Beauty: My current favourite beauty items (part I)

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I have been writing all these beauty posts over the last 2,5 years which means that I have been using a lot of different products. Some of these products I have never bought again, but today I share with you some of my favourite products that I keep on using and I keep on buying. Here we go…

Cleansing

Some time ago I wrote a post of the importance of cleansing your face thoroughly. No day passes by without me cleansing my face in the morning ànd before going to bed (at night I even do a triple cleanse). But what are my favourite cleansing products?

Budget buy:

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More expensive:

  • Rainpharma – Advanced precleanser

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Serum

As my skin ages, it gets less resilient and dryer and that’s why I think it is very important to use a serum as that often gives extra hydration and care to your skin. I have used a ton of different serums… but what are my favourites??

Budget buy:

  • L’Oréal – Age Perfect Cell Renewal Serum
    • 19,99 EUR for a 30 ml bottle (often there are promotions on these products so most of the time I buy it for less)
    • Makes my skin more radiant.
    • Review on my blog: soon 🙂

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More expensive:

  • Estée Lauder – Advanced Night Repair Synchronized Recovery Complex
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Travel sized bottle.

Day/night cream

Budget buy:

  • L’Oréal Paris – Revitalift Filler
    • 20 EUR for a 50 ml jar (often there are promotions on these products so most of the time I buy it for less)
    • Leaves my skin feeling firm, soft and hydrated.
    • Review on my blog: L’Oréal Paris Revitalift filler

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More expensive:

  • Sisley – Sisleya Global anti-age day & night cream
    • 320 EUR for a 50 ml jar
    • I have never bought this cream, but recently I got a sample which I could use for a couple of days in a row and this is such a rich, hydrating, comforting cream to use!!
    • Review on my blog: when I win the Euromillions I will buy a jar and write a review… so very soon I hope 😀

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Eye Care

Budget buy:

  • L’Oréal Paris – Age Perfect Eye Cream
    • 20 EUR for a 15 ml tube (often there are promotions on these products so most of the time I buy it for less)
    • The delicate skin underneath my eyes feels more firm when I use this cream and I like using the applicator which feels cool.
    • Review on my blog: L’Oréal Paris age perfect eye cream

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More expensive: 

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Body lotion

Budget buy:

  • Dove Derma Spa Body Lotion
    • 7 EUR for a 200 ml tube (often there are promotions on these products so most of the time I buy it for less)
    • Hydrating, nourishing, non-greasy body lotion with a lovely smell.
    • Review on my blog: Dove Derma Spa body lotion

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More expensive:

  • Mylène Collagene Body Milk
    • 22 EUR for a 200 ml bottle
    • Firming body milk with a fabulous scent that lasts all day.
    • Review on my blog: Mylène Collagene body milk
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This body lotion now comes in another packaging.

That’s it for this first part! What are your favourites? Let me know as I am curious to find out… perhaps it can give me new ideas 🙂

See you soon!

Love, Kathleen

 

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2 thoughts on “Beauty: My current favourite beauty items (part I)

    Ann Ages Gracefully said:
    November 6, 2017 at 9:11 am

    Nice that you show an ‘alternative’ for the luxurious ones 🙂 Yes, If only I was rich…..there would definitely be some spree purchases which now I can only dream of.

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      kaybe610 responded:
      November 6, 2017 at 1:04 pm

      I know… I love the Sisley products, but they’re so expensive 😦 Oh well… plenty of fab drugstore products if you ask me. Love, Kathleen

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