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Friday, 20 July 2018

Beauty | Products worth repurchasing...



Over the years, I have tried and tested many beauty products. Some were amazing, some were okay-ish and there was also some absolute horrors (which clearly went straight in the bin). However, there are a few gems that I find now and again and it is those gems that I continually repurchase.

So which products am I never without?






This is perhaps the biggest bottle I have ever laid eyes on. Seriously it is huge. However size aside, it is actually one of the most refreshing toners I have ever had the pleasure of owning. As a general thing, I am a huge fan of Liz Earle products which leads me onto...

Liz Earle Cleanse & Polish Hot Cloth Cleanser:

The Cleanse & Polish Hot Cloth Cleanser is something of a cult product. Everything I hear about it is positive. And I have absolutely no complaints either. Simply apply to dry skin and rinse with a Muslin cloth.

MAC Bare Study Paint pot:

If you take a look into my eyeshadow drawer (yes I have a drawer for eyeshadows and palettes), I kid you not that 90% of them are neutrals. So it will come as no surprise I have a neutral product that is worth repurchasing. MAC paint pots are brilliant little gems and Bare Study is one that I use every single day that I wear makeup. It lasts forever! They're not the cheapest but I will say that per wear it works out pretty well.



Soap & Glory Hocus Focus Illuminator:

This product is just brilliant - I have no idea how many of these I have gone through. It is one of those products that I panic if I run out and can't locate it (It's happened a couple of times - help me if they ever discontinue it!). Like MAC Bare Study, I also use this every single day normally mixed into my base layer.

The Body Shop Vitamin E Cleanser:

I use this product when I'm feeling lazy in my skincare routine (which is more often than I care to admit). It cleanses and removes any traces of makeup. In addition, it is soothing, smells of baby lotion (one of my favourite scents) and is around £8.00 for 250ml.

Origins Ginzing Moisturiser:

This has to be the freshest smelling moisturiser ever. No seriously it is. Fresh and invigorating, this moisturiser is perfect for waking yourself up. In addition, it is extremely moisturising and a little certainly goes a long way.



Benefit Boi-ing Hydrating Concealer:

I have been using Boi-ing concealer for a number years. However, I think the Hydrating version is definitely my favourite by far. I find some concealers can drag your skin when you use them under your eyes, however this one does not do that. It also lasts a long time without the requirement for a top up.

The Body Shop Fresh Nude Foundation:

This product I cannot fault. I'm generally quite fussy when it comes to base products and in particular foundations. However, this is one that does the job perfectly. You can find my review here.

The Body Shop Hand Cleansing Gel:

Carrying hand gel has now become as essential as carrying a purse. Usually I flit between brands but I will say that I always come back to the ones from The Body Shop.

The Body Shop Banana Haircare range:

I am a banana fiend. Anything that smells of bananas is right up my street. So naturally, I love the banana haircare range from the Body Shop. I have used both the Shampoo and the Conditioner which are amazing. Next on my list to try is the Banana Hair Mask...

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