November Empties


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Caitie’s recent November Used It post inspired me to do one of my own. It’s my very first, and it’s a little late, but here I go anyway.

Empty Bottles


From Left to Right:

Captain Blankenship Mantra Perfume Sample– I ran out of this dreamy sample almost immediately. After Jana heard about how much I liked this particular scent, she kindly offered to send me my own roll-on for free! My Christmas list just got a little shorter.

Wash the Day Away Calming Chamomile Facial Elixir– Since running out of this product, which I loved, I’ve been cleansing my face with another oil blend of Danielle’s.

Burt’s Bees Aloe & Witch Hazel Hand Sanitizer– While I did enjoy this product, I probably won’t purchase it again since the ingredients could be better. I’ll probably pick up a bottle of Dr. Bronner’s Lavender Hand Sanitizing Spray next.

Karen’s Botanicals Perfect Lotion-I tried to make this lotion last as long as I possibly could, and I think I did a pretty good job. Now that it’s gone, I’m pretty bummed out. I need the largest bottle available, and fast!

Dr. Bronner’s Tea Tree Castile Soap– Luckily, when I was home for Thanksgiving, my mom bought me a huge bottle of Dr. Bronner’s Almond Soap to replace my dwindling supply of the other.

All done! Depending on how many products I finish this month, maybe I’ll do another at the end of December. Let me know if you guys do a similar post so I can check it out. : )

P.S. Be sure to check back tomorrow for a lovely giveaway! Here’s a hint: I’ll be giving away a product pictured above.
by Dawn Grimes

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  • ooohh I love Burts Bees!

  • Anonymous

    The have some great products! Thanks for stopping by. 🙂

  • I’m so glad you did one of these too 🙂    I love Dr Bronner’s, but I’ve never tried the almond…how do you like the smell? 

  • Anonymous

    It’s really nice, actually! It smells a lot like cherries. 🙂

    Thanks for the post idea. It was fun!

  • Cherries?  Ooooh:)  I’ll have to give it a try next time!