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The Products I Am Using This Week

By Tokkiandoliver @tokkiandoliver
Today I shall commence with spring cleaning.  I'm ready! It's time to dust, clean, organize everything. Am I a nerd for being excited about this? lol.  That is my plan today.  Well I do have to some paperwork, but other than that, I will be a cleaning machine until my cold medicine kicks in and makes me drowsy :)
Ok! So what am I using this week?  Basically it's whatever I got new from last week, so this is a haul/"what I'm using this week" post.
The products I am using this week
My new items are:

* Aveda hair conditioner in Shampure

I love the way this product smells. It brings me euphoric pleasure, but it doesn't make my hair happy at all.  It's unfortunate that I ended up with a liter bottle, because my hair is quite dry and brittle after use.  Oh well, you live and learn....this won't be repurchased ever again.

* Aveda volumizing hair mist

Another Aveda product that smells amazing.  It's that fresh, herbal, botanic, earthy scent that Aveda just gets so right.  This helps slightly with volumizing my hair, but since my hair is so flat, it needs a bit more to make it plump up, so sadly, after I use this, I will not be repurchasing it either

* Clinique 7 day scrub cream

This lovely deluxe sample came free with a magazine.  It's one of those products that I enjoy, but never enough to buy the full retail bottle of.  It's a great daily exfoliater, but I tend to like creams that have a bit more exfoliating beads.  It's still lovely and a great product for those who want a daily scrub.  For now, I will stick to my Clarisonic.

* Elemis Soothing Apricot Toner mist spray

A gentle and lightly scented toner mist.  I was worried that this would be too sweet and powerful, but it isn't at all.  This is also my first Elemis product that I tried, and I'm very happy with it.  I'm eager to try more from this UK line.
What are you using this week?
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