The shortest month of the year is over and at the beginning of March we’re having hopes for a warmer weather, lovely sunshine and a blooming spring…which in Norway isn’t likely to happen but let’s not be so pessimistic because it’s time for February favourites!
I added the Roger & Gallet Fleur d’Osmanthus Revitalising Sorbet to my 2014 favourites, I reviewed it back in September here and I thought I’d stop talking about it but I just can’t. I love this body lotion so much and I’m happy that now I can purchase it online. I’m curious about the other scents as well and it’s just a divine smelling product that absorbs quickly and leaves your skin hydrated.
Another body product that I’ve been loving is the Naturelle Shower & Oil Almond Care with 100% pure almond oil. For me, this is a dupe for my beloved L’Occitane Almond Shower Oil. It’s by a Norwegian brand and it can be found even in supermarkets although it’s a little bit more expensive than a drugstore body wash. It feels amazing on the skin, it has a consistency of a runny honey, smells luxurious and the reason why I think it’s a dupe for the L’Occitane shower oil is that it leaves your skin nourished and you don’t even need a body lotion after that.
It’s been about 3 weeks since I started using the Benefit Roller Lash mascara that I reviewed earlier this week here and it had to be included in this post. The formula is really nice to work with even when the mascara is new, it lengthens the eyelashes and gives them a pretty curl that stays in place all day. You don’t even need eyelash curlers but if you decide to use a curler and apply the mascara after this, you’ll probably have the prettiest eyelashes in the world.
I’ve talked a lot about the Eucerin DermoPURIFYER range and especially their day and night moisturisers but here I’m showing you the Active Concentrate from the line. It’s a really lightweight serum with lactic acid that helps balancing my combination skin and improves my skin condition in general.
I’m preparing a review on the GlamGlow Supermud Clearing Treatment because I’ve been using this face mask for a couple of months and I’m really enjoying it. I think it’s more suitable for people with oily or combination skin although it doesn’t dry out mine too much. My skin feels and looks better after I wash the product off, it’s soft and the pores look smaller.
Have you tried any of these products?