Review: The Ordinary Squalane Cleanser

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Where to purchase: From the Ordinary's website HERE Price: £5.50 / £13.90  Volume: 50ml / 150ml PH: 5.50-6.50 What is it?: A gentle cleanser that also removes makeup. Cleanses without leaving the skin tight and dehydrated. ''This formula is designed to be gentle enough for daily use, without over-drying the skin, making it suitable for … Continue reading Review: The Ordinary Squalane Cleanser

Cleansers for different skin types and needs: Video

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Hi all! In this video - I show you the cleansers I have in my arsenal and my philosophy on cleansing. I also film swatches of each cleanser as they are all different types - and highlight some of the key ingredients. Personally I look for gentle, non-stripping products so my face doesn't feel tight … Continue reading Cleansers for different skin types and needs: Video

Review: Krave Beauty Matcha Hemp Hydrating Cleanser

Where to purchase: I purchased from Ebay - but this is also available on Timeles-uk or on Amazon This is because Krave do not ship to the UK which is frustrating. Price: £24.99 (it's actually cheaper on the Krave website BUT because I have to purchase from a third-party, it's much more expensive). Volume: 120ml … Continue reading Review: Krave Beauty Matcha Hemp Hydrating Cleanser

Video: PR Unboxing and Swatches – Pixi Beauty Milky Skin Collection

Hi all! In this video, I show you a PR unboxing of Pixi Beauty's Milky Skin Collection products (excluding the mist). https://youtu.be/wvspNpz70GE I do think overall that this collection is more suited to dry skins compared to oily skins HOWEVER I wouldn't say that all oily skins would reject this. The products are a lot … Continue reading Video: PR Unboxing and Swatches – Pixi Beauty Milky Skin Collection

Review: Iunik Centella Bubble Cleansing Foam

Where to purchase: From Yesstyle LINK NOTE: I've actually put this on my skincare favourites post! HERE Price: £ 16.12 Volume: 150ml What is it?: A Foam cleanser which dispenses product as foam - this reduces the chance of skin barrier disruption and pulling moisture from the skin. Supposed to maintain the skin barrier and calm … Continue reading Review: Iunik Centella Bubble Cleansing Foam

Good Molecules: Unboxing and swatches

Hi all! I uploaded a video unboxing PR I was sent from the folks at Good Molecules. In this video I talk a bit about these products and Live swatch them! I like the textures of some and not others. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2fbCRpWqPHw Also, the addition of essential oils in the Cleansing balm is not my favourite. … Continue reading Good Molecules: Unboxing and swatches

Review: Neogen Cica Micellar Cleansing Oil

Where to purchase: From Yesstyle HERE Price: £26 Volume: 300ml (It's a big bottle) Made in: South Korea Good for: I would say more oily greasy skins and less drier skins as this may be stripping for very dry skins if you double cleanse especially. What is it?: A Deep clean cleansing oil - the … Continue reading Review: Neogen Cica Micellar Cleansing Oil

Review: Dear Klairs Deep Cleansing Oil

Where to purchase: From Yesstyle HERE Price: £19.78 Volume: 150ml Made in: South Korea Description: A cleansing oil 'rich in minerals and vitamins' Supposed to remove makeup and spf. Good for: all skin types (except - It's claimed that this product is even great for sensitive skin - Not too sure if you are sensitive … Continue reading Review: Dear Klairs Deep Cleansing Oil

Review: Pixi Vitamin-C Juice Cleanser

Where to purchase: From the Pixi website HERE Volume: 150ml Price: £18 Made in: South Korea Description: (Water-based cleanser) - A brightening antioxidant cleansing water (not to be confused with a micellar water) with no need to wash off. Contains Ferulic acid (antioxidant) and probiotics (fermented ingredient) to help preserve the skin (barrier). Vitamin C … Continue reading Review: Pixi Vitamin-C Juice Cleanser

My current skincare favourites

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Hello all, here are my current favourites as you asked for it! I will divide into categories. My skin type: Combo/oily (very acne prone and sensitive). Climate: UK weather (cold/windy in the winter and hot in the summer). Now - Onto the products! Favourite Powder Cleanser: Iope enzyme powder cleanser. I think this version is … Continue reading My current skincare favourites