Estee Lauder Advanced Night Repair Intense Reset Concentrate Review

Estee Lauder Advanced Night Repair Serum is really popular with skincare lovers. It’s expensive but worth the results. I call it the perfect ‘all-rounder’ serum: hydrates, brightens, repairs, etc. I really love the serum so when they came out with the Intense Reset Concentrate I was very interested to testing it out.

The Intense Reset version is basically the grown up version of the original. It contains more hyaluronic acid as well as the original ingredients. You are to use this one once in a while to boost your skincare as needed whilst the original serum is used every night

What I think

I have been using this serum for months now. I have used it with the original serum, alone and with other serums. With the original serum I didn’t really notice a huge difference in my skin but I also didn’t need an additional boost. I actually prefer to use the serum without the original and with my Farmacy Honeymoon glow serum which is an aha/bha serum. Using it with the acid serum leaves my skin hydrated and glowing. My skin has never been more radiant and healthier!

I was lucky enough to get this as a free gift with purchase last year (or the year before lol). Its expensive for the amount you get. Between the original serum and this version: I would choose the original serum because you get more for your money. If you are a skincare lover and love things all Estee Lauder then I recommend both. I absolutely love this serum

Estee Advanced Night Repair Treatment Intense Reset Concentrate is £60 on Boots

Best Sunscreens for Dark Skin

Face SPF

La Roche Posay Shaka Fluid

A superb SPF.  Invisible on the skin with  semi matte finish. Works well under makeup

La Roche Posay Anthelios Age Correct SPF 50

A thicker SPF cream but 100% invisible on the skin. This one is a dewier finishand I can use it with or without moisturiser underneath.  This one pills sometimes depending on how much I use and what I use underneath so I’m still trying to find the perfect combo

Body SPF

Nivea Protect & Refresh SPF50

A lightweight spray that leaves 0 cast and no piling. I love this particular one because it has a cooling effect on the skin and a subtle sunscreen scent

SPF Top Up

For SPF top ups or on the go, there’s only 2 I’ve come across.

Kate Sommervile Uncomplicated SPF50 mist is amazing!

Amazing lemongrass scent and virtually invisible on the skin

For a cheaper alternative try the Fresh Mist from La Roche Posay

Finally for those that want an SPF and moisturiser combo I have 2 amazing options

Fenty Hydravizor SPF30 is super light and moisturising with a dewy finish that isnt too shiny. Your Good Skin SPF30 is a great drugstore alternative I have been using for years and highly recommended 👌🏾

Review Round up: Makeup

I have another batch of reviews for you! I will be talking about a few concealers I have been using over the last couple of years and some other makeup products.

Let’s start

I love concealers and over the years I have tried a few. Those tiny products are great for multitasking and can be used for highlighting, contouring, bronzing and concealing depending on the shade you get. You can even use it as a foundation if you get a good match and yes concealers can be used for contouring or bronzing( you don’t need a specific ‘contouring’ product to contour with).

MUA ProBase Full Coverage Concealers– these are described as full coverage but I found them quite sheer when blended. It does layer well and can be built to medium coverage at most without looking cakey. They are really cheap so I don’t mind but I think there are other cheap concealers that are much better. I have the shades 182 and 183 which are quite similar but I love the undertones of them.  * Gifted product

Makeup Revolution Fast base concealers– I really like this concealer. It is medium coverage and doesn’t feel heavy on the skin. It’s a twist-up pen with a sponge tip applicator so whilst it’s easy to apply, that sponge tip is not good for blending. I have the shade C13 which is always the concealer shade I get from this brand. I like this better than the MUA concealers. This gives more of a satin finish.

Sephora Bright Future Gel- Serum concealer- I fell in love with this concealer on a trip to NY a long time ago but I didn’t get it then because the shade I wanted was out of stock. A few years back my friends went to Canada and I asked them to pick this up for me but the shade is too dark so I don’t use it often. This concealer is medium coverage and easy to blend. I actually didn’t realise how dark this shade is, I will start using it as a base for cream bronzer/contour. This gives a radiant finish without overpowering.  I need to go to Sephora but since there isn’t one in the UK and the US site doesn’t ship to UK, I have to wait to go on holiday, find a Sephora and get a better shade. I have the shade Truffle

MAC Prolong wear concealer– this is a full coverage creamy concealer that feels slightly heavy on the skin. I love this, a little goes a long way with this concealer. The only reason why I don’t use it as much is that it’s in a pump bottle and I am used to using concealers with a doe-foot applicator. Application with the concealer is messier but the coverage is great. I have the shade NC50. This doesn’t give a matte finish but it’s not too dewy either.

