Thursday 31 August 2017

The Most Refreshing Range Ever♥*

You'd never have guessed that I adore Crabtree and Evelyn, would you? Every single product I've tried I have loved, and not once have I been let down by anything. Their quirky packaging, high quality products and delicious scents are sure to win over anyone. Of all of the products I've tried, their scents are vibrant and strong yet not too overpowering nor sickly, and for me, I find it important that if I use a body lotion, I can still smell it hours later without overpowering my perfume, and Crabtree seriously ace this.

Recently, Crabtree launched a new line, their Every Day Nature's Care, which has six available ranges which claim to have benefits for both your mind and well-being. The six ranges include Lavender and Espresso (helps to calm you), Rosewater and Pink Peppercorn (helps to hydrate), Citron and Coriander (helps to energise), Pomegranate and Argan Oil (helps to nourish), Pear and Pink Magnolia (helps to uplift) and Goatmilk and Oat (helps to soothe), so there is a collection for everyone and to suit everyone's needs. Each range also has a different colour scheme, which I believe Crabtree have tried to colour coordinate according to the products in the specific range. When I was contacted and asked what products I wished to review, I did struggle, but instantly I was attracted to their Citron and Coriander range, but also curious to their Rosewater and Pink Peppercorn range too.

As you can see, the colours on the packaging are bright, vivid and bold, and in my opinion are sure to catch anyone's eye. Also, I think that the colour schemes for each range are ever so appropriate - could you imagine the Citron range having a blue label as opposed to yellow? I certainly couldn't as the yellow compliments it. The packaging itself is typical of Crabtree - nothing too obscure and daring, which I like - and they have kept the label to a minimum, looking professional and also smart. The label has a simple font - none of this bizarre and wild fonts you get. All in all, I think they have created a line with such playful and energising packaging.

Citron and Coriander Body Lotion* - if I were to pick one word to describe the scent, it would be tangy. I absolutely adore it, and if there's any body lotion that screams Summer, it has got to be this one. It's refreshing and fruity, and when I first saw it was infused with coriander, I was seriously intrigued as to how it would work with citrus. It turns out that it's a match made in heaven, they blend together perfectly and produce a beautiful scent. The formula has been created to such a fantastic quality; it feels creamy and dreamy, without the dreaded sticky, greasy feeling that some body lotions can, and feels very lightweight. Less is more with regards to this body lotion, I only need two pumps for the bottom half of my legs. My skin absorbs this really quickly, so it's a case of moisturise, get dressed and you're ready to go - no waiting around. I have also noticed that when I'm wearing jeans, I'm actually able to smell the scent through the fabric, but no complaints there whatsoever - it's gorgeous. It included a blend of lemon, honey, coriander and shea butter to ensure that your skin feels as energised as can be.

Rosewater and Peppercorn Hand Recovery* - if you have followed my blog for majority of this year, you will have read posts where I am raving about Crabtree's hand creams (you can read them here and here), so when I saw a hand recovery, I was curious to say the least. I had purposely chosen a different range to the body lotion because I wanted to try out the scent in this range. I must admit, I really like the concept to this product; it's practically a hand scrub. I haven't had much experience in the past with a hand scrub, possibly not even any, so I was eager to try it out and see how it worked. On my first use, I only used a small amount, perhaps the size of a 20p coin, on my damp hands and the scrub seemed to work well by doing this. It didn't irritate nor feel too harsh on my hands, and after I rinse my hands, they instantly felt smoother. The next time I used it, my hands felt just as good as the first use. It's fair to say I'm blown away by it. I try to avoid over-scrubbing, so try to limit usage to only twice a week, followed by a hand balm. I know for a fact that this will be a life saver in the Winter, especially when my hands are dry and cracked. I highly recommend this for someone who suffers from dry hands, but if you have sensitive skin, I would avoid using incase it irritates your hands.

Crabtree have not disappointed me yet again. There's definitely a range suitable for everyone depending on their tastes. Personally, I love their Citron and Coriander range, and if you love anything refreshing, definitely invest into this range!

Have you tried anything from Crabtree?

*PR Samples

Monday 28 August 2017

Revisiting An Old Brand♥

Do you ever buy makeup from a specific brand and feel as though you have been transported back many years and feel nostalgic? That was exactly how I felt when I found myself browsing at the Miss Sporty stand in Superdrug the other week, and before I knew it, I was picking up products left, right and centre, intrigued to what they had to offer. There was a deal on, 3 products for £5, and I picked up their So Matte Perfect Stay Foundation, and I couldn't wait to see how well it worked - it had been a while since I last put a foundation to the test!

