My Favourite Avon Products

Hey lovelies, sorry for my lack of blogging this week I have had my first week as a 3rd year and it’s been so hectic. I have been in Uni everyday and even went to the woods on Thursday making fire, toasting marshmallows and hammering leaves, what a crazy day. But yes this is the life of a Primary Education student ha! So my posts may not be as frequent over the next few weeks as I’m settling into 3rd year. But I want to say thank you to all your lovely people following me I can’t believe I have over 300 followers, wow I’m so grateful and I read all your lovely comments and I’ll definitely get around to checking out all of your blogs. So today I have a post for you all about my favourite products from Avon. I have posted about Avon before and seriously their products are lovely and are such good value for money. I have just received a new brochure with the Christmas gifts in and it’s got me all excited now. If you don’t shop with Avon I recommend you checking out their website avonshop.co.uk where you can buy products online or find your nearest avon representative who can bring a brochure straight to your front door.



Avon Naturals Juicy Watermelon Hand & Body Lotion £1 I bought this body lotion from the reduced brochure which you occasionally get with the avon brochure for £1. It smells so nice it’s sweet but such a lovely watermelon smell, even better than the smell of the avon watermelon products. It’s a thin body lotion but is great for everyday moisturising and it’s working perfectly keeping my skin moisturised in the transition of Summer to Autumn/Winter. I know I’ll need to use my thick body butters in Winter but this is great for now.

Advanced Techniques Daily Shine Dry Ends Serum £2.50 (normally £5.50) This serum is amazing for split ends. It’s so cheap too but the packaging looks really expensive. It’s a glass bottle with a pump which dispenses the perfect amount of product. I smooth this onto the ends of my hair after I have washed it then dry as normal. It doesn’t make my hair greasy but it significantly reduces frizz and dry ends. Such an amazing product which I always go back to.

Advanced Techniques 360 Nourishment Morrocan Argan Oil Leave-In Treatment £3.50 (normally £5.50) This is a new product which I saw a review of somewhere and knew I had to get it. It contains the highly raved about Argan oil and it looks similar to the dry ends serum (above) which is why I bought it. You apply it to the ends of your hair and it’s supposed to help split ends and make your hair softer. I have only used it once but again it’s packaging looks so expensive and my hair looks shiny and feels softer already. I’m going to keep going with this and I’ll let you know how good it is. But for £3.50 you have to try it, it’s so cheap compared to other Argan Oil products.

Avon Ideal Flawless Invisible Coverage Foundation in Golden £7 (normally 12) I have reviewed this before and it’s still an amazing foundation. I haven’t been using it as much due to my perioral dermatitis so I have stuck to using minerals but as soon as it’s cleared up I will be going back to this. It’s a medium coverage but is no way cakey and just as the name says your skin does seriously look flawless. It’s beautiful packaging again better than the Mac bottles as it glass and has a dispensing pump. They have a really wide range of shades too which is great and at such a good price I so recommend it.

Advanced Techniques Daily Mirror Shine Spray £2 (normally £5) I have tried almost every shine spray under the sun and I always come back to this one. I like it because it’s not an aerosol so you don’t choke yourself applying it lasts quite a long time too. I spray it on the mid-lengths and ends of my hair, so my roots don’t get greasy and it does have a mirror shine appearance. It’s quite hard to get the shine on blonde hair as brown hair reflects light better, but with this spray everyone always comments on my shiny hair. The bottle is also a good size and lasts around 6months.

Avon Naturals Coconut and Lemon Grass Linen Spray £4 I’ve had this spray a while so I’m not sure if they do the same scents but they always change them around. I spray this on my bed and curtains and it’s smells gorgeous. As you know I love the smell of coconut and this spray just refreshes your bedding and makes your whole room smell nice. You can also use it on clothes or cushions it’s so lovely. I’ve tried their other sprays too and they all smell yummy so definitely one to try. Avon usually have offers on like 4 for £5 too so you can stock up on lovely smells.


I hope I have convinced a few of you to try Avon. They have a really wide range of products and at amazing prices, I just think a lot of people haven’t heard enough about them before. Have you tried any Avon products before? Can you recommend any for me to try?


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