I have 4 sons. My oldest is 11 and my youngest is 3. While I may not have any daughters I can dote on when I get a new MAC lip gloss or Zoya Nail Polish, my boys still very much enjoy reaping the benefits of all of my lotions, sugar scrubs, shower gels, soaps, shampoos and conditioners. Right now they are quite fascinated by my LiQWD bottles, however just the other week my son Brody (the 3 year old) used my Renee Rouleau Luxe Mint Cleansing Gel as shampoo and my LiQWD shampoo as handsoap. He liked the minty smell of Renee’s cleanser and told me it made him feel clean. I agreed, it does do that…on your face, not your hair.
We have a routine every night that before our “family time” (ie. watching movies together on Netflix with a snack), the kids get showers. I was cleaning the kitchen when I realized that they all seemed to be taking much longer than usual. Plus there seemed to be an awful lot of giggling going on. Upon the boys exiting the bathroom, I discovered that they simply were doing what mom sometimes takes for granted…enjoying using a variety of beauty products.
This was how I found the bottom of my tub (exactly–I didn’t move a thing):Â
What do we have here? Redken Time Reset, Pureology AntiFade Smoothing Shampoo & Conditioner, Lierac Paris Micro-abrasion, Artemis Woman Gem Therapy Body Polish, Organix TeaTree Mint Conditioner, Danielle & Company Aloe & Ivy shower gel, Renee Rouleau Luxe Mint Cleansing Gel, LiQWD Volumizing shampoo & conditioner, Peter Llamas Soy Hydrating shampoo & conditioner, ARROJO Gentle shampoo & conditioner, Wei East China Clay Herbal Purifying Masque, Dove soap and PCASkin Creamy Cleanser.
Despite how many products you see here…and yes I certainly do need that many shampoos and conditioners (can you relate?!)…this was only a small portion of what is in my shower.
How many products have you been known to keep in your shower at once? (And shower…not the bathroom entirely because that is a whole other story here!)