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213 reviews

74% would repurchase

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Recent Superdrug Reviews

Cleansers -Superdrug -Naturally Radiant Brightening Hot Cloth Cleanser

on 1/19/2019 4:30:00 AM


Love this cleanser! Used to use Liz Earle but then my budget changed about 5 years ago so I tried a “high street chemist” version which I found didn’t cleanse well and had weird consistency then saw this one on offer in Superdrug! It’s fab! I have sensitive skin with slight redness/rosacea spots but this feels gentle, removes all my make up (even mascara if you’re careful/gentle) and leaves it feeling clean and amazing. I believe the Aldi one is fab too but I love this one, it’s generally either half price or 2 for 1 and it’s in my high street.

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Cleansers -Superdrug -Vitamin E Hot Cloth Cleanser

on 10/1/2018 10:57:00 AM

Very simple cleanser, works fine. I don't use the cloth because I find that a flannel works better and I don't want to have to wash the one cloth every single day.

It's very cheap so I would absolutely buy it again, but one thing I find irritating is the very thin film (the same feeling you have on your fingers after applying primer to your face) it leaves on your skin afterwards. I'd rather feel clean and a little dry than soft and a bit strange after a cleanse.

Skincare - Face -Superdrug -B. Hydrated - Hyaluronic Acid Facial Spritz

on 8/26/2018 3:18:00 PM

What a hidden gem! I've had a few issues lately where I'll use blotting sheets on my t-zone, then find it looks a little too dry afterwards. As I'm getting older, the ultra-matte look is something I'm trying to avoid. Not a fan of dewy stuff either mind you, just prefer semi-matte overall these days. This facial mist is very lightweight, one or two sprays of this at a sensible distance results in just enough product to help my skin look and feel more moisturised, and enlivens my make-up so that it no longer looks dry or chalky but without looking shiny either. Some other mists I tried made me look oily again - this doesn't. It's non-greasy and non-sticky. As well as hyaluronic acid, this has witch hazel as the 5th ingredient in the list which I'm sure helps my acne-prone skin too. Not noticed any increased acne or clogged pores since using.

Price was £3.99 for 75ml in a slimline clear plastic spritz bottle. I'm not always a fan of Superdrug's own-brand products but this is legitimately amazing, it's now a staple in my daily skincare & beauty routine. ❤

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Hair -Superdrug -colour performance

on 6/22/2018 4:18:00 AM


I’ve got thick long medium brown hair, I bought two hair dyes in the colour “dark brown” and dyed it myself, it went blotchy and stripey even though I used a hair dye application brush and I combed through my hair and it just didn’t work, and don’t even get me started on how long it takes to wash the hair dye out:)) I asked my mum who used to be a hair dresser to dye my hair for me using the same hair dye and it did the same thing I don’t understand why it doesn’t stick to ur hair ? And it take so many washes to wash the hair dye, and the dark brown box dye made my hair turn black? I do not recommend it, doesn’t stick to ur hair and random parts get dyed even tho u coveeer ur whole head it this stuff and make sure all the roots are dyed :)

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Hair Treatments -Superdrug -Coconut Oil

on 6/10/2018 3:56:00 PM

Coconut oil is a great moisturiser for my dry hair ends - my scalp gets greasy easily so I never apply it near my roots, only on the last couple of hair. My favourite coconut oil is a Dr Organic one with flower and fruit extracts, but I've only ever seen it sold in Holland & Barrett's so it's not the easiest to get hold of. Extra virgin coconut oil can be quite costly even from the supermarket, so when I saw this little tub for sale in Superdrug I was seduced by its low price.

Unfortunately, this is partially hydrogenated coconut oil that is waxier and thicker than pure coconut oil. It's harder to work into a liquid or paste to apply right at the ends of hair and I feel it doesn't moisturise as well. I'm sure I read somewhere that some of the molecules in coconut oil are small enough to partially penetrate the hair's cortex and help prevent protein loss. Well, this product certainly didn't help as much as the non-hydrogenated form I was using previously. I wonder if it's because it just sits like a heavy wax on the outside rather than actually moisturising hair.

Anyway, I ditched this stuff and switched back to the more expensive, but more effective virgin coconut oil instead.

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