Moving on from concealers, we have some complexion products

Iconic London Illuminator- so this illuminator is very popular and whilst I can see why the shade is wrong for my skin tone. I got this in an advent calendar a while back but I don’t use it at all. The shade is quite light so it can look ashy/slivery on me.  I have the shade ‘original’. I have tried using it with darker foundations but I do not like the undertone it gives them

GlamGlow Glow starter Moisturiser– this is actually a moisturiser but I don’t like shimmer in my skincare products. I mix it with another primer to give my makeup a radiant finish. I really like this. It smells great, moisturises my skin and leaves a light golden glow. It doesn’t pill when mixed with my primer and works well under foundation. I have the shade nude glow

Danessa Myricks Colour Fix– I’m obsessed with Danessa Myricks! She’s an amazing MUA I follow on Insta and she has these amazing products called ColorFix. This is a cream multitasking product that can be used anywhere on the face. I have used this as blush, lipstick and eye shadow. This is the matte version and you don’t really need to set it. Its transfer and waterproof and it’s also long-wearing. I really like this shade. She has a ton of other shades and different finishes. I have the shade coffee cake

That’s all the reviews for this batch of reviews! Make sure you check out some of these products, especially Danessa Myricks!

See you later

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Omorovicza Cleansing Foam Review

Omorovicza is a luxury brand with a lot of products under its belt. Their best selling Queen of Hungary Mist is what piqued my interest in them. luxury brand = higher price so when I saw this giftset ( for less than £40)featuring the mist and this cleanser I got it straight away! Today’s post will be a full review of the Omorovicza Cleansing Foam.

What the brand says

This delicately scented blue cleansing foam swiftly purifies and refreshes the skin, morning or evening. The sulphate-free formula removes all makeup and impurities without stripping skin of moisture.


I used the cleansing foam twice a day, in the morning and in the evening as my second cleanse. I did not experience any irritation from the cleanser and it has a mild pleasant scent.

The cleanser has a mousse-like texture that transforms into a delicate foam on the skin with the addition of water. I use a fair amount and add a bit of water to get the foam then massage it all over a dry face in the morning ( morning routine in the pic above).  This cleanser is effective, it leaves the skin clean without stripping it of its oils. My skin feels comfortable throughout the day. As a second cleanser in the evening, it’s able to remove traces of my balm cleanser with ease. My balm cleanser leaves a little bit of an oily residue on the skin.

As a foaming cleanser, you would think this would leave the skin dry but this cleanser doesn’t. it doesn’t produce a lot of foam, to be honest, I don’t mind a foaming cleanser. I know a lot of people stay away from them


This is a beautiful luxurious cleanser that feels so soft on the skin. I love that it’s not harsh and doesn’t strip the skin dry. Whilst I haven’t tried it against makeup, I have full confidence that it will great. I love the scent! It reminds me of an aromatherapy facial in a fancy spa.

This joins my luxurious cleanser list- I will work on my recommended list soon!

I will recommend.

Omorovicza Cleansing Foam is £18 for 30ml on LookFantastic

Other cleanser reviews

First Aid Beauty face cleanser

Murad AHA BHA cleanser

B creamy Foam

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Cosrx Aloe Soothing Sun Cream SPF50 Review


Hi everyone! I hope all is well. Today I have another K-beauty sunscreen review and it’s no other than the very popular Cosrx Aloe Soothing Sunscreen SPF50 PA+++.

What the brand says:

Aloe Arborescens Leaf Extract is the key ingredient of COSRX Aloe Soothing Sun Cream that soothes and moisturizes skin at the same time. The texture of COSRX Aloe Soothing Sun Cream is similar to a light moisturizer, unlike other sunblocks that leaves the skin dry and stripped. The hydrating sunscreen is absorbed into the skin fast without feeling greasy or leaving white cast. This sunblock can be worn all year long as it feels light during hot/humid summer and moisturizing in the dry season. Designed to be travel friendly, you can easily carry COSRX Aloe Soothing Sun Cream anywhere and layer on sun protection anytime.


