Stocking Fillers Haul | Mark’s and Spencer’s


Stocking fillers always make great gifts for people.

And M&S have a great collection on offer. From games to beauty products, there is a gift for anyone. I selected a couple of my favourite products that I think make good little Christmas presents.

I picked my top five stocking fillers as well as a little preview of my Beauty Advent Calendar.

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My first pick is these fluffy socks. Now we all know how cold it gets around Christmas time and there is nothing better than having warm little toes whilst you sit and watch all the Christmas Specials. In this set you get two pairs and they are also super soft so you can be sure they will be well received. RRP: £5


This little Westie mug was one of my favourite picks. Being able to drink your favourite drink out of a mug with a dog on it seems to make the whole drinking experience more worthwhile. RRP: £5

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Next on the list of stocking fillers is this Crabtree and Evelyn hand cream gift set. It includes two of their most popular scented hand creams and when you can get two that come in a cute little tin, you can’t go wrong. It is also alcohol and paraben free so no need to worry about harsh chemicals touching your skin. RRP:£10


Now when you have hand cream, you need to have nice smelling hand wash as well. This bottle from La Maison de Senteurs in the scent Mimosa smells so amazing that it makes you want to wash your hands over and over. Not only is it made in the UK but the products made by this company are not tested on animals, making it even easier to purchase (maybe a little too easy..) RRP: £10


My final stocking filler choice is a little more pricey. This is the Nails Inc, Gel One Coat nail polish in Brook Mews. Winter is the perfect time to test out dark colours in beauty, especially when it comes to nails and lips. One coat works with this product but if you want a deeper colour, two is all you need. RRP: £13

Now for the most exciting part…

This year, instead of eating a piece of chocolate a day and wishing it was bigger than just a bite, I opted for a Beauty Advent Calendar. After shopping around and seeing all the different kinds of beauty calendar’s on offer, I decided the M&S one was what I wanted. With it’s content being worth £250 it felt silly not to make the most of the deal they had on offer..
(If you buy £35 worth of stuff on M&S you get the calendar for £35!)

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I cannot wait for December to begin so I can open up each day and see what treats are on offer.
Watch this space..

Alice x

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