Saturday, 1 October 2016

Empty bottles: MyChelle, Nuxe and Liz Earle

I have finished few beauty products and thought it is a good time to share my reviews. 


1. MyChelle Perfect C Serum. This is anti-ageing, brightening serum for all skin types. I mentioned it before "my break" and it was the only serum I have used during the summer. A natural skin care product fully packed with anti-oxidants. According to the brand, its advanced formula is designed to protect skin's health while combating the signs of aging. 

Serum contains a potent 17% dose of L-Ascorbic Acid and helps to strengthen collagen and improve skin texture.

It is a tiny bottle with the pump, serum has a watery yellow consistency with a kind of citrus scent. I wouldn't compliment it on the scent itself, but serum is good enough. I used it in the evenings before my night cream every other night and my skin was pleased with the formula.

I am not sure that I will buy it again, would like to explore elsewhere for now. Overall I would give MyChelle Perfect C Serum 4 stars out of 5 for its formula and effect. I can't say that it reduced my fine lines, but it definitely contributed to overall healthy looking skin.


2. Nuxe Masque Creme Fraiche de Beaute. One of my favourite face masks. It is soothing and hydrating, plus can be used under the eye area too. 

According to the brand this mask is a source of wellbeing and immediate freshness. Made with Plant Milks and White Blossom, mask provides intensive moisturisation even for the driest skins. Can be used as a rescue treatment, it provides intensive relief, instantly soothing skin discomfort. 

I can only agree, this is my second tube and I am looking to get the third in the future. Nuxe Masque Creme Fraiche de Beaute deserves 5 stars for its consistency in keeping my skin refreshed and soft. Like it!


3. Liz Earle for Men Sensitive Shave Cream. Well, I believe men know everything about shaving, so why not to try a men's shaving cream. Actually, no! My second half rejected it and branded this little tube as a useless waste of money and his time. I on other hand, found it just the right thing. 

My first positive impression was it doesn't smell like most of men's shaving creams. It has mild and soothing scent, more on a grassy side. Texture and formula also soothing and calming. You do need to work it to get the lather, but razor glides smoothing over it and ta dah...there are no razor burns or irritation. 

According to the brand shave cream is suitable for all skin types, including sensitive skin. Made with natural ingredients, including shave grass, renowned for its soothing properties, and Clary Sage and Eucalyptus to help calm and protect skin.

I believe Liz Earle for Men Sensitive Shave Cream deserves 4 stars out of 5. It isn't perfect for the stubborn male hair, but works well enough for ladies. So if you are looking for a natural, gentle shave cream, why not to give this one a go.


Here are all my empties so far. Have you tried any of them? What do you say?
Marija

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