#WishlistWednesday: Skincare




My skin right now is pretty atrocious. When it comes to skincare I'm not very confident at buying it. I don't really know what's good for what etc etc, what I do know is that the cheap stuff (that I buy) isn't exactly the best and I think it's time to fork out a little and try out some high end products that are sworn upon by many bloggers. 


I'm still unsure why I don't have the Liz Earle Cleanse and Polish already?! It is probably the most loved skincare product in beauty right now. I love the idea of the muslin cloth too! With all the reviews about it I have a pretty good inkling that this will do my skin well and is completely worth the money, and if it doesn't work then there's definitely something wrong with my skin!  


For about a year now, all I've heard are glowing reviews about the brand "GLAMGLOW" - the only negative being the price. However, being a strong believer that great skincare comes at a price I think this would be worth the money. I have seen so many reviews about their mud facial mask and so I have a feeling this will be pretty good too - the Brightmud Eye Treatment. I have drastically bad dark circles under my eyes and I'm awful at buying eye creams; but maybe this would work really well? It's definitely something I want to purchase pretty soon! 


Emma Hardie's cleansing balm is something I reaaaally want to try out and looks so pretty, but for £36 I wonder if I can fork that sort of money out! However, I found this beauty on the Space NK website and it got me really excited! All these minis for £30! Cheaper than the cleansing balm alone and I would be able to try a lot of the face and body things! I definitely shall pick this up, especially for when I'm going to Brighton, London and Leeds in August! 

What have you been adding to your shopping basket but not taking to the checkout lately? Have you got any skincare items you recommend for dry skin? Leave suggestions in the comments below! 

Lots of Love
Jen xo






2 comments:

  1. Hmm I would love to try them!

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  2. I can totally recommend the Liz Earle hot cloth cleanser - I dont use it everyday but more so a treat every few weeks. As someone with sensitive skin it takes time to find products that suit your skin, beauty bloggers are great for recommendations!

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