I love seeing other peoples empties! So I decided to make a board where people could post pictures of their empties, or just tell us about them! I'd also be interested in knowing whether you're repurchasing anything or not.
January & February empties
- Bath & Body Works Sensual Amber body lotion
- Bumble & Bumble Thickening Shampoo
- Bumble & Bumble Thickening Conditioner
- Close up /Generic" - Mouthwash, cinnamon
Glamglow pod for eyes
- Lancome - La Vie Est Belle Eau De Parfu
- Lavanilla - The Healthy Deoderant Pure Vanilla
- ole Henriksen: The Clean Truth Brighing face wipes
- Nevea - in shower body lotion for very dry skin
- Philosophy - live Joyously Shampoo Bath/shower gel
- Tree Hut - Shea Sugar Body Scrub
- Thierry Mugler Alien - Eau De Parfum
Yves Saint Laurent - Black Opium Eau De Parfum
- Benefit Air Patrol BB Cream Eyelid Primer
- Benefit - Total Moisture facial cream
- Chloe Eau De Parfum
- Formula x step one erase cuticle cream
Giorgio Armani - SI
Gucci Bamboo Eau De Parfum
Maison Martin Margiela -REPLICA: lazy Sunday morning Eau De Toilette
- Nutrogena - foot cream
- Sephora Collection Colorful Blush N05 Sweet on you!
Viktor & Rolf - Flowerbomb Parfum
Viktor & Rolf - Flowerbomb Shower gel
Nope, not for me:
- Drybar - Triple Sec
I've wanted to try that Tree Hut Body Scrub for a while. I may finally give it a go (next time I need to buy scrub).
Love those OH wipes.
Do you use a moisturizer with the Nivea or does it work well enough for you to use it alone?
the tea tree hut body scub is a good option for an allover exfoliator for a reasonable price and it lasts for a decent amount of time.
Love the OH wipes good in a pinch as a lazy girl hack if you wake up late and need to run use it and slap on some moisturizer and spray facial SPF over it and good to go. & it smells lovely!
As for Nivea I am poor at moisturizing so i wouldn't be the best person to ask this question, also it might depend on how hydrated your skin is and what season of the year it might be, etc however I can supply some pros and cons. the pros are this is a really great lazy girl hack that I love and I don't have to slather on a bunch of lotion on awkwardly outside the shower. the only con is it it makes the bottom of the shower gunky and slightly slimy creating a slip factor if you are not careful. I think that the pros outweigh the cons though. as I probably wouldn't moisturize as much if I didn't use this stuff.
I gave it a harsh rating based on the fact that I have really oily roots and thin hair and it made my roots and thin hair's overall appearance worse instead of fluffing up the strands all over and getting rid of the oil at my roots both lay flat on the top of my head. the drybar dry shampoo is good so I expected the triple sec to be as well .but for me not so much. i really wanted to like it.
I love triple sec! Not quite AS effective as Detox, but I think of it as a great 2nd, 3rd day dry shampoo, whereas Detox is my (don't judge) 4th day and beyond choice. Curious too what you didn't like.
February 2016 Empties
- PHD Shampoo, Conditioner, and Styling Treatment
- Bite Lip Wipes
- Nivea In Shower Body Lotion original formula
- Diptyque Sapin, Baies, and Geranium Rosa candles
- Secret Powder Fresh Invisible Solid
- Nars Audacious Mascara
- Tony Moly Honey Lip Balm
- My Beauty Diary Aloe Vera Mask
- Cover FX Drops
- LM Body Souffle
- Benefit They're Real Remover
- Ulta Dual Tipped Applicators
- LM Protect Foundation Primer
- Zoya Anchor basecoat and Armor topcoat
- Boscia Makeup Breakup Cleansing Oil
- Nude Detox Gentle Fizzy Wash
- MB Cermadie Eye Cream
- Ulta body scrub (honestly only bought it because I needed a scrub and it was on clearance)
- Drybar Sake Bomb Shampoo
- Chanel Le Volume de Chanel Mascara
- MUFE Step 1 Primer
- Benefit Total Moisture Facial Cream
- MB Orange Cleansing Soap
Sure! There's no need to freeze them or anything. Just wash them and the wax will come out. Also, when the candle is almost gone I will light it one last time and pour out whatever wax will come out. Then when it cools I will wash it.
I would have never thought to wash them - I thought that water wouldn't work to get wax out. Thanks for the tips! I'm going to buy my first Diptyque candle this spring and I definitely want to keep the jar once it's gone.