First off this range is uber simple for any wanna be beauty belle as each product is numbered in order of use. The principal steps of number 1 cleanse, number 2 exfoliate and number 3 moisterise. Simples :))
Jojoba and White Vanilla Foaming Bath Milk
Firstly I buy a bath milk which retails at £40 whereas this is only £4 so I was a little 'mmm' about it but it really foams up well and the bubbles last in the bath; I have a double bath and sometimes (more often than not) I really have to pour the bubble bath in for it to fill but with this I needed a tiny bit. It obviously does make the bath water a little cloudy because it's a milk bath but also really soft. I've used this every time I've bathed since I've purchased!
Jojoba and White Jasmine Moisterising Shower and Body Wash
This smells lovely! I've used it in the shower with one those puff ball things and it foams up fab! It's since gone in my gym bag for use after a workout because it foams up really well with the hard water in my gym showers and smells clean and fresh :))
Jojoba and White Vanilla Warming Salt Scrub
I've never tried a warming scrub before and was a bit unsure of what to expect but wow this is lovely! It really does warm up when you start working it into your skin. I'm an exfoliator nut (because I like to fake tan) and this one is up there. I used this prior to fake tanning and I had no problems with streaks or patches. I would suggest to use it on damp skin and then gradually add more water for maximum results.
Jojoba and White Vanilla Body Butter
This I think could well be a unisex product. It isn't overly feminine at all and again it has that clean base note smell to it. I've used it on my legs after shaving and you don't need a lot of product; especially after shaving I find my legs soak up moisture and my knees can look almost like sandpaper but this sinks straight in and my legs still felt all silky the next day. I can tell that this is a product that will last too because I only needed a small amount!
The above products which I've tried are all from the Bathing Rituals range which are products designed for the body. I think I will try the remaining three products; a hand cream, a body lotion and a shower mousse next time I pop into Asda.
I am always more hesitant to try products for the face but given how impressed I've been with the Bathing Rituals I do intend on trying their Beauty Rituals range as soon as I've emptied a few more lotions and potions I currently have on the go. The Beauty Rituals range consists of face and skin care products; they even have a Hot Cloth Polish Cleanser which I'm itching to try! It's priced at £5 for 150ml... could it be a rival for Liz Earle's?
If you have any questions before trying the range such as ingredients or anything check out their website; they have contact info on there and the team is super helpful!
Nspa is definitely my budget beauty find of the year so far!
Have you any budget beauty finds that you've been impressed with recently?