Product Review: A Massage Oil and a Cleansing Body Wash

I like a good massage. There is nothing better than having a full body massage. Trust me, it is the best feeling in the world, as long as you have it done with the right products and hands.

I try to take time off regularly to go for a good massage. With the nature of my work and my busy life, I see this regular treatments as a necessity not luxury. A good massage kind of puts my body back together.

This review post is all about an Aromotherapy Associates Restful and Tranquil Massage Oil and a Sanctuary Spa Cleansing Burst Body Wash.




Aromotherapy Associates Restful and Tranquil Massage Oil £42

Here is the product description by Aromotherapy Associates –

Indulge in a moment of relaxation with our Relax Body Oil which works to leave the skin looking and feeling silky smooth. Infused with Vetivert, Camomile and Ylang Ylang, this luxurious natural body oil is easily absorbed into the skin whilst also calming your body and mind to prepare you for a comforting and peaceful night sleep.


I have used this massage oil for months now, so here are my thoughts –


  1. I love the fragrance a lot. It smells amazing and reminds of a Spa.
  2. It feels so good on the skin. I love the texture of the oil.
  3. It leaves my skin feeling and looking smooth and radiant.
  4. It is great for mental health. It calms my body and mind. It is best to use just before sleep as it aids relaxation and guarantees a good night rest.
  5. It is quite affordable at £42 for a 100ml body.





  1. The packaging is a bit of issue. The pump on my bottle tends to fall off a lot so I have to be very careful with it.

Overall, I would recommend this Aromotherapy Associates Restful and Tranquil Massage Oil to anyone in need of a good massage and body oil. This oil is amazing, trust me.


Sanctuary Spa Cleansing Burst Body Wash £5.50

Here is the product description by Sanctuary Spa –

Sanctuary Body Wash is an aromatic body wash infused with essential oils and spices to gently cleanse and condition, whilst moisturising capsules of sesame oil and jojoba burst on the skin to help leave it feeling soft, silky smooth and subtly scented.

I have used this product for weeks now, here are my thoughts –


  1. It smells amazing. The lovely fragrance puts me in a good mood every time I use it.
  2. I love the packaging. It looks amazing in my bathroom cupboard.
  3. You only need a small amount, a little goes a long way.
  4. It leaves my skin looking and feeling silky smooth.
  5. It i so affordable at £5.50 for a 200ml bottle.
  6. It is completely free from polyethylene microbeads.






This Sanctuary Spa Cleansing Burst Body Wash is a must-have for everyone.

Have you tried any of these products? What are your thoughts?


*I got the massage oil from my local spa – The Mere Knutsford Cheshire, and the body wash was one of the goody bag products sent to me by Boots.



Product Review: skin Chemists Placenta Serum & Moisturiser

I had the opportunity to review the skin Chemists Placenta Serum and Moisturiser some weeks ago, and I grabbed the opportunity with both hands. I am a huge fan of the skin Chemists brand. I used the skin Chemists Coldtox Activ+ Professional Facial Treatment some months ago, and it did good wonders to my skin.  So I was very excited when these landed on my doorstep.




Placenta Moisturiser £145

Here is the product description –

This refined Placenta moisturiser is rich in active ingredients that help deeply regenerate the skin, is suitable for every skin type, but particularly dry and mature skins to fight against signs of aging. Placenta is a rich source of nutritional elements known for boosting skin cell reproduction and contains iron, which improves the oxygen absorption by the skin cells, as well as Vitamins B6 and E which repair the skin and forms antibodies. This moisturizer is ideal for rejuvenating tired and unhealthy skin cells on the face.


Placenta Serum £145

Here is the product description –

A hydrating Placenta Serum enriched with amino acids, antioxidants and minerals to help deeply regenerate the skin. Placenta is a rich source of nutritional elements encouraging skin cell reproduction, it further works to leave skin visibly regenerated and the complexion more radiant. All along with Glycerine, an excellent hydrating, nourishing and protecting active ingredient and Aloe Vera, this exquisite serum aims to revitalize and regenerate the first layers of the skin.




I have used the skin Chemists Placenta Serum and Moisturiser for weeks now. Here are my thoughts on both products –


  1. I love the packaging of both products. I like the fact that they come in a pump dispenser. So compact and easy to take away on holiday.
  2. The moisturiser smells AMAZING. I could sniff it all day.
  3. I love the texture of the moisturiser and serum. They feel amazing on the skin.
  4. They leave my skin feeling and looking silky smooth, and very radiant.
  5. They are suitable for every skin type, even sensitive skin.
  6. A little goes a long way. You only need to massage a small amount onto your face.





  1. I found both products made my skin feel a little dry, so I always massaged a small amount of face oil after applying these.




Overall, I recommend the skin Chemists Placenta Serum and Moisturiser to anyone in need of a skin glow. I think they are great skincare products. The work amazingly well and are worth every penny.

You can grab the Serum for £24.65 with the discount code STELLA1. This code is valid until December 16th 2016.

Have you tried any product in the skin Chemists range? What do you think of these products?


*PR samples.



My Custom Stickers



Being an online entrepreneur means there is a lot of self promotion going on. I mean it would be silly to set up a blog or any kind of business and not promote the hell out of it. I just published a post on how blogging can be a job, so have a read and share your thoughts on it.

I am not quite a professional when it comes to self promotion. I am better at promoting others but I have come to realise that for me to promote others successfully, I have to be able to promote myself first. And that is where these custom stickers come in.




I got these custom stickers sent to me some days ago and I am loving them. They have been keeping me very busy.

The lovely people at StickerApp got in touch and offered to send me some custom stickers, and I jumped at the offer. I have always wanted stickers with my blog design, so this opportunity was amazing collaboration.

For those who have never heard of StickerApp, it is printing company with more than 9 years in the business of printing custom stickers, so these guys know what they are doing when it comes to stickers in general.

I found the StickerApp website very navigate, I didn’t need special instructions or dummies guide to place my order. It was a smooth process, and I got my custom stickers within a week of placing my order, which was fab. I went for a glossy coated vinyl material (which is actually StickerApp’s bestselling material), 14.4x3cm, and 84 in quantity, which I believe is more than enough. The order was just under £35, so it is quite affordable.




As you can see, I have been playing around with my stickers already, sticking them everywhere and anywhere. I find decorating my notebooks very relaxing. Do you find it relaxing?

The notepad above is where I write all my blog secrets, so many of my blog ideas and freelance work is drafted in there. I got this notepad at the beginning of the year and it doesn’t leave my sight. I am sure I would have covered the entire cover with the StickerApp custom stickers by the end of the week.



I am looking forward to promoting my brand some more with these stickers. I will be sticking them on my possessions and carrying them around with me. Who knows what will happen.

You can grab your stickers on the StickerApp website (link in bio), with this 20% discount code – STYLEPOLICE, valid until 1st December 2016.

What do you think of my custom stickers? Are you a fan of stickers? Sound off in the comment section below.

Thanks for reading and commenting.


*This is a collaborative post.