Empties #2

Since moving abroad, I have been using up a lot more of the products I brought with me.
If I was at home I would just start using something and somehow after going to either Sephora or CVS find something new before finishing the old products. Perhaps the language barrier of Barcelona is working in my wallet’s favor. Here we go...

Let’s start with something that I just need to admit to myself  is quite a “forever” favorite THE almighty Caudalie Huile Divine. I finally bought the full size bottle when I was in France over the holiday. You should give it a whirl! 

On to the scents. I have always bought the Victoria Secret scents…but never really used them. Well, not at all, they are just too sweet and act better as a room spray than a body spray. Lemon Escape smells like a lemon-ey cake, so I used it to spray my closet. Citrus Dream is better…but used it for my bedsheets since it is not overwhelming. One scent I would repurchase is the travel size Gucci Guilty eau de toilette. It is such mesmerizing  goodness of a night scent. It smells like a sexy summer night on a rooftop bar by the beach. 

Oh skincare… I do have a somewhat review of the Aveeno Targeted Tone Corrector [here] it is a good budget buy for dark spots. If I had access to this a.k.a. a Target nearby, it would be back on my stash.. The Jurlique Purely Bright Treatment a little pricey and high maintenance but it works oh so well. The instructions say “apply 2-3 times daily” but who has time for that? Using is once and sometimes twice a day, results were seen within days. It was worth the money, and yes I would buy it again if my face started acting up. 

And then there was one lip product…just one. Secret Agent Pretty Pink Provocateur  which I got in a Birchbox a long time ago but never used…until Barcelona. It smells great and the packaging is awesome but I does not last more than an hour on me. So…would not go out of my way to buy this. 

Has anyone else tried these products? Thoughts? 

Check out the last “empties” post HERE 

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