Recently, i was invited by the lovely people at The Body Shop in Meadowhall to attend one of their new and improved events for us Sheffield Bloggers based on recent feedback. I've never attended an event by The Body Shop before but i was really excited! I'd already been to the Sunday Roast taster event at The Riverside so i was already super full and super happy when i arrived.
Firstly, we mingled while everything was getting set up, i spoke to some amazing bloggers i already know and also some new faces. There were a few stations set up and we were able to drift between them while snacking on some great nibbles and i was even handed a glass of Bucks Fizz at one point so i was totally happy. The first station i went to was the foot massage. OH MY GOD, i love it when people touch my feet because i'm an absolute freak but this was great. I had a green tea antioxidant scrub followed by a lovely green tea moisturiser and a spritz of peppermint foot spray. I honestly could have stayed there all day.
I then ventured over to where they were trying out the new range of face masks and i was made to look like what Amy described as a 'Zombie'. She's so lovely! I tried out the Chinese Ginseng & Rice mask as well as the Himalayan Charcoal mask, walked around with a cold face for 10 minutes and once it was taken off i felt like a new person. Such smooth skin!
Next i made my way over to where the amazing smell was coming from and had a hand massage with the amazing Spa range using the Hawaiian Kukui cream and the Japanese Camellia cream. Oh these smell divine, i couldn't stop smelling my hands. Such rich think creams perfect for hands and body and the smell is supposed to last all day!
Lastly, i had a go at a smokey eye make up look, something which i am a complete failure at but i like to think i'm getting better. I was talked through applying the different shades and i definitely think i could do it again at home.
Our goody bag was filled with some samples of the new face mask range, watch out for a post about them coming soon!