I brought this months ago, as Faith brought home (visitors) in her hair (cue head scratching). The nice lady in the chemist advised me to try this It cost £2.29 for the tub. Now to be honest I had no idea what to expect when I opened this to use it you have to scrap it out and heat it by rubbing it in your hands. Once heated it turns into a oil and it smells amazing There are a few uses for this I use it in my hair once I have washed it but be warned a little goes a long way. I also like to use this after I get out the shower as a body moisturiser. I also use once ever few weeks as an hair treatment. I apply more then normal wrap in a towel and then leave for a few hours then wash out. I love this stuff and for the money you can't go wrong.
Tuesday, 29 January 2013
Sunday, 27 January 2013
Well first post in a very long time so big thank you to you all for bearing with me. I have been trying to hunt down these for a while since seeing them on blogs. So when I popped into Superdrug this week I saw the shipper and picked these two up. I really wanted the vanilla and macadamia one but they didn't have it so the hunt continues. Now to be honest I really don't need another lip balm as I have nearly everyone on the market but I'm a lip balm junkie. So in comparison to the Vaseline tin lip balm I thought the Nivea one was a lot smaller but there not really that much difference. The Nivea one has 16.7 g in and the Vaseline one has 20g in once applied I think the flavour of the Nivea lasts longer and I don't think it's as greasy as the Vaseline lip balm. The Vaseline coco butter was my favourite but the Nivea raspberry rosé has now stepped up. I use this every night before bed and in the morning my lips feel moisturised and soft. I would really recommend you trying these the only down point to these as with all tin balms if u have nails they are a nightmare to apply but worth it.