Monday, 7 July 2014

Soap and Glory No Clogs Allowed - a skin saviour!

I feel well and truly back in the blogging game (three posts in!) I've always blogged, slowly, rather silently and on many different platforms. I feel so much more connection with this blog, I'm unsure why but... I like it! So... whilst I was sat contemplating my day, with a face mask on, I'd thought I'd tell you my thoughts on the Soap and Glory No Clogs allowed self heating mask. I can, from very present experience, tell you that I think it's fab!

The No Clogs Allowed mask is perfect for oily to combination skin. It deep cleans and melts away all the yukky bits that are stuck in your pores. Not only that but it's colour changing too. The mask itself goes from yellow to blue, whilst heating up on your face. It's like a mini spa treatment - oh so fabulous! 

Now my skins not particularly bad but when it's having a bad day, it's a really bad day! I've found that this mask, well since I've started using it, has helped to keep my skin more level and I've definitely had less break outs. It's so easy to use, it only takes five minutes to work and you're good to go, ready to get on with the rest of your day.

I noticed my biggest change after using it twice.

The product is great value for money too. I picked it up for about £11.00 and I've just checked and you can purchase it in Boots for a similar price. I've used it about five times already, on my entire face, and my tube is still pretty full!

Today I have only used it on specific areas, my nose and my chin. I've put it on like this before and it's really helped to kick start my face into think 'CLEAN!' It doesn't dry out my skin either, which is great because I suffer with dry patches here and there. (Urgh!)

This product is fabulous, it's cheap and it's effective... oh and I love the fact that it heats up! Am I the only one who's drawn in by the gimmicky features?! 

Time for me to wash it off now, it's been on a bit too long today! Whoops! 

Have you tried this mask, what do you think? 

Sunday, 6 July 2014

Glastonbury Snippets

After finally recovering from feeling extremely ill when I got home from Glastonbury festival, I feel ready to upload my latest and second post. It will be a quick one showing you a few of my favourite images from the weekend.

I had the best of times, it was an incredible and busy weekend full of fun, food and lots of laughs. I went with my bestest friend, Izzy, from university and we had the greatest of times! (It actually turned into a weekend of quick selfies as the battery on my iPhone is awful!!)

On the first night we ended up camping very close to the Arcadia Spider - a HUGE party area. As much as we loved the atmosphere, us 20 year old girls just weren't cut out for the all-night-long raves.  (20 going on 70!) We moved to a much calmer field... miles from anything! We pitched for the second time and really began to enjoy the music. 

Some of the best acts were Rudimental, Disclousure, Dolly Parton, Ed Sheeran and The 1975... ooo and Ellie Goulding was pretty fab!

I'd highly recommend going to Glastonbury, I can't even begin to tell you the extent of how much goes on. In every little nook and cranny something incredible is happening, in every area of the park. We were gobsmacked by the size and all the events, we couldn't have physically taken part in all of it and we were there Wednesday to Monday! We did however... brave the showers... a very silly and cold mistake!!

All in all I thoroughly enjoyed my time here, at my FIRST ever festival! I spent the weekend laughing, eating, singing and sunbathing (in between the rain, the hail and the thunder!) It was pretty darn fabulous! For a real girly girl... I wasn't expecting to enjoy it as much as I did so don't let the mud put you off. If anything... embrace it!! 

Did you go to Glastonbury this year or are you planning on visiting a different festival? Let me know how you got on! 

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