Weekly Recap 18 – 24 March 2019

Hi there! It’s Sunday, so it’s time for my weekly blog recap. Read on if you’d like to know what I’ve been up to on my blog this past week.

Monday 18 Mar – Yves Rocher Monoï Eau Des Vahinés Eau De Toilette

On Monday I reviewed a gorgeous fragrance. Click here to read the post.

Tuesday 19 Mar – UNE Casual Matt Colour Rouge Demi-Mat Lipstick M08

Tuesday’s post was about my current favourite lipstick. Click here to read the post.

Wednesday 20 Mar – Dove Go Fresh Nectarine & White Ginger, Dove Go Fresh Pear & Aloe Vera

On Wednesday I reviewed 2 Dove shower gels. Click here to read the post.

Thursday 21 Mar – Nail Of The Day
Friday 22 Mar – Superdrug Refreshing Foaming Facial Wash

Thursday’s post was a Nail Of The Day post. Click here to read it.
And on Friday I reviewed a face wash. Click here to read the post.

This is it for this week. Thanks for stopping by! 🙂

Mrs Strawberry Blonde

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100% Vegan & Cruelty-Free – Superdrug Gentle Foaming Facial Wash For Dry Skin

Hi there! Today’s post is about Superdrug’s Gentle Foaming Facial Wash For Dry Skin. I paid £1.69 for the 150ml bottle.

It appears that this product has been discontinued recently. However, some stores may have stock left, so someone else might still benefit from a review.

Alrighty… this product promises to remove make-up and impurities and to leave skin feeling fresh and revitalised. It contains vitamin E as well as aloe vera, rose and camomile extracts.

On the back of the bottle it says… dispense 2 to 3 pumps of product into your hand and massage it all over your wet face. Then rinse with warm water… job done.

I’ve been using this product once or twice a week for a few weeks now, so here’s what I think.

First of all, there’s no need to be wasteful. 1 pump dispenses enough foam for my face and my neck. 👍

I love the formula. The foam feels soft and gentle – which is exactly what you want if you have moody skin.

Having said that, I’m satisfied that the foam cleanses my skin properly.

All in all, this is a nice face wash! It’s certified cruelty-free, and it’s suitable for vegans! If your local SD still has it, just pick it up! 🙂

Mrs Strawberry Blonde

Vegan & Cruelty-Free – Superdrug Tea Tree Skin Care Pink Grapefruit Facial Wash

Superdrug Grapefruit Face WashHi there! Last summer I tried Superdrug’s Tea Tree & Lemon Face Wash. I thought it was a really decent face wash, so it was obvious that I’d have to try its sister product – the grapefruit face wash – too.

Now, several months later I’m using Superdrug’s Tea Tree Skincare Grapefruit Facial Wash with tea tree and grapefruit oils and camomile extract. And I couldn’t be happier with this product.

Just like the lemon face wash, this grapefruit face wash is really effective. It makes my face feel really clean and refreshed. But it’s not drying, so I can use it twice daily without having to worry about dry skin. Awesome stuff!

The grapefruit fragrance isn’t as lovely as I had hoped. Sure, it smells nice, but it’s not the most intense or the purest grapefruit fragrance.

Saying this, I’ll definitely buy this face wash again! And I’d totally recommend this face wash to anyone who wants an effective, but gentle facial cleanser, or anyone who loves cosmetics or toiletries containing tea tree oil and / or grapefruit.

Superdrug’s Tea Tree Skincare Grapefruit Facial Wash (150 ml) is available for £3.29. But keep an eye on Superdrug’s half price or BOGOF offers! There was one BOGOF offer recently – maybe it’s still on? And don’t foget about the best bit: This products is vegan and cruelty-free, and it carries the Leaping Bunny logo!

Mrs Strawberry Blonde

Superdrug Tea Tree Skincare Lemon Facial Wash

Superdrug Lemon Face WashHi there! Whilst I’m an Olay nut, I occasionally use products by different brands. Sometimes I just want something new, something I haven’t had before.

My latest addition to my facial cleansing stash is Superdrug’s Tea Tree Skincare Lemon Facial Wash with tea tree oil, lemon oil and witch hazel.

I think it’s a fairly decent face wash. It’sgentle on the skin, but it’s actually quite powerful. Its lemon scent is not as great as I hoped, but it’s not unpleasant at all.

I’ve been using this face wash once or twice daily for almost three weeks now and I’m very happy with it. Whilst it’s nowhere near as good as my all time favourite Olay face wash, I would still recommend it, especially if you want clearer skin or if you love lemon and / or tea tree products.

Superdrug’s Tea Tree Skincare Lemon Facial Wash (150 ml) is available for £3.29. As always, keep an eye on Superdrug’s half price or BOGOF offers.

Mrs Strawberry Blonde