Boots Nail Polish Remover: I've gone through bottle after bottle of this remover. It's dirt cheap and I usually pick it up with my points so really it's free. I'm really not fussy when it comes to remover and would never pay over 3 quid for a bottle.
Lavera Organic Coconut Dreams Shower & Bath Gel: I done a post on this back in July (link) I love that it doesn't contain SLS, parabens etc and it smells good too. It lathers well for being SLS free and doesn't strip the skin at all. Definitely want to pick up some other scents.
Ojon Ultra Hydrating Conditioner: The price of Ojon products just baffles me. Yes the products are good but in my opinion they aren't worth the price tag. Ultra Hydrating Conditioner leaves the hair feeling soft and conditioned but after a few uses my hair was flat and felt loaded with build up. This bottle has been knockin' around for ages so I'm glad to finally get rid of it.
Elemis Maximum Moisture Day Cream: I love Elemis but this is just an average product. There's nothing bad about it, It'd be a great product for anyone just starting off with a skincare routine but I didnt notice any improvements to my skin.
Elemis Maximum Replenishing Night Cream: Same as above really. It did a good job of keeping my skin moisturised but I want and need alot more from a night cream.
Liz Earle Superbalm: This stuff lasts forever! It's a great multi-purpose product that can be used on elbows, feet, knees, cuticles, lips or any other dry places. This came with a QVC TSV years ago and has served me well. You definitely get your moneys worth from it.
L'Oreal Colour Riche Nail in Opera Ballerina: I adore Opera Ballerina and never shut up about it but as far as I'm concerned it's perfect. I just wish the bottles were bigger! (swatches)
Perricone High Potency Evening Repair: This is the only product from Perricone that actually makes a difference to how my skin looks and feels. If you have sensitive skin do a patch test first as it contains the highest levels of Retinol available in over the counter cosmetics. I did react to it but not too badly and I just loved the results too much to let it bother me. My skin felt smooth as if I'd just had a facial and when I hit my 30s I'll definitely get a full sized bottle. If you're bothered with lines, wrinkles, loss of elasticity, dull skin, enlarged pores or surface imperfections I really recommend High Potency Evening Repair.
Aveda Smooth Infusion Shampoo & Conditioner: I tried these out on my mum a while back then managed to get my hands on a few samples for myself but I'm still not impressed. You need to use so much product each time to get any lather and Aveda isn't the cheapest brand around.
Avene Extremely Gentle Cleanser & Skin Recovery Cream: I liked both these samples even though I removed the cleanser with water and a flannel instead of tissuing off as instructed. If you have reactive skin you might enjoy these. The Skin Recovery Cream doesn't do anything other than keep your skin moisturised so it's not something I would use all the time but it's a handy product to have.
Repurchase? I'm tempted to purchase both for when my skin flares up.
Montagne Jeunesse De Clog Nose Pore Strips: I stocked up a few months back and go through a pack every month but this was my last pack. There's not much to say apart from they work and they aren't as painful to remove as some other brands I've tried.
Barefoot Botanicals Rosa Fina Anti-Ageing Day Cream*: I'm a huge fan of Barefoot Botanicals skin care. All the products are packed full of lovely ingredients and don't contain any parabens or other nasties. I done a full review back in April if you want to read more (link). The cream is almost gel like and really hydrating without being heavy.
Repurchase? Not at the minute as I'm trying out a few other day creams.
Lierac Comfort Peel: This sample came months and months ago in a Feelunique Beauty Box. I only got round to using it this week but I don't have an opinion on it as it was such a small sample.
Iroisie Ultimate BB Cream: I didn't like this at all. The texture, shade and everything else about it just doesn't float my boat.
Have you tried any of these products?