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Annie Bean Review: COWSHED

By Annamoss84 @missanniebean
As some of you may or may not be aware, I spend a lot of my time away from home in hotels.  I work away a lot so seeing a hotel room is no foreign image to me, but I often get a bit sick of using the mix of hotel toiletries.  My skin isn't used to it and it can often have the opposite effect on me.  What a right pain! Because of this I can't seem to pack light as I need products.  I know I'm not alone and a lot of people dont pack light when they're staying away, the thought of "what if I need this" or "What if this happens" crops up and I carry my Mary Poppins suitcase crammed full of products.   Annie Bean Review: COWSHED When my boyfriend &  I went to Liverpool I decided to pack as light as possible (that way I had more space for new items!) and instead of carting my many facial products I decided to opt for compact items.   Annie Bean Review: COWSHED I took with me COWSHED essential starter kit. This pack contains Gentle Lavender Cleanser, Refreshing Chamomile Toner, Hydrating Quinoa Moisturiser and Lippy Cow Lip Balm, as well as a 100% cotton cloth. The products smell absolutely divine which is a great start, not only that but my skin feels fresh, vibrant and super soft. The main ingredients are quite soft so this the effect they have on your skin.  I used it first thing in the morning and just before bed and honestly my skin felt beautiful.   Annie Bean Review: COWSHEDAnnie Bean Review: COWSHED I know this kit is quite possibly aimed to give you a little taster into what COWSHED products are like, but honestly it's an amazing way to cut down on your product carting when you are staying away.  I'd reccommend it especially for the summer holidays - if you're off on your jolly days or a little weekend... its ideal.  The best thing I found about COWSHED was that the products have no parabens, no petrochemicals, no sulphates, no artificial colours, & suitable for vegetarians. I have posted before how I'm personally trying to avoid any food and products full of chemicals... I don't want harsh chemicals to be in my body, why would I want them absorbed into my skin?
Annie Bean Review: COWSHED This great COWSHED skincare essential starter kit can be found on for £19.50.  It definetely is worth it, if you care about your skin and what you're putting on it.  I know you can get cheaper products but I don't about you but I tend to find if the product is cheap... it feels cheap and I don't seek the benefit of it.  Hand on heart I loved COWSHED products. 
Annie Bean Review: COWSHED
Annie Bean Review: COWSHED
In regards to packing for trips away, how do you cut down on products? Annie Bean Review: COWSHED xoxo

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