Monday, 18 January 2016

Top 5: Budget Skincare 'Must Haves'

Getting good skincare can be a bit of a mission if you're on a tight budget and after 3 years at Uni and not working I am on the tightest. 
Now some things I do have to splash out a little more on and I will go into those in my Top 5 High End Skincare 'Must Haves' post that's going to be on the blog a little later this week. But for now here are 5 of my favourite skincare products that are budget friendly! 

Garnier Miceller Cleansing Water 400ml - This is just as good as Bioderma and without the price tag. Garnier micellar water is gentle, cleanses efficiently and doesn't hurt your bank balance. At only £3.33 at boots at the moment it's worth going and grabbing one to see what you think! Link

Quick Fix Purifying Charcoal Mask 100ml - I love this mask when my skin is playing up (which at the moment is pretty much always) It feels really nice and cooling on the skin and I definitely notice an improvement after I have used it as my spots tend to dry up and a lot of the redness is visibly reduced. A sure winner for me at only £4.99! You can grab it here.

The Body Shop Aloe Soothing Night Cream 50ml - This is the most expensive item on the list but at only £13 it's hardly a bank breaker especially when you look at the average price of a night cream! I really like this night cream because it isn't too heavy on my oily skin, instead it moisturises without making it feel like I'm being suffocated. The only thing I will note is that this has a weird smell... a bit like plastic, not great. 

Lush Herbalism Cleanser 100g - I've already raved about this here so go and read that if you're interested in finding out more about it. But overall, this is a natural cleanser that banishes spots and really makes my skin feel great. I will continue to repurchase this again and again. You can find it here for only £6.95.

Montagne Jeunesse Hot Spring Sauna - You may recognise these from every sleepover you ever had as a child-teen, I know I certainly do! But don't look past them. The Montagne Jeunesse masks are actually great at what they do. there are various types to suit all skin types and there really is something for everyone. I love having a couple of these around just for a little switch up from my usual masks and at only £1 each you can't argue (plus ASDA usually have these on some sort of 3 for 2 offer most of the time). 

What are your budget skincare must haves? I would love to know in the comments! 



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