I went for the lightest shade (Ivory, 01) and I did notice that there was not many shades available (only 4!), and this could be a slight inconvenience if you have a darker skin tone. The packaging is nothing too exciting, it's a plastic bottle with pink writing, but it comes with a pump - shout out to you, Miss Sporty! In all honesty, I wasn't expecting anything overly fancy as it didn't cost me much at all. I have used this foundation numerous times now and the cap hasn't ended up covered in makeup either.

In all honesty, I didn't even know if this was a low/medium or medium/high coverage, I bought it on a whim! It turns out that it has a low, natural coverage that is easily buildable to deliver a higher coverage, without clogging your pores. It blends out effortlessly and if more layers are required, it doesn't appear to look cakey at all. The finish doesn't look dewy which is expected as it's a matte finish, and feels light on the skin - it doesn't feel as though you're wearing any foundation. I do find that I need extra concealer under my eyes and down the bridge of my nose for more coverage, but apart from that, the coverage is definitely to my liking - it gives extra coverage on any blemishes or imperfections, but freckles are still visible. It claims to last up to 14 hours, and although I've never worn it for that long, I will state that it lasts for a good 6 hours at least. It's enriched with vitamins A,C and E so it's good for the skin.

For £3.50, I have been pleasantly surprised by how good the foundation is. It's one of the most inexpensive foundation I own, and it's definitely taken me by surprise. After I finish it (and a good majority of my other foundations), I will be repurchasing!

Have you ever tried this foundation?

Thursday 24 August 2017

24K Gold For Your Skin♥*

Here we are in 2017 whilst some brands are ahead and are in 3017. Bio Essence have created a line whereby all of their products are enriched with 24K Gold. Yes, really. I couldn't quite believe it when I first read it, and when I was given the chance to try out the brand, I replied with a firm yes, to find out what's really going on. I receive their 24K Gold Miracle Finish* which I couldn't wait to get to work with.

The product comes packaged in a beautiful, shiny gold tube which looks rather expensive and luxurious. I find that the packaging is ever so appropriate for the product itself and flatters it too. The plastic feels quite thick and sturdy so would survive travelling. The lid attaches strongly too so there's no need to worry about the product being wasted. It comes with 30ml of product, which is roughly the average size for skincare products.

The miracle finisher is applied as a last step of your skincare routine to lock in all of the previous benefits, so I apply after my moisturiser. It acts in a way to protect the skin against harmful pollutants - so is basically a protective layer. It claims to provide you with a glowy finish, which I actually agree with because I think that my skin looks bright and healthy after using. When I discovered that it's meant to leave you with matte skin, I could have jumped up and down with happiness - beat that, oily skin! When applied at first, it has a weird formula; it isn't thick nor thin so has the perfect consistency, but it feels sort of greasy, and when I first discovered this, I began believing that it was a gimmick product. However, this isn't the case. I only require a small amount for my whole face, and my skin absorbs this really quickly, and although it feels greasy when first applied, my skin is left feeling silky smooth, and the greasiness disappears - that's because my skin drinks up all of the golden goodness!

I use this twice a day and I think it's a nice way to finish off a skincare routine. As I previously mentioned, it claims to leave matte skin. I can assure you that this claim is pretty much legit. This stuff is incredible to use before you do your makeup, seriously it's worth investing for just to do your makeup. My foundation applies so flawlessly and appears airbrushed, but I guess makeup can only look perfect if your skin is playing the game well (ie good skincare routine!) 

If you pick up one skincare product, make sure it's this item. It will up your makeup game, and who doesn't want to say that they use 24K gold on their skin? I just love how it leaves my skin feeling so good - smooth, and looks good too.

Do you use 24K Gold on your skin?

*PR Samples

Monday 21 August 2017

Blogging, Why I Must Thank You♥

My blogging journey has been an interesting one for sure. From starting out and sharing my blog with everyone to where I stand today has been nothing but remarkable, and I wouldn't change it at all. Travelling along the way, I have become more and more grateful for discovering the blogging world and community. When I started, my confidence was pretty low to say the least, and now, I'm like a complete different person. The moral of the story - I owe blogging a huge big thank you. There are numerous reasons why, and I'm sure there are many that my fellow bloggers can relate to.