Type of sunscreen: Combination- a mixture of chemical and physical filters

Chemical filters- Ethylhexyl Methoxycinnamate (UVB), Bis-Ethylhexyloxyphenol Methoxyphenyl Triazine (UVA, UVB), Phenylbenzimidazole Sulfonic Acid (UVB), Isoamyl P-Methoxycinnamate (UVA, UVB)

Physical filter- Titanium Dioxide (UVA, UVB)

This was a bittersweet experience for me. This sunscreen is so popular and affordable so I was looking forward to using it. This is a cream formula which feels light on the skin. It also has a pleasant scent, not the usual sunscreen scent.

What I liked about it- it doesn’t leave oily residue on the skin and doesn’t clog pores. It’s quite soothing thanks to the aloe in it.  If you have very oily skin, you could probably skip moisturiser and use this over serums and you would get enough hydration for the day. It spreads very easily. Other beneficial ingredients in this are Vitamin E, Aloe and glycerin

What I didn’t like- I found this pretty inconsistent. I use a lot of sunscreen: the recommended daily amount for face and neck (half of a teaspoon).   This is a picture of it freshly applied and massaged in. It looks totally ok right?

But lets take a closer look, most days this left a very slight cast when dried in patches, especially around my hairline or cheeks.

I also found that it doesn’t layer well. Even though I’m working from home, I like to reapply sunscreen because my skin is vulnerable to sun damage due to other ingredients I use(acids) and I have hyperpigmentation and my skin is prone to it. Another layer of this feels heavy and piles when dry, you can see piling around my jawline in the picture below.  Sometimes it settles into lines on my neck. It’s not the heaviest SPF I have used but it’s also not the lightest I have used.


I did not like using this sunscreen. For me, the cast was inconsistent from a distance it looks ok but come closer and its a different story lol.

After using this SPF, I have come to realise I prefer very watery/fluid and gel /mousse textured sunscreens. I also didn’t realise it had a physical filter before purchasing it. This probably explains the white cast. This is the amount of SPF I use daily over my face and neck and sometimes my chest area. You may think it is a lot but it actually isn’t. With sunscreen, less is not more, you need to use a good amount to get the FULL protection stated on the product

Will I recommend it?

This is very popular and it is for a reason but it didn’t just work for me. I think if you have very oily skin, you would like this because you can skip your moisturiser step. The cast comes with the amount you use, I use the standard half a teaspoon to get the full protection, there is no way I would use less and I won’t really recommend you use less either. When it comes to sunscreen less is not more and a little doesn’t go a long way!

I know this is an unpopular opinion about this sunscreen but this has been my experience.  I look totally busted in these pictures lol so you don’t have to be! I was really hoping to like this but it just didn’t work for me!

I won’t repurchase.

CosRx Aloe Soothing Suncream SF50 PA +++ is £13.67 on Yesstyle

The Inkey List Hyaluronic Acid Review

I’m slowing making my way through my small collection of The Inkey List products. I have now reviews on the Zinc Moisturiser and Vitamin C serum (here). Today I will be reviewing the Hyaluronic Acid Serum which I was using for about 2 months and have run out.

The Inkey List Hyaluronic Acid has 2% pure hyaluronic acid at different weights which means it can hydrate and penetrate different levels of the skin. Hyaluronic acid is known for its hydration properties and the ability to hold attract and hold moisture.


I added this serum mostly to my evening routine, using it after toner then spritzing with water. The serum is very lightweight and watery and sinks into the skin quickly. It doesn’t have any particular scent and I experienced no irritation.

The HA serum layers really well with other serums and I didn’t experience any pilling. I loved using in in the evenings with other water-based products like gel creams but I also tried it a few times in the morning. I really like this serum. It’s not sticky or tacky when it dries down. It leaves my skin plump and hydrated.


This is a really easy product to add to any routine. I recommend HA for all skin types in all seasons. It helps to hydrate and plump the skin adding to its overall health. This one is very watery and lightweight and doesn’t leave the skin sticky when dry.

I will recommend and will purchase soon.

The Inkey List Hyaluronic Acid is £5.99 at Boots

November Empties and Reviews

Revolution Hyaluronic fix setting spray– this promises to hydrate and plump the skin whilst setting makeup. This setting spray helps to melt powder into the skin and provides some hydration. I use this as a first mist after powdering. Won’t repurchase because it doesn’t provide long lasting hydration and it doesn’t provide a luminous/dewy finish. It’s ok for what it is but Revolution have a lot of fixing sprays to choose from. Lixir Skin AHA/PHA Night Serum– I have a full review of this here. Sunday Riley Blue Moon– I love SR but this was a let-down, find out my thoughts here.

