Friction Free Shaving subscription – does it really work?

Friction Free Shaving subscription – does it really work?

I’ve recently seen numerous bloggers raving about the Friction Free Shaving subscription service, and so I decided to see whether it really is as great as everyone is saying.

As a very un-organised and forgetful person, my razor definitely isn’t something always on my mind. I’m pretty sure that I had my previous razor for around four months (and I wonder why I get shaving rashes?!).

So when I heard about this new subscription service where you get a new blade for every week, sent to your door, without you having to life a finger, I was all for it. Plus, it saves money as you are only getting new blades and not a new handle every time!

Not to mention the fact that the razor is a gorgeous rose gold/copper colour – you can’t say no.

It is only £5 a month for the three blade razor, and £8 for the five blade (both of which easily match most other razors) and with my code GWCA18 you can get a mega 30% off!

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Okay, so it’s innovative, original, hygienic and really pretty, but does it really work? I can confirm, that after trying and testing the razor, it is friction free. I have super sensitive skin and always have to soak my legs for ages and use a load of shaving cream before shaving and then coat them in layers of aloe vera after.

However, the Friction Free Shaving razor seems to do the trick. My legs are super soft and totally rash-free! I am 100% happy with the razor and think it is well worth it’s reasonable price!

So head over to the Friction Free Shaving website and check it out, it’ll be at your door in a couple of days! You’ll never have to worry about sore and bumpy skin again!

Let me know if you give the razor a go and again, feel free to get yourself 30% off with my code – GWCA18. Thanks for reading and if you enjoyed then make sure you give my blog a follow!

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Devon in pictures – Spring 2017

Devon in pictures – Spring 2017

I recently went away on holiday to Devon and while I was there I was sure to take plenty of scenic shots. I’ve managed to narrow them down to just a handful and I thought I’d share them on here. I find it really interesting looking at these kinds of posts – especially if it’s a place I’ve never been to. So, I hope you all enjoy and it gives you a little insight in to where I stayed and what I got up to!

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The first picture I took when we’d literally just parked up.

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We then went off exploring the little town of Shaldon for a couple of hours and had something to eat. (Excuse the state of my hair, I’d been up since 5am and had spend 5 hours in the car in my defence.)

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We stayed in a lovely little house called The Dolphins which was backed on to the water and was literally half over it.

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The view from the balcony at the back of the house.

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All of the houses were so pretty, I’d love to live in one of these over-looking the water.

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All round the backs of the houses were these tiny little roads and random short cuts on to the beach.

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We visited a couple of the pubs and cafes while we were there. This was at the London Inn and these were by far the fanciest bacon sarnies I have ever seen – they were amazing though! This place was literally a one minute walk from where we were staying and had such a lovely atmosphere, I would definitely recommend it.

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Another day of exploring.

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I took this shot from a little beach that was hidden away round the back of Shaldon. There was a little cave that you could go through that brought you out on to this secret little beach.

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An action shot of Beryl running from the sea.

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A very tumblr shot of me enjoying the view (totally natural of course).

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The other shot, so picturesque… Ft. the Aunt and Uncle

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Later in the week we caught the train in to Exeter. This isn’t like your train journey in to Birmingham, this was an amazing train journey. The train goes all along the coast and the views are gorgeous.

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The Exeter Cathedral ft. my Dad. The Cathedral was gorgeous and was surrounded my so many shops – such great place to go for a shopping spree!