Empties: Skincare and Haircare

 

I had been hoarding my empty products for a few months now (much to the delight of my boyfriend as they were cluttering up our bathroom!). My last empties post was actually way back in June (check it out here if you missed it) so I decided it was about time for another empties post.

This empties post is very skincare and namely Liz Earle skincare heavy… So let’s dive in! 

Liz Earle Cleanse & Polish Rose & Lavendar, Liz Earle Cleanse & Polish Orange Flower & Chamomile, Liz Earle Superskin Concentrate, Emma Hardie Moringa Balm Cleanser

If you are familiar with my blog then you will know the love affair I have with Liz Earle skincare and the incredible award winning Cleanse & Polish in particular. 

The two Cleanse & Polishes which I have emptied are both limited editions; Rose & Lavender and Orange Flower & Chamomile. They were both so lovely and beautifully indulgent to pamper my skin with. If you are interested in my reviews of these limited editions then check out my Summer Skincare Cleansing Routine and my August Favourites: Rose Skincare posts. 

I always have a Cleanse & Polish or two stored away so that I am never without! I would definitely repurchase these limited editions if they were released again. Brilliant.

Liz Earle – Superskin Concentrate for night

Up until recently this had been a saviour for my skin. Maybe my skin is breaking out and reacting badly as I had to wait a few weeks in between finishing this bottle and repurchasing another! 

This is a truly phenomenal facial oil which is to be used at night after cleansing and before your regular moisturiser. This is a beautiful light weight oil which is jammed packed full of organic botanicals which are great for your skin. Not only is this incredible at boosting your skins radiance and hydration levels but it is also incredible at reducing redness, calming spots and making any blemish scarring disappear! Have repurchased and love it. Check out my full review here.

Emma Hardie: Moringa Balm Cleanser

I have been using this cleanser sparingly for the past few months as I didn’t want it to end as I know I won’t be repurchasing this as in my opinion it is just not worth the hefty £36 price tag. I’ve enjoyed using it but it hasn’t wowed me. For my initial first impressions check out my Emma Hardie Moringa Balm Cleanser post here

Liz Earle Instant Boost Skin Tonic, Superdrug Brightening Micro Polish, Beauty Protector Hair Oil, Liz Earle Skin Repair Moisturiser, Liz Earle Daily Eye Repair, Liz Earle Superskin Moisturiser x 2, Origins Make A Difference Plus Rejuvenating Moisturiser

Liz Earle: Toner, Moisturiser and Eye Cream

As I may have mentioned before I am a massive fan of all Liz Earle skincare products – they have worked wonders on my usually dry skin.

The Instant Boost Skin Tonic is my go-to staple toner. This one is a small sample size as each time I order from the Liz Earle website they always include several generous sized samples of products which is great! I have already repurchased the full size of this toner. Love it.

The Skin Repair Moisturiser is my staple moisturiser, I use the dry/sensitive one which is just perfect for my skin – I use morning and night. Again, I have already repurchased another one as I cannot be without this wonderful cream!

I have been testing out a few eye creams recently and picked this Daily Eye Repair to try. This was a great eye cream, absorbed quickly and did brighten and refresh my under eye area. I, however, have not repurchased this as I’ve been using the Enchanted Eye Cream by Lush which I absolutely adore and it is a fraction of the price.

The two Superskin Moisturisers were both free samples which lasted a good two weeks each. I did really enjoy using these but I am really happy with the Skin Repair so didn’t feel the need to purchase the full size. The Superskin Moisturiser is great if you have super dry or have a more mature skin.

Superdrug: Brightening Micro Polish

I picked this up as it was on offer in Superdrug and I was looking to try a new face scrub. This was super cheap and was a very gentle micro polish. It did however irritate my very sensitive skin so I will not be repurchasing!

Beauty Protector: Hair Oil

This was included in one of my Birchbox subscription beauty boxes recently and I absolutely love it. If your interested in my full review then check it out here. I still have one sample tube of this left but once that is empty I will look to purchase the full size, love it.

Origins: Make A Difference Plus Rejuvenating Moisturiser

This was my first experience of using one of Origins moisturisers. It had a lovely peachy fruity scent and it did give my skin a good hydration boost. However it did irritate my sensitive skin and eyes – left my eyes streaming if it got too close so I won’t be repurchasing as I never get this type of reaction with Liz Earle products.

Have you tried any of these products? Let me know what you think. I love reading and replying to your comments. 

 

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8 responses to “Empties: Skincare and Haircare

  1. Some great empties here 🙂 Quite curious about the Emma Hardie cleanser, it has been on my wishlist for a while but I have never quite taken the plunge. I get a feeling you liked but didn’t love it?

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  2. Brill post Em, I’ve never personally tried the Liz Earle range yet I have a feeling I’m missing out big time!! Need to add a few of these to the spree list – I’m due a few skincare treats 😉 XXX

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