I promise, this post isn't going to be as creepy as it sounds. I'm just going to tell you guys what I'm currently using to keep myself clean and presentable! Apologies for the state of the photo, it was taken fairly late last night.
First up is The Body Shop Pink Grapefruit Body Scrub. I love this stuff and will be repurchasing. It's a fantastic scrub and you only need the tiniest amount. The smell is divine and really zingy and refreshing. I know everyone goes on about the Soap & Glory scrub, which I've had before and liked, but I feel this is a bit gentler while still being just as effective.
Next is my new favourite shower gel, Lush It's Raining Men. I missed out on this last year and was delighted to see it back in the shops the other day. I only picked up a small bottle as it foams up incredibly well, but I think I'll still have to buy more! You can also use this as a shampoo, which I did last night, and now my hair smells delish. Success!
My current Lush soap that I have on the go is A Ring of Roses. It's a fairly gentle soap with a delicate rose scent. It's very nice but I doubt I'll buy it again, it's just a little too tame and boring for me.
I love using a nice facial scrub in the shower, and I'm currently using St Ives Olive Scrub. I robbed this off my brother (shhh) and I'm really liking it so far. Must keep using it before he notices ;)
I've been getting some really nice compliments on my hair over the last while, and I honestly think it's all down to the Lush Ultimate Shine Shampoo Bar. It's done absolute wonders for my hair, which is very long with a lot of split ends. It has improved shine (duh) and strengthened it too. I've also found that my hair is really easy to style after using this. Love it.
Finally, the latest addition to my little shower 'family' has been the Revlon Equave Mask for hair. Both Sinéad and I are big fans of their leave-in conditioning spray, so when I saw this in Terrisales, I said I'd give it a go. It has quite a strange texture for a conditioner - kind of gummy and tacky - but it definitely works. I feel like it fortifies my hair quite a bit, which is exactly what I need right now. And at €7, it didn't break the bank!
What are your current shower favourites?