These are a few of my favourite things: November favourites

I've really enjoyed a lot of products this month - some are old favourites  others have been newly purchased and used a lot.

REN Hydra Calm Global Protection Day Cream - i've been using this now for about 6 weeks and really like it. A little goes a long way, and it really seems to suit my dry skin at this time of year. Full review here.

REN F10 smooth and renew mask - I got this as part of a travel kit and fell in love. It smells wonderfully fruity, leaves my skin feeling refreshed but not tight and this travel sized tube has lasted me for four good face masks. I will definitely be buying the full sized product.

Aromatherapy Associates soothing instant calm serum - this was an (expensive) impulse purchase that I slightly regretted at the time, but after using it for the past 2 and a half months, I'm glad I bought it. It helps even out my skin and doesn't irritate it. I haven't seen miracles, so for the £42 price tag, I might try another serum next time and see if that has better results.

Percy and Reed volumising no oil oil - love this. It's keeping my hair in track throughout this horrible weather. Full review here.

Benefit Posie Tint - I've been using this as a blusher for the past few weeks and love the natural colour it gives my pale skin. Full review here.

Naked 2 palette - I bought this earlier in the month and have practically used it every day since. I love the range of colours and different looks I can get with the 12 shades.

So those are my favourites for this month. What have been yours?


  1. Is the Benefit Posie Tint a cream or a powder?
    Marina @ blissious.com

  2. It's a liquid that blends out to a soft stained finish :)

  3. I love the Ren f10 mask, it smells so good and does wonders to the skin. x

    1. It's lovely isn't it. I really love the smell!

  4. Haven't use Benefit yet. I think I have to.....been reading a lot of reviews.


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