|Summer. It's nearly here.|
Tuesday, 6 March 2012
Ok, so after doing reviews on all these products, I started using them again - because let's just say I wasn't too amazed by these items to say the least. These have actually become a part of my daily skincare routine, which is making my face so soft and relatively spot-free!
|Naked Skin Bare Faced Cheek Softening Face Wash £4.49 for 200ml*|
Originally, I did really like this product - as you will see in my post here. I really enjoyed using this product and have since been using it EVERYDAY. I just wanted to write this up to update you on how I feel about this product and what is does.
I use this every morning and sometimes at night to get rid of any greasiness or make-up that may be balancing on my face. I find this product has really, really improved my redness on my cheeks dramatically and therefore haven't used as much foundation on my face, resulting in better skin - WHO KNEW?
It's not too drying on the skin, and have only had a few breakouts (only one spot at a time) which have disappeared completely within 2 - 3 days. I would really recommend this to anyone with sensitive skin and perhaps people prone to breakouts and blemishes.
I'll definitely be repurchasing as my bottle is nearly out!
|Conditioning Cleansing Milk 200ml for £7*I wasn't really at all interested in this cleansing milk because I always prefer 'eye make-up remover' or 'make-up remover' products rather than 'milk' eww. But no, this has been quite a surprise..|
I have found that it's very conditioning and can make the face relatively greasy but paired with the right product, it can be fab-u-lous! I pair it with my 3-in-1 Daily Cleanser Spot Control by Neutrogena (which I've mentioned in a few of my videos) because it's quite drying in areas but really does eliminate spots, so this kind of counteracts the greasiness of the Cleansing Milk and works wonders. I wake up with such soft skin that looks effortlessly energised.. I wouldn't recommend this to anyone with oily skin - unless you pair it with a drying cleanser or toner. Check out my previous review here.