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Monday, 29 March 2021
Beauty Eggs have been a thing the last couple of years and although I wasn't in the best health position to be writing blog posts about them, I still investigated and saw that over the years some have evolved, more companies have got involved and overall I still believe this concept to be a brilliant alternative to Chocolate Easter Eggs. 

My Vitamins Beauty Easter Egg

Inside you get; Hair, Skin & Nails Gummies, 2 x Beauty Collagen Stick Packs (Orange & Strawberry Flavour), 2 x Beauty Hot Chocolate Stick Packs and 2 Beauty Bites.
I was very surprised to see a more "health conscience" egg. I wouldn't say there wasn't a market for something like this, but it's not what you think of for Easter. You mainly think of products like this after devouring so much over Easter. I like the idea but I do feel that it's something that can be gifted negatively towards someone and that puts me on the fence. Priced at £21.99 you can find it on the brand own website.

L'Occitane Cherry Blossom Beauty Easter Egg

Inside you get; 1 x Cherry Blossom Shower Gel (75ml), 1 x Cherry Blossom Body Lotion (35ml) and 1 x Cherry Blossom Hand Cream (10ml). 
L'Occitane is always the top contender for me, they were one of the first brands to do beauty eggs and it's always kept simple which I love. You know they will always include bathing / body products so no need for wastage if certain ingredients in skincare end up not agreeing with you. It's a brilliant price at £16.00 and you can find them on their own website as well with other retailers. 

Rituals The Ritual of Sakura Easter Gift Set

Inside you get; 1 x The Ritual of Sakura Shower Foam( 200ml), 1 x The Ritual of Sakura Hand Balm (70ml) and 1 x Fleurs de I'Himalaya Eau de Parfum (15ml).
Rituals are newer on the Beauty Egg scene and although the £32.50 price tag makes you go woah! it is very much worth the price. The contents are larger than other Beauty Egg and it's unusual include a perfume which will drive up the cost. Nonetheless, this is a gem of a beauty egg and I can see why It's already sold out on their own website. You can still find it in stock on Look Fantastic. 


Inside you get; Eve Lom Gel Balm Cleanser (100ml), Colour Wow Kale Infused Dream Cocktail (200ml), Elemis Pro-Collagen Marine Oil (15ml), Rodial Dragon's Blood Eye Cream (15ml), Diego Dalla Palma The Lipstick 46 and Kerastase Ciment Thermique (20ml).
This has an incredible £220.00 worth for a £65.00 price tag. This is definitely an indulgent Easter gift and I'd say one to treat yourself with than gifting to someone else. Firstly, because you deserve it and secondly can you be 100% confident the person you gift it to will use everything? Available on the brands website this is limited to one per customer.

Alternative Easter Gifting

Earlier this month I was contacted by Pure Essence Greetings Gifts For You, who sent me information about their Mother's Day gifting. But because Mother's Day was another in lockdown here in the UK, I felt I'd leave out Mother's Day and Father's Day gift guides this year as there are those who can't spend it with their families and are finding the situation difficult. However, they do have some really lovely religious Easter products I wanted to share with you. 
I think, more often than not, when people can't eat an Easter Egg you'd buy sweets instead and then for younger children you may buy something like a soft toy but keepsakes aren't always thought about. I've found over the years I hadn't included many products showing the religious aspect to Easter and when this company reached out, not only did I like the personalised service they offer, I liked seeing that religious aspect.

As always, thanks for reading...

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