at £55. Yes, that is right. I got sent this product by Dermalogica but it is getting to the point where I may have to set aside £55 every few months for a repurchase because it really is that good.

TARTE Shape Tape Concealer // £22 
I wrote a full review on Tarte Shape Tape (which you can read here) but I just had to feature it again in a favourites post because I have used this every day without fail. It has come in especially handy since February has, for some reason, been the month of breakouts for me. Hooray. I suppose it is a good thing because it has allowed me to put TARTE's "full coverage" claim to the test and it did indeed pass. It covered everything I needed it to, without things getting too cakey.

The Body Shop Hemp Lip Balm // £4.50
My beloved Nivea lip balm sadly went through the wash (RIP) so in the mean time, I was slapping on the Hemp Lip Balm from The Body Shop and whilst not so exciting and glamorous, it does a bloody good job. It is described as being a "heavy duty" lip balm and I couldn't agree more. It really hangs around on the lips and creates a protective barrier that really locks in moisture, protecting your lips from any drying elements such as the cold, wind, sun etc. I constantly have this on me now and even though I still love my wee Nivea lip balm, I am glad I came across this one. It is also free from all the usual crap I avoid in lip balms/all products (such as mineral oil)

What are your February favourites? Let me know in the comments below!

Thanks for reading.


Zoe xo



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