March was a busy month for me both for my blog and my day job so it seems to have flown by and I’ve found myself well into April before finding the time to write about empties. Seems as though each month I have some really excellent products to tell you about and I do hope that you find these posts useful.
Caudalie Resveratrol Lift Firming Serum (Travel Size)
This little beauty came as part of the Caudalie Resveratrol[Lift] Eye Set which contains Resveratrol[Lift] Eye Lifting Balm (15ml) and a free Resveratrol[Lift] Firming Serum (10ml) and Resveratrol[Lift] Face Lifting Soft Cream (15ml) all for £36.
I enjoyed using the three products together and the eye balm and soft cream are still going. This empty Caudalie Resveratrol Lift Firming Serum was a joy to use and is designed to firm, redefine and re-plump skin. Caudalie never fails to please.
When I wrote about Egyptian Magic and all its many uses here I told you about it’s simplicity, purity and efficacy. I told you that it had a multitude of uses and ever since that day it’s sat on my bedside table and been used for anything and everything. Now I’ve filled that space with a tub of body cream but it’s really not quite the same. I’ve used Egyptin magic on dry and delicate skin and trusted it to heal as well as soften. I need to bring back the magic!
La Roche-Posay Effaclar BB Blur
I’ve lost count of how may times I’ve repurchased Effaclar BB Blur and featured it here in my empties posts. All that’s left to say is – if your skin is a match for either of the two shades this comes in – buy it! It’s that good.
It’s taken me quite a while to realise the benefits of regular use of lash serum. Now that I have I can say that this Nouveau Lashes Lash & Brow Conditioning Serum is one of the best I’ve found (my other favourite is below). It contains a blend of multi-vitamins and conditioning actives to condition lashes and brows. It also helps protect from everyday environmental pollutants and acts as a primer. It’s suitable for lash extensions and natural lashes and suitable for sensitive eyes.
Nu Colour Nutriol Eyelash Treatmenthttps://www.nuskin.com/content/nuskin/en_GB/products/product.97161801.html
So as I mentioned above – this is my other favourite product for longer, fuller lashes it’s the Nu Colour Nutriol Eyelash Treatment – a clear eyelash strengthening gel that conditions and protects against breakage. It features the unique key ingredient Tricalgoxyl to strengthen as well as maximise volume and thickness. It’s great used in partnership with the Nu Colour Curling Mascara for extended wear.
This Sand & Sky Brilliant Skin Purifying Pink Clay Mask is hands down the best all round purifying mask I’ve tried. It works so well and I love the included brush so much that I’ve kept it to use with other masks. It’s a great quality 4 in 1 treatment that detoxifies, brightens, tightens pores and boosts radiance and can protect against damage caused by pollution. It doesn’t contain any “nasties” and isn’t tested on animals.
And what better way to finish off the post that to talk to you about Touch In Sol Mission Complete Cleanser. It’s been a delight to use. I’ve used it at the cleansing balm (first cleanse) stage of my routine. Thing is it’s one step better than a balm because you can pump it out rather than having to soften the balm first. It’s also great for sensitive skin with gorgeous botanical extracts included. You can read more details here in my introduction to the Touch In Sol brand.
I’m looking forward to telling you more about the favourites I’ve used up at the end of April. Until then do tell me what your favourites are in the comments below.
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