Atlantis skincare glowing skin serum– I was gifted this following a masterclass event. This is a new brand to me and whilst I haven’t seen a lot of reviews on the brand I was curious to try it. The serum is has a gel-like texture and feels slightly hydrating on the skin. I had to stop using this after a couple of days because it broke me out. I used as a body serum and it was ok. Primark Face wipesx3. Inkey List Q10 serum- I love this! This lightweight serum is very hydrating and doesn’t pill with other products. Q10 is antioxidant which have amazing benefits for the skin. I am definitely picking up another one. BeautyPie Micro peeling drops- I will have a full review on this soon. Good Molecules Daily Brightening Serum- a full review will be up later this week. Peter Thomas Roth Cucumber Detox bouncy hydrating gel- I love this! This gel textured moisturiser feels so nice and soothing on the skin. It pairs very well with all serums and does pill. It hydrates the skin and leaves it softer and healthier looking and it’s also packed full of Vitamin A, C and E plus hyaluronic acid. I’m not sure why it’s called ‘detox’ but it’s a really good moisturiser. I used it as an evening moisturiser.

Burt’s Bees Chai lip balm- Burt’s bees lipbalm are quite good, I like that they don’t just stay on top of the lip but penetrate to soften and heal cracked lips. Too Faced Hangover Setting Spray– I have to admit, this setting spray is hyped but I think it’s just mediocre. It’s a nice setting spray, it melts powder into the skin and helps the skin to looker smoother but I really don’t think it’s worth the hype. Estee Lauder Micro Cleansing Foam- I have a full review here. Emma Hardie Moringa Renewal Treatment Mask- this mask is from an advent calendar last year. This is a lovely cream mask that leaves the skin looking more luminous and hydrated. I really love the texture and how my skin looks after its rinsing. Definitely, something I will try again.


Mitchum Stick roll on– I didn’t like this lemon scented version. It felt as if it wasn’t as effective as the unscented ones. Naissance Sweet Almond oil– I use these in my body butter and hair cream mixes. Sunny Isle Black Castor Oil– another oil I use for my hair/body mixes. Welda Skin Food– this is a very popular cream for dry skin and recently I have been suffering from such however I do not like the texture or scent of it. Its thick and I find it slightly difficult to spread. Texture my way shampoo– one of the best shampoos I have used in a while for natural hair. It softens, cleanses and hydrates the hair. I really feel like I do not have to condition after using this. It has a lot of slip which makes it great for finger detangling. Ahava hand cream. Ecostyler gel– I have started going through the other version of this again, I have rediscover the clear gel which I feel has a much better hold on the olive oil gel. Shea & coconut hair oil– I have had this forever and have struggled to get through it because I find it just sits on top of the hair. I mostly used it for pre poo treatments.  Soap & Glory shower gel– I go this very recently in a gift set. 3x vanilla essence oil– I use this in my body butter mixes.

Total- 28, grand total- 357/400

Final month of 2019! Let’s gooo

Clinique Moisture Surge Mist Review

I remember when Clinique launched their Moisture surge range: it made big promises and claims with some products selling out very quickly. Moisture Surge is a 12 product strong collection made with hyaluronic acid, activated aloe water and humectants for thirsty skin. I have tried 2 products from the range and this post will be a full review on the Moisture Surge Mist


The Moisture Surge Mist is for all skin types and promises to calm and soothe the skin whilst neutralizing free can be used under & over makeup and promises immediate hydration to the skin.


I used this as a toner in my AM & PM routines. Sometimes using it over an acid toner to add hydration but most times just using on its own after cleansing. Moisture surge sprays in a fine mist and doesn’t have a strong scent.

I fell in love with this product because it actually hydrates my skin and leaves it glowing & plump. The mist absorbs quickly and my skin feels good afterwards. its one of the best skincare mists I have used in a while. The hydration it delivers is long-lasting and when I use in the AM my skin doesn’t feel dry during the day. It also pairs well with other products.


There isn’t much I can say about this mist other than it delivers hydration and it’s a pleasure to use. I have normal to combo oily skin and I never had any issues with it. 100% would recommend and will repurchase!

