Monday, 24 July 2017

Becoming A Super Being | Being By Sanctuary Spa

Hey! 

Welcome to another blog post! The amazing people behing the amazing brand Being By Sanctuary Spa sent me a few goodies to try as I am a Being By Sanctuary Spa Ambassador due to believing in everything that they stand for and I thought that today I would talk to you guys all about them!

Being By Sanctuary Spa are the daughter brand of the well known brand Sanctuary Spa, Being is aimed at young people whereas Sanctuary Spa is known for being targeted towards to those that might be a bit stress and in need of a pamper. Being are all about promoting feminism via catering all of their beautiful products towards everyone no matter what gender, They also work with an amazing mental health charity called The Mix which I think is amazing. They are also completely against animal testing! All of Being By Sanctuary Spa is available within Boots stores.



Being By Sanctuary Spado five different scents. These are Chilli, Mango and Tonka Bean, Hibiscus and Coconut Water, Salted Caramel, Water Lotus and Pomelo, Cloudberry and Lychee Blossom, As there is scents that are sweet such as the Salted Caramel, ones that are fresh like the Water Lotus and Pomelo and ones that are fruity such as the Cloudberry and Lychee Blossom, this means that there is a scent for everyone.

The beautiful brand kindly sent me three products. These included a bubble bath, body butter and a hand cream which are all available at your local Boots.

The Hibiscus and Coconut Water Bubble Bath came in a massive bottle which means that you can luxurious baths whenever you want. The product created so many fluffy bubbles for a bath where all you need is some fluffly bubles, a nice drink and some music. The scent begins with a floral note from the Hibiscus but after a while you get the whiff of a fresher version of Coconut in the sense that its milder than the general Coconut scent that's found within cosmetic products. The scent filled the whole room up and I instantly felt like I was on the perfect beach in somewhere like The Caribbean.



Next up is the Body Butter which is the same scent as above. I loved it for that moment in the morning when I needed some moisture which this definitely did. It made my skin absolutely soft and again this scent lasted ages which I loved as I find that some products don't linger for long and then you don't smell as gorgeous as you did when you stepped out of the door. If you want a scent that is uplifting but also reminiscent of a Summer beach then you should definitely get the Hibiscus and Coconut Water range from Being By Sanctuary Spa which includes Bath Bombs, Body Mists, the products mentioned and much more.



Last but not least, the Chilli, Mango and Tonka Bean Hand Cream.

I don't know if you're like me but I always need a good hand cream because I'm a nail biter which I think is down to my anxiety but I'm not completey sure. This one soothes hands instantly and keeps them soft as a blanket. It's easy to get out of the tube as well which is great as sometimes very thick creams mean that you have to awkwardly squeeze as hard as you can sometimes to get it out of the tube (which reminds me of toothpaste a bit.) The scent is gorgeous even though I was a bit worried due to Chili having not much a scent but more of a tingling sensation when it's been included within cosmetic products whereas this actually gave the product a sort of spicy note which I adored. The Mango gave it a bit of fruitiness and the Tonka Bean which I thought was going to take over the Mango added to the Mango and gave the whole hand cream a rounded scent. I keep applying this a lot because I love it!



Have you tried any of the products from Being By Sanctuary Spa? Let me know down below! 

Thank you to the amazing people over at Being By Sanctuary Spawho sent me these gorgeous goodies. Please do check out their products at Boots!

I hope that you've enjoyed this beauty based post and I hope that you come back next time for another post!

Thanks for reading! 
Jamie x

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