Beauty Repurchases

I'm not going to lie, I'm a bit of a skincare junkie. I don't claim to know much about skincare but as I've got older I certainly take more care with my skincare routine and when I find products that work well for me, I tend to go back to them. These are 4 products which I am currently using and really enjoying!

-No.7 Beautiful Skin Hot Cloth Cleanser: I recently finished up my Superdrug hot cloth cleanser, which was a dead ringer for the Liz Earle version at a snip of the price. I was going to re-buy that, but had a voucher for Boots which ended up making this No.7 one even cheaper. It comes with the muslin cloth and smells really delicious as well as leaving my skin really soft.

-Botanics All Bright Hydrating Night Cream: This was a direct repurchase as I used up all my old one, and it's such an amazing night cream for the price (around £6) I knew I wanted to buy it again. It smells really lovely and is a great texture, and my skin looks great after using it each day. 

-Botanics Shine Away Mattifying Day Cream: The day cream I was using before was the Hydrating day version of the night cream but with the arrival of summer (yay!) I decided to try this mattifying one to prevent my face getting shiny halfway through the day. It is really working, too! I usually take my powder to touch up any areas of shine during the day, but since using this moisturiser I haven't needed to!

-B.Energised Eye Cream: I picked up this eye cream in Superdrug and it's actually more of a gel than a cream, but it is really light and hydrating on the eye area. I like this B. range from Superdrug as they've tailored the products to fit both your age and skin needs; Skin Phase 1 is for women in their 20's/30's and as my main concern is the prevention of wrinkles, this is ideal for me. I am almost 30 so whilst I wanted a product that would target crows feet and crepiness around the eyes, I didn't want anything too heavy, so this is perfect. It was a little more pricey at around £9 but I think it's worth paying a little extra for skincare as it really does create the base for your makeup, which in turn will make your whole face look great!

So, these are my current high street/drugstore skincare favourites, proof that you don't have to spend £100 on a pot of 'wonder cream' to look fantastic, these all work brilliantly for me and probably cost under £25 combined!

What are your favourite skincare products? Do you prefer high-end or high street?

XO Amie
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