October empties/project bathroom update

I'm not sure how, but October seems to have come and gone in the blink of an eye! Can you believe there's now only 51 days till Christmas?! For the last few months, my bathroom shelves have become increasingly cluttered, so during October I made a real effort to finish as many products as possible:

October empties:
Batiste dark and deep brown dry shampoo
Concoction black pepper + citrus shampoo
Ojon dry recovery intensive hydrating 2 minute hair mask
Seascape refresh hand & nail cream
La roche posay cleansing body cream-gel
Lush love lettuce face mask
Trilogy rosehip oil
Bumble and bumble sunday shampoo
Estee Lauder intensive smoothing hand creme
Ren hydra calm global protection day cream
Batiste original dry shampoo

In total, I managed to get through 11 products last month. Rather unintentionally nearly half the empties were haircare products. As you may know Batiste dry shampoo is a must have for me and I seem to get through at least one can a month. Bumble and bumble sunday shampoo was a real favourite too, and of all the products that I've finished, this was the one I most sad about.

Haircare aside, I seemed to have worked my way through several tubes of hand cream and face moisturisers. Not surprisingly really given how cold it's suddenly become in the UK. Special mentions go to the Estee Lauder hand cream and Trilogy face oil, both of which were super moisturising and perfect for this time of year.

How did you get on this month? What were your favourites?


  1. Loving Rosehip oil ( and actually Argan oil too )! I have written a very informative post about it on my blog...Loving Ren products too :-). xx


  2. Did you like the BB shampoo? I can never decide if it's worth the price..

    1. I really liked it. It's on the pricey side, but definitely the best clarifying shampoo I've tried x


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