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[142] MFM - Jergens Naturals & Malin and Goetz




Hey lovelies.. I hope you are all well just want to take this time to apologise for the lack of posts lately, I have been unwell and then so busy that I haven't really had time to stop. It's so frustrating because I have lots of new products and general purchases that I am so desperate to share with you but you will have to be patient with me - I will get there slowly but surely. I hope you are all doing well? Can't believe it's Monday again and that it's October at the end of the week! Time is just going so fast.. where has this year even gone? Anyways enough of a ramble thought I would get back on my blogging flow with a quick mention of two things I am loving right now. By the way the picture above is what I'm eating whilst writing this post, far from MouldyFruit but it looked so pretty and colourful that a picture was required. 

Jergens Naturals Aloe Soothing Body Moisturiser


As some of you may know I am currently using the No!No! hair removal device and I have found the one disadvantage is that my skin is left feeling really dry. I think it's all from the process of the removal and then buffing away at the skin that has caused this. Jergens is a natural skin care brand available from most drugstores and is pretty inexpensive. I have been using the Aloe Soothing moisturiser and this has really been helping not only is it super hydrating, it is also very cooling and as the name suggests soothing. I find that my skin is getting quite itchy as well as dry with using the No!No! and using this afterwards has really helped calm it down. It also has eucalyptus and cucumber which help to revive and protect the skin. I have to say I love the fresh smell of aloe and cucumber together it's so uplifting. This has definitely been a go to product over the last few weeks as the cream itself is very light on the body but the results are great it leaves the skin feeling soft, smooth and most importantly in my case hydrated. 
Jergens Aloe Vera Soothing cream is £4.99 and available to buy HERE

Malin and Goetz Dark Rum Candle 


I am such a candle lover and whilst I usually love to burn Diptyque candles this scent by Malin and Goetz is enough to convert me for life. It is so unbelievably sexy! The smell is so divine and it burns beautifully and the smell just lingers. It is a sweet smelling candle yet there is something very dark about it. I think it's perfect for this time of the year when the days are getting a little colder. The top notes are bergamot and plum, the middle notes are rum and leather and the base notes are amber, patchouli and vanilla. It such a gorgeous blend and it seems to balance ever so well. The burn time is approximately 60 hours. This candle is a little bit of a splurge at £37 but so worth it - even if you just have a smell of it, it's enough to satisfy. 
It's available to buy HERE

These are two things that have been keeping me happy lately! There's a lot more especially in cosmetics and I will be sure to share as soon as possible. What have you been loving this week?! How have you all been? 

Happy Monday 

Lots of Love 


  1. I want that fruit salad! Yum!

  2. I'm glad that cream is working for you, and how is the NoNo working on the body?
    Zara I am thinking to get bangs like yours :) I was wondering how do you describe them? Are they tapered on the side a bit? maybe you could do a post on your hair :) btw I got the Guerlain kohl on your recommendation and it's really lovely!

  3. Malin and Goetz candles are divine! They recently brought new scents including Tobacco (smells like shisha... Mmmmm!) and Marijuana (I know!)

    I used to think £37 was a lot for a candle but you really do notice the difference between a luxury one and a cheap one.

  4. Ooh yummy!
    I just wanted to find out if that aloe cream is suitable for the face, because I'v also very recently started using the no!no! and have been looking all over the place for a good face cream without alcohol (since that stings like crazy =P) and with aloe but haven't succeeded yet.
    Thanks for all the updates on the no!no! too =] Really helped me a lot.


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