1. Confidence - Linking back to the previous comment about blogging, my confidence has grown a lot. It's crazy but amazing to think that writing a few words on the internet can help, but it has. Whether you have a beauty, fashion, lifestyle or any other genre of blog, I am certain you will be able to relate. It has taken a long time to get where I am, and I'm happy; I'm confident within myself as well as my blog. Now, when I meet new people, I'm completely fine and confident in my surroundings, whereas before, it would have been my ideal of hell, definitely out of my comfort zone. Three and a half years of rambling on about makeup has truly helped me to grow.

2. Friendships - Who'd have thought blogging could form such a thing? I am privileged to be part of this wonderful blogging community, and I have met some of the most lovely bloggers ever, some of whom include KirstyHannah and Amie. I am so grateful to have created friendships within blogging because other bloggers just get me - any blogging issues or problems, they're there to help me out. I could be ranting to them about my studio lights and they would be able to relate, literally. Majority of the time, the blogging community is like one big happy family who all unite to help support each other. The best part? We all have one same common interest - blogging!

3. Opportunities - This can be quite a controversial area to discuss as many people believe some people are in the whole blogging scene purely for the PR samples (or as some people call it, "freebies"). For me, this is not what blogging is about. If an opportunity lands in my emails, I always get extremely excited about it. Of course, it has got to be relative to my blog (no, I won't promote your car parts, or sinks, or cat food *sighs*) and it's vital for me to research into the brand before accepting their offer. Each and every time I receive an opportunity is just as exciting as my first, and I am thankful for every single one. I have had the chance to work alongside well-known brands, some including Urban Decay, Lancome and Maybelline. Opening an email which is about an opportunity is like a child opening a present - full of secrets inside but sure to bring delight!

4. My Space - No, I'm not referring to the website that everyone seemed to be obsessed with back in the day, I'm referring to my own space on the internet; my little corner. I enjoy voicing my opinion with like-minded people, and it's a place where I can write as much as I want about whatever I want - it's my blog, therefore it's my rules. I can ramble on to my heart's content about my new lipstick, and how badly I want the new and latest makeup launch. Writing is something I have loved since a young age, and I feel blogging is just so appropriate to fulfill my hobby.

5. Hobby - Not only would I class blogging as a hobby, but also a passion. When I started up my blog on one rainy day in April 2014, I never imagined it to be as it stands on this very day, 3 and a half years later. My blog photos have been through their very own evolution, and dare I say it - glow up - of which I have developed an absolute love for photography; I have branched outwith blogging to pursue my love further. When I start up a hobby, I never get bored of it straight away, I give it my all, and I guess this is evident with my blog!

So, when you put your little heart and soul into something you love, then hard work and sheer determination pays off. I guess I must say one big, huge thank you to the world of blogging - so far, it has been a blast. The amount of things I have learnt is unbelievable, from how important witty blog titles are to how vital it is to get the perfect photo. And yes, blogging has made me realise that I own too much makeup and that anything rose gold, or marble, is sure to catch my eye!

Thursday 17 August 2017

For Those Mad For Beauty♥*

Who could ever reject beauty products that have cute packaging? Not me that's for sure. If it has pretty packaging or the packaging looks uber adorable and I know that it'll look fab in photos, I'm all for it. I feel that's why I fell in love with Mad Beauty, they have a wide selection of super cute lines, including Kellogg's, Disney and so much more. When I was contacted, I couldn't possibly have narrowed down the products so instead I was sent a mixture of items, and just look at them!

Mad Beauty Animask Face Mask* - At first, I didn't realise that it was in fact a sheet face mask, somehow I never, and when I took it out the packet, it was a sheet mask with a dog's face on it. Yes, a dog's face, resembling the one on the packaging. I'm not going to lie, I did feel a bit silly wearing a face mask with a dog's face, but putting that aside, it's actually a nice mask. It smells of coconuts due to being infused with coconut oil which is enriching for the skin. As it's a sheet mask, it doesn't have the same drying effect as an ordinary face mask, so I left it on for about 20 minutes before washing off. Whilst wearing it, I had to make sure to avoid laughing, smiling or talking or else the mask would slip around, so it's definitely a case of sitting relaxing, doing nothing (ahh, the perfect pamper evening, am I right?) After using, my skin looked and felt fantastic - smooth skin, appeared fresh and healthy. With the dog face image, it reminds me of the current Korean beauty trend, and I'm hoping that this is what the whole idea of this product is. Since trying, I have actually seen this mask in Topshop and Peacocks, so they're easy to access, and inexpensive too! As well as a dog version, there are alternatives of a panda and a tiger too.

