Friday, 13 September 2013

Rituals haul

A few days ago I went looking for a birthday gift for my dad. Since he always likes to get skincare products or perfume or things like that I decided to give him a cute little set of products. I know how much he likes the Rituals Dragon Mud Volcanic Body Scrub, so it seemed kind of logical I'd go to the nearest Rituals and buy him a set with four products of that collection, including the scrub.

Now, going to Rituals is always a bit of a risk for me. If I could, I would just buy everything in the shop. I absolutely adore the smell of the products and also, their products work very good (important little detail). Another thing I like about Rituals might sound a bit weird… Maybe it's just me, but I really like the vibe in their shops. It makes me feel extremely relaxed and when I'm relaxed, I spend more money. I promised myself not to buy nothing else than my fathers gift and of course I broke my promise.

First of all I bought a new hand cream. I've used Rituals hand creams before and this is definitely my favourite one. It's the Ginko's Secret extra rich and caring hand balm. Of course I couldn't buy a hand balm without buying a foot balm (and I also couldn't resist the packaging). Rituals only has one foot balm: Lao Tze. It promises to be cooling on your feet, so that might come in handy when my toes feel itchy and burning this winter.
The foot and hand balm both cost €10.

Next thing I bought is the foaming shower gel from the Happy Buddha collection. I just have a thing for foaming shower gels and I've never tried anything from the Happy Buddha collection.
Rituals foaming shower gel costs €8.
I was just about to pay when I saw this cute little polish begging me to take it home. I couldn't get the colour very well on picture, but It's a very light minty green with a grey touch.
This nail polish costs €5.
And last but not least, I got this set with the Hammam Olive Secret ultra-hydrating shower paste and a scrub glove. I have never tried a shower paste or a scrub glove, so that's exiting. I can't wait to take a shower with these. The lady in the shop told me that you have to use the paste to prepare your skin for scrubbing and that the glove helps the scrub to work better. Let's see if that's true.
The shower paste costs €8,50 and the glove costs €3.

This is everything I got at Rituals, would you like to see a review of any of these products?

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  1. leuke aankopen! die happy buddy lijn is echt fijn

  2. Leuke aankoopjes!

    Keep on bloggin',

  3. Hmmm rituals ruikt altijd zo lekker!