Wednesday, 31 January 2018

Empty bottles: Vichy, The Body Shop, SUKIN, SENspa, Cetaphil and Nanogen

I have collected a selection of empty bottles this month to review.

Vichy Purete Thermale Perfecting Toner. This is one of my favourite toners. I like its refreshing scent and formula works well for my skin. I love to just spray it after a bath or shower to refresh flashed skin. Acording to the brand, Vichy Purete Thermale Perfecting Toner is suitable for all skin types, even sensitive. It is enriched with Vichy Mineralising Thermal Water and formulated without alcohol. I can add that this is a gentle and effective toner which doesn't irritate my skin. I try different toners once in a while, but it seems always go back to Vichy.

Cetaphil Gentle Skin Cleanser, Moisturising Lotion and Moisturising Cream. This trio came to me from the Glossybox. According to the Cetaphil all products are designed specifically to work for all skin types, they provide simple, yet highly effective way to care for the skin. All Cetaphil are fragrance free.

Cetaphil Gentle Skin Cleanser is a mild, soap free gel-like cleanser. It doesn't provide you with a lather, but cleanses skin very well, leaving it smooth and soft. 

Cetaphil Moisturising Lotion is a lightweight and non-greasy lotion. According to Cetaphil it is formulated to soothe dry skin. It requires a little bit of massaging into the skin, but results are good. Lotion leaves skin smooth and hydrated.

Cetaphil Moisturising Cream is a non greasy cream, which can be used as a body or a face cream. This cream suited my skin best. Beautiful consistency, absorbed fast and left my skin well moisturised and healthy looking. 

SENspa Relaxing Body Wash with organic lavender and essential oils of bergamot, patchouli and geranium. This body wash is made with 97% natural ingredients. A lovely body wash to try, beautiful scent blend to refresh body and help to de-stress mind. My skin loved it.

The Body Shop Chinise Ginseng and Rice Clarifying Polishing Mask and Moringa Softening Body Butter. I really enjoyed this face mask. It has an effective formula, beautiful polishing texture and a pleasant scent. According to The Body Shop Chinise Ginseng and Rice Clarifying Polishing Mask is perfect to achieve a brighter-looking, even and supple feeling skin. It is formulated without parabens, paraffin, silicone or mineral oil and it is 100% vegetarian. I used it as a substitution to a face scrub once in two weeks during my pregnancy and once a week after.

The Body Shop Moringa Body Butter was such a treat. It is enriched with Moringa seed oil to make skin soft and supple after every use. I loved the soft, silky texture of the body butter and rich floral scent. 

SUKIN Hydrating Facial Masque. I have reviewed this in one of my previous posts, click here to read. A lovely hydrating, natural face mask. It is formulated with rich mango seed butter, avocado oil and olive fruit extract; provides hydration and helps protect the skin's moisture barrier. SUKIN Hydrating Facial Masque contains papaya and pineapple enzymes, which help to nourish the complexion and impart a healthy glow. This is my first natural face mask which didn't irritate my skin and I am sure I will buy it again in the future. 

Nanogen Root Boost Hair Thickening Spray. Another beauty product from the Glossybox. According to the brand this is a light, fast-absorbing hair thickening spray that lifts each root ad thickens every strand. A mixed feelings from me; one day I liked it and other days I did not. I felt that spray is a little bit sticky and require a good hand to spray it without weighing hair down. I am not sure that Nanogen Root Boost Hair Thickening Spray is suitable for my hair, but overall it is not a bad hair spray with pleasant scent and can help to style your hair. 

Such a long blog post today, but there are good finds in there. Have you tried any from above?

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