Mad Beauty Animal Head Bands* - I reckon that this is probably the most useful of the three items - a head band. Maybe it was the trend but when I was younger, and I mean a lot younger, my house used to be full of head bands, and ever since, I'm yet to come across one in my house again. God knows why. So you could imagine the nostalgic feeling when I came across this, as well as my mind thinking of all of the endless possible uses for it. I like to use it for doing my makeup as it pushes my hair back, allowing me to blend my foundation right into my hairline without getting it in my actual hair. It would be useful for face masks too, or even just your skincare routine of cleansing etc. I just cannot believe how long I've went without using one. And it's cute, so win win. It's made with such a soft fabric (which won't ruin your hair!) and has many purposes. I love it. Much like the face mask above, it's available in a dog and panda version too!

 Disney NGU Hand Cream Trio* - Who could ever dis hand cream, especially when it's Disney theme? The set included three hand creams, all with quotes on the front from characters such as the Fairy Godmother, Mary Poppins and Alice in Wonderland. I adore the simple packaging with the pretty colours - I think the quotes make the hand creams stand out a little bit more as they're quite unique. Each have their own scent, including strawberries and cream, ginger pear and cherry, all of which are fruity but refreshing. I wouldn't say they're too sickly sweet either. They have got quite a thin, water formula to them, but this doesn't bother me in the slightest because I hate a hand cream that's far too thick. They do look cute sitting out on display, and I know for sure they would make such a great gift for a beauty and Disney lover!

Whether it's super cute gifts or an inexpensive treat for yourself that you're after, I highly suggest checking out Mad Beauty. Their supplies are adorable yet affordable so who can complain? I know for sure it'll be a website I will check out again in the future when after more cute beauty!

Have you ever tried anything from Mad Beauty?

*PR Samples

Monday 14 August 2017

My Brow's Best Friend♥

Lord behold I am extremely late onto the bandwagon here. Brow pomades have been on the surface for what seems like forever now, and I only just bought my first one last month. You may be wondering what took me so long, and in all honesty, I'm still trying to rack my brain for a reasonable answer too. Being a brow amateur (I don't think I'll ever become a professional, nuhh-uhh!) I was afraid incase I bought one that made my eyebrows look awful, or I didn't have the skill to actually work with the product. But then despite the odds one day, I caved it and bought one.

I happened to be walking up and down the makeup aisle in Superdrug when I was drawn towards the Collection stand (I guess it must have been fate). I don't own all that much from Collection so thought I would take a look (I hadn't had a makeup shop in a good while). I was drawn in by their new Instant Brow Pomade, and it's introductory price of £2.99 - who could resist? I went for their darkest shade of "dark brunette", and they had another two available options.

Inside contains a small little pot, which was actually smaller than I had expected, but I wasn't bothered either way. The size means that it's small enough to use whilst on the go as it won't take up too much room. It's clean yet simple packaging is minimalistic but definitely suits the product - I reckon that anything too fancy wouldn't go. 

The pomade claims to be waterproof and long lasting, and although I cannot prove if it's waterproof or not, I can assure you that it is long lasting. It's certainly buildable, which means you can create more simple brows, or dark, bold and heavily sculptured brows. I like my brows to be defined, but not too dark as I have found that it doesn't suit my face properly. I use a Real Techniques angled eyeliner brush, and I find that it works well with this product, and brushes on the strokes easily. Whenever I do my brows and brush them into place, I always have one patch on my right eyebrow that looks bald (I can promise you it certainly isn't bald) and this has no problem sorting this out. The shade matches my eyebrows really closely, I would say it's ever so slightly darker than my natural brows, so it doesn't look too light, dark or ashy in my brows. I do believe it may have the possibility of smudging, as I have discovered this whilst cleaning around my brows with a makeup sponge, but this is the only downside I have came across.

Here's a quick little shot of my brows after using the pomade. As you can see, they're not too dark for my face, but if you prefer darker, more emphasised and defined brows, it's possible with this product. (PS please excuse how uneven my brows look, I was needing them waxed haha).

Now that I look back, I cannot seem to comprehend why I never used to own a brow pomade. Typically, I use pencils or kits, but sometimes the pencils didn't do my brows justice, whilst the kits would leave my eyebrows "too full", so a pomade is just the right balance for me. After I finish this pomade, I definitely think I'll repurchase - it's full price is only £3.99, so why not?

