Five beauty products I don't use as often as I should!

I thought I'd make a different kind of post where I discuss products I've bought and do not really use as much as I should - rather than a post about products I used on a day to day basis. I've mentioned before that I'm terrible at skin care and I'm trying to make more of an effort to get into a routine but it's so time consuming and I always forget! 

Visibly Clear - Pink Grapefruit Facial Wash

Limited edition face wash that smells amazing, the face wash claims to "help eliminate spots and blackheads with a fresh clean feel" so what do I do? Wait until I get spots, use the wash and then whinge at how awful my skin is - guilty! Another reason I tend to see no results is your supposed to use at morning and night, so just once a day will not cut it. 

Garnier Micellar Cleansing Water & Express 2 in 1 Eye Make-up Remover

Don't get my wrong I could rave about these products for days and days- I find them really good at what they do and it is definitely a product I would purchase again. However, I usually tend to get into bed after using a baby wipe to remove the most of my make up and then afterwards I never can be bothered to finish taking it off properly. 

Superdrug Nourishing Eye Cream

 Eye cream was definitely not something I thought I'd purchase but I've read a few posts lately about drugstore eye cream helping to reduce dark circles. Since I was in Superdrug and it was cheap enough at £3.99 I thought I'd give it a try. Sadly once again, it's only been used once so really I have no idea if it's any good yet - hopefully I will be able to let you know once I eventually get myself into a routine. 

L'Oreal Skin Perfection Correcting Day Moisturiser

Recently a lot of people have been chatting about the use of lotions and potions to help with ageing and how it should be started the earlier the better. Now I never really thought this was important until I was recommended the L'Oreal skin care range for 20-30 year olds. I'm still not sure whether this is just a scam to get people to buy skin care from a young age or not because everyone is going to age anyway - unless you spend fortunes not too. I don't really use any form of body lotion/moisturiser (apart from Nivea in the winter for my hands). 
Apparently a good tip is to moisturise before applying make up too but I've never really stuck to this yet. This moisturiser claims to reduce pores and improves visible skin quality within a month. So you never know I might get round to giving this a month trial!

Is there any beauty products you don't use as often as you should?


  1. I've never bothered getting a micellear water because I thought I'd probably use it once then never use it again! So glad to see a blogger admitting to not really using theirs as much either! Is the Loreal moisturiser actually any good?
    Becky; xxx

    1. I have to say I don't think it's my favorite, I want a product that I would never forget to use, I'll have to keep looking!