Check this out in Boots for £24



September Empties and Reviews

My empties for September! This month went by so quickly, right? I managed to finish quite a few things so I am really happy about that. check out my thoughts and reviews below


I really love the EcoStyler Olive hair gel for slick buns. This is the 2nd tub I have finished this year and I have already repurchased. Nunaat Hydration plus Conditioner– I mainly used this conditioner for my wigs and it works well for the texture. I have also used it on my natural hair a few times, it was ok. Got2b blasting freeze spray– we all know the deal with this. I used it for my wigs but mostly as a holding spray when I curl them too. ORS Monoi Oil Conditioner– full review here.  Tsaka Black Magic Hair Mask (gifted)– this mask was not impressive. It has a loose runny consistency and it provides enough slip for detangling. I feel like it doesn’t do much, it does condition my hair but my hair has felt better before


Shea Moisture African Black Soap Mud Mask– this was great but it’s not impressive. It’s a nice mask but I have definitely used better. BodyShop Strawberry Smoothing face mist– these BodyShop face mists were released sometime last year and promises to leave the skin smoother and velvet to touch. It is makeup friendly. I have been using this as a mist over my makeup or to dampen my makeup sponges. I really like the Strawberry mist. It smells lovely and leaves my skin looking healthier and glowing. The mist is suitable for powder and liquid foundations: I have used it for both and it didn’t disturb makeup. It sprays in a fine mist so it’s very easy to use and even layer on the skin. It does leave the skin glowing so I won’t recommend for oily skin types. As for reducing texture, I haven’t used it as a skincare mist but over makeup, it helps to leave the skin looking smoother. DHC Astaxanthin Collagen gel (gifted) – this is a lovely textured gel cream. It does hydrate the skin although it not long-lasting. I didn’t think it did much to my skin over time so I used it very intermittently. Towards the end I think I used it more as a body moisturiser. Another bottle of The Ordinary Salicylic acid which I love so much for treating spots and texture. Beauty Pie purifying clay cleanser– I have a full review here. Missha Sun gel SPF 50– full review here. Seahorse Plankton Everlasting Radiance Moisturiser (gifted) – this is actually a great moisturiser with a luxurious texture. It moisturises the skin without leaving it oily. What I don’t like about it is the scent. I am not a big fan of frankincense and this moisturiser smells quite strongly of it. If you don’t mind that then this is a good moisturiser. Another bottle of my fav top coat Barry M Plumpy topcoat. Burt’s Bee lip balm (gifted)– full review here.

Sunday Riley CEO moisturiser– this was part of the SR box from Glossybox. I have fallen in love with this moisturiser. It’s creamy and feels lux plus it leaves the skin looking brighter and feeling moisturised. I definitely like it better than the SR CO Vitamin C Serum. Full review of the serum here. Peter Thomas Roth Anti-Aging Cleansing gel– full review here. Clinique Moisture Surge Face Spray– I will have a full review of this up soon.  Simply Pure Refreshing toner– this is a very simple basic toner to use. It doesn’t do much but does hydrate after cleansing – not that its enough though. I like it because it’s easy to add to any routine and can be used with so many other products. Nivea Moisture lock SPF 30– this is a great SPF for dark skin. It has both UVA/UVB protection and its 100% invisible on dark skin. 2x DIY sheet mask. B makeup primer (gifted) – full review here. 2x Primark wipes and 1x Cucumber cooling mask. Nivea Q10 SPF 50– this is a lovely lightweight lotion that feels moisturising on the skin. it is 100% invisible on dark skin. my only con with this is that it tends to pill if you use too much of it and for someone like me who likes to slaughter on SPF you will experience a lot of this. Use a smaller amount  and you won’t have this issue. this is the only reason why i would recommend the SPF mousse over this one. In terms of the Anti pigments benefits, I do not think I noticed any improvements or benefits. its an excellent SPF from the drugstore and one that works well for dark skin. Superfacialist Vitamin C Glow Boost serum– this is my 2nd vitamin c product from Superfacialist and again I am very disappointed in it. It has a slight shimmer and did not add any benefits to my skin. I used it everyday morning for at least 4 weeks but benefits. IT Cosmetics Transforming Moisturising Super Cream– oh this is a very luxurious non-greasy cream that moisturises the skin! The texture is thick and so creamy and just skins into the skin with ease! Benefit Porefessional primer– this is an ok primer. I don’t think it’s worth the hype though. I don’t have large pores but even with that, this doesn’t completely minimise them. It is good for keeping the skin semi-matte during the day and works well with powder foundation. Becca Glow Elixir– whilst I didn’t have enough to get a good impression of this, the glow elixir didn’t do anything special. It’s a shimmer serum which I hate and I didn’t add any hydration to my skin. I’m so glad it was super small. Clinique Moisture Surge Extended Thirst Relief– this is a lovely gel crème texture that hydrates the skin and leaves it glowing. This is my 2nd and product from the Moisture Surge range and honestly, I am loving it so far.

