Lush Coalface Soap
£4.95/100g - Lush here or in-store
If you've read Makeup Savvy for any time you will most likely know that I love a good soap. Call me granny Fee but there's something about a no-nasties face soap that you can't beat... well in my opinion anyway. So when I spotted the blogging machine that is The Sunday Girl talking about this wonderful sounding soap for oily skin it went straight on my 'to-buy' list. Not only does this control excess sebum (oil) but it doubles up as a face mask apparently - amazing! Will be making a trip to Lush just for this very soon! Read The Sunday Girl's review here.
Eucerin Mattifying Sun Face Fluid SPF 50
£10.72 on offer - Look Fantastic here
Come the summer months I'm literally obsessed with sun cream! I already have many that I love but I can't resist ones for oily/combination skin that don't feel oily on the skin. Before watching Katie's video I hadn't really thought of Eucerin for suncream but as they are a good skincare company it makes sense I guess! I loved the sound of this from Katie's review and how she mentioned it feels like a powder once dry. Next to buy! Watch Katie's May Favourites video here.
Shay & Blue Salt Caramel Natural Fragrance Spray 30ml
£30.00 - John Lewis here
When this fragrance launched in May last year I read review after review from bloggers and pretty much drooled over the descriptions of the scent. I'm one for all kinds of fragrances but I have a sweet spot for gourmand scents especially anything warm and sweet and when I read that this particular fragrance was inspired by Charbonnel et Walker's delicious Sea Salted Caramel Truffles I knew one day I'd cave and buy it (this was when only the £55 was released). But then last week as I was browsing the John Lewis website I spotted the more affordable 30ml bottle and now I'm back to desperately wanting it again. I have a few home ware items I want to buy from John Lewis soon so I think I will just have to buy myself this as a treat! Really hope it's as good as I imagine!
£1,899.99 - Currys here
It's over a decade since I lusted after a desktop computer but when I spotted this bad boy last month my inner geek swooned. This all-in-one beauty is spot-on for creatives and bloggers and so when Zoe Newlove recently showed off one of it's featured I wanted it even more! A super creative piece of kit that I want more than anything at the moment and something that would be an investment purchase or so I keep telling myself! Check out Zoe's review of the HP Sprout here.
Rifle Paper Co. 'To Do' Desktop Notepad
£7.40 - Fox & Star here
Rifle Paper Co. is without a doubt one of my favourite stationary brands, with whimsical but chic watercolour illustrations I simply can't get enough. I also get enough of From Roses blog, especially her photos that are so beautifully staged. So it was no surprise to spot a wonderful Rifle Paper co. pad in one of Rose's recently blog images that I instantly fell in love with. As you may have seen from my recent Stationary Haul post I have more than enough stationery at the moment but I'm sure I will end up treating myself to this to prettify my desk.
What have you been recently inspired to buy from a bloggers review? Let me know!