There’s nothing like scaring everyone on snapchat with a mud mask on or catching up on tv shows and books. This, my friends, is the gloriousness of a pamper evening.
Let’s get down to business, shall we
GlamGlow super-mud clearing treatment €49,95
Kiehl’s creamy eye treatment with avocado €43
Clarins huile lotus facial oil €39,50
The Body Shop camomile silky cleansing oil €13
Emma Hardie moringa cleansing balm €50,16
(mine was limited edition for 10 pounds at SpaceNK)
I tend to hoard luxury beauty gifts or the occasional duty free purchase. I only use them on special occasions or when I want to pamper myself, which is bad, because you might touch on some expiration dates here and there, but what’s life without taking some risks, right?
That’s why I’m all about finding cheaper alternatives that have a luxurious feel to them. I fell in love with The Body Shop cleansing oil. It smells and feels amazing while getting the job done.
The Emma Hardie cleansing balm melts between your fingers. This is the ultimate splurge to pamper a few of your senses, such as smell and touch. Oh, and your skin will love you for it.
I very rarely get the feeling that purifying face masks are actually doing anything, but I guess the glamglow clearing treatment has some kind of magic mud in there, it’s worth the big bucks, lemme tell ya.
The facial oil is my knight in shining armor for bad skin days. I put this on at night when I feel like I need it and i wake up with my skin feeling ten times better. I swear I’m not making this up, this shit is the bomb dot com.
I’m 20, so i don’t really have to put on eye cream I guess, but concealer glides on so much smoother with an even base. I love the Kiehl’s one because the texture is very cooling and turns from a cream to a gel, i guess you have to try it to comprehend the sensation i’m poorly describing.