27 December 2013

CutECOcosmetics Wishlist | Beauty

I discovered this lovely website very recently and it's full of organic, vegan and animal-friendly products from a variety of different brands. It sells cosmetics, skincare and bath/body products. I'm hoping to place an order in the New Year and here is my wishlist:
1. Melissa Mallow Foot Balm, £10.95/50ml by Lulu Boo Organics
I'm really craving some luxurious foot products and this one really stands out to me. This product is made with 93% organic ingredients and is suitable for vegans. With organic marshmallow and anti-septic/anti-fungal organic lemon and tea tree essential oils, this foot balm promises to soften, moisturise and soothe tired and aching feet. Specifically good for dry feet and cracked heels. It is also effective on Athlete's Foot.
2. Candy Mint Deodorizing Foot Mist, £8.95/177ml by Deep Steep
With a refreshing blend of peppermint and tea tree oil, this foot mist will invigorate tired feet while natural enzymes kill off odours. This product is 100% alcohol free. This would be handy to use before and after a shift at work!
3. Vanilla Sugar Body Scrub, £27/200ml by Lulu Boo Organics
Made with 98% organic ingredients, this body scrub will remove dead skin cells and improve skin tone. With organic brown sugar to buff and polish and coconut butter, almond and jojoba oil to moisturise and leave your skin soft and glowing. This product is scented with organic vanilla, orange and cardamom essential oils.
For £27, I won't be purchasing this as it just seems overpriced but it does sound lovely.
4. Rum & Blackcurrant Moisturising Cream, £13.49/120ml by Betty Hula
This moisturising body cream contains shea butter, cocoa butter, coconut oil, aloe vera and vitamin E. The scent is inspired by the Pacific Islands. This cream claims to relieve signs of stretch marks and scarring and soothe sun burn. It also says it is suitable for all skin types including us sensitive lot!
5. Raspberry Sherbert Ice Cream Lip Balm, £3.25 by Crazy Rumors
I love trying flavoured lip balms that actually do some good for your lips as well as tasting nice! This lip balm contains organic jojoba oil, organic shea butter, soy wax and vitamin E amongst other ingredients.
6. French Vanilla Coffee Lip Balm, £3.25 by Crazy Rumors
I remember having the Coffee Bean version a few years back and I really liked it. I'd love to try this French Vanilla version! 
7. Brown Sugar Vanilla Body Wash, £7.95/237ml by Deep Steep
With a rich, moisturising lather, this body wash will gently cleanse your skin. With shea and cocoa butter to hydrate and restore skin's elasticity and antioxidant vitamin e and vitamin B5 combined with organic plant extracts to moisturise and tone. With top notes of ripe fig, muguet and a mix of fresh, juicy fruit including nectarine. Also features hints of creamy coconut milk, musk, amber, caramelised brown sugar and vanilla bean. It sounds delicious!

Have you tried any of these products before?
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5 comments:

  1. thejollyfashionista27 December 2013 at 18:11

    It really does! Just a shame that it's pretty expensive. I'm on the look-out for a cheaper alternative! x

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  2. Laura Shimmerofpink27 December 2013 at 23:40

    I want to try the crazy Rumors lips balms, heard lots of good things about them :)

    Laura x

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  3. thejollyfashionista28 December 2013 at 00:38

    I remember I loved the Coffee Bean one and it does help wake you up a bit in the mornings! x

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  4. I've just bought the gingerbread and pistachio lip balms! yum! :) x

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  5. thejollyfashionista28 December 2013 at 21:22

    Ooh, great! Let me know what you think of them. I'm not sure when I'll be placing my order but I'll definitely be getting a couple of the lip balms and I really want the peppermint foot mist too! xxx

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