Monday 20 August 2018

A Much Loved Skincare Range💕

For months, I have been using the Superdrug Vitamin E Range religiously. I went on a mad online shopping spree and ordered numerous items that I had been wanting to try out, and they were on a buy one get the second half price deal. The range has been working wonders for my skin, however, my inner blogger enjoys trying out new products. I have read umpteen reviews about the Garnier skincare range which is infused with Rose Water, and whilst I saw them on deal in Superdrug, I snatched up a toner and cleanser.

Garnier Natural Rose Cleansing Milk || £3.49 (now £1.69) - Cleansers are something I never used for years in my skincare routine, and I still struggle to comprehend as to why. I've tried multiple different brands, all of which have varied drastically from each other - I've tried some which are thick, whilst others are extremely thin, on the watery side. This is quite a thin formula, but it's not overly watery - for a cleanser, it's probably on the correct balance. I love how smooth it leaves my skin feeling, and it looks clean and healthy too. After washing my face, I feel this is an extra step which I benefit from, and shouldn't have been skipping out for years! There's a floral scent, but nothing too overpowering or strong - it just smells clean and pleasant.

Garnier Natural Rose Water Toner || £3.49 (now £1.49) - I find toners vital for my oily skin, because it completes my cleansing routine, and closes my pores to prevent any further dirt entering my skin. Some I find work better than others - some feel like you've just swept a cotton pad with water on it all over your face, whilst others leave your skin feeling clean and tight (for those who use a good toner, you know what I mean). This one is definitely in my good books. I knew that rose water was beneficial for your skin, so I jumped onto trying this. I've found that I don't need to use a lot at all on a cotton pad, and my skin absorbs it pretty quickly too. It does have a floral scent, but it's not too harsh on my skin at all - and it's ideal for dry and sensitive skin too. I feel as though it really does tone my skin, and it works well with my skin too

I had high hopes for this range, and I can assure you, it didn't disappoint me. The toner and cleanser were the items I wanted to try most from the range, but whilst linking the products for this post, I see they do a moisturiser as well, so I'm tempted to complete the range. 

Have you tried these products?


Monday 13 August 2018

Lee Stafford Cactus Crush💕*

If you've been reading my blog for a while, then you'll know that I'm a massive fan of Lee Stafford. Their products never fail to disappoint me, both in terms of quality and scents, so any time an email lands in my inbox from their PR, I get rather excited. I was emailed about the new Lee Stafford Cactus range*, which I said yes to because the idea of cactus really intrigued me. And, to say the less, it hasn't let me down once again.

Lee Stafford Cactus Crush Shampoo* || £7.99 - I adore this shampoo, as does my hair. I don't need to use too much because it lathers so well, leaving me with a rich lather of bubbles. After using, my hair just feels a whole load fresher and super clean, even if it hasn't been washed in a few days. The scent is absolutely beautiful as well. It's quite hard to describe, but it smells fruity and fresh. I adore this, and used in conjunction with the rest of the range, it leaves my hair in lush condition.

Lee Stafford Cactus Crush Conditioner* || £7.99 - I won't deny it, but I can be lazy when it comes to washing hair. 2 in 1 shampoos are a life saver, but have you ever taken the time to use actual shampoo, followed by conditioner? Because, trust me, the difference is evidently clear. It has the same scent as the shampoo, and the two used together are like the dream team. I don't find I need to use a massive amount of conditioner, and when I wash it out, I don't miss any excess. It leaves my hair silky and shiny, and I can't begin to explain how smooth it leaves my hair.

 Lee Stafford Cactus Crush Mucho Moisture Mask* || £8.99 - Lee Stafford hair masks are, without a doubt, one of the best on the market, so I knew this wouldn't be a let down. I try to use the mask at least once a week to keep my hair in tip-top condition, and tend to leave it on for just over 5 minutes. It's a thicker formula than the conditioner, and if you're after a quick way to provide your hair with some hydration, this is the mask to use. Sometimes when I brush my hair after washing, it can be quite tuggy, however, I don't find it half as challenging to run a brush through my hair.

Lee Stafford Cactus Crush Dazzle Drops* || £8.49 - Hair oils aren't something I usually use in my hair because I'm afraid that it'll make it greasy, and I can never judge how much to use because I don't want to soak my hair in it either. I use between 4-5 pumps, and rub it through the ends of my hair, ensuring to avoid the roots of my hair and focusing on the ends instead. Typically, I blow-dry my hair, and when it finally dries, my hair feels super soft - sometimes after drying it can feel quite dry - but it's almost as if this saves my hair.

So, the cactus range hasn't disappointed. It's pink, smells good and the products are amazing, what else could you ask for?

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