Boots Foaming Face Wash Tea Tree + Witch Hazel Cleanser Review (that is a long name!)
First thing, I have really really sensitive skin. There are SO many brands that I can't use because they break me out, and when I get break outs, they don't go away. I mean the bumps do (eventually) but they leave marks behind. So I rarely try new products anymore, unless i've heard a lot of reviews that said product is good for sensitive skin. Before this cleanser I was (still kinda am for my eyes) using Lush Ultrabland. But that's kinda expensive and I was on the look out for a cheaper alternative. I know tea tree and witch hazel are meant to be kind to skin, so I thought i'd give it a shot, and it's under £4 so it's not breaking the bank if it doesn't work! I gotta say though, I looovee this cleanser! Not only does it not break me out which is always a bonus, it leaves my face feeling really clean. It has a slight minty smell but nothing at all overpowering and it leaves my face feeling fresh!Oh, and I know apparently you're not meant to use foaming cleansers for dry skin (which I have) as they can be quite drying, I haven't found this one to be drying at all and I have pretty dry skin! It tones as well, but I still like to use a toner a) just incase and b) i'm using it up lol. I use the 'Breath of Fresh Air' toner from Lush. I love this too, just FYI :)
Nivea Express Hydration Body Lotion (And Pink Grapefruit Body Butter)
And while I was in boots, I fancied trying a couple of face masks! The one on the left is from the same range as the cleanser. A Tea Tree and Witch Hazel peel off face mask (I keep wanting to write 'witch tree' and have no idea why haha!) This was around £1 so pretty darn cheap huh! I've used this, I really like it. It's funny pulling it off though haha, looks like you're pulling off your skin! This made my skin feel really clean and i'll definitely be buying more. For £1 something, you can't go wrong! The 'mudd' mask I haven't tried yet, but looking forward to it! Although I have been in the mud baths in Spain and as I almost fainted from the smell of that, i'm hoping this doesn't smell as bad haha. This was also around £1 and they actually do a bigger pouch, but this was just for 1 mask as I wanted to try it out first. I'll let you know how it goes when I do!
Have you been buying any skincare recently? What would you recommend for dry/sensitive skin?