Hello, hello! I realise that, yes, this is ANOTHER late favourites post but I am doing my best to catch up ASAP! I’ve been heavily reliant on my Instagram Stories archive to remind me which products I loved in what month! Without further ado, here are my September Favourites:
1. Periodic Table Reusable Travel Mug
I have a deep love for all things science and I am also trying to best to protect the environment (especially regarding the number of times I visit costa in a week!) so this mug was the PERFECT combination of both! I’ve been trying to remember to take it out with me as much as I can, especially as most coffee shops offer a discount for using your own cup! I bought mine from the Science Museum, but I think I’ve seen them in Waterstones and also online.
2. Urban Decay Stay Naked Concealer
I bought this concealer when I went to London with my friend Lily in the Debenhams on Oxford Street. It was quite a risky purchase as it was a bit expensive but I’m glad I went through with it. I’ve heard great things about this concealer and I actually really like it. It’s smooth and extremely lightweight, yet it offers quite full coverage. It’s a really nice formula – just a bit pricy!
3. The Body Shop Vanilla Pumpkin Seasonal Range
In late August/early September, The Body Shop re-released their highly anticipated Vanilla Pumpkin range once again! The range comprises of an iconic Body Butter, a small hand cream and a shower gel. I purchased one of each as it is one of my favourite Body Shop ranges. I used the shower gel super quickly as they can double up as a bubble bath and I take at least one bath every day! I use hand creams quite a lot as well and the body butter simply smells AMAZING and is super hydrating. Honestly, I recommend most Body Shop products, but if you’re a sucker for seasonal products then I’d go now and get in there quick before it all sells out!
4. Silvine Bullet Journal
For as long as I’ve had a bullet journal, I’ve always used the iconic Leuchtturm 1917 notebooks. I find them to be quite expensive though. I saw somebody recommending these new Silvine notebooks on Instagram and thought that I’d try it out! I was already quite familiar with the Silvine brand so I knew it’d be a trustworthy product. Additionally, it was a fraction of the price of the other notebooks – I managed to get one for £6 on Amazon Prime. I was impressed with it! The pages are good quality, however, it has slightly fewer pages than the Leuchtturm 1917. I think that I’ll be sticking to Silvine now!
5. iPad & Apple Pencil
Finally, in September, I traded in my old iPad Mini to get a new iPad and Apple Pencil! I think that it’s really cool and I think I might start taking some notes on my iPad using the Pencil!
I hope you enjoyed this favourites post! More posts to come soon!
Thanks for reading!