I have been spending all the amount of money recently and one of my most liked places to splash the cash is TK Maxx because they involve some epic offers. Stupidly, I had taken all labels off on the real products so I can’t tell you how much I kept. I know everything was under £10.
So let’s just leap into what I bought and see if I can give you some mini reviews once we proceed through everything as I’ve tried everything. Some items, like the Kale Clay Fix mask, only one time so I will revisit them in the future content. Skin Food Nourishing Moisturizer (£10.96 – Amazon, £3 – TK Maxx) I must say I need a good moisturizer, why is it so hard for me to find one? The word “nourishing” really speaks if you ask me, I thought it might be lightweight, and intensely hydrating but it is heavy and feels as though Nivea hand cream. Do not recommend whatsoever, sorry.
I do love the name of the brand, though, think it is actually clever. Please, leave your favorite moisturizer in the comments because I can’t find one. Simple Clear Skin Oil Balancing Exfoliating Face Wash (£3 – Tesco) I really love this face wash, they have a beady regularity which is very soft on my pores and skin and gets rid of my makeup really well just on its own.
I love the way this feels on my pores and skin, it isn’t drying at all and my face just seems smooth, clean, and fresh after use. Fab, £8 – TK Maxx) As mentioned, I’ve only used this once, which isn’t enough time to form a good opinion. So far, I don’t hate it. It really is for tired pores and skin.
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I didn’t notice a massive different after using it, but it is slim and lightweight with a nice healthy smell. They have some nice ingredients in it like Kaolin, WITCHHAZEL, and Sweet Almond Oil but it additionally has fragrance (parfum) and lots of chemical-sounding ingredients. I favor masks that are mostly natural in all honesty, but that could be me just. I will try out this some more times and review in credited course properly. Good Things Argan Oil Perfecting Face Oil (£7 – Boots, £4 – TK Maxx) Honestly, I purchased this because I needed a more affordable beauty oil to combine with my foundation.
I have used it as a skincare item and find that would be best for individuals with quite dried out skin. My skin may become dry sometimes, usually due to something on trial that pisses my pores and skin right off, therefore I love to have this readily available. It isn’t as luxurious as other natural oils I’ve used and hasn’t wowed me, but it is good in a pinch and works fabulously blended along with my base to make it look simple and silky on my epidermis.