At this rate, it's going to take me 4933 years to get through my beauty stash. Slowly but surely I'll do it, and at least it's fun, right?
Here's what I finished up in Feb.
Clinique Even Better Skin Tone Corrector
Around my cheeks I have sunspots, especially on my right side where my sunnies stop, from driving around a lot for my old job. This is despite wearing suncream every day. I used this for about 8 weeks, as long as it takes to start working, and about as long as the tube lasts. The packaging is a bit frustrating, it felt like there was a lot left to scrape out when the pump stopped working.
I definitely saw a difference towards the end, so would probably buy it again. I have a John Plunkett fade cream to use first though.
Neutrogena Ultra Sheer Dry Touch Sunscreen Lotion
This is EXTREMELY thick. Even though it feels like it sinks in OK, it is a bit of a pain to put on. I used it more on weekends because it felt too thick for wearing under makeup at work. Wouldn't buy again.
Garnier BB Cream
Love this! Perfect coverage for the weekend, I also wore it to work sometimes when I was having a 'good' skin day. It has quite a weird scent but I kinda liked it. Not sure about any of the other claims, but I would buy it again.
Select moisturising Nail Polish remover
Just a nail polish remover, no different to any other really.
Biore Clean Things Up cleanser
This seemed to last forever which was annoying because I noticed no difference to my skin at all. I wouldn't buy again as I'm trying to switch to gentler skin care.
Pantene Daily Moisture renewal shampoo
I know hairdressers are supposed to hate this, blah blah, but I love Pantene and use it every few bottles. I like to switch it up each time I empty a S&C because I do believe your hair gets used to products.