Dupe Alert: Shu Uemura Skin Purifier vs Nu’tri Nourishing Cleansing Oil

Hello beauties,

We all know the benefits of cleansing oil; effective at removing makeup while still being gentle on the skin. Personally, I don’t love using a cleansing oil as I find its too messy. I much prefer using a cleansing balm such as Emma Hardie. Any who, here’s my comparison of the very pricey Shu Uemura Skin Purifier* against the more affordable Nu’tri  Nourishing Cleansing Oil.

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Product Empties: July

Hello beauties,

I have no idea how I keep going through these products! I really didn’t think I would have enough empties to do a post after June, but as you can see I was very wrong…

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Divine Woman Skincare*

I loved these little samples of the Divine Woman range. All the products were beautiful and light weight. I also tried their moisturiser but seem to have thrown it out… Anyway, it was very impressive and not too heavy.

Clarisonic Normal Brush Head*

If you have a Clarisonic make sure to change the brush head every 3 months. With the Normal brush head its quite stiff and more abrasive then the sensitive one- obviously… The Normal brush was fine for my skin, but I prefer the Sensitive brush head.

Palmolive Oil Infusions Body Moisturiser*

I really like their oil infusion range. This was a great affordable body moisturiser but not the most hydrating.

Lush Ro’s Argan Body Conditioner* 

You know my love for this! So sad its all good! I need to buy another one. Click here for a full review.

Dove Soap Bar

I never talk about the Dove soap bars, but basically its Bae’s go to soap. I use it occasionally but not all the time. These have to be the most hydrating soaps on the market.

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Micellar Waters in Review

Hello beauties,

Disclaimer, I don’t like Micellar Waters. Yes they’re effective, but I find it takes too many cotton rounds to remove all my makeup. But for you I’ve tried them all and here’s the run down of the ones I like and don’t like. I’ve sorted them by most affordable to most expensive.

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Garnier Micellar Cleansing Water* $13.99 for 400ml 

The first affordable micellar water to compete with the OG, Bioderma. Yes its effective, and yes its cheap. Click here for a full review of all the Micellar Waters in the Garnier range.

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