This post would be called 'HAUL: Origins skincare' seeing as 2 out of 3 products are Origin products. Also this is more like a mini haul, so sorry for the deception but I do hope you still enjoy reading this. I will give a review of these products later on but I don't think you can give a rating on a product without trying it for at least a month. I think it's best to try a product out for about 6-8 weeks to get the best results. So keep an eye out for reviews later on...
In the meantime back to my mini haul:
I bought this spot remover in the hopes that it will clear up some of the blemishes on my chin. The sales assistant told me that it does feel tingly on the skin and that this is normal, I was a bit concerned about this product because I have oily/combination skin but can get very sensitive when using harsh products. I imagined this to be one of those products because when I had acne I received prescriptions from my doctor which really dried out my skin to clear my spots. I think this product works in the same way so I'm going to apply very thinly on the affected area and 2/3 times a week. I've heard raving reviews about this product so I do expected to see some good results.
2. Tea Flower Deep Clean Mattifying Moisturiser, Super Facialist by Una Brennan £12.99
I've had my eye on this moisturiser for a while and I felt that this was the perfect time to upgrade my basic moisturiser. I'm currently using Nivea Soft Moisturiser, yes this is the all purpose moisturiser that you can use on any part of your body, so I think even you will agree that I need to upgrade to a moisturiser that is specific to my skin's needs. This moisturiser has "salicylic acid to help skin prone breakouts" which is really helpful for my skin at the moment with all my blemishes going on. The tea flower ingredients such as nettle, watercress, horsetail and elderflower really drew me to the product because i'm a huge fan of herbal teas and all their powerful antioxidant goodness. I'm really looking forward to giving a review on this product, so watch this space...
3. Origins Zero Oil Moisturiser £23.00
This moisturiser I plan to use predominantly after my evening cleanse. It's a moisturiser that smells minty yet citrusy but also has hints of a tea smell. Upon application it blends very well and is super light that there is no residue left on the skin. It's has a pretty expensive price tag so I do expect it to work miracles.
(Photos taken by me.)