Welcome to my first ever Empties post! I have to say I didn't really get the point of Empties posts until recently but despite the fact I'm basically showing you my rubbish I think it's a good way to talk about more everyday products you don't get to hear about so much, as well as boiling things down to whether I'd repurchase them or not.
As you can see there are a fair few things as this is over a month of stuff! So the rest is behind the cut..
Moroccanoil Treatment, £31.85
I did like this product but I felt the price was too high for the relatively small difference it made. This has a lot of hype but it just didn't deliver for me. Repurchase?: No
I really like this spray because whilst it protects your hair it's also non-sticky and doesn't lead to product build-up. Plus it's a bargain! Repurchase?: Yes
Batiste Dry Shampoo, £2.99
This is pretty much a 'forever repurchase' for me! Although I do get through these fast, I tried Colab and they were even worse for that (full review here). Repurchase?: Yes
Colab Dry Shampoo, £1.99-3.49
As I said above, I did a full review of these here. The bottom line for me is: they smell nice but do nothing to reduce greasiness. Repurchase?: Unlikely
Lush Cupcake Face Mask, £6.50
I really love this face mask for my combination skin; it reduces shine as well as clearing up blemishes. Although it smells amazing I don't find that it irritates my skin. Repurchase?: Yes
Garnier Micellar Water, £3.33
I do like this product so if you can't stretch to the Bioderma, definitely give it a go. But as you can see from the two empty bottles, it just goes so fast! Repurchase?: Probably
Bioderma Sensibio H2O, £4.50-9.99
This is my #1 eye and lip makeup removing product; I just love how gentle it is and how quick and easy it works. Repurchase?: Yes
ForYou Skincare C1 Signature Cleanser*, £2 (sample size)
This is a really nice milky cleanser that leaves my skin soft and hydrated but not with any shine or excess product. Read the full review here. Repurchase?: Yes
ForYou Skincare T1 Signature Toner*, £2 (sample size)
The sample was so small I can't form a proper opinion on it. Repurchase?: No Idea!
I really didn't get on with this product. I felt there was a lot of excess and shininess; not good for a combination skin product! It also didn't do anything especially exciting for the price tag. Repurchase?: No
This really didn't do much for my pores but it had good cleansing power and left my skin really soft. It's not a must-have for me but it works well enough that I will probably stick to it. Read the full review here. Repurchase?: Probably
This is a really nice, hydrating foaming cleanser I would really recommend for the winter months. Read the full review here. Repurchase?: Yes
This didn't rock my world; it was nice enough but I think you can get better products for the same price or less. Repurchase?: Unlikely
e.l.f. Daily Brush Cleaner, £3.95
This is perfect for a quick spritz in-between proper brush washes (which I do around once a fortnight). Repurchase?: Yes
e.l.f. Brush Shampoo, £3.95
This is a really nice brush cleaner. I don't find it works any better than homemade methods like baby shampoo but it's really convenient for travel. Repurchase?: Probably
Dr. Bronner Magic Soap in Lavander Pure Castille, £8.49 (full size)
This is really nice to clean my eye brushes with and leaves them soft and smelling nice. Repurchase?: Yes
You can read about my brush-cleaning routine here
So those are my recent empties, as you can tell: you win some you lose some!