Have you tried this brow pomade? Which ones are your favourite?

Thursday 10 August 2017

A Miracle Brand For Your Problem Areas♥*

I don't know about you, but I feel Summer is the most vital time of the year to give your footsies (aka feet) a little bit of TLC, especially if you're planning on wearing some sandals or heels. Alongside this, I always try my best to combat dry hands, and although I'm more prone to suffer this during the Winter months, I try my best to keep my hands hydrated with hand cream all year round. Dr Ceuticals got in touch with me, asking if I wished to sample any of their products. I was given the opportunity to select whichever products I wanted, and I opted for the Hand SOS Intensive Balm* and Foot Rescue SOS Cream*.

Dr Ceuticals create products which aim to work on your problem areas, including your stomach, arms, cellulite and bust. There are numerous products available for your problematic areas (click here to find a product for your concern). The products are not tested on animals as the brand are against animal testing, and are dermatologically tested too. 

Hand SOS Intensive Balm* - I have tried many hand creams, but never a hand balm; I was curious to see how things would go. On day one of trialing this out, I used a bit too much of the balm, and I found out quickly that it left your hands greasy, so less is more is the key here. Ever since, I have used a smaller amount and find it works much better - my skin is able to absorb it much faster, and doesn't leave a greasy residue. It claims to be deeply hydrating, and fast absorbing, which it definitely is. Right now, my hands aren't in too bad a condition, but I can still see an improvement - they feel soft, smooth and well hydrated. I do believe that this hand cream would be ideal for someone with extremely dry, dehydrated hands, and I think that a hand balm has proven to be more effective than a hand cream in terms of hydration and treatment. There is a slight scent to it but it's quite faint, once your skin has absorbed it, you don't really smell it anyway.

Foot Rescue SOS Cream* - Foot cream can be a hit and miss with some people; many love it whilst others loath it. Personally, I quite like it - as long as I don't use too much. This foot cream claims to get to work fast within 3 days to target areas of hard skin from the first application. Personally, I feel I can notice a difference after a few days use. For me, I only use foot cream in the evening because it gives it time to work wonders as I sleep. It's not a greasy formula at all, a small amount is all that is required and it has quite a strong but refreshing scent - it reminds me of peppermint. I have tried a fair few foot creams and I find that some of them can be a little bit "too gentle" - I feel that this one actually is more effective and intense, so a difference can be noticed. 

I believe that if you have a specific body/skin concern, Dr Ceuticals would have you covered as their product range is pretty vast. Although a few products may be a bit on the pricer side of some people's budget, they honestly are worth the money, they do work (from what I have tried so far anyways!) And the best thing? They're stocked in Boots so they're easy to access!

Have you ever tried Dr Ceuticals? 

*PR Samples

Monday 7 August 2017

The Best Of The Best: Drugstore Primers♥

I genuinely do not know how I managed to keep my foundation on my face before using a primer. A primer is applied before foundation in order to help prolong the length of time it stays on your face. There are a huge variety of primers which all offer different things, including some that create a dewy base whilst others fill in pores to create a flawless base. Having oily skin, my primer preference is one that helps fill in any visible pores and helps to keep shine at bay for a long length of time. In my opinion, a good primer means that your foundation applies evenly and looks airbrushed. From lotions to waters, and highend to drugstores, a huge variety of primers are available.

Primark Primer Water || £2 - You may remember me reviewing this product earlier this year (read here) but I had to feature it in my top drugstore primers. Unlike the next few primers, this one isn't a lotion formula, it's actually a water version. You may think that it doesn't help your foundation but trust me, it seriously does. It's magical. A simple few sprays on your face, allow it to dry into your skin and fire ahead with your base makeup. It's quite lightweight too, also not to mention it feels cooling and refreshing on your skin too. For the low price tag, I cannot recommend it enough - Primark's beauty range has stepped up so much lately!

Soap and Glory One Heck Of A Blot Primer || £10 - At one point, I remember seeing this primer everywhere, and it's damn right to be. It's an oily skin's best friend and enemy in one. It has quite a thick formula which helps to fill in any exposed pores, meaning that it will prevent any oily spots from showing through - it's 1 point to you, 0 to your oily skin! Although it is thick, by no means does it clog your pores. Using in conjunction with a pressed powder to set the foundation, my skin looks airbrushed and perfect, and I can last a good few hours before any oily patches appear and need to be topped up with any powder.

