26 September 2016

Pampering At It's Best!

Prezzybox Tea bag

Prezzybox breakfast face masks
I love a good pamper, with university starting to get busy sometimes it’s nice to come back to my flat, get in the bath and relax for an hour. If anyone knows me well you will know I love a long bath and anything to make it smell or feel nice is I always want. This adorable Breakfast Facemask set is £5.95 including three breakfast inspired masks; Coffee, Yogurt and Oaty. I instantly grabbed the coffee as it’s one of my favourite smells and let me assure you it smelt delicious. The masks leave your skin feeling soft and are very refreshing. They don’t harden on your skin but melt into your skin, these are perfect if you don’t want an intense treatment.
Prezzybox bath melt
Prezzybox face mask
Next was the Strawberries and Cream hamper for £12.95. This included a bath melt, candle, bath tea bag and strawberry face mask! The tea bag gave a lovely smell to my bath while the melt made the water soft and silky which was lovely! The candle always makes my whole bathroom smell of strawberries and cream which I LOVE! The only thing I was unsure of was the facemask, no instructions come with it and you get a small plastic tub of strawberry scented powder….what else do I do? I’ve decided to take it upon myself and add a bit of water to the palm of my hand and rub in some of the powder this didn't work at all it just seperated so I filled the small pot with a small amount of water and this just created the worst smelling mud I've ever smelt so that unfortunately went in the bin!

Both pamper treats were from Prezzybox, I didn’t realise they did products like this but they were great, I’d definitely look on their website more from now on for gift ideas! They have so many pamper goodies but also sell food, drink, home, gadgets and so much more! I don’t think it will be good for my bank balance this website especially around Christmas!

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