The texture of the cleanser was rather thick, almost like a face cream. I found that it did take off gunk from my face, rather well, but it left my skin feeling a bit weighed down. Almost like a cakey sort of feeling. I felt like it wasn't really doing much as I was rubbing it on with a cotton pad, but it did take off a lot. I liked the simplicity of the product and the fact you didn't need to rinse your face was rather convenient. I also liked the bottle and how easy it was to open and to store. A little of this cleanser goes a really long way which would save money in the long run.
I also like that it is formulated for sensitive skin and is hypoallergenic... So you know that it isn't going to irritate your skin.
The Clean & Clear essentials oil-control toner is light; I felt my skin was cleaner, more hydrated and beautifully refreshed after using it. Bottle is a convenient 100ml size perfect to take when travelling of just to put on the bathroom shelf. Being oil-free it doesn't clog pores, the product is affordable, easily available at a number of supermarkets/pharmacies; I am still using it today and would happily recommend others give this a try.
This is a lotion, similar to First Aid Beauty's 5 in 1 eye cream. Hydration is only so-so, it is non-irritating, it doesn't help with puffiness, there is a slight lightening effect, no effect on fine lines, and after a while under eyes feel a little tight and the lines are emphasized. I layer this with my face moisturizer and it's still not hydrating enough for the thin, crepey skin under my eyes. It's slightly less effective than the FAB eye cream (40 CAD) and just as ineffective as Caudalie's Resveratrol eye lift balm (72 CAD). For the price (I got a full sized tube as part of a gift set that I purchased for 15 CAD) it's better than nothing at all. I'll keep it and use it up because at least it doesn't trigger my eczema unlike most eye treatments at any price level but I can't recommend it.
The foundation is slightly thicker as in „not runny“, but easy to distribute and has no strong smell.
As dor the application, I would describe the foundation as light to medium coverage. One layer will even out the skin, two layers offer a decent coverage for problem areas, but concealer is still needed.
One of the best lipbalms I've ever had. Very lightweight, comfortable and moisturising on my skin. I tend to have very dry lips, and you wouldn't know it now that I'm using this product. Easily competes with balms several times the price. There isn't a huge amount of product per stick, but it's affordable enough to not make that a huge deal.
Packaging: The pack includes a tiny tub of the gel liner and a specially designed brush. The carton itself is attractive but no use once you open it. The Brush: The brush is sleek black and not very long. The bristles are soft and debnsely packed. They are tapered and lie flat. This gives better control and precise lining. You could go as thin and as thick as you want. The brush comes with a plastic lid so it is easy to store anywhere. The product: The long wearing creamy gel texture provides the desired intense lines with a smooth, even application. (Pack info)The gel is really creamy. Glides on real smooth.The texture is creamier than a gel. The colour is intense at first. But dries a little lighter. I have used much more intense blacks.The finish is matte. That’s perhaps the reason the colour is not too intense. The gel does not irritate the eyes at all. Though it is strictly not for the waterline.The colour would work well for the fair skinned girls too as it is not a very intense black.
En primer lugar lo que más me agrada es que veo un gran efecto de alargue, en segundo lugar de importancia que aumenta el volumen y también que contiene aceite de ricino que ayuda a cuidar mis pestañas.