Tuesday 23 May 2017

My favourite budget skincare

I've talked budget make up recently, and now it's all about skincare - these aren't necessarily under a fiver because as it happens, skincare isn't really that cheap. I don't mind though, because investing in good skincare will inevitably keep your skin healthy, and have your make up looking boss. If you are on a tight budget, though, here's some things that I think are spot on.

Garnier Moisture Bomb Gel-Cream* // This is like thick water - that's honestly the only way I can describe it. It feels amazing on the skin, though: soothing, refreshing, cooling. It smells fruity and is SO good at nourishing the skin. click here to buy

Argan Oil Night Repair Serum // You can get this in Poundland so yeah, you guessed it, it's a quid and this has been one of my favourite skincare products for years. It's so damn moisturising, smells good, isn't sticky, sinks in quick ... more on that HERE in one of my oldest and most popular posts!

Ziaja Olive Leaf Toning Spray // Facial sprays are such a good thing to have in your skincare routine, especially if you've always run out of cotton pads like me. The spray allows you to distribute product evenly across your face, and this one has vitamin C which is an added bonus - plus it feels SO refreshing and leaves my face feeling cool and soft. And it smells good. You can actually get this in Polish supermarkets in the U.K for the same price as you'd pay in Poland which is like, less than 2 quid. click here to buy

Garnier Honey Flower Gel Wash // I use this to take my make up off, and find that I don't even need a flannel/cloth - plus it's amazing for adding some extra moisture to my dry skin and it smells better than most things in my bathroom. I reviewed a few of these gel washes HERE if you're particularly interested! click here to buy

nspa Cleansing Oil* // I've had this for a while and it's one of my favourite things when it comes to getting all my make up off - it genuinely smells like a spa and it really works, too! Getting make up off is easy peasy and it feels nourishing too, without leaving a greasy film or anything. Plus you can get it in ASDA with your weekly shop which is what I really love about nspa products.

What are your favourite budget skincare products?

For my current skincare routine, CLICK HERE

1 comment:

  1. I've tried a few nspa haircare products and love them! Never thought about checking out their skincare! Gotta love budget beauty!

    Sarah :)
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