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Hi everyone, not been around much recently as work has been really busy but back to normal now. Thanks, Sarah :)

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The Body Shop Raspberry Shower Gel 23/11/2014

Fruity

Disney Frozen Snow Glow Elsa Doll 21/11/2014

Let it go!

Disney Frozen Snow Glow Elsa Doll Being an only grandchild does mean that my daughter gets spoilt a little bit and no matter how much I tell my mum and dad not to, they often end up buying Lauren new toys. About a month back, they picked this up for her. Price & availability Elsa retails for £39.99 however most toy shops are selling this for £34.99, it should be available from most toy shops, the problem is that this is one the top Christmas presents for this year and its very hard to get hold off, it seems the only place available when I look online now is EBay and as you can imagine, the prices are in the region of £50. Age range The doll is suitable for children over the age of 3 due to the small parts and I think this is about right, a child smaller might find this quite heavy to carry around as the doll is quite big and made from plastic. The film Frozen is definitely the film of the moment, despite the fact that it was about this time last year that the film came out. It is one of those Disney films which bursts into a song every 15minutes so be warned if you don't like that, but I think its the songs that make the film and its definitely one of the main reasons why Lauren loves it so much. The main story line is around two sisters, Anna and Elsa, Elsa has magical powers where she can turn anything into ice. The set Elsa comes in a blue box which has a clear plastic panel to the front which has snowflakes dotted around it, the plastic panel allows you to see exactly what you are getting for your ...

ASDA Girls Jeggings 15/11/2014

Comfortable and fashionable

ASDA Girls Jeggings Now that the cold weather has arrived, I realised that I needed to top up my daughters winter wardrobe, one place that I like ot shop is George and recently, I purchased these. Price & availability The jeggings are available from age 4 up to the age of 13 and prices start at £5 for the smaller sizes up to £7 for the larger. I picked age 8 as Lauren is quite tall for her age and these cost me £6. They are available online and in store however they didnt have all the sizes instore so I got mine online. The jeggings What I like about the jeggings is that they are really soft to touch and they are quite stretchy too which means they have a bit of give in them. I have brought jeggings in the past which didn't have as much elasticity and Lauren used to moan that they hurt the back of her knees when she was playing. According to the label, the jeggings are made from 96% cotton and 4% elastine. They come with an elasticated waistband, I would have preferred an adjustable one, just simply for the fact that although Lauren is tall, hence why I have to buy a bigger size, she is quite slim which means they are a little big around the waist. They have a gold stitching to them so they look just like jeans and they even have two little pockets to the back. (I say pockets, they aren't very deep and probably wouldn't hold much, but then again, I am not sure what a 6 year old would need to put in her pocket) These are available in two different colours, black and navy blue, originally, I ...

Oral B Pro Expert Multi- Protection Mouthwash 11/11/2014

Protecting my mouth

George Glitter Toe Ballet Pumps 07/11/2014

Glittery Girl

Olbas Oil 02/11/2014

Olbas always delivers

Disney Frozen Elsa Soft Doll 30/10/2014

Soft Elsa

The Body Shop Strawberry Body Butter 30/10/2014

Sweet Strawberries

The Body Shop Strawberry Body Butter I don't tend to buy a lot from The Body Shop but one item I do like to buy on a regular basis is their body butters. A prefer strong and fruity fragrances so one of my favourites is the Strawberry fragrance. Price & availability The body butter is available in store and online, the recommended retail price for a 50ml pot is £5 and for a 200ml pot is £13, I class this as quite expensive for a body cream but the Body Shop always have loads of great online offers such 40% off or reduced the 200ml tubs to £5 so I always tend to stock up then. Also, if you buy online, there are normally some fantastic cash back offers available too (about 15%!) The butter The butter comes in a bright red screw top shallow pot. I love fruity fragrances and as soon as I open the lid, the lovely aroma of fresh juicy strawberries hits me, the fragrance is really realistic and not artificial like some other brands I have used in the past. The cream it a pale pink and has a nice thick consistently (just like butter). Applying is really easy as I find that the butter just glides over my skin, it absorbs really easily and I don't have to worry about letting it dry before I get dressed. The results are that my skin feels silky soft and hydrated all day long; I tend to suffer with particularly dry skin on my lower legs, but this really helps them, my legs still feel soft and hydrated at the end of the day. I find that the larger 200ml tub lasts me a good couple of months. The fragrance is long lasting ...

Serano S800BG11 Stand 28/10/2014

Our TV Stand

Hungry Jungle Kids Bear Snack Pack 27/10/2014

Cool Bag

Sylvanian Families - Deluxe TV Set 25/10/2014

TV Time

Sure for Women Sure Woman Natural Minerals Anti Perspirant Spray 24/10/2014

Sure smells good

Dove Intensive Nourishment Hand Cream 23/10/2014

Dove hands

Dove Intensive Nourishment Hand Cream When I was younger, I never really bothered with hand cream but as I have started to age a little, my hands have started to show signs of being neglected so hand cream has been something that I would say I have become a little obsessed with, so much so that I apply several times a day. Because of how many times I use it, I get through bottles at quite an alarming rate so whenever I see any with a decent price promotion, I always stock up. One brand however which I do like (for any types of cream) is Dove, so when I spotted this hand cream with 50% off, I had to snap some up. I had never tried the Intensive version before but as I have used the others and been very happy with the results, I was hoping I wasn't going to be disappointed. The cream The cream comes in a white, flip top lid bottle and it stands upside down (the lid it at the bottom) and to the front of the bottle is the Dove logo. The cream itself is a really nice consistency; not too thick that you cannot rub it in or too thin that it runs straight off my hands when I dispense it. Rubbing in was really easy too as I found it absorbed really quickly and did not leave that greasy and slippery feeling other creams I have used in the past have. It has a really nice aroma too, I could not pick out an exact note, but just that it is nice subtle floral (but not old fashioned smelling), the fragrance lasts for quite a few hours too. In my opinion, the cream has a really nice texture and feels quite expensive but best ...

Radox Shower Gel Berry Burst 21/10/2014

Berry Burst

Dr. Hauschka Lemon Lemongrass Body Moisturizer 19/10/2014

Dr Hauschka Help

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