Monday, 31 October 2011
Mild exfoliator – I used this after the facial wash. I only used a small amount as my skin is quite sensitive and I did not want to overdo it. However I had no need to worry, the granules in the exfoliator were so fine they glided over my skin and did not feel rough in any way. When I rinsed them off my skin positively felt rejuvenated, smooth and soft.
Rich moisturiser – I smoothed a small amount of the moisturiser on after using the cleanser and exfoliate. A little went a long way, the cream was light and non greasy and was absorbed quickly leaving my skin feeling moist but not shiny. An added bonus is that there is UV and UVA protection in the cream.
Bath shower gel – After I had washed off the salt brushing I had a long warm bath made soft, fragrant and bubbly with the bath shower gel. The gel made the water smell pleasantly with soft airy bubbles. Afterwards I used the gel as a shower wash using the pumpkin puff wash. The gel made a lovely soft rich lather with just a couple of pumps and washed me well without drying my skin.
Mineral Shampoo – I washed my hair and the shampoo smelt fresh and clean. I only needed one wash to leave my hair squeaky clean.
Magic serum – This is another miracle worker. I worked the serum into my hair as instructed, and left for a couple of minutes after combing it through. It rinsed out easily and I was able to comb it without any knots or tangles. The best bit was after I dried my hair, my hair felt like silk, soft shiny and smelt fresh. The following day my hair still looked like it was freshly washed and full of body. I am definitely going to be buying this product.
Smooth body lotion – After my bath and shower, I applied the body lotion as a finishing touch. My skin was already smooth and felt nourished after using the salt scrub and shower gel but after using this lotion it seemed to seal in all the moisture and cool my skin leaving it smooth and dry.
Fresh’n white – This toothpaste is a liquid type form. You use a couple of drops on your toothbrush and it makes a light, fresh, sort of foam, not heavy like toothpaste. It cleaned my teeth without feeling like I had a mouthful of paste. It can also be used as a breath freshening mouthwash. An excellent product.
Sunday, 30 October 2011
Saturday, 29 October 2011
Friday, 28 October 2011
Wednesday, 26 October 2011
Lily had fun playing in huge Wendy houses, milking pretend cows and running riot amongst the fields. We rode tractors and JCB's , Fed the goats and sheep. We even got to hold and feed the Guinea pigs which were all so cute. We had fun on the swings and huge slides in the outdoor play areas. There's huge sandpit areas too where the kids can play, build or create. Ryan had a great time. It almost looks like he's at the beach.
We had a fab lunch in their cafe and was amazed at the HUGE indoor play area we found inside. It was one of the best soft play area's I've seen and I've seen a fair few. There was loads of spaces to play, hide and explore. 3 great slides, A devils drop, a Bumpy slide with mats and an adventurous dropped slide that my Lily went down all by herself. I don't know what came over her, She was like "Mummy look at me" I think I was more scared than she was lol We must have spend over a good hour inside before I eventually managed to drag them out. After all we had Pumpkins too pick!
The Pumpkin field was huge and such a beautiful sight, I've never seen anything quite like it. After a good search of them all - Yes them all lol We eventually found Lily's & Ryan's special pumpkin, just for them. There was a hut where we could go carve them but we ran out of time so didn't quite get round to that - It's OK though because we brought them home to do here.
Lily's favourite part was all the free rides, bouncy castles and inflatable slide. They could go on as much as they liked because it was all free :D
The only things we had to pay for was Lily's Pony ride which was only £2 so well worth it and her go on the Ranging Bull - just a £1.
We truly had an amazing day. It's been great fun and I really can't wait to go back again. There's so much more we did that I haven't mentioned but I don't wanna keep you here all night.
One thing I would like to say is that if you live in the West Midlands then Hatton Country World is a must. You won't be disappointed - We wasn't!