First up is the Too Faced Hangover Primer, a coconut water-infused base that helps to nourish, smooth and help your lacklustre complexion. I used this up recently and although I'm loving the Nars Radiance Primer that I replaced it with, I'm already tempted to repurchase it. Both of them work together well, but the Too Faced offering is great at delivering radiance without shimmer particles, making for a very natural base.
If you've been reading my blog for some time, then you'll know that I'm smitten with L'Oreal Cushion Foundation and have actually repurchased it more times than I care to admit. I tend to go through one every six weeks at the moment, which for some people wouldn't be ideal. Saying this, at under £15 I can't complain as the finish it delivers is beyond dreamy, especially for the warmer months.
The This Works Deep Sleep Spray has been a must have of mine for many years now and despite using it nightly, a whole bottle has lasted me well over a year. I use just a few spritz on my bed, pillow and in the air to fragrance it with a delicate lavender scent which helps soothe me to sleep. After using it up I instantly missed it and went to purchase another one, so I think that says everything you need to know about this offering.
I wrote about the Aesop Parsley Seed Cleansing Oil* in March last year and I've just finished the bottle over a year later, so despite the high price tag you definitely get plenty of bang for your buck. If you struggle with oils breaking you out then this one is great because not once did it irritate my skin, and in fact it helped to soothe, brighten and nourish on a daily basis. Although I want to venture into new cleansing oils and balms, I would consider repurchasing this one in the future.
What products have you finished recently?
If a product is marked with a * it is a PR sample. This post contains affiliates.