I haven't done an empties post for such a long time, so this is well overdue. I've had all of these products for a while now and they have finally come to an end this month, which I'm really sad about but I thought I'd let you know what I enjoyed about them and whether I will be repurchasing!
The Eucerin dermoPURIFYER cleanser is one I got my hands on about 6 months ago now and started using it daily about 4 months ago and it has lasted me right up until last week! It's a light, gel cleanser that is perfect for all skin types, including those with sensitive skin. I've used it every morning as a fresh start to the day for my skin and I'm pretty sure my skin has been thanking me for it because it's looking much brighter and healthier.
You only need to use a small amount to wash your face, which is why it has lasted so long and it really helps remove makeup and all the dirt from the day. The best thing about it is that it costs £6 which is amazing value for such a great quality skincare product. I'll be repurchasing and you can pick yours up here.
2. Maybelline Super Stay Better Skin Foundation
The Maybelline Super Stay Better Skin foundation is one of my favourite drugstore foundations and I was gutted when mine ran out and my local store didn't have my shade in stock.
This foundation really works to hide impurities whilst also not clogging up the skin too much so it doesn't contribute as much towards new blemishes! The finish is a lovely semi-matte with a hint of dewiness, giving a lovely fresh face and it has great staying power in comparison to most similar drugstore foundations. The Maybelline Super Stay Better Skin foundation is £8.99 from Superdrug and I've made a note to grab some more as soon as I can find my shade!
This is already my second purchase of Tough Stuff as it really is the best exfoliator for fake tan fans. The exfoliating beads really work hard to remove fake tan, even when it's being a stubborn bugger, and we have all experienced that! Not only that, but it is kind to the skin while doing so instead of tearing it to shreds.
Cocoa Brown is one of my favourite fake tan brands due to the ease of use, lovely scent and unique products. They were definitely one of my favourite discoveries of 2014 and I bet they keep getting better in 2015! Cocoa Brown's Tough Stuff is only £5.99 in Superdrug, so I'd be crazy not to repurchase!
Ah, my trusty MUA waterproof liquid eyeliner has come to an end. Its really served me well and I was sad when I realised I was nearing the end of the bottle! Plus my local Superdrug store no longer stocks MUA so I knew it was going to be a pain to get hold of again.
I liked the MUA liquid eyeliner because of the jet black colour and the precise brush, plus it only cost me £1! I think I would repurchase in the future, but I won't be just yet because I've fallen in love with another eyeliner!
5. Clean & Clear Deep Cleansing Lotion
This seems to be the only product that really works to keep my spots at bay. Who would have thought that, at the age of 26, I'd still have to be concentrating on preventing so many spots?!
I tend to use this after I have used my usual Eucerin cleanser or a face wash, as it really helps remove anything remaining on your face and pulls all the invisible dirt clogging your pores to the surface so you can get rid of that too. It's great for sensitive skin and I think the only drawback is that it can be a little drying for the skin but as long as I use a good toner and moisturiser afterwards, I've had no problems. The Clean & Clear deep cleansing lotion is currently £1.99 in Superdrug (usually £2.99).
6. Eslor firming collagen day cream
This is a sample pot I received in a Birchbox not so long ago. It's only a a 10ml pot, which is teeny tiny compared to the actual size product which is about 50ml I think.
I've used it every day for about a month and it's lasted quite well, since it's a relatively light cream and you don't need too much. The scent is quite natural and simple, there's no heavy perfumes which is great. I have noticed an improvement in my skin since beginning to use is and I've enjoyed my time with it, but my downside is the price; and that's the reason I won't be in a rush to repurchase. The standard 50ml pot of Eslor Firming Collagen Day Cream is £50 from Birchbox.
So there you go, that's my Feburary empties! What have you finished using this month?
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