Over the past six months I’ve battled with a sore, dry and overall very sensitive eye area. My usual eye creams just hadn’t been cutting it so I took to some of my most trusted blogs for suggestions. The Kiehls Creamy Eye Treatment cropped up time and again so I thought it was worth a shot, but wasn’t expecting miracles. However, I’ve been blown away with it… It doesn’t irritate my sensitive eye area and as the name suggests it’s creamy, hydrating and nourishing, without being at all heavy or sticky. I don’t see me swapping eye creams any time soon!
A recent addition to the mask stash… Soap and Glory’s No Clogs Allowed. A bizarre yet truly effective self-heating mask that clears pores and leaves the skin feeling much ‘perkier.’ I love to use this on a Sunday evening, ready for the week ahead. If you suffer from blackheads, can handle a bit of heat and don’t mind a blue (yep, you heard right) face for 5 minutes, then I’d pick this up when you’re next in Boots.
Last up, La Roche-Posay Serozinc, a product I’ve resisted for years… The fact that it was near impossible to get in the UK until very recently, paired with the fact it contained just three ingredients (one of which is water), I couldn’t imagine how much difference it would actually make to my skincare regime and so I never bothered trying it. However, a few weeks ago I noticed it had landed in the UK at Escentual.com so I put in an order and got testing.
Now I’ve only been trying it for a few weeks so can’t give too thorough a review but what I will say is that those three ingredients seem to be doing the trick. A spritz of this before my normal skincare routine leaves my skin feeling refreshed and hydrated and if I notice a blemish or two ready to land, a quick spray of this before bed seems to nip it in the bud. What more could you ask?