Continued on from Part 1 which went up last month.
Weleda Skin Food
I didn’t like this at first, but I think that’s because I was using it wrong. I believe from beauty blogs that people use this on their face, and…no, just no. That’s not going to happen. This is super gloopy, it’s going nowhere near my face.
I was trying to use it as a body lotion which was annoying since it’s so thick. As I don’t like spending twenty minutes post shower rubbing in lotion, I’ve since repurposed it as a hand cream and occasionally for my lips. Much better. Not sure I’d repurchase though since I’m still not entirely sure I’m getting what the purpose of this product is.
Jurlique Moisturising Cleanser
I love rose scents, however have decided I have to draw the line with things on my face. It’s just too much. I have a rose toner from Boots that’s alright, but this cleanser I find a bit overpowering. The texture is nice so I’ll still use it up, and it’s taught me a valuable lesson about rubbing rose scented things all over your face so all is not lost.
Josie Maran 100% Pure Argan Oil
I like this oil. It’s nice that it’s unscented, and I like the dropper tool since pumps with oil tend to get really sticky. I use this on top of serum sometimes as a moisturiser. I’d get this again. Well done Josie my girl.
Brauer All Natural Paw Paw
Nope. I’m not entirely sure why you need the petrochemicals in paw paw ointments (do I look like a cosmetic chemist to you?). I’m going to hazard a guess though and say that it has something to do with holding everything together so you don’t get paw paw juice squeezed on you every time you try and get some product out. Fail.