Skincare That I'll Forever Repurchase

I love trying out new products, it comes part and parcel with being a beauty blogger, however there are some products in my rather extensive skincare collection that I love and know works for me, so I continue to purchase. I mean, why not repurchase it if it's working wonders for your skin? I even have backups of some of my skincare products in case they run out or get discontinued. Don't you just hate it when your favourite product gets discontinued? urgh. It's always a worry.

Skincare That I'll Forever Repurchase

Oh, you'll have heard me rave about the Pixi Glow Tonic(£18) numerous times on Twitter. I've recommended it to everyone and their mum, and even their gran, haha. The Pixi Glow Tonic is an exfoliating toner which aims to of course exfoliate, but also refine, brighten, tighten and soothe the skin. I simply apply a considerate amount of the toner onto a cotton pad and swipe across my face, neck and decolletage every morning and evening and it gets to work straightaway. It sheds the dry skin off my face, revealing a much smoother and radiant complexion. It makes such a difference. My base makeup applies like a dream after using the toner as there is no dry skin to cling onto. I've been through around four or five bottles of it already, it's that good. It's an absolute gem.

I'm probably not the only one that's repurchased the Garnier Micellar Cleansing Water(£4.99). I have the bottle for combo/oily skin, although I can't honestly see the difference between that and the one for normal skin. I've actually lost count of how many bottles of it I've used. It effectively removes makeup, and in a very quick manner too. I'll always opt for this over a 3-step skincare routine when I'm feeling lazy or a bit worse for wear. I also use it to clean up any makeup mistakes too.

I have tried many spot treatments over the years, including my beloved La Roche-Posay Effaclar Duo+ but the Avene Cleanance Expert Emulsion(£15) is like no other, I'm telling you. It's actually a moisturiser, but it also helps to eradicate any nasty spots that appear on my skin, and also prevents any from appearing too. My skin used to be so bad that I had clusters of spots in countless places on my face but since using this, my skin has never been so clear, and I've suffered with moderate acne since I was 15(I'm 23 now). I just cannot be without this. Without it my skin will undoubtedly break out. 

The *Palmers Cocoa Butter Facial Cleansing Oil(£7.99) is quite new to my skincare collection, however I don't think I could possibly be without it. Not only does it smell so frickin' good, but it removes my makeup in like two minutes. It happens to be super inexpensive too which makes me a very happy girl as it certainly wouldn't harm my bank balance. 

Lastly is the GlamGlow SuperMud Mask(£42). Whilst it may be a liittlee too expensive for a face mask, it actually works a treat when my skin is at it's worst. It cleans out my pores, ridding my skin of dirt, grime and any leftover makeup, urgh. Somehow £42 doesn't seem so bad for a face mask when it clears up my blemishes and leaves me with a spot free face. I love it!


Do you have any skincare products that you'll forever repurchase?


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  1. I LOVE GlamGlow, it's my holygrail face mask brand! My favourites are the SuperMud and ThirstyMud xx

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