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End results of watching @carolinehirons for merely 10minutes ... Brush is AMAZING! throwing the tangle teezer out.
Now as you can see I have a very frizzy hair. This is a day after an oil treatment (DIY for about 2hours) I always in war with knots no matter what. By the time I finish combing my hair the other side has knots in already. If there's anything which makes it easier even the slightest I am in love with it!
Empties & their replacements - few things that I used up recently and what am I going to replace it with, my quick reviews and first impressions
cleanser Vichy Pureté Thermale- a nice light foam cleanser, it was very gentle on the skin but on its own a little too light for me, worked nice as a second cleanse or on no-makeup days. Not really sure if I would go back to it, but for sensitive skin it's worth trying @vichypl@vichyuki Pixi + Caroline Hirons Double Cleanser- solid cleansing oils are my favs when it comes to makeup removal, not sure if this one lives up to @clinique one. The cream I wasn't sure about but I really really like it so far! Will tell you more as the time goes on @pixibeauty@carolinehirons night cream Nuxe Reve de Miel- very rich and very nutritious- I thought it's a bit too rich for my skin, maybe would be better used every other day...for very dry or mature skin I think it would be very nice @nuxe_uk@nuxe_polska Green Angel Seaweed Night Cream- a natural Irish brand. Initially I thought it makes my skin react to it- I went all red but next day everything seemed to go back to normal. It's much lighter on the skin and leaves it nice and soft. So far so good eye creams: Yes To Carrot normal to dry skin moisturising eye cream- very light, almost not noticable. Didn't make any miracles but didn't do any harm either (which I found a lot of eye creams can do). The tube lasted me for absolute ages kinda glad I used it up because I'm at the age I need something heavier @yestocarrots Ziaja Kozie Mleko it's a Polish brand's cream with goat's milk I bought it a while ago and I thought when I'm actually about to use it (as the other cream never wanted to finish) it may be to light for me, but it's actually really lovely- nice moisturizing consistency that absorbs easily and is not too heavy under the makeup @ziaja.polska@ziaja_international
Have you tried any of those? What are your thoughts?
| I've been trying not to open any new cleansers until I finish what I have but there was only so much I can do before my cleanser crack addiction took over me.
So here goes my first impression of these two newbies: @garnieruk Micellar Cleansing Gel Wash - smells odd, not a strong scent but a weird one. This surprisingly removed all of my mascara just as well as my oil or balm cleansers do! It didn't even sting my eyes!
In terms of makeup removal, does the trick
Simple and effective, no faff. Also, only £2.65 from @bootsuk! (Usually £3.99) @neutrogenauk Hydro Boost Cleanser - LOVE THIS! Makes my skin feel the same way it does after being cleansed with a thick balm.
Skin is clean, soft and nourished.
I've also missed having a little lather party on my face since switching to oil/balm
I highly recommend this one - second or morning cleanse for sure.
Again, only £5.32 on offer at @bootsuk right now (usually £7.99)
Excited to try more from this range now!
Has anyone tried these cleansers?