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Speedy reviews on recent purchases #1

I thought I'd do something a little different today! I normally do individual product reviews but sometimes there isn't any need for an in-depth review and because of that, some products that I buy don't ever get written about despite the fact that they are great. I thought I would remedy that by doing speedy reviews and today am starting with Sachajuan Intensive Repair Conditioner and L'Occitane Dry Skin Foot Cream

Sachajuan is a brand I had never tried anything from before but I just fancied a change of conditioner and I liked the simple packaging and the fact that it is described as a repairing product. My hair is dry and damaged from years of colouring and heated tools use, so I am always drawn towards products that aim to repair. This was £22 for 250ml from Cult Beauty, so definitely not the cheapest conditioner out there and probably the most expensive conditioner I personally have bought (apart from masks). When I first used it, I was wary that it might weight my hair down because it is very creamy so I applied a little less than I normally would. The scent is very fresh, not quite a citrus scent, but clean and uplifting. I washed my hair, applied the conditioner, then left it for 2 minutes while I brushed my teeth and then rinsed it out and it rinsed quite easily without leaving any residue. I knew instantly that this conditioner was a hit for me because my hair didn't feel heavy at all and actually felt soft before I even applied any oil or leave in conditioner. With some other conditioners, my hair can feel quite brittle after washing so I was very pleased that wasn't the case with this product. I proceed to dry my hair and it felt very soft and nourished. This has happened every time I have used the conditioner, rather than being a one-off just because of a change in product, which can sometimes happen. Overall I would give this conditioner a big thumbs up and would wholeheartedly recommend it to anyone who struggles with damaged, dry, porous or frizzy hair. I would love to try more products from this brand.

Next up is a foot cream from L'Occitane. I have been really loving L'Occitane products recently and this is no exception. I know that L'Occitane isn't the cheapest brand out there, but the products are of a very high quality - they smell amazing and perform really well. Everything I have tried has been so moisturising, which is exactly what my skin needs. The product in question today is their Dry Skin Foot Cream, which is priced at €23 for 150ml. This cream smells amazing with a combination of shea butter and lavender oil. The shea butter is what makes it so moisturising and I literally only have use a hazelnut sized amount to do my feet and they are left feeling so, so soft, but not greasy. The lavender oil is a natural antiseptic and it also contains arnica to reduce irritation. This foot cream moisturises and protects the skin and gets a big thumbs up from me. L'Occitane can do no wrong in my eyes and I will definitely be trying more products from this brand.

Two speedy reviews done & more to come soon because I have a lot of products that I purchased recently that I want to share with you on the blog. 

Have you tried either of these products or other products from these brands? Any recommendations?

Thanks for reading!

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