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December Favourites

December has been a funny old month, with both my boyfriend and I being poorly. Luckily, I only had a bad cold but he got the full blown flu! This meant I didn’t get to they gym hardly at all this month as he really needed looking after and I didn’t want to compromise my immune system. I don’t have lots of favourites this month for the above reasons but there are a few things I’ve been loving and wanted to share them with you!

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Mark Hill Styling Heat Protection Spray Available Here

I struggle with my hair on a daily basis. It’s just so damn frizzy! No matter what I do I always have to blowdry and straighten it to get it looking half way decent and if I don’t use a good heat protectant my hair turns into even more of a matted, frizzy mess! I’ve recently discovered Mark Hill heat protection spray and I love it! It smells really lovely, kind of reminds me of a professional salon scent and it not only protects my hair from all the heat it also adds a little bit of smoothness and hold which is a lovely added bonus!

Magnitone Lucid Cleansing Brush Available Here 

This month I resolved to try and take better care of my skin, I wanted to get a product that gave my skin a deep cleanse but without being too harsh on my sometimes sensitive skin. Although not cheap at £69.99 the Magnitone Lucid is on the cheaper end of the scale when it comes to cleansing brushes. It has two modes, one of which is a lot kinder on the skin which is the setting I’ve been using. It’s fully waterproof too so it’s great for use in the shower. I’ve noticed my skin feels smoother and brighter since I’ve started using this – although it is still slightly too harsh to use every day so I use mine on an every other day basis.

Evian Facial Spray Available Here

I’ve been using this facial spray after cleansing with my Magnitone Lucid to help calm any redness and sooth my skin. I find it really refreshing and I intend to add this to my gym bag for a post exercise pick me up when I get back to the gym this week.

Book Favourites

Get The GlowGet The Glow jam

Get The Glow: Madeline Shaw Available Here

I’ve been looking at purchasing Madeline’s book for a while now and I’m so glad I did. It’s packed full of delicious, nutritious meal ideas that are all natural and low in refined sugars. I’ve made the raspberry chia jam shown above and it’s heavenly!  The turkey meatball recipe is pretty amazing too!

Lost oceanLost ocean whale

Lost Ocean – An Inky Adventure & Colouring Book: Johanna Basford Available Here

In December colouring books have definitely been my thing. As an anxious person, I’ve discovered colouring books help me escape from my thoughts and offer me a way of relaxing. Lost ocean is one of the most beautiful colouring books I’ve come across – I spent 2 happy hours colouring the whale above and I find I can completely lose myself in what I’m doing. I also got Johanna’s enchanted forest book for Christmas so I’m looking forward to starting that!

Food Favourites

Propercorn

Propercorn Sweet & Salty Popcorn Available Here

As a reformed cheese and onion crisp addict I’m always on the lookout for something to satisfy that satisfying crunch you get from a packet of crisps. Propercorn has been a long time favourite of mine – I find the combination of sweet and salt so uniquely satisfying. They are low calorie too so they are the perfect treat!

This is what I’ve been loving in December, sorry there aren’t many fitness favourites this month but as I say, I’ve not actually managed to get to the gym!

What has been on your favourites list this month? I’d love to hear!

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