26 February 2018

My Collection Of Little Pots + Tins

It's often the little pots and tins of beauty products and samples that get forgotten about, but they are great to use while travelling or between using up full-size products. I thought I'd collect up all of mine and share them with you. It may remind a few of us that we have some of these to use up!
Balmology Nourish Balm, £29/50g
This beauty balm is great when used as an overnight treatment, deeply hydrating the skin and improving skin texture. With neroli and frankincense, it smells gorgeous!
Balm Balm Hibiscus Face Mask (sample)*, £9.50/40g
I'm yet to try this face mask! It contains just three natural ingredients!
Handmade Naturals Organic Care Jelly, £4/15ml
With calendula, shea butter, manuka and lavender oils, this natural alternative to Vaseline can be used to moisturise hands, lips, sore noses and any other irritated areas of skin. It's a great little tin to keep in your bag during winter!
Botanicals Lavender & Tea Tree Calming Body Lotion*, £22/200ml
This smells lovely and calming, the formula is thick yet sinks into dry sink easily, instantly hydrating sore, dry and chapped skin. I love to use this on my hands and this sample pot is perfect for keeping in my bag.
Botanicals Lavender & Chamomile Soothing Salve*, £17.50/60g
This salve melts upon contact with skin, soothing and moisturising dehydrated and chapped areas. This is great for hands especially and can also be used as a calming after-sun treatment.
Botanicals Lemongrass Body Balm*, £22/60g
This body balm is really refreshing and is perfect for all over use to soften and hydrate dry skin. Great for hands, elbows and other dry patches or as an overnight treatment for the skin!
Sweet Cecily's Banoffee Lip Balm, £3.50/10ml
Sure to satisfy anyone with a sweet tooth, this lovely lip balm smells delicious and keeps lips soft and moisturised.
Badger Sleep Balm, £5.99/21g
This balm is great at hydrating and soothing any dry areas, plus it's great to use as a sleeping aid by massaging into your temples before bed! It smells lovely and relaxing.
Mary Elizabeth Spearmint & Tea Tree Nurture Balm*, £7/15ml
I adore mint as a scent, and this balm doesn't disappoint! It smells incredible and even better, it's a multi-purpose balm for lips, hands and any other dry/irritated areas, so it helps hydrate and soothe the skin.
The Rose Tree Carrot & Mango Cleansing Butter, £3.50 (sample size)
This cleansing butter is really luxurious and glides onto the skin. It smells lovely and is an excellent make-up remover. My sensitive, combination skin loves it! Ingredients include carrot oil, mango butter and St. John's Wort oil.
The Rose Tree Marshmallow & Frangipani Intensive Balm, £3.50 (sample size)
This balm smells so good and I love using it to keep my hands really hydrated and protected from the elements. Ingredients include marshmallow root oil, Argan oil, chamomile oil and beeswax.
The Rose Tree Rose & Frankincense Radiance Cream, £3.50 (sample size)
This rich radiance cream is great as a night time facial moisturiser; it softens and calms the skin, whilst keeping it moisturised and smooth. Ingredients include aloe vera, linseed oil and rose otto flower oil.

What are your favourite little pots or tins of products to keep handy?
Emma xxx
*items kindly sent for review purposes; all thoughts and opinions are, and always will be, my own.


  1. So cute! I love little pots for travel and to slip into my pocket for quick winter skin care! Lovely collection xx

    1. Thank you Helen! I think glass jars and little tins always look more appealing too. Thanks for visiting my blog! xxx

  2. Such a lovely idea for a post Emma! Sample sized pots can be so useful for taking on holiday or popping in your bag. Also they are a great way to try out new brands or products and I find sometimes they are given away free with online orders also. The Sweet Cecily's banoffee lip balm sounds like something I would really like too! :-) xx

    Helen | Helen’s Fashion, Beauty & Lifestyle Blog

    1. Thanks Helen! I think you'd really enjoy Sweet Cecily's as a brand. :) xxx


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