L’Oreal Hydrafresh Toner ($6.99) Let the beta-hydroxy of this gentle Hydra Fresh Toner sweep away dull, tired skin. It softens and refreshes your skin for a smoother and brighter complexion. Formula is dermatologist tested and 99% alcohol-free.
I really like the L’Oreal Hydrafresh Toner. It leaves my face feeling refreshed and moisturized. I also like that it doesn’t leave back any residue and is very gentle. It also doesn’t dry out your skin or leave it feeling tight. The toner does an awesome job of removing dirt and makeup and smells good. I would have to say this is one of my favorite toners I have ever used. Also, it cost a fraction of the price of high end brand toners and works better too! I highly recommend this to everybody who is looking for a gentle toner.
Clean and Clear Morning Burst Facial Scrub ($6.49) From the invigorating MORNING BURST® collection comes MORNING BURST® Facial Scrub. This formula is infused with Vitamin C and Ginseng, and BURSTING BEADS® which burst with energy and vitamins, and helps nourish skin. It gently cleanses and exfoliates tired-looking skin, leaving you feeling radiant and refreshed.
The Clean and Clear Morning Burst Facial Scrub isn’t the best and it isn’t the worst. It does leave your skin feeling clean and refresh, but I don’t think it did very much for clearing up acne. I didn’t find the beads too harsh or irritating which is good for people with sensitive skin. It did a great job of exfoliating and removing dry skin, and the scrub also doesn’t leave your skin feeling dry and tight. The scent I can do without. I’m not a fan of citrus-y, minty smells. Though I have to admit, the scent does help give you that refreshed feeling.
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Garnier Nutritioniste Skin Renew Anti-Sun-Damage Daily Moisture Lotion SPF 28 ($10.15)
The Garnier Nutritioniste Skin Renew Anti-Sun-Damage Daily Moisture Lotion SPF 28 is an anti-aging moisturizer. It’s suppose to protect your skin and help repair damages. What made me want to try this moisturizer was the promise of reducing the appearance of sunspots. It took me about 3 months of daily use to use up the whole bottle. Did I notice a difference with my skin’s appearance? Barely. The improvement was very minimal. As a daily moisturizer, I thought it was good. It wasn’t too thick or too thin. I also like that it has SPF and didn’t break me out. There is a scent, but it’s not overpowering. It smells a bit citrus-y. I also like that the bottle comes with a pump dispenser. It’s so much more sanitary and less messy than having to use your fingers to dig out the product from a jar. Would I repurchase? Probably not. I can find a better daily moisturizer that costs less.
Lamisilk Intensive Foot Therapy Repair Complex ($13.99 for pack of 2)
I’m not sure if this is still sold or not. If not, I’m positive Lamisilk makes a different version of the Lamisilk Intensive Foot Therapy Repair Complex. This is by far the best and most favorite foot moisturizing product I have ever tried. I wear flip flops almost all year round, and I need my feet to be looking their best. Lamisilk Intensive Foot Therapy Repair Complex is a serum that works quickly and doesn’t leave your skin feeling or looking greasy. It is also very light weight and has no unpleasant fragrance. After one use, you can see and feel a difference. My feet felt so soft and smooth! I’ve tried a lot of different foot creams and nothing has come close to working as well as Lamisilk’s. If you can find it, I say stock up.