Hi there! It’s Sunday, and this means that today’s post is about all the posts I’ve written this past week. Let’s take a look! 🙂
Monday 17 Feb – Nail Of The Day
Tuesday 18 Feb – Primark PS… Retinol Fusing Facial Sheet Mask
Monday’s post was a Nail Of The Day post. Click here to read it.
On Tuesday I reviewed a sheet mask. Click here to read the post.
Wednesday 19 Feb – Calcot Manor The Lazy Evening Moisture Soufflé
On Wednesday I told you if this body moisturiser is any good. Click here to read the review.
Thursday 20 Feb – Smack Beauty Sleeping Beauty Firming Night Cream
Thursday’s post was about this night cream. Click here to read it.
I didn’t post on Friday, so this is it for this week. Enjoy the rest of the weekend, and thanks for stopping by! 🙂
PS: Just 8 more days with very limited internet access… and then I’ll catch up with all of you darlings! xo
Mrs Strawberry Blonde
Hi there! Today’s post is about this Smack Beauty Sleeping Beauty Firming Night Cream. This night cream is aimed at all skin types, and it promises to target the depth and volume of lines and wrinkles, to tackle dryness, to rejuvenate the skin, and to make skin feel uplifted, firmer and more supple.
This night cream contains retinol, shea butter, hyaluronic acid, vitamin E, tamarind fruit extract, pumpkin seed extract, and a few other botanical extracts.
I’ve used this night cream for 4 weeks now, and I think it’s good but not great. It provides light hydration which would most likely be perfect for normal to oily skin types, but it’s not sufficient for dry skin. I also don’t think that this night cream makes a difference to how my skin feels or looks.
At the moment I’m also using Boots’ marvellous No 7 serum which seems to boost all the products I’m using. So I’ve tried this night cream without the Boots serum. I’ve seen quite a difference, and based on this I have to credit Boots with any improvement in my skin!
What else? I like that this night cream has plenty of botanical extracts. There’s a bunny image on the back of the box – I’m not sure if they’re trying to say the product is cruelty-free. I hope it is!
Smack Beauty Sleeping Beauty Firming Night Cream is available as 60g. I paid £3 (clearance) but TK Maxx showed the original price was over £20. I’m not sure if this is correct, but I don’t think this night cream is worth anywhere near that. I do think it’s comparable with drugstore night creams in the £5 – £10 price range, and I think this night cream would be a good product for a younger woman (<30) with normal to oily skin.
Mrs Strawberry Blonde