Hi everyone welcome to my product review on the Garnier SkinActive range. The products that I am going to be reviewing are the day and night creams, the pomegranate hydrating face mask and the Micellar Cleansing Gel wash. Most of these products are featured in my #skincaresunday video click here.
Let me start with the Antioxidant Water-Cream day moisturiser and the Super- Recharging Antioxidant gel night cream. I was skeptical about this at first as I am use to using creams that are thicker in texture. I really did not think that it was going to work. These 50ml tubs of delight, feel like water on your skin. Its non greasy formula seeps into the skin and leaves it feeling soft and subtle. The night cream is slightly thicker and again I did not think that it would las the night but it did. I woke up with a moisturised and soft feeling skin. You don’t need a lot of product and your skin easily absorbs it. They both have a pleasant smell. Each pot cost £7.99 at Superdrug.
Next is this Hydratying moisture Bomb mask. This Super-hydrating Revitalising mask intensely rehydrates skin, reduces the look of fine lines and revives radiance. It has pomegranate extract, hyaluronic acid and plant serum. 1 mask = 1 week of hydrating serum. This 15 min mask left my skin feeling absoultely wonderful. My skin was left moisturised and with a lovely glow. At only £2.99 at Superdrug’s, it is a bargain. If you have dry skin, this mask is a must try. It comes in two pieces, you peel off the blue gauze and place the tissue mask over your face. This is great for a weekly pamper.
Last is the Micellar Cleansing Gel Wash. This product removes make-up, cleanses and mattifies. It has a thick gel like texture and has a pleasant cleansing smell. You only need half a pump and apply to a wet face. I like to use my konjac sponge with this product for a deeper cleanse when I have removed makeup. When I don’t have make up it works well without it. This Gel is £3.99 at Suerdrug’s and comes in a 200ml bottle.
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