Murad Hydra-Glow Aqua Peelx2– this came in a Murad gift set I got from Debenhams. I was really excited to try this because I have known about this product for a while and it’s been on my list. It’s a 2 part mask- 1st you use the acid swab all over the face then  the moisture sheet mask to lock in moisture. As much as I love acids, the swab in this mask was unimpressive. It doesn’t say the conc of acids in it but it’s formulated with lactic and glycolic acids. It’s a large cotton swap I used all over my face- I didn’t experience any irritation. The Moisture Infusion Mask was much better. It hydrated my skin and left it glowing. It fits well and stays on. If you’re interested, I got the ‘Drenched in Moisture Set’ which also comes with a cleanser ( I have a full review on this), serum and gel moisturiser.



Derma Organics Facial Scrub (gifted) – this is a face scrub but I used I as a body scrub because it felt so abrasive on the skin. This has a similar texture to brown sugar and I definitely was not going to use it on my face. This as a body scrub was amazing! It left my skin so soft and smooth and the oil in it left my skin glowing. It is also great to use on my feet, around my heel area to remove dry dead skin. I really don’t think this is suitable for the face because of the texture. It smells amazing too. Missguided Babe power– this perfume is amazing as an everyday scent and I go so many compliments. Its has vanilla notes which I super love and best of all its very affordable. Sure deodorant. Divine and Handmade hazelnut oil (gifted) I used this in my oil mixes. It’s a very lightweight oil and doesn’t have a nutty smell. Holika Holika Aloe 99– great aloe vera gel to use in my oil and butter mixes.

Total this month- 39 total so far- 295/400

This month I am also retiring two products. I haven’t included them in my empties because they are not empty but I am just not getting on well with them/ bored lol. (I think I will make this a series)

Sunday Riley Blue Moon- I will have a full review on this but I managed to use it for a week before I gave up on it. I do not like the texture – it has grit which doesn’t dissolve easily and it doesn’t work well with a makeup removal cloth. The cleansing power is mediocre at best.

Dr Organic Snail Eye Serum- this one I like but slightly bored with it. I have retired it for now as I am trying out the new eye cream from The Inkey list.

That’s it for September! I’ve been really busy lately so I haven’t been working on posts for the blog but I should get up and running soon! Watch out for more reviews and recommendations!

Catch you later



First Aid Beauty Skin Rescue Deep Cleanser Review

The first product I used from First Aid Beauty (FAB) was their radiance pads. I wasn’t too impressed with them so I haven’t really been checking for them since then. The Skin Rescue Deep Cleanser came in one of my beauty advent calendars last Christmas and I have just gotten round to use it.

FAB Skin Rescue Deep Cleanser is formulated with red clay and made for oil, blemish prone skin types. The cleanser helps to draw out impurities, remove excess oil and unclogs pores to leave the skin supple, pure and cleansed.


I have been using this has my AM cleanser for about a week out and a few times as a second cleanser in the evening. This is a gel textured cleanser with a subtle scent.

The cleanser does a good job at cleansing the skin without drying it out. I use this on damp skin with my hands, massaging over my face and skin using the 60sec method. The cleanser produces a gentle lather & foam and it’s good for balancing my skin. It didn’t really prevent breakouts as I still suffered a minor cystic breakout late in July.


It’s an ok cleanser, I’m not blown away by it but I would still recommend it if you wanted a mid-range cleanser. The only con I have about the product is that it has a subtle shimmer in it? It doesn’t leave the skin shimmery but I really don’t get why it has it. I get that it’s an aesthetic thing but I want effective skincare not skincare for Instagram.

First Aid Beauty Skin Rescue Deep Cleanser is £18 on Feelunique