Jamie Oliver's Hot Chilli Pepper
This is soo good. Amazing on poached eggs, but is great for livening up any dish. It's just black peppercorns, smoked chillies, paprika and sea salt.
I've got a Julienne peeler, and whilst it's good, it's not amazing. With a kitchen somewhat lacking in storage space, I decided against the Hemsley + Hemsley spiralizer and went for this one instead. It's compact and easy to wash, and is really sturdy too. You use it like a pencil sharpner - one side does lovely thick, long noodles and the other makes ribboned veg. It came with a free e-book containing lots of recipes, which I thought was a really nice touch!
I was sent this roller by the guys at Puressential, and it's such a nice little ritual to apply to your skin after a particularly hard workout, or the day after once good old DOMS has set in!
It's 100% natural and contains 14 essential oils including... Eucalyptus, Wintergreen, Juniper, Marjoram, peppermint, nutmeg, rosemary and pine.
It's the nicest feeling pressing down and rolling on to your skin after a long day - even if you haven't been working out, it's like a mini massage!
It's particularly nice on your neck, thighs, back and feet.
Eat Pretty, Jolene Hart
Ok, so this isn't technically a June fave as I've had it since just after Christmas but it's been one of those books on my bedside table that I'll flick through once a week for a little pick me up or slice of nutrition advice.
The book is written by Jolene Hart, a health coach who has a really refreshing, motivating approach to eating well. She's a massive fan of seasonal eating, and the book is divided up into the four seasons. Each section includes nutritional info on foods typically available in that particular season, as well as recipes, inspirational advice and 'beauty intentions' for the months ahead.
Innocent are doing Coconut water!!
It's 100% coconut water, and it's on offer at the moment in most places because they're trying to promote it - stock up, kids.