Vichy Idéal Soleil Daily Milky Care – After spending time in the sun I have been reaching past the aloe vera for this milky lotion instead. It really soothes my skin and isn't sticky like aloe vera. I can't quite pinpoint the smell, but it's expensive and refreshing. The couple of times this summer that I've gotten a sunburn (fail), this has done wonders for bringing down the redness – and it totally prevented peeling!
Burt's Bees Coconut Foot Cream – I used this almost every night in July. It's a pleasure to use and smells like coconut and mint. My feet are really soft and look even better in sandals. Read my review here.
Morrocanoil Treatment Original – Katherine reviewed this back in 2013 (#tbt) and she's liked it for even longer. Whenever getting ready with Katherine I would predictably "borrow" a pump of this and always loved it. I decided to finish up two other hair oils before buying this. I love the scent and how soft it makes my hair feel. I use it both to hydrate clean damp hair and to rejuvenate third-day hair. If you have very fine hair try the light version.
Nuxe Body Long-Lasting Deodorant – This rollerball deodorant passes the test and keeps me smelling nice all day. It isn't sticky and doesn't leave white marks, which I've griped about with other deodorants. This has the same lovely, sweet fragrance of the Nuxe Body range, which doesn't interfere with perfume. It's alcohol-free and made with natural powders of alum and silver.
Palmer's Cocoa Butter Formula Tone Correcting Face Oil – The combination of extra sun exposure, pore-clogging SPF and pre-tan exfoliation in the summer quickly takes a toll on my dry skin. To repair and hydrate I leaned on my quick fix facial oils, but especially this one from Palmer's.
What were your beauty favourites last month?