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April 19, 2020

EPIC EMPTIES | Winter 2020 Edition

Epic Empties Winter 2020

These last few weeks have felt very surreal with the pandemic we are currently facing and this new reality we have had to quickly adjust to. It's been devastating, to say the least, and not knowing what the future holds can be unsettling and really have a toll on one's well-being. I decided to take some time away from my platforms to process it all, and it felt good to not pressure myself to put out content when I felt it personally best to take a step back. I am however happy to be back today and wanted to keep with the regular programming that can be expected each season on my virtual space here on the internet. I am sharing my latest epic empties installment (better late than never)! I hope you are all staying safe and healthy at home. Stay strong - we will get through this together!

Check out my video to see everything I managed to use up over the last few months!

Epic Empties Winter 2020

- Miscellaneous -

Epic Empties Winter 2020

- Body Care -

Florida Salt Scrubs Key Lime All Natural Salt Scrub
Legendary Apothecary Smooth Feet Artisan Foot Care* (featured)
Bath & Body Works Pocketbac Antibacterial Hand Gel in Floral Hawaii

Epic Empties Winter 2020

- Skincare -

Amie Skincare Bloom Gentle Facial Wipes* (review)
Niu Body Calm Lavender Toning Mist*
Double Happiness Refine Face Exfoliator*

Epic Empties Winter 2020

- Hair Care -



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12 comments

  1. Wow! What a great assortment of awesome products! I have been making taking supplements like crazy these days to try to keep my immune system strong. I have also been doing my best to keep my skin looking great and have used up lots of vitamin C serum. Thanks for sharing!

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  2. I took a break for a bit too but now I find it is my saving grace! Thanks for your product referrals, I'll have to check some of them out!

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  3. I havent tried any of these products, but they look amazing. I probably need to check this one out and learn more about this. Thank you!

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  4. The products look amazing. However, I am more of a completely homemade products user. Only moisturizer and sunscreen are the only commercial products I put on my skin.

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  5. What a different kind of post! I am an influencer and this has got to be by far the most unique way of showing your readers about the products you love!

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  6. Those are really beautiful products,I have dry skin and dry hair.i'd love to get such beautiful products.

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  7. What a great list! I really like Yves Rocher products I need to try that apple body lotion!

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  8. I have burned through a whole lot of products myself in the past couple of months. I think it's funny that for all the products I have, I don't have a single one of your choices. I will have to check them out. Thank you.

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  9. I don't really use a lot of products. I have super sensitive skin so most things irritate it lol

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  10. I love moisturizers and anything that smells good ; )
    nice 2020 edition!

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  11. Lovely products! Looking forward to try some if not all of them the soonest!

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  12. I have quite an assortment myself. I'll use this time at home to go through and use up things, too, instead of buying more. Thanks for the inspiration!

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