Beauty Empties: June 2018
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I have come across some great products that keep my skin hydrated amidst the scorching heat! This month I want to highlight that despite what those big cosmetic houses want you to think, good beauty products are not always the most expensive. In fact, some of my favourite product for this month cost as little £2.50... Now that's a beauty bargain! Let's take a look at what I loved this month... 1) Kiehl's 'Creamy Eye Treatment with Avocado' (£37) I have experimented with a handful of Kiehl's products recently, and I have to admit this is one of my favourites. Not only is it one of my favourite Kiehl's products, but it is also the best eye cream I have ever used. Seriously, this is so hydrating and moisturising! It is the only eye cream that I can see has had a difference. Conclusion: I will not budge from this eye cream until something more life-changing comes along - if that is even possible! 2) Boots Ingredients 'Super Hyaluronic Sheet Face Mask' (£2.50) I recently read an article by Cosmo Beauty Boss, Ingeborg Van Lotringen, that hydration is vital to achieving the glowing and healthy beauty standards of Korea. Inge explains a 12-part beauty regime that Korean women follow every day to accomplish this, and a hyaluronic sheet mask was on the list. So, I tried this sheet mask that is stamped with 'Made in Korea' at the top. Thankfully, the sheet mask is so hydrating, and after using two a week, for four weeks (which is slacking by the standards set by Korea) I felt a huge difference in my skin. Conclusion: I would like to try more up-market masks to see if there are any additional benefits, but this is great for a quick hydration fix on a budget.
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