Moisturizers -Simple - Regeneration Defending Day Moisturiser
Pooky83 10/25/2008 11:13:00 PM
I really like this product and am on my second bottle of it- which is unusual for me. Firstly, and most importantly, it doesn't cause my skin to go bright red, which is quite a common occurrence for me in high end and mid market brands. Secondly, it has an SPF- I would try the Simple hydrating lotion, but it's SPFless. It absorbs well, but I do tend to warm it up in my hands before applying. Two things annoy me- the pump dispenser (initially it's difficult to gauge how much to pump out, and I ended up with more cream than I needed) and the fact that the plastic tub can't be cut to get the dregs out.
Great wipes. They don't irritate my skin, unlike other high end and mass market cleansers, and can usually be found on 2 for 1 offer, or the like. Great for when you can't be bothered going through the whole face wash rigmarole (usually after a few drinks!). I agree with previous posters about the sticky tab- it isn't the best. I'm also not sure that they cleanse as thoroughly as a wash or cream cleanser.
CD/Books/Movies -Trish McEvoy - The Power of Makeup
Pooky83 10/21/2007 3:32:00 PM
Got this book out of the library. Glad I didn't buy it as it seems like an advertisement for her stuff, herself and, inadvertently perhaps, her husband. There were a few tips, but nothing earthshattering. Very disappointing.
I really like this product. I had a black eye recently after an operation, and found that this was good to cover up some of the damage! I also like using it when I'm having a "no make-up" day. The reason I didn't give it a five is because I find that shadow doesn't really work so well over it sometimes, and if you have any flakiness around the eye area, it can highlight it by clinging on to flakes. It is pricey, but I would buy it again.