Emma Hardie 'Moringa cleansing balm', Neutrogena, Anastasia Brow Wiz, Origins, Estee Lauder

Empties – products I used up + mini reviews


This post is way overdue and I have no idea why it’s taken me so long to post another empties. This is probably one of my favourite type of posts to write, as I feel that I can definitely give my opinion based on actually finishing the entire product. For the most part, anyway. Some of these have been repurchased a number of times, but I won’t be repeating them over the next posts, as it makes no sense.

I try so many skincare and makeup products that I want to let you know about the new ones, not repeat what you many have already read before. I’m not quite sure how this happened, but as I type this, I already have enough empty containers to make probably about five or more of these posts. I’ve been very careful not to but anything I don’t need lately, and so I’ve been using my backups of backups, as you do, to make sure I don’t waste anything. Not only has it been very satisfying to finish some products, but I also found some real gems in my stash that I cannot wait to tell you about in the upcoming posts.

Boscia Makeup-Breakup Cool Cleansing Oil

Boscia MakeUp-BreakUp Cool Cleansing Oil review

Makeup removers are one of those type of products I am usually very wary of. Basic as they are, I never have a problem investing a bit more to ensure it works the way I need it to. My eyes aren’t really over sensitive and can handle a lot in general, but wrong products used only once can cause serious irritation and discomfort for days afterwards. That’s probably main reason why I’ve been using one and the same makeup remover for however many year and never felt like switching.

If you’ve read my blog, I’m pretty sure you’ve come across me talking about Clinique ‘Take the day off’ balm and oil, and if not, check out my blog post Here to read more about them. These, especially the balm, have been my ‘go to’ products for many years and they work like a dream. It’s only recently that I started experimenting with different brands and while online shopping at Sephora one day, I decided to see for myself what the fuss about this product is all about.

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