Mini Skin Care Haul

Hey Guys! So recently I’ve been on a huge skin care addiction! My skin has never been the best but recently I’ve been wanting that to change and therefore have been trialing a lot of different items. We went on holiday and OMG my skin improved sooo much! I cut out a lot of items which I know realize were way too harsh for my skin but also the sun just really helped to dry out and eliminate the pimples/spots which I have. I still do have a couple small pimples but the state of my skin is generally just so much better! I do have a couple acne scars which I’m now also working on but I’m really happy and confident with my skins new state! Because of this, I’ve also used up a lot of products so an empties video will be coming soon!

I purchased a total of 3 items and I’m actually testing out a brand completely new to me. I’m trying the products from simple which I know that a lot of people really love and they’re supposedly very good for your skin as they’re ‘simple’ and don’t contain a lot of products/chemicals in them. I also however got a product from a brand I’m familiar with – Nivea. I purchased these items from my local superdrug who are currently have a half off deal on most simple products right now.

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But anyway here’s what I got:

1) Nivea Daily Essentials Gentle Exfoliating Scrub – 150ml

£3.99

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According to the packaging, this product is optimal for normal or combination skin and should be used 2-3 times a week. It contains vitamin E and Hydra IQ both of which contribute to soft, smooth and moisturised skin. It’s also supposedly very mild and should make your skin look healthy. I haven’t seen a huge change in my skin yet but I have only use it twice so far.

2) Simple Kind To Skin Protecting Light Moisturiser – 125ml

£2.45
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All simple products contain vitamins and this one specifically contains Vitamin E and Pro-vitamin B5 both of which are incredibly important for your skin. Their products also don’t contain any artificial perfumes, colours or harsh chemicals. This specific moisturiser also contains SPF 15 which stops the aging of your skin. It also supposedly gives you protection for 12 hours. I love this stuff!

3) Simple Kind To Skin Vital Vitamin Night Cream – 50ml

£2.75

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This again contains the same vitamins as the moisturiser above as well as multi-vitamins. It restores, regenerates and replenishes your skin throughout the night, leaving your skin feeling healthy and giving it a natural glow. It’s especially good for sensitive skin and leaves your skin feeling super smooth.

I’m loving the things I picked up and would love to know what you guys think if you’ve tried them. I think my favourite of the three is probably the night cream followed by the scrub. Not that I dislike the other moisturiser!

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10 thoughts on “Mini Skin Care Haul

  1. I love simple and I use the light moisturizer everyday! But since many people really like the night moisturizer, might give it a go!
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  2. Oh my God! I’ve matched up Clean & Clear, Garnier, and Nivea and honeslty, since using the products I have been.. my skin looks and feels amazing, I’ve been looking at trying some simple products any specific ones you recommend? Is the night cream any good, I’ve been using the Nivea Natural Day/Night cream but it’s fairly expensive! Let me know! Also check out my blog for my skin care routine! Thank you! 😊

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