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Every month, I review my empty products. Some products are not worth thinking about once the month is over. Others are wonderful and seem like they’re made for me. Those are FabuFinds, and I generally devote a little more time to discussing them. They are items I have repurchased and will continue to repurchase even at full price if I could not find a good promo code.
To eventually spotlight all of my FabuFinds, I will never repeat items already mentioned in a past article. That does not mean they lost their magic. It is also possible an item not spotlighted in a past Empties article may get promoted as I try it more and fall deeper in love. Other times, it is because I had a lot of FabuFinds in a previous month and had to condense the article. There were two products I consider FabuFinds in my March Empties that I have not discussed yet.
The h2o+ Spa Sea Lotus Skin Smoother is as close to perfection as I’ve found in a body scrub so far. I love the smell of most h2o+ items. They smell like scents of the sea, but more fresh like Caribbean waters. This one is no different. It actually smells slightly better than the sea salt one I am using now that this is gone. That one smells incredible, too. Like most sea salt scrubs, it is more abrasive when you rub it on dry skin. Unlike others I’ve tried, it does not feel too rough on dry skin. On wet skin, it actually works nicely. The water breaks it down a bit to soften and smooth. If you run water on top of this, it does not completely disintegrate as some sea salts do. Unless you hold it under the water a long time, it exfoliates wonderfully well. There is oil in it that leaves my skin feeling soft. I do not even add a separate body cream on days I use this all over, and my skin still feels hydrated.
Sadly the Ulta Peppermint Cracked Heel Treatment is no longer sold. Had I known how much I would have liked this and that it was getting discontinued, I would have purchased more than one. I linked it from my purchase history in case they are nice enough to bring it back. This was meant to replace Egyptian Magic on my heels. It did not seem to penetrate as well into the deep skin in my heels, so I did not use it as a heel treatment as planned. Even though it is really thick, I loved it all over my feet. It penetrates faster than Egyptian Magic, so I used this to lock the Egyptian Magic into my heels and soften the areas of my feet that Egyptian Magic takes too long to penetrate into.
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