Product Empties

October’s Product Empties

Hello, and welcome to yet another month of empties, where I share with you my experience using different products, including travel size ones. The idea is to use up all the products I’ve accumulated and only keep the ones that are essential and work best.

Without further a due, let me share with you this month’s product empties:

1- Laroche-Posay Purifying Foaming Cleanser

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I was advised of this product after a consultation with my dermatologist, who gave me a sample of this product, which helps with dry and eczema-prone skin. I found that it was very gentle, moisturizing, and didn’t dehydrate my skin at all. It felt very comfortable, unlike many other body washes that instantly dried out my skin.

 

 

2- Nivea Soin de Jour Sensitive Creme

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This cream claims to relieve redness and dry skin. Sometimes, I suffer from red skin, depending on the season, especially during winter, so it was a perfect opportunity to use it. Plus, it contains SPF 15, which is why I also used it during the summer. Personally, I haven’t noticed much improvement with the redness, and whenever I used the product continuously, I kept breaking out. Although this product did not work for me, your skin might react differently to it.

 

3- Hair Chemist Coconut Water- Hydrating Hair Serum

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I bought this product a while ago, as it seemed quite interesting, and the price was very reasonable. I used it for a while, then stopped, before getting back to using it. In my experience, I did not notice a great difference in my hair; however, it made my hair a bit shinier when I first sprayed it, and it smelled great. I also had to spray the product multiple times throughout the day since my hair kept getting dry, and the coconut smell disappeared after a while.

 

 

 

4- Sephora Highlight Lowlight Face Contour Duo

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I am not sure why this product received a low rating on the Sephora website, since it worked beautifully for me. I bought it while it was on sale ($11.00, I believe), and I was very surprised by the way it worked. Both the contour and highlight were extremely creamy, blended very easily, and lasted all day. The highlight end is a lighter shade, which I used under my eyes and on my lids, sometimes. It did a great job concealing dark circles and brightening them. I would definitely buy this product again.

5- Caudalie Premier Cru The Eye Cream

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I really enjoyed using this cream. It is very hydrating and contains brightening particles that help lighten up under the eyes. I also liked to drag a bit on top of my cheekbones for a natural highlight.

 

 

 

If you’ve tried any of these products, don’t hesitate to share your experience with them in the comments section below. If you have any recommendations, including skincare or haircare, I would love to learn about those as well!

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