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Sunday, 6 April 2014

Space.NK Haul

On being paid this paid this month the first thing I did was head over to Space NK in search of old favourites and some new things to try. I snapped up a couple of new skin care pieces an thought I'd share them in my first Haul post :)

On first opening my order box I was surprised to find quite a substantial sample of ReVive's Glycolic Renewal Peel. It looks rather beautiful in the packaging and I'm excited to give it a try. I have been to professional aesthetic practitioners before to get full glycolic peels and found them amazing so I will be interested to see if a home version can stack up. Fingers crossed it's easy to use!


So onto products I actually bought!

My first purchase was Kiehl's Pineapple Papaya Facial Scrub (100ml £24). I have combination skin with an oily t-zone so get breakouts occasionally and was seeking something new to try  to exfoliate my skin. I liked the blurb on this product as it talks about being made of real fruit extracts and full of vitamins as I'm a sucker for natural products. I've opened it up already and it smells divine so I'm hoping it works as well as it smells!


My second product purchase was Dr Sebagh's Deep Exfoliating mask for sensitive skin (50ml £59). I bought this solely on the reputation of Dr Sebagh himself as in the industry I work in you always hear very good things about his ranges and thought I'd take the plunge. Yes it's another exfoliator but I won't use this and my Kiehl's one any where near each other!
 I'll be honest, I don't have very sensitive skin but I wanted to air on the side of caution as it's made by a proper dermatologist so contains active ingredients. I wanted to make sure this product would fit into my current skin care routine and not give me any heavy reactions. 


Of course I had to grab another Emma Hardie Moringa Cleansing Balm (100ml £34). If you have read my mini review in my March Empties post you will see how much I loved this product and it will forever be in my skincare collection :)
I also grabbed the accompanying Lift and Sculpt Cleansing Cloths (£10) which are double sided so can help get off stubborn make up fast. For £10 for three cloths I'm hoping it's worth it and makes a difference in my routine - we will see!


Another product I loved recently was the Percy and Reed Wonder Balm for Hair after getting a sample and finding it really changed my hair. From this I decided to give another product in the range a try and since I was in need of a hair mask/treatment for my dry, damaged hair I picked the Percy and Reed Foaming Mask Treatment (150ml £20). I really don't like spending a huge amount on hair treatments as I get through them soooo fast due to my thick curly hair and it can be costly. I'm hoping that the success of the Wonder Balm will be the same with this product and I'm eager to give it a full trial.



I'll let you know if I fall in love with any of these and I may do some reviews later on down the line once I've given them a fair trial :)


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