Products I've used up #9

Liz Earle Cleanse and Polish // Nivea Q10 Eye // No.7 Hot Cloth Cleanser // No.7 Protect and Perfect Night cream

This 'empties' post features a couple of familiar products that you might have seen me talking about if you are a regular reader. Namely, the No.7 Beautiful Skin hot cloth cleanser which I have included in an empties before. I had this smaller sized version in a gift set and, well, I got through it pretty quickly, as I really noticed a difference in how clean my skin felt when I was using it. I haven't repurchased yet as I had a Botanics one to use in the meantime, so I'll have to report back on how it fares!

I'm pretty sure I've also posted about the Liz Earle Cleanse & Polish before too; basically, this is the amped up version of the No.7 one, the original and best, really. The No.7 one is very good but in direct comparison I did prefer the Liz Earle; the scent and texture were both better in my opinion and though I did enjoy using the No.7 one, if I had to pick, it would be the Liz Earle. If your budget can't meet this, though, the No.7 is a great dupe, and at around £9, it's a lot more affordable.

Another product from No.7 which I really enjoyed using was this Protect & Perfect night cream. I really like this range, it isn't inexpensive by any stretch but it does really work. This left my skin smooth and hydrated; I prefer it to the day cream version which feels much greasier, on my skin anyway.

Something I probably won't re-buy is this Nivea Q10 Eye Cream. I liked it, but I wasn't overly impressed by it; I bought it on offer and I didn't feel it really lived up to its claim of minimising under eye circles, nor reducing wrinkle appearance, at least, not when compared to my favoured Botanics one which I mentioned here, and have since re-purchased. 

Finally, something for my hair; this Shine & Fragrance Mist by James Brown London. I wouldn't normally buy this sort of a product, a perfume for your hair, but I have a feeling this was really cheap in the clearance section of Boots so I picked it up to try. It was ok; sort of like a dry shampoo without the dry shampoo effect, meant really as a finishing spray but I just found it to be underwhelming; I wouldn't particularly buy it again and I wasn't all that fussed with the scent either!

XO Amie

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