Yves Rocher Anti-Fatigue Iced Gel, £2.50

If you have tired legs and feet from walking all day, or just a bit of cramp, this cooling and relaxing lavender-scented gel will sort you out. It feels blissful.

Yves Rocher Coconut Fizzy Bath Cube, £1.50

This makes for a great bath experience. This little cube fills your bath with a delicate coconut scent so you can dream of tropical islands.

Micro Cell 2000 Nail Repair Light & White, £13.85

This is a great treatment varnish to build up the strength in your nails, and it really works. My nails were stronger after just a couple of days of application; so if you have weak nails, thin nail plates or have been wearing artificial nails, this is for you.

Micro Cell Natural Mineral Nail File, £12.95

Apart from the gorgeous diamante-studded casing, this is a fabulous file. It shortens nails; but micro-fine minerals also fill tiny cracks to smooth edges and seal edges. Suitable for all nail types; but especially dry ones that are prone to splitting.

Makeup Revolution I Heart Makeup Nail Geek Nail Polish in Suave, £1.49

This is such a pretty nude shade, and a great quality long-lasting polish. It does no wrong, and is so affordable. I’ve been loving this with a glitter topcoat all month.

Makeup Revolution The One Fluid Blusher in Desire, £3

This is as good as my Daniel Sandler Watercolour Blusher. It’s very pigmented (so a little goes a long way), easy to blend and once it’s on, it stays put until you wash it off. This is a great berry pink shade that’s perfect for brunettes like me, and it’s really illuminating too.

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