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02/06/2015: Empties!

I don't post empties often because I don't finish things up on a regular basis.  So I'm a little bit proud of my (tiny) collection of empties!  

I thought I'd try a different company after a year or so of Akamuti.  In general I'm impressed with the price and the product, but I'm marginally miffed that on the website the Manuka Honey water shows as being organic, but the bottles I've received don't say that they're organic anywhere.  (Compare the linked image to my bottle above). 
Repurchase?  Yep, have already done so but will be asking about the Organic issue next time!

Love this, never without and this is probably my fifth bottle since I discovered it a few years ago.  Yes it's made with alcohol, but it makes my hands feel clean and fresh so I'm happy with it.
Repurchase?  Um, yes.  Yes and yes again.

I bought this originally in the little sample packs you can get but only recently gave it a go.  It's a fresh almost citrusy oil/serum that is great in the evenings.  
Repurchase?  I have done and I've just bought a back up as they've reformulated and gotten rid of some of the essential oils that I loved it for!

I think this is actually the second cleanser sample I have used up from Bodhi and Birch.  It's part of the Rosa Rosa collection   It was a toss up between the two but of the three products I preferred the moisturiser and picked up a full size of that, especially since I find moisturisers the most difficult to get on with.
Repurchase?  I do like it and might pick it up again but at the moment I'm happy with Pai.  

I bought this alongside their heat protecting spray and this has been the first to bite the dust.  I'm a few squirts away from total empty, but very tempted to repurchase.  It's a light oil that doesn't make my hair greasy (if I remember to use it sparingly!), it's not expensive and it smells delicious.  (Coconut-ty but not too much so.)  It can also be used as a body oil so although I don't use it for that purpose, any leftovers just get rubbed onto my arms.  
Repurchase?  Probably.  I'm looking at Fushi and Freshness of the Morning at the moment but I think they're both a little pricier.   

I've just finished this bottle up and have really enjoyed having it in my bag.   I haven't used it for a salt texturizer as I just don't really understand what I'm supposed to do with it!  My hair is fairly wild if left untamed anyway, so I don't need any more texture!  As a body spray, however, it is luscious.  Really fresh and perky.  It reminds me very much of freshly cut hair smells from a salon, 
Repurchase?  I won my first bottle so technically it would have been a "purchase" but I wasn't going to.  However, I received another travel bottle in my ABW S/S sampler and have a good few months before I need to think about it again!

When it was announced that the limited editions were making a  comeback, I was most excited to see this in the line up.  I saw it first on Tammy's (Rainbow Feet) blog and really liked the look of the coral/orange tint; so when it arrived in stores I quickly ordered a sample from Content.  It's a really gorgeous peachy summer colour with a bit more pigment than the similar Shell Shock I own already.  However, I feel very comfortable in it.
Repurchase?  Yes, I've already picked up the full size! Expect to see a blog post soon.

I've had a couple of these little vials now, thanks to the lovely ladies (and gents?) at Content but this Black Cumin and Cajeput version is the one that I was most interested in to start with as it is aimed at spots.  As it's such a small amount I'm not sure I was able to discern any startling reduction in the blasted things, but I really enjoyed the scent and a little drop did go surprisingly far.  I have a few more to test out but I can see myself picking up a full size (only 5ml!!) at some point out of curiousity as to whether a longer course of the product shows more change.
Repurchase?  Not at such but I will try the few samples I still have.

And that's it!  Have you tried any of the above?


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