Avene Thermal Spring Water Spray
I mentioned this face mist before (in my redness relief routine post a couple of months ago), so I’m not going to ramble about it for hours. It’s a great face mist and it really helps with my rosacea flare-ups. It’s also a staple product for anyone who wants to keep cool in the summer.
Hask Charcoal with Citrus Oil Purifying Conditioner
This beast of a conditioner is 355ml (12FL oz) and costs around €8, which I think is insanely good value. I picked it up because I’d seen it in one of Caroline Hirons’s empties videos and I have to say that I don’t regret it one bit. It doesn’t weigh down your hair and the citrus scent makes you feel amazingly fresh. This conditioner is free of sulfates, parabens, phthalates, gluten, drying alcohol and artificial colours.
Another great product for the summer.
Repurchase? Most likely.
NUXE Sun Delicious Fragrant Water
This scented eau de toilette was one of my May Favourites, so much so that it’s empty now. The best way to describe it would be to say that it’s a really sweet and soft summery smell. The NUXE website says it has notes of orange, musk, vanilla and coconut, which is way more precise than any description I could give. Love. It.
NUXE Anti-aging Nuxuriance Night Cream
I think I over-aged myself on this one. The NUXE Nuxuriance anti-aging night cream was way too rich and thick for my skin and it took me forever to finish it. I’m to blame for this purchase because I thought it wouldn’t be a problem, but apparently my skin isn’t ready for such richness yet. Mind you, it didn’t make me break out, but it just felt like wearing a mask of cream to go to bed.
On a more positive note, this night cream smells absolutely wonderful (like all NUXE products).
Rating: 3/5 (probably better suited for more mature skins)
Clinique All About Eyes
Clinique claims that this eye cream is lightweight and diminishes the appearance of eye puffs, fine lines and darkness. I’m a huge Clinique fangirl, but this product disappointed me a little. The only claim that it lives up to is the fact that it’s lightweight. As far as I’m concerned, I didn’t see any improvement in my fine lines, puffiness or darkness (and trust me, there’s a lot of room for improvement).
I bought a Polaar eye cream that I like much more than the Clinique one, but I’ll review it in another post.
Repurchase? It’s unlikely.
Have you tried any of these products before? Did you like them?