Where I Order My Toiletries Online

Since gaining weight, I hate shopping in general. I hate how I feel when I go into clothes shops, and I generally just want to avoid shopping altogether. Unfortunately, this also means I avoid shopping for toiletries and make-up etc. This doesn’t stop me from buying them though (I 100% don’t smell I promise). There are a number of places online where I buy my toiletries, so I thought I’d write up a little post about my favourites places to shop online for make-up, shampoo, conditioner, moisturiser, perfume and more!


Superdrug is great is you’re looking for something you know you need. For example, if I run out of shampoo, Superdrug is my go to. You’ll usually find that it’s cheap, cheerful and (if you wanted) you can collect your order from a local store.


Chemist 4 U is also a great option if you’re after some toiletries. It’s also a great place to find a bargain if you’re looking to try new things! I ordered a new perfume (Vera Wang Lovestruck Floral Rush) and moisturiser (Elizabeth Arden 8 Hour Cream) from here recently, and I’m so impressed. The items I bought were up to half price off, so I snapped them as soon as possible. The cream was recommended to me by a friend who also has eczema, and the perfume is something I’ve seen before but never actually purchased! Chemist 4 U is also great if you’re busy and need to order your prescription online.


Boots is handy for me because I work so close by, I can order items online and pick them up on my lunch break if I need to. This saves so much time, and I can avoid unwanted purchases/shopping when I want to. Boots is great for cheaper make-up, so I definitely recommend the online site for stocking up on your favourite make-up items.


If you want to find some new and interesting products, I 100% recommend Beauty Bay. They have the newest additions from Korean Beauty (I love the cute little hand moisturisers) and they also have the latest eye shadow palettes for you to take a look at!

This is a collaborative post. 

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