Drunk Elephant Umbra Tinte Physical Daily Defence SPF 30
Finding a sunscreen that does not break you out is quite a mission. Whether the one you are using is all-natural or oil-free, most sunscreens end up giving those tiny ‘under the skin’ bumps. However, this amazing formula by Drunk Elephant does not. The Umbra Tinte Physical Daily Defence SPF 30 is free from drying alcohols, essential oils, chemical screens, SLS and synthetic fragrance, and thus offers great protection from the sun without harming your skin in the process.
CeraVe Smoothing Cleanser
This frill-free gel cleanser by CeraVe is nothing short of a dream come true. With a gentle foaming action and three types of ceramides to remove dirt, the cleanser is gentle enough to lather all over your face and leave your skin squeaky clean, without making it dry and rough. At an affordable price of £12.00, the CeraVe Smoothing Cleanser is one of the best buys on this list.
Squalane + Probiotic Gel Moisturizer
Soy Face Cleanser
Ever wished for a cleanser that removes everything from your face – be it dirt, excess oil, or makeup? Well, your wish has been granted. Soy Face Cleanser is a low foam formula that dissolves every kind of impurities without stinging your eyes or leaving your skin feeling rough and chapped. The result: you get a skin that is clean, clear, and healthy-looking. A perfect product for those who do not fancy faffing around with multiple makeup removers.
Murad Vita-C Glycolic Brightening Serum
Ask around about Murad products and the most common comment you will get to hear is: “Never met a Murad product that doesn’t work for me.” Bottling a tricky ingredient like Vitamin C effectively, Murad’s Vita-C Glycolic Brightening Serum slays dead skin and improves the overall skin quality to leave you with a healthier and brighter complexion. Most users claim they saw a drastic improvement within a few days of using the product.
So, what are you waiting for? Go ahead and try out these amazing products right away!
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