Nivea Post Shave Balm || £5.29 (now £2.63) - Rewind to Summer 2016 and everyone and their dog was raving about the post shave balm (even I was - read here). You may be thinking "But how can a man's shaving balm work as a primer?". It works as a primer because it contains the ingredient glycerol, and it's this which makes the balm feel "tacky" and "sticky" when applied to the skin, and allows the makeup to attach. It doesn't sound great, but trust me, it sure is. A small amount is all that's required, and it does have a masculine scent as it is a male product, but I have no objections (it smells very nice indeed!) After your foundation and base products are applied, the scent isn't noticeable at all.

Apart from the Soap and Glory primer, the other primers are all under £10, so if you ask me, they're a bargain buy. They all work well for my oily skin, but I think they would work with any other skin types too. All of the primers limit shininess for a good few hours at a time, and this is definitely what I need!

What are your favourite drugstore primers?

Thursday 3 August 2017

Uriage Eau Thermal Range♥*

In these so called Summer months, I personally like to have a lighter skincare routine because my skin isn't as dry or lack as much hydration as it does in the Winter months. As you know, I've been paying more attention to my skin lately and testing out new products to see what works best for my skin type (you should see the length of the "wish to try" list!) When Uriage contacted me about their eau thermal range, I was eager to try the products out. I initially knew that their main ingredient was water, and with it being Summer, what better a time than now to try the range? Of course my enthusiastic self couldn't say no as it was a new brand to myself, and I wanted to share such interesting products with you all.

The water used actually originates from the French Alps and is enriched with all the good stuff, including mineral salts. Due to the products being water based, it means that your skin will soak up the products much faster, and leave you with hydrated skin - all as a result of osmosis and science, pretty cool if you ask me.

Rich Water Cream* - The name of this product certainly isn't wrong - it is quite a rich moisturiser! Although it's a bit thicker than I initially thought, it doesn't feel heavy or greasy, and doesn't leave any residue on my face - in fact, my skin absorbs this moisturiser pretty quick. It claims to moisturise, nourish and brighten your skin, which I believe it achieves - it definitely hydrates my skin and it's left looking bright and glowy too. Personally, I use this moisturiser in the morning because I like to use a thicker formula to hydrate my skin for the day, but also eradicate any small dry patches to prevent them from becoming worse throughout the day. It is recommended for all skin types, but especially dry skin - I have oily skin as you will know but I have had no problems using this at all! It has quite a typical moisturiser scent, it's on the fruity side and I actually like it, and I have discovered that I don't need to use a lot of product either.

Thermal Water Serum* - Hmm, a serum. A product that I hadn't really tried before now and am still trying to get my head around if I'm honest. You can 100% tell that it's a water based product as not only is it quite thin (which I do not object) but it feels hydrating too, almost as if I were to mix water in with my moisturiser. It's supposed to again moisturise, regenerate and brighten the skin, all of which is does. My skin near enough drinks this serum like there's no tomorrow and my skin appears bright and healthy.  It leaves my skin feeling super soft, and doesn't feel greasy - it almost feels as though I hadn't even applied anything it absorbs it that quick! It's for dehydrated skin, and whilst I do not have this problem at all (in fact, I'd class my skin as over-hydrated due to being so oily, ew) I could imagine this would be a miracle to those who suffer from this skin problem. It is advised that you apply a cream/moisturiser afterwards, and I quite enjoying using this combination as it delivers hydration to my skin overnight, ready for the next day!

Thermal Water* - I was most intrigued to this product because it's something I don't really own. You may just be thinking "it's only water in a tin" but trust me, it's more than just that. See on a (rare) warm Summers day, this truly is a miracle in a tin. If you're on the warm side (or are absolutely sweating!) this stuff is a lifesaver for cooling you down. A quick spray and you're good to go. My skin instantly absorbs it, helping me to cool my body temperature down and regulate it again. I have used this on days where I have mascara on and it doesn't leave me with panda eyes as it doesn't smudge under my eyes or onto my eyelid. It sounds so simple really but the concept of it is beyond amazing. I could rave about this product for days, seriously. It's worth looking into for sure.

I have really been impressed by this Uriage range; it's just so ideal for Summer time due to being water based. Although I hadn't heard much about the range or brand previously, I do recommend them to you if you're looking for some new skincare products to test out!

Have you ever tried this range?

*PR Samples

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