Tag: affordable skincare
Kind Natured, an affordable natural brand (it is promised that the products are free of Sulphates, Parabens and Petrochemicals; and are 97% natural in general) brought out two new lines recently, and I was kindly sent some products to try out.
Two new ranges are:
- Shea & Macadamia – described as deeply nourishing and formulated for very dry skin.
- Coconut & Monoi – described as moisturising and formulated for normal and dry skin
Each line has three products so far: Foaming Sugar Scrub (£5.99), Body Lotion (£5.99) and a Hand Cream (£4.99).
So what are my thoughts?
First of all, I think it was a clever idea to bring out the scented products at this time of year when we all are a bit tired of the cold months and crave the sun. Both lines have that sweet exotic scent, and make me personally think of a summer holiday and cocktails on the beach, they are like a summer-in-a-bottle. Although the
My already very dry skin feels even more dry and tight after winter periods. This is why I love using oil infused beauty ranges in the shower to prevent it from drying out even more. Followed by moisturising and nourishing creams, of course.
Here are three products that I have been loving:
Before I start, I have to say that all three products have some things in common: subtle oriental’y scent which is really lovely and affordable price tag.
Garnier Oil Beauty Oil-Infused Nourishing Scrub (Review)
This scrub buffs away dead skin cells and at the same time nourishes the skin. I actually have all three products from this Garnier range (scrub, cream and body oil) and love them, and even converted some of my friends. Effective and not expensive.
Yves Rocher Oriental Shower Oil Review (review)
This gel turns into
I often get asked about the affordable skin and body care. Is it even possible to find great options without spending too much? Turns out it is!
So, what about my favourite [not expensive] face and body creams? They both are actually from the same brand – Garnier. In fact, I love tonnes of Garnier products, and will probably share about my other favourites pretty soon.
I am using the stock images since I have just used up Garnier Moisture Match Ultra Hydrating – Goodbye Dry (50ml £5.10) and used up Garnier Body Bodyrepair Anti-Dryness Restoring Moisturiser Extra Dry Skin (400ml £5.20) a long time ago. In fact, I’ve gone through two tubes of it, and need to get a new bottle.
The face cream smells