Saturday, 30 January 2016

L'Oreal Revitalift Serum

The Chanel serum is sublime, yes. However, I get through serum very quickly and I simply can't justify spending £70 every six weeks. Yet again I ventured forth to find something I could live with and I found this in Boots. Annoyingly I now can't see it on their website but I am confident it still exists as it's on the L'Oreal site.

This has broadly the same consistency as the Chanel, it smell perfectly nice, it sinks in and feels like it's doing you good. It costs about £20 but I don't even think it lasted me three weeks. It's not like I bathe in the stuff for heaven's sake! Also, I can see there is some left at the bottom but it's not coming out of the pump. Annoying. Note to bottle designers: stop doing this.

Despite all that, I do like it a lot and may buy another bottle until I win the lottery and can live in Chanel glory forever more.

Wednesday, 6 January 2016

Clinique: Take The Day Off Cleansing Oil

Happy new year. We're not going to discuss my new year's eve and the fact I fell over and wrenched my shoulder. I bring it up only to mention that I had a physio appointment today and that meant I was near the shops. I was in need of a new cleansing oil. As much as I adore my Shu Uemura cleansing oil, I couldn't justify £60 today. We won't discuss the fact that my kitchen still isn't done either.

I got a small travel sized bottle of this in Sephora and was impressed. So I bought a full sized bottle today for a reasonable £22. This is very good, it cleanses effortlessly leaving skin fresh and soft. It's a solid purchase that won't let you down.


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