I’m now back from my holiday in Ibiza and thought I’d share a few of the photos from the trip. If you want to see more, there’ll be a vlog up a week on Sunday over on my YouTube channel =) Despite the weather turning a bit wet towards the end of our week long stay, we both had a really good time, lots of much needed rest and relaxation. Here’s the piccys, I hope you enjoy!
If you saw my last video on my carry on bag you’ll know that I’m currently on holiday in Ibiza for the week. If you want to see what makeup I took, make sure you subscribe to my channel and stay tuned for Wednesday’s video. In the meantime, here are the toiletries I packed:
Firstly, actually, let me just mention the toiletries bag I picked up from Boots that’s holding everything. I believe this was £10-12 and I’ve been wanting a toiletries bag like this for ages, you know the kind that you can open out and hang up. This has 3 different compartments, 2 of which are attached with velcro so can be easily removed if needs be. Although the white fabric outer cover isn’t the most practical I really loved the design with the various different landmarks from around the world, very appropriate for travel.
The Shower Stuff:
I’m taking the Charles Worthington Volume & Bounce Shampoo and their Moisture Seal Conditioner, mainly because I already had these in travel size but I do really like them. My cleanser is, of course, the Sanctuary Hot Cloth Cleanser and I’ll be bringing a few muslin cloths/flannels to use with it. I have a mini of the Soap & Glory Sugar Crush Body wash which is my favourite, and I have a brand new Venus razor and Colgate Toothbrush for the trip.
The Skincare Stuff:
To quickly cleanse my face in the morning I’ve decanted some of my Garnier Micellar Water into a little Bioderma bottle I had laying around. I have the Talika Photo-Hydra moisturiser for day and my La Roche Posay Effaclar Duo for night. I also have minitures of the Soap & Glory Sugar Crush Body Buttercream and the Rituals Qi Gong Anti-Perspirant, and finally some cotton buds and cotton pads as they always come in useful.