Summer/Fall Empties: Part 1

Alright guys, I have so many empties from the last few months that I'm just going to go through really quickly. I'll honestly probably break this into two posts because there are so many. I always feel like instead of running out of products every now and then, I tend to run out of all of them at the same time. 

Since I live on campus, I have some products that I keep at home and I have some that I keep at the house on campus. Then my sister, who just recently went to a different college, sometimes has her products at home and then has some at her college as well. So we've just got about seventeen thousand different things that tend to just sit in our shower for years upon years. SO! I'll do some shower things this time and then beauty (isn) things next time? 



Sonoma Spa Bubble Bath: Because who doesn't love a cheap bubble bath. The only real thing about it is the fact that you have to use a lot of it to actually produce some bubbles. Obviously I'd buy it again, however I really want to try something else before settling for this!

Village Naturals Therapy: Aches & Pains Relief: I liked this, but I'm not really sure it helped my aches. I've got chronic shin splits that are only really 'cured' but a couple of things. This was definitely not one of them. However, they have a cold one that I would love to try since it has methane in it. It was really relaxing to have in my bath!

All About Feet - Foot Soap : I absolutely loved this, and really would like to try some of their other products. I have awful feet, thanks to years of running and dancing and playing sports, and this is one of the few foot scrubby things that actually tended to help!


Garnier Fructis Shampoo & Garnier Fructis Conditioner: My sister is a bittt of a diva (gotta love her) so she normally is the one who dictates what kind of shampoo and conditioner that we use at home. Somehow we always end up buying more of one or the other while we're at the store, and then we get put on a ban (thanks, dad!) until we use them out. Thus we run out of four shampoos and three conditioners all around the same time.

Herbal Essences Shampoo & Herbal Essences Conditioner:This is what we used to use before my sister discovered the Garnier Fructis shampoos and conditioners. Honestly, it doesn't really matter to me what we use (as long as it's hydrating - my hair sucks sometimes) at home since I hardly use it during the Fall months.


Japanese Cherry Blossom Body Wash: I'm a sucker for Bath and Body Works anything, especially their body washes. I usually get a lot of these for Christmas & my birthday, so I definitely never have to buy them myself. These last forever for me. 

Kiehl's Orange Flower & Lychee Liquid Body Cleanser: This is one of the samples that I received in a BirchBox not too long ago, and I absolutely loved it. Just this small of a size gave me so much product, I couldn't imagine how much a real size of this would give me. Though I'm not one to splurge too much on body washes, this is one I would buy again, hands down!

Neutrogena Oil-Free Acne Wash: I like this one a lot, but I'm not really too sure how it's been working for me lately. I feel like I've been breaking out more than normal so I think it may be time for me to look into buying some more expensive facial cleansers. I do love almost everything Neutrogena though 

St. Ives Blackhead Control Scrub - I love this stuff. I bought a small container to come with me to Italy this summer but ended up forgetting it at home. I used it all in a couple of days and immediately went down to buy some more of this (in the bigger size of course). It's not too harsh on my skin, which some people complain about when they buy scrubs, and I love the smell of it. 

Tresemme Fresh Start Dry Shampoo: I really liked this dry shampoo, in fact it used to be my go to dry shampoo. I went through about three bottles of this before I decided to branch out and find something else. I have extremely thin and fine hair so I can't really use a lot of thick products. Luckily for me, this was absolutely perfect. 

Crest Pro Health: I've got extremely sensitive teeth, so I need something specifically formulated for that most of the time. Crest is my normal go-to toothpaste...so yeah!

What have you used the most of in the past few months? 

Disclaimer: none of the above links are affiliate links. I went through with my own time and found them on the internet! I also bought everything above.

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